Garrisons, Artifacts, Heart of Azeroth, Covenants — Does World of Warcraft focus too much on expansion-locked systems?
Remember when Legion was first announced, and we World of Warcraft players were first tantalized with the features that would end up dominating the expansion?
Right, I know, #NoChanges and everything, but what about #OneChange?
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Now that Legion is on its way out the door, it's about that time where I start thinking about the stuff we got to play around with in the expansion and how it did.
We're all excited for Legion and the mass of new content it brings, and some of that content comes in the form of Artifacts such as Strom'kar the Warbreaker.
I am simply terrible at making gold in WoW.
Early on in the Legion alpha, players accessed their class halls via a teleport ability found in their spellbook.
The most exciting news this week is that since we last spoke, we have a release date for Legion!
We know we'll be using our Artifact weapons for the duration of Legion -- these weapons of power are intrinsically tied to the gameplay and narrative of the expansion.
I was having a grand time yesterday doing my usual set of garrison errands and jumped into an impromptu conga line courtesy of the recently discovered and ridiculously entertaining Mesmerizing Fruit Hat, when I came to the sudden realization that my rollicking good time was being had with...a bunch of NPCs.