I've wanted Titan's Grip tanking for World of Warcraft since the talent was introduced (back when it was a talent) during Wrath of the Lich King, to the point where I actually did tank with it, back when you could viably tank as a Arms or Fury Warrior as long as you dipped 10 to 20 points in Protection.
Battle for Azeroth has certainly not been all things to all people.
I really haven't liked my professions for several expansions -- I think the last time I really enjoyed crafting in World of Warcraft was during The Burning Crusade, if only because that was when I made my Lionheart Executioner.
That moment when everything comes together in World of Warcraft can be amazingly satisfying for us lore nerds.
Right, I know, #NoChanges and everything, but what about #OneChange?
We all saw the World of Warcraft Shadowlands cinematic at BlizzCon, and some of us even got to play the demo, so right about how we're all frantic and trying to figure out when Shadowlands drops for us.
We'd like to think Bolvar is doing fine as the Lich King, but a closer look at the Death Knight campaign reveals some peculiar similarities, and raises some disturbing questions.
Wrathion is one of the more enigmatic lore figures in Warcraft lore. Here's a look back at what we know, as his new model hits the patch 8.2.5 PTR.
Getting into things often involves doors.
Well, some of the story of Battle for Azeroth, anyway.