With the arrival of WoW Classic, we’re thinking back on what we miss (and what we don’t miss) from vanilla
There's a lot of nostalgia for World of Warcraft as it once was.
If you've only been playing World of Warcraft for the past few years, you might well be pretty used to the way the current talent system works, where you have three talents per tier and can choose one of the three, and gain a new talent tier every so often (in most cases, every 15 levels or so until you hit level 90, and then a last tier at level 100).
I started playing World of Warcraft in October of 2006.
BlizzCon is so close now!
Okay, I tend to be anti nostalgia as a rule.
Seven years ago this fall Cataclysm struck WoW.
Now that the Legion alpha is available, we’re getting new information all the time.
Welcome to the first edition of the Blizzard Watch mage column: Arcane Sanctum. This week, we break in a brand new mage tower and discuss the upcoming changes in patch 6.1.
Of all 11 classes in WoW, death knights have had the most dramatic evolution. From their beginnings as a supremely flexible "hero class" --with three hybrid trees -- to their current incarnation, DKs have ridden their pale horses a very long way.