We were all saddened when we didn't get Goblin and Worgen Heritage Armor in patch 8.2.5.
Blizzard releases notes for patch 8.2.5, featuring the return of Wrathion, Goblin and Worgen model updates, and at long last, BEES
So, while we still don't know when Patch 8.2.5 will drop, and we still don't know what the end of the War Campaign will actually entail, we do have a whole lot more of an idea of what's coming in patch 8.2.5 because Blizzard have posted the Content Update Notes for the patch.
This one makes me sad.
The WoW patch 8.2.5 PTR development notes are live with a list of new stuff that's coming with the update, including the long-anticipated Worgen and Goblin model update.
Some of us (okay, me) spend a lot of time decrying the effect of the Horde vs.
For Goblins, the world has never really been a place about loyalty or honor.
Last week, we discussed the basics of the Alliance faction -- which races are available to play, and the kind of plot points you can expect to see with each race.
It's not a secret that many Horde players have been complaining about the underwhelming nature of Horde racial abilities in PvP this expansion.
Goblins were first introduced as a playable race in Cataclysm alongside the worgen of the Alliance. And while the worgen, and Gilneas, have a rich history that goes all the way back to Strom and the founding of the first seven human kingdoms, goblins don't really have that kind of background. In fact, even though the goblins have been around as a race dating all the way back to the RTS games, they've never really been more than sidekicks at best, supporting characters and comic relief.