I just returned to Azeroth after a few months off and I'm trying to figure out which of my characters to focus on and get through into Zerethh Mortis, and I realized that Shadowlands is the first World of Warcraft expansion where I stopped playing for an extended period of time.
Shadowlands patch 9.2 has been out for a few weeks now, and the Jailer faces his final defeat, yet the campaign in Zereth Mortis continues for the next few weeks, even though the reason we went there is ostensibly taken care of.
Maybe you haven't really been playing Shadowlands and you're thinking about coming back, but you're intimidated by the whole process of getting Archivist's Codex reputation.
Even though everyone is getting excited about Shadowlands patch 9.1.5, we're still looking at a few more months of running around Korthia doing daily quests and killing rares -- which is great!
Shadowlands patch 9.1 added a good number of rares to Korthia and the Maw, but like the daily quests they're not all created equal.
There are multiple reasons why we need to earn Anima in Shadowlands, and it seems like the hunt for it is here to stay.
Shadowlands patch 9.1 brought a lot of changes to the Maw, including the highly-desired ability to mount without being a druid or obtaining any of the three mounts that previously helped you bypass the restriction.
Shadowlands patch 9.1 has launched, and with this new patch comes a new cap on Renown.
The arrival of Shadowlands patch 9.1 and the Sanctum of Domination raid brings a new World Boss to kill as well.
Relics are a thing of the past.