Update: Today, August 26, is a Pet Battle Equinox for North America servers!
Your eyes do not deceive you, fellow pet collector!
The first major patch of Shadowlands brings with it World of Warcraft's third Megadungeon, following the Return to Karazhan in Legion and Operation: Mechagon in Battle for Azeroth.
Activision Blizzard's investor call for the fourth quarter of 2020 was chock-full of interesting info, such as the expected fact that Diablo 4 won't be released in 2021, and the disappointing news that the same is true of Overwatch 2.
We finally hit Renown 27, letting us purchase -- for Anima and Grateful Offerings -- some of the cutest pets that Shadowlands has to offer (I'm particular fond of Sinheart, myself).
How do you feel about non-character gameplay like pet battles and the Mission Table in World of Warcraft?
One of my favorite pieces of game design in World of Warcraft is pet battles.
Since *checks clock* the other day, Jellycat has taken the internet by storm.
I've said before that I think pet battles are the purest and best kind of mini-game content in World of Warcraft, and I have a variety of reasons for that belief.
Pet battling in the newly revamped Vale of Eternal Blossoms after patch 8.3 can be an easy way to gain yourself some rep and cool stuff depending on the daily as long as you know how to defeat your opponents.
The fight to save Azeroth from N'zoth is going to take everyone working together -- even our smallest companions.