If you're interested in WoW Classic you may be wondering what the game was about in those days.
When we think of World of Warcraft, one of the main elements of the game that has helped to definite it is that it is, in great part, the story of two factions.
As of right now, I see two contradictory paths that patch 8.3 could take.
It's been a defining characteristic of the game since it launched in 2004, and it's the driving conflict that provides the narrative engine for Battle for Azeroth, the game's latest expansion.
Okay, wherever Thrall has been spending his time since handing over the Doomhammer and skedaddling in Legion, I think it's fair to say he has not been skipping Arm Day.
I have a lot of opinions about the limitations of the current view of the Alliance, and a lot of them are drawn from Star Trek.
The Alliance and Horde are getting two pretty unique mounts in patch 8.1.5, with no PVP required.
Way back when Mists of Pandaria launched, we were all pretty much aware that Garrosh was going to be the expansion’s final villain.
In patch 8.5.1, Horde players will finally be able to unlock the Zandalari as an Allied Race -- here's how to make that happen.
It’s a day ending in y, so let’s fight more about the conflict of the Alliance versus the Horde!