One of the World of Warcraft team's efforts during Dragonflight's patches has been bringing back old and previously unobtainable transmog appearances and crafting recipes.
Plenty of artists, filmmakers, and creators of all sorts have placed little references and call-backs to different characters, locations, and inside jokes within their works for the keen-eyed and observant to find since time immemorial.
Valdrakken has many taverns to visit -- places for you to relax with an ale after a hard day of raiding, to explore the night life, or just to hang out for a little role play fun.
Otto the Ottuk -- an otter so cool it has its own pair of sunglasses -- is one of the many new mounts added in Dragonflight, and it can be yours with just a little bit of fishing.
Easter Eggs (that is, things that are references or call backs to other media) are a hot-button topic for me.
A few days ago, people figured out how to summon Mr.
Noblegarden starts this Sunday, alongside the actual Easter holiday out in the real world.
In the new Paris Overwatch map, just outside one of the spawn rooms, there's a baby grand piano.
Hammond isn't just the newest hero to hit Overwatch, he's easily the most adorable.
Like with any new Overwatch map, Busan has a set of easter eggs that Blizzard tucked into it, including one that lets Reinhardt sing karaoke.