Adam Williams, the creator of Deadly Boss Mods, recently announced that he'll retire from Mythic raiding in order to tend to his real-life obligations and issues, which would have an impact on the hugely popular addon.
Good evening everyone.
Blizzard Watch is poised for growth and change. It's time for Blizzard Watch 2.0. This is what it means.
We've taken our Patreon benefits and redone them entirely. You'll get more and we'll give more.
It's a Saturday night here in Minneapolis, and I've spent quite a bit of time lately updating Blizzard Watch and working on a few new bells and whistles.
One year ago -- give or take a week -- Blizzard Watch's creators took a leap and created their own website thanks to the tremendous support of readers, and the crowdfunding website Patreon.
We’re pleased to announce The Tavern: a place here on Blizzard Watch where we can cover general nerd news, pop culture, and anything else we feel passionate about.
We haven't provided a status update on Blizzard Watch's Patreon, but it's about time we did.
Many of us use and love Warcraft Logs. Whenever World of Logs quit updating during Siege of Orgrimmar, Warcraft Logs appeared and took the raiding community by storm. However, many of us will remember that early in the tier, the site experienced a very large amount of volume due to a sudden increase in traffic. This led to apparent slowness, which has caused the creator, Kihra of Windrunner (US), to greatly increase sever capacity in the last six months.
We've officially blown past our $12,000 Patreon milestone.