This week sees the debut of the Netherlight Crucible, and with it, several tuning changes to help keep classes balanced with the boost to Artifact's item level the Crucible will bring.
Patch 7.1 has arrived.
Thanks to Ask Mr.
During last week's Legion Q&A, Ion "Watcher" Hazzikostas mentioned a number of balance hotfixes would be coming down the pipe this week, but most of those balance changes have been put on hold.
It's almost time for the Legion pre-patch!
This week Monks received the idea of a new iteration of Storm, Earth, and Fire, and the general area-of-effect (AoE) abilities for Windwalker.
Thrown into the hype of Legion, who could neglect the questions about the artifact weapons?
Fragnance, a Swedish player hailing from the EU guild <Serenity>, decided to pit himself against one of the most unique challenges that the game had to offer: the Endless Proving Grounds for DPS.
Legion's left a mixed bag of feelings thus far for those of us that have stuck with Windwalker since its inception in Mists of Pandaria.
Some of us are happy.
Monks are up next on Blizzard's class change preview rotation, and we're seeing a major shakeup for all three specs in Legion.
Sitting in the audience of the opening ceremonies for BlizzCon 2011, I found myself absolutely mesmerized by the idea of the Monk class to be introduced in Mists of Pandaria.
In many sports, handicapping is a commonly used term to place a certain team or person at a slightly greater disadvantage from the other team or person.
Well, patch 6.2 has been here for a week now!
Monks have had their ups and downs since their introduction in Mists of Pandaria, but just where will they fit come patch 6.2?
Zen Meditation is your twice-a-month look at the monk. In previous weeks we have looked at Brewmaster and Mistweaver, meaning that this week is Windwalker's turn.