Hey, Blizzard Watch, it's hammer time!
In a rare moment of sync from your two Priest columnists, you get double the Netherlight Crucible fun this month.
Argus has been floating in the sky for some time now, but it wasn't until recently that we could actually go there.
Everyone rejoice for alt character playability, for today's hotfixes bring with them account-wide unlocks for Antorus Wastes and Invasion Points.
Ornyx came into a discussion on Blizzard's forums, in response to players' concerns, to clarify design choices and reasons why the Netherlight Crucible works the way it does.
Apparently Herbalists can get a pet from herbing in Argus.
This week saw the last piece of the Shadows of Argus story quests, which concluded with the unlocking of the Netherlight Crucible.
The Netherlight Crucible is a way to combat bad RNG with a little more RNG while making you stronger.
A new batch of hotfixes has been released right on time for the arrival of the Netherlight Crucible and the last part of the Argus campaign.
The Netherlight Crucible has prompted some last minute tuning and class balance changes, with one last tuning pass before it goes live tomorrow.
This week sees the debut of the Netherlight Crucible, and with it, several tuning changes to help keep classes balanced with the boost to Artifact's item level the Crucible will bring.
Patch 7.3's content on Argus will be time-gated, and the PTR is currently testing the roll-out of the content, though on a slightly faster schedule.
The Netherlight Crucible has been a host of misunderstandings, to say the least.
During the recent World of Warcraft: Legion Q&A session, Ion Hazzikostas spoke briefly with community manager Lore about a system we all remember fondly.
In patch 7.3, the introductory quests on Argus will be time-gated.
Another PTR build for patch 7.3 is here yet again.