Was it a mistake to remove tier sets in Battle for Azeroth in favor of Azerite Armor, and were you surprised when they didn't immediately return in Shadowlands?
This month -- the 19th, to be exact -- we're expecting a World of Warcraft expansion announcement.
The Mage Tower was one of the more popular features from the Legion expansion, but it was still a surprise when the World of Warcraft development team announced its return to coincide with Legion Timewalking.
The announcement of Shadowlands getting a Season 4 is a fascinating attempt to provide players with something new in that period after all the content has been released, but before we get the next expansion.
Sometimes our games -- the ones we play, that become part of our lives -- can actually get under our skin.
The long-awaited Legion Timewalking, which includes some unique Timewalking activities that you'll only find during Legion Timewalking, finally comes to World of Warcraft today.
I'm a transmog junkie, and I love farming for older looks I missed for various reasons from I didn't run that content when it was current to the blasted thing just refuses to drop and so, World of Warcraft patch 9.1.5 is a bit of a delight for me, with several nerfs to Legion raids and the debut of solo queues for Island Expeditions.
World of Warcraft Shadowlands patch 9.1.5 is now live, and with it will come Legion Timewalking and the return of the Mage Tower for two weeks starting on December 7th, but the Mage Tower gets an additional two weeks on top of that, and will close with maintenance in the first week of January.
I keep thinking about how, from the end of Legion and into Battle for Azeroth we added ten playable races to World of Warcraft and nobody batted an eye.
Patch 9.1.5 will be hitting the PTR this week, and one of the surprises is that the otherwise-expected Legion Timewalking is also going to include a Mythic+ mode.