I was speaking with a friend who played Warcraft I, II, and III, but never played World of Warcraft, or even read up on any of the lore.
If you play a Death Knight, a Blood Elf or a Night Elf in World of Warcraft (and seemingly not a Void Elf or a Nightborne) then you're going to notice a few changes in patch 8.3, specifically to your eyes. As part of the incoming Shadowlands changes that will be made to character customization options for all characters, Blizzard is going to test out some changes to the way that certain eyes glow, and the certain ones in question appear to be DKs, Blood and Night Elves.
Back in the day -- "the day" being late 2004 to early 2007, when World of Warcraft didn't have any expansions yet -- the choice of what race to play was a lot simpler and also a ton more complicated.
An upcoming patch will be the debut of new Goblin and Worgen models, and alongside those models, Heritage Armor for Goblins and Worgen.
Well, some of the story of Battle for Azeroth, anyway.
One of the things that we don't really talk about enough when we talk about World of Warcraft and its lore is that there are vast swathes of history we know nothing about. Legion actually went and added a ton of lore with the Artifacts, and a result of all that lore being added is that we're much more aware of just how much we aren't aware of -- that sounds paradoxical, but it isn't.
If, like me, you play as a Night Elf or a Forsaken, you lost something in the lead up to Battle for Azeroth.
The Kaldorei, or Children of the Stars in their native language, are the Night Elves.
While we're waiting for servers to come back, why not enjoy this encore presentation of a pretty relevant Know Your Lore?
Hearthstone’s next expansion is called The Witchwood — but the name is a new one, given to what was once the Blackwald in Gilneas.