The Lunar Festival has rolled around again, with a new selection of toys to pick up in exchange for coin gathering.
Today marks the official launch of World of Warcraft's patch 8.0 -- the pre-patch for Battle for Azeroth, an expansion which we'll be playing in a little under a month.
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.
Multiple reports have come in that the Mage Tower challenge is now live indefinitely, allowing players who haven't gotten the Artifact Appearance they want from the tower to run it without waiting for it to reopen.
As of June 19th, Mythic Argus the Unmaker has seen two significant nerfs that will make finishing the encounter before Battle for Azeroth easier.
Of all the possible activities players can work on completing before Battle for Azeroth's release, the Mage Tower challenges have been the most popular.
If you follow me on Twitter, you're probably aware that I'm working on finishing the Mage Tower challenge.
The Mage Tower was up once again last week, and I couldn't help but notice several people tweeting out their newly unlocked appearances -- in many cases, for more than one character or spec.
Players on the US realms have contributed enough Legionfall supplies to build the Command Center building and it is now active along with all its benefits.