The whole Shadowlands idea -- the fact that we're traveling to the land of the dead, seeing new realms we've never seen and exploring whole new concepts that change and grow the Warcraft setting in ways we've never really thought about -- has me looking at that infamous Warcraft cosmology image and wondering about where we could possibly go that we haven't been to yet.
How to find the entrances of WoW Classic end game dungeons levels 45-60, including the mess that is Blackrock Mountain
The dungeons in the later levels of WoW Classic have lots and lots of quests to do and loot to score so you’ll find yourself repeating these quite frequently.
I haven't bothered with WoW Classic very much at all since it went live, since the thing I'm interested in about it -- getting to see the old world of Azeroth I remember from launch -- is wrapped up in stuff I very much don't want, like actually playing the game I remember from launch.
How to get to the Deadmines, Scarlet Monastery, and other WoW Classic dungeons in the level 13-45 range
One staple of WoW Classic is the multitude of dungeons you'll want to run as you level.
How to get flying in patch 8.2, for once you have tasted flight, you will forever walk Azeroth with your eyes turned skyward
Leonardo da Vinci was referencing Earth in the popular quotation, but the feeling in Azeroth is no less true.
Battle for Azeroth’s hidden aquatic wonderland offers plenty of mystery, but few answers (Updated with a new location!)
Battle for Azeroth still has plenty of hidden secrets to be found -- and some interesting locations in unexpected places.
The past week has seen some fairly controversial decisions about the future of flying in WoW announced by Blizzard.