If you're not familiar with Recruit-A-Friend in World of Warcraft, it basically is what it sounds like -- a means by which you can recruit friends to play WoW and get neat stuff for yourself in the process.
Please don't try to pet the seagulls, it is a very bad idea.
With Battle for Azeroth launching, hype levels are going through the roof!
I've been quietly farming different pets, mounts, and toys over the past couple of weeks.
In the transition between Warlords of Draenor and Legion, Pet Charms managed to evade the usual fate of currency in World of Warcraft and wasn't wiped between expansions.
It's rare that I spend a lot of gold on anything, these days -- but that's par for the course at the end of an expansion.
Noblegarden is in full swing, although there's nothing new in the way of rewards.
The Battle for Azeroth alpha has significantly reworked how Hunter pets function.
Though the Battle For Azeroth beta hasn't yet begun, the client became accessible late last night and datamining is in full swing.
Winter Veil isn't over yet -- and neither is our giveaway!