Patch 9.2.5 hit the live servers yesterday after a series of maintenance extensions, and like many had presumed, it turns out that there was some hidden content in it.
Unlocking Allied Races can be a lot of effort — particularly if you didn't actively play during the expansion in which they were released.
If you've been putting off unlocking one of the older Allied Races because of how much time it was going to take, boy do I have the news for you!
Okay, first off, I love the idea of High Elves as an Alliance Allied Race.
High Elves are (basically) coming to the Horde and Alliance in Shadowlands — thanks to new customization options
In a surprise news post, Blizzard has shared some very exciting new customization options for the Elves of Azeroth -- whether they serve the Alliance or the Horde.
Looks like those reputation requirements for Allied Races won't be easing up anytime soon, if at all.
Update: Though the Darkmoon Faire has come and gone, the World Quest bonus event is back this week.
Before we get rolling, the standard caveats: this is all datamined information from the folks at Wowhead, nothing is set in stone, nothing is live yet.
The situation in Silvermoon is… interesting, to say the least.
Okay, so we finally have Allied Races, and more are coming in Battle for Azeroth, so we can talk about their racial abilities.