After viewing the Lost Honor cinematic at BlizzCon 2018, it was clear that Saurfang's tale was far from over -- Horde players can now follow that story forward.
This BlizzCon, our delightful Dan O'Halloran and malefic Mitch "Mitch" Mitchell sat down with Blizzard's Alex Afrasiabi (World of Warcraft's Senior Creative Director) and Patrick Dawson (Technical Director) and chatted about World of Warcraft.
WoW Battle for Azeroth Interview: The origins of Saurfang, Sylvanas wielding Xal’atath, and the possibility of three factions
During BlizzCon, Mitch and I sat down with WoW Senior Creative Director Alex Afrasiabi and Technical Director Patrick Dawson to talk about Battle for Azeroth.
Blizzard just released a new Battle for Azeroth cinematic during the opening ceremony that features the faceoff we've been waiting for.
One of the biggest problems I had with the whole let's burn Teldrassil to the ground for no good reason opening to Battle for Azeroth was not only was it a senseless act of horrible, wanton slaughter on noncombatants, it was one my Tauren was complicit in.
In the opening quests of Battle for Azeroth, the Horde takes a little trip to the Stormwind Stockades to rescue a high-value prisoner.
Varok Saurfang is an Orc of myth and legend, capable of cleaving entire raids out of Orgrimmar in classic WoW.
Although roughly the same age as his father when he became king, Anduin Wrynn’s reign so far is a far cry from anything his father accomplished in his first few years leading Stormwind.
It's been nine months since the Battle for Azeroth launch cinematic debuted at BlizzCon, giving us our first glimpse at the Troll who would come to be be known as "Zappy Boi." He's only on screen briefly, but that was all it took to strike a chord with the audience.
The Darkshore events of the last couple of weeks have been hard to process -- and Blizzard's twin novellas, A Good War and Elegy, don't exactly offer any comfort.