In a recent interview, Ion Hazzikostas -- World of Warcraft's Game Director -- talked about how to solve the eventual leveling squish problem caused by adding levels with every expansion.
The average length of a World of Warcraft expansion is about two years.
Generally speaking, World of Warcraft saves its most class-altering changes for the patches that introduce the systems for the next expansion -- changes like the loss of Armor Penetration, or the introduction of Holy Power, or the removal of Stances from Warriors.
When discussing transmog farming in World of Warcraft, "best" is of course a relative term. That being said, literally every raid has at least a few interesting items that are worth exploring and collecting.
I would absolutely have the next World of Warcraft expansion be a trip to the Nexus from Heroes of the Storm.
Now that World of Warcraft lets you choose between all of its previous expansions up to Battle for Azeroth to level from 10 to 50 in, I'm curious about which one you folks are choosing the most often.
Once I heard that Magi: The Gathering was including a Forgotten Realms D&D pack, my first thought was I'd like a sandwich. I was hungry.
The story of World of Warcraft is one that continues.
It's very hard for me to play Battle for Azeroth right now.
One of the choices you're going to have leveling through World of Warcraft's next expansion, Shadowlands, is deciding which of the game's expansions to go 10 to 50 in.