Raid weapons have some of the coolest appearances in the game.
Should we use a token system, like the ones coming in Shadowlands?
The latest Shadowlands build includes a pretty significant change to gear drops in raids: instead of weapon drops, there will be tokens you can turn in for weapons of your choice. These tokens are called Anima Spherules, and they can be turned in at your Covenant Sanctum for weapons and offhand items.
There are some games I can't play at all because they trigger intense motion sickness in me.
If you don't know about the implosion of Method, one of the premier world first raiding guilds across the long history of World of Warcraft, then let me just warn you, it's disturbing to see the litany of sexual misconduct and harassment -- and sometimes worse -- that came out in recent months about the guild and specific members.
Since the dawn of the raiding scene in World of Warcraft it has been the same, one potion in combat.
Recently, Mike Morhaime (y'all remember him, beloved former CEO and cofounder of Blizzard Entertainment) did a lengthy interview talking about quite a few things, one of those things being the tightrope between accessibility and social gaming in games like World of Warcraft, a game Mike knows a fair bit about.
With the arrival of Zul'Gurub in WoW Classic on April 15, I'm having a great time going through all my screenshots of that raid and remembering when it was current.
The final wing of Ny'alotha opens this week for LFR!
Who's ready for Wing 3 of Ny'alotha LFR?!