If you don't know about the implosion of Method, one of the premier world first raiding guilds across the long history of World of Warcraft, then let me just warn you, it's disturbing to see the litany of sexual misconduct and harassment -- and sometimes worse -- that came out in recent months about the guild and specific members.
When you think gold in World of Warcraft, maybe you think in terms of tokens, or in terms of game time, or even in terms of the most expensive current mount in the game, the five-million-gold Brutosaur.
Last week, N'Zoth fell to the folks at Limit, meaning that the World First race is officially done until Shadowlands comes out.
The final Mythic race in Battle for Azeroth has gotten off to a roaring start.
It wouldn't be a world first race without some sort of drama -- but this time the drama is of a different sort.
Raiding at high levels can take a toll.
After nearly a week of working on the fight, Method has grabbed the world first kill of Mythic Jaina.
Uldir marked the first time contenders to finish the raid first in the world livestreamed the race to the top.
Method, one of World of Warcraft's top guilds, will stream the entirety of their world-first attempt at the Mythic Uldir raid on Twitch.
The world first 120 has been achieved less than five hours after launch ... yes, you read that right. Five hours. Gingi from Method leveled a Balance Druid up to BFA's new max level before everyone else.
When hearing this it got me thinking about things that take longer than five hours. There are many things in life that hit that mark: