The Naga are flooding into Hearthstone Battlegrounds today, bringing a new keyword with them
Prepare yourself to face the coming tides, for the Naga are finally arriving in Hearthstone Battlegrounds today, May 10, bringing many spells with them.
Who should get a major starring role in the next expansion?
With every new expansion, our cast of supporting characters changes a bit.
The world first race is over as Mythic Azshara falls to Method and, shortly thereafter, to Limit
Mythic Queen Azshara has been defeated.
WoW’s raiding race to get the mythic world first kill of Queen Azshara is (maybe) nearing an end
The Mythic difficulty of Azshara's Eternal Palace has only been open a week, but it's been a very busy week.
With the Eternal Palace open, the Queen Azshara fight and new cinematic gives us a glimpse of our future
If you need a spoiler warning, consider this entire post to be nothing but spoilers.
The art of Azshara’s Eternal Palace tells the story of the Naga’s evolution
Polygon has posted this interview with Ely Cannon, art director and senior level designer on World of Warcraft, discussing the design of Nazjatar and the Eternal Palace raid going live today.
What are you going to do when patch 8.2 drops?
We now know that patch 8.2 is next week.
What do you think about the story coming in patch 8.2?
Even if you're avoiding spoilers, you still probably know the basic outlines of what's coming in patch 8.2 -- Queen Azshara's Naga are attacking the world and we're going to Nazjatar, there's a new kingdom of steampunk Gnomes called Mechagon and we're going there too, and, oh yeah, all that stuff that happened in 8.1.5 has repercussions in the War Campaign.
Patch 8.2 brings us to underwater Nazjatar to battle Azshara
Jeremy Feasel, Senior Game Designer for World of Warcraft, had the singular honor of announcing the next major content patch after 8.1 for Battle for Azeroth.
Know Your Lore: The long, unsettling game of Queen Azshara
For ten thousand years, Queen Azshara has bided her time beneath the ocean waves – and that’s a little concerning.