Ah, Tuesday -- that lovely day where everything in the game resets and that one rare you've been hunting for years is alive for exactly 5 minutes before someone other than you gets it -- looking at you Time-Lost Proto Drake.
While doing a recent Ulduar run, the conversation turned to the atmosphere of the raid.
Of all the Titan-Forged Keepers entrusted with the progression of Azeroth following the war with the Black Empire, Mimiron may be the most clever and inventive.
The origins and purpose of Kaja'mite are a mystery.
Even though Ulduar Timewalking was technically part of patch 7.3.5, and even though the resulting changes meant we've had a one-difficulty Ulduar for a while now, we haven't actually been able to experience the raid in its Timewalking iteration until this week.
Yesterday saw a bunch of hotfixes to World of Warcraft, but the hotfix list just scratches the surface of the bugs Blizzard has squashed since Allied Races joined the game.
Late Friday night, immediately before the weekend kicked off, World of Warcraft released its latest round of hotfixes. Most of the list addresses some of the game balance oddities that arrived with patch 7.3.5.
It's live and we're all living in it so what's your opinion of the last patch of the Legion patch cycle?
Even more than when Blizzard made Black Temple available through Timwalking, I'm excited for Ulduar's Timewalking incarnation.
I am not freaking out at all.