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.
If you're unaware, we're going to see some changes to Ulduar in patch 7.3.5.
Game Director Ion Hazzikostas revealed today at BlizzCon that the next Timewalking raid would be Ulduar, coming in patch 7.3.5.
The Titan-Forged left a huge impact on the history of Azeroth.
When last we looked at the Titan-Forged, one of the Keepers had gone mad.
When last we talked about the Titan-Forged, they'd defeated the Old Gods and imprisoned them deep within Azeroth itself, then began their process of shaping the world in order to preserve its World-Soul and shepherd it to awakening as potentially the greatest of the Titans.
Since time is a flat circle, another installment of Raiding with Leashes was bound to come around sooner or later.