Before the Frozen Throne crashed into Icecrown, before the lords of the Burning Legion first conceived of a weapon that would scour life from Azeroth, there was only means, motive and opportunity... and a self-serving power hungry Warlock grasping for a tool.
It's no secret that I enjoy old content for the sweet transmog loot cradled within, like a Kinder Egg full of potential outfits I haven't acquired yet, so when I see changes to Legion raids like Antorus and the Nighthold -- changes aimed at making these raids easier to solo -- I'm very happy.
It might be a little difficult to convince a bunch of orc chieftains to drink the suspicious, green and thick substance in this demon horn you're holding — particularly in the form of a puzzle in the latest Hearthstone adventure.
We got some additional insight last week that the four Covenants we'll choose from in Shadowlands are intended to tap into the identity of our characters, helping them to become more unique than the race, class, and specialization that defines them in terms of gameplay.
It turns out that people and objects can leave the Shadowlands and make their way back to Azeroth, as seen in the recent Afterlives animated shorts.
In Shadowlands, souls are flooding into the Maw unchecked instead of being properly assigned to Covenants.
Fragments of the Dark Nexus is now live in Heroes of the Storm and we've got all the hottest skins and mounts right here -- including the first skin for Deathwing!
This edition of Know Your Lore is a Tinfoil Hat edition, which means it speculates on in-game lore and isn't to be taken as canon.
In the closing panels of yesterday's Heroes of the Storm comic, Blizzard teased a few upcoming Dark Nexus-themed skins. Today, two of them have been officially unveiled.
Death Knights are in an interesting space right now.