Fun story – I’ve always been a little wary of Khadgar, particularly after the way he just conveniently popped up at the beginning of Warlords.
The Alliance may have a lot to think about plot-wise this expansion, but the Horde has just as much going on – and none of it is particularly happy.
The last time anyone mentioned Turalyon and Alleria, it was their son Arator back in The Burning Crusade's Outland.
Now that Legion is out, it’s pretty clear that the Alliance have a lot to think about while combing the Broken Isles.
Wrathion has been mysteriously absent.
For those of you who have unlocked World Quests, today is the first time since launch the Kirin Tor Emissary has reared its disembodied head.
This one line from Genn Greymane as I ran the Broken Shore has stuck with me ever since I heard it.
The Warcraft universe and its lore is pretty vast and expansive.
A couple of years ago, I wrote about Jaina Proudmoore’s progress as a character after the loss of Theramore and the events in Mists of Pandaria.
The Burning Legion isn't content to wait until Legion's release at the end of the month: today we have a new quest chain and extra invasions to deal with.