Although its title implies a focus on the Burning Legion, we’ve learned about far more than Sargeras and his minions this expansion.
In the beginning of everything, there was only the Light.
If you haven't been keeping score, Seat of the Triumvirate is a brand new dungeon in patch 7.3.
What goes through the mind of a creature so cosmically powerful that entire worlds are viewed as dust motes, their inhabitants mere specks in the vast expanse of the universe? And what happens when that being decides it’s time to clean house?
For an expansion about the rising threat of demonic hordes, Legion has spent a lot of time focusing on other dangers.
Warlords of Draenor had several problems -- a lack of endgame content, a truncated storyline and a dearth of development where more than a year passed between the Hellfire raid and the next patch.
Legion may propose to be focused on the threat of the Burning Legion, but there are darker portents to be found, if one listens carefully.
The practice of magic is something that's always been in place in Warcraft.
Priests have been in the game since day one.