There's been a Murder at Castle Nathria, and Sire Denathrius is dead!
On June 1, Blizzard made an adjustment to Mythic Sire Denathrius, which isn't amazingly notable, but when you consider that Castle Nathria has been out since December 8, 2020 and Complexity Limit killed him that same month, it's interesting to see tuning changes this far into the life of the raid.
In the Shadowlands, in the lands of Revendreth, there is a race known as Dredgers.
Who are the Dreadlords? How did these cunning demons shape Azeroth’s past — and what can we expect from them in the future?
Sometimes an expansion will have open plot threads that lead into another expansion, sometimes there are story points that lead into a later part of the same expansion, and sometimes there are fun clues that never amount to anything -- yet.
How should LFR release content? Should it continue to be wing by wing or do we need a different solution?
Sire Denathrius is out, and all of Castle Nathria is finally available to players who primarily raid through LFR -- and I find that kind of strange.
For me, it's the whole deal about animals in the various zones.
The real story behind why Castle Nathria was, "Build Dracula's Castle, make it a raid.
By now we've all watched the new Afterlives: Revendreth animated short and we've all seen a certain Warchief return (if in slightly diminished circumstances) and we've also all gotten to listen to Sire Denathrius' best PR spin on the Anima drought in the form of an open letter to the Venthyr of Revendreth.
We are in an interesting situation with allied races and World of Warcraft, in that we have more choices for what kind of character you're playing than ever.