One of the complaints I and others aimed at Warlords of Draenor was that there was little of a narrative sense of anything being at stake on Draenor.
I'll just say it.
The last free Legion comic Anduin: Son of the Wolf has just been released.
Over a month after the release of Whispers of the Old Gods, the meta is slowly starting to settle down in standard.
The events we described last week would be more than enough chaos for any five lives, but Varian Wrynn was not destined to escape strife and bloodshed.
Kings are born like anyone else.
Blizzard threw out previews for all Artifact weapons last week, and as I was in the middle of BlizzCon, I didn't actually have a chance to give them a good look until yesterday.
When World of Warcraft: Legion was announced, the official site for the new expansion included a cast list, similar to what we saw with the Warlords of Draenor website.
At a Fireside Gathering tournament I held last weekend, it didn't surprise me (or anyone) that the final four players brought Warrior decks.
Named for both his grandfather and the Lion of Azeroth, Anduin Llane Wrynn has a lot to live up to -- but he's not taking the expected route to get there.