In Warlords of Draenor, Blizzard began what they called "ability pruning." For better or worse, the developers decided that classes just had too many buttons to press.
If you've been paying attention to the Battle for Azeroth alpha, you may have noticed that certain abilities that exist in Legion as Artifact Traits or effects on Legendary items are being baked into classes or talent trees.
If you've been playing WoW for a while, you're familiar with the way each class sees design changes with the coming of a new expansion.
Legion will be here in just a few short hours, and if you're jumping back into the game this week, you'll find your class is all new.
When it comes to experiencing the world soon to be unveiled in Legion, we Shaman get to experience everything it has to offer with little to no need to slow down.
Okay, you're a Warrior and you just logged in for the first time after patch 7.0 dropped.
Demon Hunters be damned, Paladins be purged and Hunters be haunted: There is no character better engineered for leveling in WoW than the solitary Rogue.
We've previously covered the new restrictions coming to talent changes in Legion.
As the Legion alpha transitioned into beta, players were caught off-guard by the return of gold costs to switch specs.