Know Your Lore: What information has been lost to the thousands of unrecorded years in Azeroth’s history?
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.
Patch 8.1 is bringing us a Darkshore Warfront — and it’s important for more than just the fact that it’s new content
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.
Last week, we discussed the peculiar decisions that led the Void Elves straight into the arms of the Alliance.
Let’s face it -- realistically speaking, we’re a long way off from Classic WoW, whatever shape that happens to take in its development.
By What Azeroth Knows, I don't mean the planet itself.
They are a vanishing people.
The Suramar questline steadily unravels ancient Elven history, from the time before the coming of the Burning Legion to the destruction of the Well of Eternity, and presents you with a gradually unfolding picture of Elvenkind and their society.