It's fair to say that for a long time now, there's been some debate on the role of leading women characters in World of Warcraft.
During the Voices of War: Horde vs Alliance panel at BlizzCon 2018, we were treated to a live rendition of "Daughter of the Sea" sung in character by Jaina Proudmoore's voice actress Laura Bailey, and composer Logan Laflotte!
Well before the Battle for Azeroth began, the memes were some of the choicest in memory.
For ten thousand years, Queen Azshara has bided her time beneath the ocean waves – and that’s a little concerning.
Oh, we're in for it now.
Blizzard just released its official Gamescom 2018 app and it looks like everyone's favorite watery overlord will be making her debut next week.
If you’re wondering where Battle for Azeroth's in-game cinematics fit into novels and comics, or vice versa, or just how it all went down -- we’ve got you covered.
The Darkshore events of the last couple of weeks have been hard to process -- and Blizzard's twin novellas, A Good War and Elegy, don't exactly offer any comfort.
Sylvanas Windrunner is dead. But we knew that already. What we didn’t realize – and perhaps we still don’t have the entire answer to this question – is what exactly that means.
The World of Warcraft short Warbringers: Jaina came out just a week ago, but already it's my favorite lead-in content for an expansion, since ever.