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.
They were born on Draenor.
Garrosh Hellscream is headed to the Nexus -- perhaps an appropriate epilogue for a story that swept through five expansions before its explosive finale.
Draenor was never really meant to be a “unique” world.
By What Azeroth Knows, I don't mean the planet itself.
Last week we discussed the evolution of Draenor – the unique circumstances that led to a world in a constant state of conflict. The Evergrowth, a vast, sentient network of behemoth plants called Sporemounds, threatened to overwhelm the world.
When last I wrote a KYL for you all, I talked about the state of affairs on Azeroth at the start of World of Warcraft.
People have a lot of feelings about Thrall.
We all know that World of Warcraft: Chronicle Volume 1 will be out next month, and a preview of said book gave us a lot of interesting new details about Azeroth.