People have been suggesting Ogres as a playable race ever since Burning Crusade -- but how likely are they as an option?
Are you in the mood to do some raiding this weekend?
The nineteenth official season of Hearthstone ranked play has arrived, providing an opportunity to pick up another new card back for players to add to their collection: the October card back, Highmaul.
Three raids, thirty bosses.
I'm one of those people who reads quest text.
The long-awaited Patch 6.2.1 has just landed on the PTR and with it, a few surprises, including some new pets!
With patch 6.2 just a day away, we're headed to Tanaan Jungle to face the rest of the Iron Horde -- or are we? Let's take a look at the story so far, and what you need to know in terms of what you'll be seeing in patch 6.2 lore, Tanaan, and Hellfire Citadel.
A new short story has been released on the official website. The Code of Rule, by Ryan Quinn, gives us one of those chunks of lore we were missing from the development of Warlords of Draenor's story -- how exactly the ogres of Highmaul allied with the Iron Horde in the first place.
Horridon still gives me nightmares. But before we get to that, we have questions about recruiting and about a trio of raiders who refuse to raid unless they can all participate -- and with their preferred specs. We also have an in-depth question about the proper progression path in Warlords and how it has affected raid morale.
Welcome to the new Officers' Quarters!