Mists Of Pandaria
I think the Legion pre-expansion event was my favorite World of Warcraft pre-expansion event.
With the arrival of the pre-patch, the Reins of the Mighty Caravan Brutosaur went from a vendor item to an infrequent visitor on the Black Market Auction House (BMAH).
Hearthstone’s Book of Heroes explores Jaina’s past — and commits to Warcraft’s long-time faction conflict
Folks may remember that when Hearthstone was first released in 2014, it bore the subtitle "Heroes of Warcraft," which it lost two years later. While the precise reason the moniker was removed hasn't been stated, one interpretation is that when the playable heroes in Hearthstone are all recognizable from the Warcraft franchise, it's superfluous...
We got some additional insight last week that the four Covenants we'll choose from in Shadowlands are intended to tap into the identity of our characters, helping them to become more unique than the race, class, and specialization that defines them in terms of gameplay.
One of the reasons Mists of Pandaria is my favorite expansion in terms of lore and story is because it's Blizzard's Platoon.
Hearthstone is just about to release their second expansion of 2020 with Scholomance Academy, which brings the trappings of higher learning -- or at least the North American, pop-culture version of higher learning -- into the silly card-based take on the Warcraft universe.
This week has included the announcement of Scholomance Academy, a new expansion for Hearthstone that brings the accouterments of higher learning and alma mater spirit to Azeroth.
World of Warcraft has seen a very high number of changes to its classes and specializations over the years.
We've all had this experience -- you log in to review patch notes, skim-skim-skim and wait, what is this weird new thing?
Blizzard seems to frequently treat World of Warcraft expansions as self-contained stories, where almost all characters who show up are never seen again.