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.
By burning Teldrasil, Sylvanas not only pushed the Alliance and Horde into full-scale war — she launched a furious debate in the community as to why she did it.
It's that time again!
In the opening quests of Battle for Azeroth, the Horde takes a little trip to the Stormwind Stockades to rescue a high-value prisoner.
Varok Saurfang is an Orc of myth and legend, capable of cleaving entire raids out of Orgrimmar in classic WoW.
Since the Cataclysm expansion, Genn Greymane has become an Alliance fixture.
Although roughly the same age as his father when he became king, Anduin Wrynn’s reign so far is a far cry from anything his father accomplished in his first few years leading Stormwind.
Saurfang has been through a lot.