Turbulent Timeways returns for the next five weeks but if you want the meta Sandy Shalewing mount, make sure you’re on track!
While we wait for Dragonflight patch 10.2, the WoW developers continue to give us a steady stream of content with the return of the Turbulent Timeways.
For the next six weeks you'll be able to run Timewalking non-stop during the Turbulent Timeways event, starting with the Cataclysm expansion this week.
There's a fair amount of content in World of Warcraft, and the modern game goes to some lengths to keep it at least relatively relevant with "Chromie Time" campaigns.
The concept of evergreen content is one that is a little tricky to explain when discussing an MMO like World of Warcraft, but in it's simplest form it's content that never really stops being relevant.
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Was it a mistake to remove tier sets in Battle for Azeroth in favor of Azerite Armor, and were you surprised when they didn't immediately return in Shadowlands?
World of Warcraft Shadowlands patch 9.1.5 is now live, and with it will come Legion Timewalking and the return of the Mage Tower for two weeks starting on December 7th, but the Mage Tower gets an additional two weeks on top of that, and will close with maintenance in the first week of January.
Shadowlands patch 9.1.5 is coming, which means it's time for the next wave of Timewalking dungeons to arrive, with Legion being the latest expansion to receive the nostalgia treatment.
Why should the Mage Tower have all the fun? Here’s what we’d like to see make a Timewalking comeback
Scenarios should be the next thing returned to World of Warcraft during Timewalking, now that we're getting the Mage Tower back in patch 9.1.5 when Legion gets its Timewalking glow-up.
When I initially wrote this post, I said it was possible that Tier 20 sets from Tomb of Sargeras would return in some form once patch 9.1.5 goes live and Legion Timewalking brings the 2016 expansion's content to Shadowlands.