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.
Anyone struggling with Nighthold will be happy with this batch of hotfixes, which dishes out some significant nerfs to several bosses.
The Nighthold is a big place, but it's almost clear of those pesky demons, uppity elves, and grandstanding warlocks.
One of my least favorite fights in Nighthold has to be Chronomatic Anomaly, and that's pretty much entirely thanks to the Passage of Time ability that slows everything down.
The Suramar questline steadily unravels ancient Elven history, from the time before the coming of the Burning Legion to the destruction of the Well of Eternity, and presents you with a gradually unfolding picture of Elvenkind and their society.
Every game as big as World of Warcraft is going to leave things unfinished or truncated from time to time.
They are the ancient Highborne dream deferred.
Whether you're excited about the upcoming Machines of War event or the arrival of Zarya and Alarak in Heroes of the Storm, you have some time to wait. Machines of War (with two new maps), Alarak, a free hero for everyone, and (we're guessing) a rework of Valla will go live on September 13 which leaves us with three weeks to wait for new content.
Though we knew we would be getting a rework of Valla in a future patch, today's patch notes include changes to eight heroes, none of which are Valla.