In the Diablo 4 cinematic, we got a real blast from the past in the form of Lilith, the (co-)creatrix of Sanctuary and mother to humanity.
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I've been slamming my head against the WoW Classic beta for a while now, scraping those levels and otherwise doing my level best to see as much of the story as possible.
There's a fallacy I sometimes even find myself subscribing to, and it's that the people who play World of Warcraft are customers -- that we are engaged in a purely transactional exchange.
This may seem like a strange topic from me, but it's something I think about all the time.
I'm currently leveling three Lightforged alts right now, and every single one of them has hit Duskwood.
Recently, I saw a person talking about World of Warcraft and Blizzard's storytelling who was not particularly complimentary.
Call me old fashioned -- or even Ishmael if you want -- but I miss the style of cinematic The Burning Crusade featured.
World of Warcraft's expansions have become known for their wide, sweeping changes, and systems overhauls every time a new one comes out.
I've been playing my Seasonal Hero in Diablo 3, trying to get the Seasonal Journey down.