Visions Of N’Zoth
WoW's latest flying mount -- the Shadowbarb Drone -- is now available with the launch of patch 8.3.
We've had patch 8.3 of World of Warcraft for a few days now, and I'm curious what y'all have felt and experienced while playing it.
In Patch 8.3, we finally get a legendary item to upgrade and help us out.
If you liked the Mage Tower in Legion, then World of Warcraft patch 8.3's Horrific Visions is content that is designed to appeal to you -- it's content you can do solo or in a small group (up to five players) and it's designed to start off with ramping difficulty that will eventually force you out until you get better at the encounters and better geared to resist the sanity draining mechanic of the Vision.
With the recent introduction of WoW's latest Allied Races -- the Mechagnomes and the Vulpera -- you might find yourself considering paying for a race change.
For anyone looking to swap over to a Vulpera or a Mechagnome for WoW's patch 8.3:, you'll be able to do it at a slightly cheaper cost than usual.
The fight to save Azeroth from N'zoth is going to take everyone working together -- even our smallest companions.
Death Knights have been a staple of World of Warcraft since their introduction in the Wrath of the Lich King expansion.
Wrathion has been more or less absent from World of Warcraft since the end of Mists of Pandaria.