The Burning Legion
Patch 7.3 is chockablock with content, including several huge lore bombs that show players things they've wanted to see in-game forever.
Last week, we talked about Arthas' fall from grace.
There's an old phrase, popularized a few years back: there are the things we know, the things we know we don't know, and the things we don't know we don't know.
I talked a bit last week about why the Scourge is potentially a greater threat now than it has been at any time since the end of the War in Northrend.
By What Azeroth Knows, I don't mean the planet itself.
Last week we left off our look at the origins of the High Elves with a discussion of their Highborne forebears and the exile from Kalimdor following the Sundering.
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.
Every game as big as World of Warcraft is going to leave things unfinished or truncated from time to time.
Hearthstone's September card back has been announced!
On the Lore Watch podcast recently, the discussion fell to Gul'dan in Harbingers and how and why the Legion reached out to him.