Hearthstone’s Book of Heroes explores Jaina’s past — and commits to Warcraft’s long-time faction conflict
Folks may remember that when Hearthstone was first released in 2014, it bore the subtitle "Heroes of Warcraft," which it lost two years later. While the precise reason the moniker was removed hasn't been stated, one interpretation is that when the playable heroes in Hearthstone are all recognizable from the Warcraft franchise, it's superfluous...
Of all the myriad characters in World of Warcraft, none is quite so justifiably fed up as Jaina Proudmoore.
To get ready for patch 7.3, Validated Doomsayers have appeared in Dalaran to warn us of our follies and the incoming destruction.
Quel'Thalas today is still recovering from the wounds inflicted by the Third War.
Mage roleplay has been ramping up over the past couple of expansions.
A small set of hotfixes for patch 7.1 were released yesterday, including an adjustment to Shade of Xavius in the Darkheart Thicket dungeon.
Blizzard just applied a hotfix that is giving everyone a free completed Kirin Tor emissary quest.
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.
When it comes to new weapons in Legion, the Warlock Artifact lore we've been given stands in a strange place -- but then, so do Warlocks.