When Battle for Azeroth was announced at Blizzcon, we learned that our next expansion would have not one, not two, but six new races to play as.
Deciding which healing trinkets to use is always an interesting minigame.
At long last, it's finally time to plunge deep into the depths of the Tomb of Sargeras and take down the Deceiver himself, Kil'jaeden.
Legion has brought back many of the class-specific content ideas that Blizzard implemented into classic WoW.
We know about the cards coming in the Knights of the Frozen Throne expansion for Hearthstone.
There are nine bosses lurking in the Tomb of Sargeras. We'll take a look at the first eight this month, and tackle the big spicy habanero himself, Kil'jaeden, next month when he is unlocked on Raid Finder.
If you've been dutifully plugging away and finishing all the special Broken Shore weekly quests up until now, you should have earned Breaching the Tomb for completing the Legionfall campaign.
Ever since Patch 7.2.5 hit the PTR, Holy Paladins have been expressing serious concerns about our upcoming Tier 20 set bonuses, which required us to target injured, low-health friendly targets before casting Light of Dawn.
The Necromancer is coming to Diablo 3 and that's great, but there are a host of other classes from the franchise's history and lore that we could have seen.
The Nighthold is a big place, but it's almost clear of those pesky demons, uppity elves, and grandstanding warlocks.
This isn't just about Paladins, but I was reading up on Hero Classes the other day and I discovered that Blizzard considered making Paladins one in WoW back before original flavor launch in 2004.
Nighthold is here, friends, and oh my goodness is it gorgeous.
Hey guys. Listening to Outro by M83, writing the Queue. How are you all doing?
Let’s get this party started.
Patch 7.1.5 is on the PTR now, let the datamining commence!
Odyn, my dude.