The Flight Master's Whistle -- an item which we've grown used to having in recent expansions, especially when we want to get around the map quickly for World Quests -- will not be making a return in Shadowlands.
World of Warcraft: Shadowlands introduces us, as players, to an entirely new method of zone layout that's more reminiscent of our time on Argus during Legion than anything we've encountered previously.
Off Topic: Newly-discovered dinosaur Hesperornithoides miessleri hints at the origins of winged flight
Guys, Troodontids are awesome.
People are earning Pathfinder, Part Two and getting their flying in Nazjatar and Mechagon and it has me wondering -- if Blizzard came out with an entire expansion and said up front that they weren't going to have flying at all, what would your reaction be to that?
Going for positivity today, cause my eyes hurt and I'm having a week.
Patch 7.3.5 is switching up the way we level our alts in more ways than one.
During today's WoW Q&A at BlizzCon, the World of Warcraft developers confirmed Battle For Azeroth would mimic how Legion allowed players to unlock flying.
Just over ten years ago, Burning Crusade ushered in a brand new way to experience World of Warcraft that for better or worse would change the game irrevocably: flying.
World of Warcraft patch 6.2.2 has been announced for September 1 after weeks of player anticipation.
The Shockadin is a Holy Paladin build that trades some of our healing power for the ability to do some legitimate DPS. Named after our signature healing spell, Shockadins use Holy Shock, Denounce and Word of Glory to sear their foes with righteous indignation. It is not a true DPS spec, and we should never regard it as one. But it is absolutely a viable alternative for Holy Paladins who just want to quest without having to hit things with a big stick.