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.
Roleplaying over the course of an expansion can take a few different forms.
History is a funny thing on Azeroth.
One of the things that hits me every time I accidentally use my Garrison Hearthstone (or deliberately -- it's an easy way to get to the portals in Stormshield) is that my Garrison is basically my Order Hall, but a more primitive version of it.
Patch 7.2 is in testing on the PTR right now, and that could mean it might be released as soon as March, although I don't expect it before April.
After doing Suramar for a while and getting Good Suramaritan done, I found myself working on the further storyline quests and I realized something.
The Suramar questline steadily unravels ancient Elven history, from the time before the coming of the Burning Legion to the destruction of the Well of Eternity, and presents you with a gradually unfolding picture of Elvenkind and their society.
We've talked about Maiev Shadowsong before, but we haven't really discussed her role in Legion.
With the news that Patch 7.2 will take us to the Tomb of Sargeras, it seemed like a good idea to finally do a bit of a refresher on the history of the Tomb.
Patch 7.1 is here, and with it we have a wealth of new content.
Seriously, am I the only one here who thinks October 25 is way too soon for patch 7.1?
We just have two weeks to wait before patch 7.1 is here!
I’m a huge proponent of roleplaying whatever you want within the context of World of Warcraft.
There's been enough time since Legion launched -- ten days-- to start getting into World Quests, and I'm curious as to what you all think of them.