Raid testing for Antorus on the PTR gets an earlier start this week, and a brand new mode.
Mists of Pandaria launched five years ago today.
It's all over but the screaming: after getting the world first Mythic Fallen Avatar of Sargeras kill back on July 4th, Method has now completed their conquest of Tomb of Sargeras with the world's first kill of Mythic Kil'jaeden, bringing an end to the longest progression race World of Warcraft has seen since Al'Akir back in Cataclysm.
Patch 7.2.5 is coming today and it will be live as soon as maintenance is over.
Mythic+ dungeons have been a fun challenge in Legion, offering great rewards for small groups.
The latest round of WoW hotfixes are here with a change to the Necrotic Affix for Mythic+ dungeons. If you haven't run this one yet, melee attacks apply the Necrotic Rot debuff which deals damage and reduces healing — and stacks up to 99 times.
If you've been grinding your way through your Artifact Traits, you've probably aware that the Artifact Power needed to get later traits doesn't increase as sharply as it did at earlier levels.
The patch 7.2 PTR just went offline for a new build, and when it returns it will feature flying, class mount quests, changes to Mythic+ affixes and rewards, and the Cathedral of Endless Night dungeon.
Right now I have a lot of alts, but I don't play most of them.
If you've been waiting patiently and running Emerald Nightmare/Trial of Valor, now you can finally sink your teeth into the raid that continues Legion's main storyline, as The Nighthold is coming soon.
This week, a military service member comes home to a dead roster and wants to know whether he should revive it into a new Mythic+ guild.
Last week's Mythic+ affixes were Necrotic and Raging, which gave me (a Holy Priest) massive fits.
Update: The final wing of Emerald Nightmare LFR is now available, letting you take the fight to Xavius.
I've run Emerald Nightmare LFR.
A new change to Artifact Power rewards in Mythic+ dungeons is going to buff AP rewards for some players and nerf them for others.
We knew the Emerald Nightmare raid would be arriving a short three weeks after Legion's launch, but now Blizzard has given us a schedule for raid and dungeon releases.