The Emerald Dream is now live with Dragonflight patch 10.2 and will be our main setting for the new story quests, raid, public events, and more.
Dragonflight patch 10.2 brings players to one of World of Warcraft's most important areas, the Emerald Dream, where everything in patch 10.2 takes place.
The Emerald Dream is the newest zone in Dragonflight, arriving in patch 10.2 this week, and it's home to our newest allies and latest Dragonflight Renown faction, the Dream Wardens, who are the resident protectors of the Emerald Dream.
We're finally heading into the Emerald Dream in WoW patch 10.2: Guardians of the Dream, launching on November 7, right after BlizzCon.
Blizzard recently announced the next phase of Dragonflight's story with patch 10.2, the Guardians of the Dream, and we learned that the main stage for this upcoming patch is the Emerald Dream, a realm created by the Titans that represents what Azeroth would look like without any outside influence.
With Naxx cleared and the Scourge Invasion ending by December 31, that's it for WoW Classic and new content.
That moment when everything comes together in World of Warcraft can be amazingly satisfying for us lore nerds.
With the coming of Kul Tiras and Zandalar in Battle for Azeroth we're going to see two of the most discussed yet absent places in Azeroth for the first time in game.
There's an old phrase, popularized a few years back: there are the things we know, the things we know we don't know, and the things we don't know we don't know.
Legion's class champions are a diverse bunch, from a lightspawn to a ghost and even a Vrykul mead-brewer.