Argus has been floating in the sky for some time now, but it wasn't until recently that we could actually go there.
Casters are getting some fantastic spell animation changes on the patch 7.3 PTR.
It's been a while since we've had a chance to step back and take a look at Shadow Priests in Legion.
Hidden Artifact appearances have been the talk of WoW lately, with each class receiving a unique way to acquire each appearance.
Legion is bringing all sorts of changes to not only Shadow Priests but to the game as a whole.
Apparently Destruction Warlocks will not be testable before Legion alpha freezes over via Frost Mages.
Some things change and some things stay the same.
Not too long ago, Celestalon took to the forums to post a reply to a very well thought-out breakdown of Shadow Priests heading into patch 6.2. The entire post is quite lengthy, but to any dedicated Shadow Priest, it’s a must-read (as is the reply from Celestalon). Instead of reiterating points made in the post, I wanted to take a moment to address a specific part of Celestalon's response about Blizzard's idea of what it means to be Shadow: (more…)
Hello and welcome to Shadow Word! If you’re reading this, it means that you've either been patiently awaiting the Shadow column or you’re a newcomer and about to switch to the best class in the game. Either one makes me happy, so let’s not waste any time getting to what really makes World of Warcraft worth logging into: Shadow!