Of all the Titan-Forged Keepers entrusted with the progression of Azeroth following the war with the Black Empire, Mimiron may be the most clever and inventive.
Players have learned of the Pantheon plenty over the course of World of Warcraft.
There are weapons, and then there are weapons.
When looking at likely prospects for new playable races next expansion, it’s impossible to ignore the Vrykul.
Last week Blizzard released the three part Alleria and Turalyon audio drama, A Thousand Years of War.
We’ve plumbed its depths and defeated its infiltrators — but do we really know all the secrets still hidden in the Tomb of Sargeras?
What goes through the mind of a creature so cosmically powerful that entire worlds are viewed as dust motes, their inhabitants mere specks in the vast expanse of the universe? And what happens when that being decides it’s time to clean house?
We’ve seen evidence of the Curse of Flesh everywhere. Humanity is a result of it. But it’s not irreversible – which makes one wonder…if the Tribunal of Ages is a lie, is it possible there’s no “curse” of flesh at all?
Azeroth is special in the Warcraft cosmos -- it's unique in more ways than one, and so are its inhabitants.
We’ve run into Queen Azshara exactly once since World of Warcraft originally launched.