Battle for Azeroth brought us many transmog and legacy loot changes, one of which was the ability to get full loot from all the LFR raids from previous expansions.
Players have learned of the Pantheon plenty over the course of World of Warcraft.
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For those of you who skipped Mists of Pandaria, it was in this expansion that we formally met Wrathion, a member of the Black Dragonflight.
Battle for Azeroth is going strong: We're into our second week of raiding, the world-first Mythic race is heating up, people have unlocked the first of the new Allied Races, and turtles are making it to the water in record numbers.
If you've been farming old transmog, like many of us do, but were frustrated by Dragon Soul still being on the original LFR loot system, then worry no more.
I deleted a lot of legendaries over the weekend.
I think Legion has officially managed to oust Mists of Pandaria and punt it out of the number one spot on my list of favorite expansions.
In a really big in-case-you-missed-it, everyone's got enough Wakening Essences in their Mythic chests for a free legendary as of Tuesday's patch.
Okay, so you want one of the Artifact appearances available from the Mage Tower single-player challenge — and though it was introduced in patch 7.2, it's possible you've put it off until the last minute.