There are certain themes we hear when discussing Sylvanas Windrunner and her role in World of Warcraft lately.
When you write about Blizzard, it's hard to resist the siren song of "next expansion leaks" that start popping up every year a few months before BlizzCon -- especially on those extremely rare times when you read a leak and it sounds legit to you.
We're getting glimpses into World of Warcraft's patch 8.2.5 thanks to the dedicated datamining efforts of folks like those as Wowhead, and that means refreshing our memories about who the new models we're seeing are and why they're important.
Well, some of the story of Battle for Azeroth, anyway.
Way back when Mists of Pandaria launched, we were all pretty much aware that Garrosh was going to be the expansion’s final villain.
After viewing the Lost Honor cinematic at BlizzCon 2018, it was clear that Saurfang's tale was far from over -- Horde players can now follow that story forward.
When we first made our foray into the frozen wastelands of Northrend, we weren’t sure what was in store for us.
It's fair to say that for a long time now, there's been some debate on the role of leading women characters in World of Warcraft.
The vast array of LEGO sets out there indicate that there's a market for the little bricks well past childhood, but sometimes I forget just how many people are into making things with them.
I'm very happy that Vol'jin gets more story in Battle for Azeroth even if he is dead.