Last week Blizzard released the three part Alleria and Turalyon audio drama, A Thousand Years of War.
Recently a bit of a contradiction has occurred to me.
Wowhead has pulled some new voice files out of the recent patch 7.3.2 PTR and ... Guys, if we go any further into this I gotta get this spoiler warning out of the way. Because it's big. Spoilers. Teasing the next expansion. You shouldn't read any further unless you want that.
In the beginning of everything, there was only the Light.
Right about now, we can be forgiven for focusing on the Burning Legion and the threat they pose to Azeroth and the universe.
The concept of destiny is a powerful thing in World of Warcraft.
This is a bit of a swerve for this column, but I get asked a lot of questions on Twitter and via email about patch 7.3 and things that we've seen and experienced since it dropped.
Maybe we’ve been going about this all wrong.
The pre-patch 7.3 festivities have started, leading us into the events that will take us to Argus when the patch goes live.
Patch 7.3 is chockablock with content, including several huge lore bombs that show players things they've wanted to see in-game forever.
The folks at Wowhead have once again datamined up some pretty huge spoilers for patch 7.3.
Continuing the theme of delving into ancient Titanic vaults, in patch 7.3 we have a brand new scenario with Magni Bronzebeard — and it seems to be the catalyst that actually prompts our expedition to Argus.
Guys, this is another of those posts where I warn you that if you read -- or, in this case, listen -- any further, you're going to get spoiled for patch 7.3.
The Eredar were a race of highly skilled masters of magic, renowned for their skills throughout the Great Dark Beyond. They built an entire advanced, shining civilization and lived peaceful lives…until the leader of the Burning Legion came.
What goes through the mind of a creature so cosmically powerful that entire worlds are viewed as dust motes, their inhabitants mere specks in the vast expanse of the universe? And what happens when that being decides it’s time to clean house?
Where Light and Void clash, chaos is born: the chaos of the Twisting Nether, birthplace of the Fel.