It’s time for Winter Veil in World of Warcraft and your Dragonriding mount is ready to enjoy the festivities with their own special Winter Veil Armor.
Hark how the bells deck the halls for (supposedly) the best time of the year.
In late January, a simple one-line note appeared in the hotfixes: "Removed the holiday requirement for many holiday transmog rewards." This was exciting news for many transmog enthusiasts, but also vague -- what items had their holiday requirement removed?
Send your darling a demonic declaration this Valentine’s Day with help from Diablo and Blizzard Watch
Whether you adore Valentine's Day, or prefer the Gal- or Pal-entine's variations -- or maybe you couldn't care less about a specific day and want to share your affections with someone special any day of the year -- BlizzardWatch and social media team of the Diablo franchise can lend you a hand in sending a message to that significant someone.
One Tuesday morning late October 2015, I fired up my PS4 and logged in to Destiny with the intention of grabbing bounties, perusing the vendors for any interesting rolls on weapons and armor, and maybe hopping in to a strike or two or mess around in Patrol.
As we adventure throughout the diverse lands that comprise the World of Warcraft, we often come across many scenic vistas and an assortment of relaxing locations.
I know that's assuming you picked any up -- I actually didn't, myself, but I have been playing a lot of games this Holiday season.
The Feast of Winter Veil event is already live on World of Warcraft, and as is tradition, we're waiting to open our presents under the tree in Ironforge or Orgrimmar.
This week sees the return of a small celebration in World of Warcraft, Day of the Dead.
Should the Venthyr have all the fun? These are the major Azerothian holidays that the other Covenants should celebrate!
There is a great imbalance in the Shadowlands -- a single Covenant monopolizes this entire system, leaving nothing for the other three.