Dragonflight patch 10.0.7 hasn't hit the PTR yet, but we already know some of what's coming thanks to Blizzard's expansive 2023 roadmap for the game.
I think we all experience at least a touch of overload every December.
While our heroes in Shadowlands wait to learn more of the Jailer's plans, the citizens of Azeroth (and Theotar) continue to celebrate their annual festivities, with the Harvest Festival recently completed and Brewfest in full swing.
As our annual effort to fail to get the Love Rocket comes to a close, it's time to reflect back on the past two weeks and wonder: why doesn't the Maw celebrate Love is in the Air?
Some of us don't really celebrate Christmas all that much, whether because it's not a holiday for us or because we have personal reasons for not celebrating.
The other day, I was out and about collecting Coins of Ancestry from Elders for the new dragon pieces.
The Lunar Festival has rolled around again, with a new selection of toys to pick up in exchange for coin gathering.
Pilgrim's Bounty, a Thanksgiving analog, is live in World of Warcraft, and it got me thinking about holidays in Blizzard's game.
Back in 2009, Blizzard Entertainment installed a 12-foot orc wolfrider statue in its campus courtyard.
For most of us, the holidays means spending time with family, eating way too much food, and, often, being far away from our computers and in-game friends.