World of Warcraft has a sort of punctuated equilibrium when it comes to content releases -- sometimes more punctuated than equilibrium, if you ask me.
Patch 8.2 will see us enter two big new world zones with world quests and storylines leading up to a raid and a mega-dungeon respectively -- the Naga stronghold of Nazjatar surrounding Azshara's Eternal Palace, and the Mechagnome fortress of Mechagon.
Between pre-rendered cutscenes, the Warcraft movie, and fan-made imaginings like this one of Suramar, we've seen a lot of World of Warcraft locations in a level of detail where we may as well be looking at footage of real-life locations.
I think Legion has officially managed to oust Mists of Pandaria and punt it out of the number one spot on my list of favorite expansions.
Now that Legion is basically in the can, it's time we can sit back and look over the past couple of years and think about what we liked best about it.
Last week, we discussed the peculiar decisions that led the Void Elves straight into the arms of the Alliance.
While waiting for Antorus LFR to open up, I've been happily playing around on alts.
In between all fighting all the demonic forces the Legion has to offer, there are hints to be found at what might be coming next. The most logical of these? A new player race we’re now intimately familiar with – the Shal’dorei.
We’ve plumbed its depths and defeated its infiltrators — but do we really know all the secrets still hidden in the Tomb of Sargeras?
Hidden away in the depths of Shal’Aran is the salvation of the Shal’dorei.