In patch 7.3.5, Broken Shore-style level scaling will be implemented for all previous content, with the old-world Azeroth all scaling to a max of level 60, Outland and Northrend scaling to a max of 80, and Cataclysm content scaling with Pandaria up to level 90.
We haven't seen a Timewalking event since Legion launched, but now Timewalking is back.
Some of us define ourselves by our successes.
The huntress is nothing without the hunt.
Well I may not have been around for the shenanigans, but it looks like the leveling bonanza crew decided to say sayonara to the misbegotten horrors of Hellfire Peninsula and instead venture into the cool blues and soothing waters of Zangarmarsh last week.
The splatter of color you see at the top of this post has probably been the highlight of our Hellfire Peninsula excursions.
Force Commander Danath Trollbane has seen some things in his lifetime, things he just isn't ready to tell us about -- yet.
Imgur user Gamerlen put together a pretty remarkable gallery a few days ago featuring some striking comparisons between Draenor and Outland. The gallery highlights some of the very, very visible areas of Draenor, like Auchindoun and the Temple of Karabor, as well as the fate they saw when Draenor shattered into Outland. But even more interesting are the areas we didn't really think about when we saw them on Draenor.
If you've been playing WoW for a while, you've probably been to Outland. Shattered world, formerly known as Draenor, you've heard of it. Every since we started exploring Draenor in Warlords I've been wondering about Outland.