I see a lot of discussion about what there is to do once you hit the endgame portions of WoW, and often I see the assertion that there's not much.
So, you decided on a character to play as your main in Battle for Azeroth, leveled that character, played it for a while for whatever reason — a bad childhood, a few too many blows to the skull, Stockholm Syndrome.
By all accounts, Battle for Azeroth is an objectively fantastic expansion.
Warcraft Game Director Ion Hazzikostas and Community Manager Josh Allen did a Q&A today to address everything from balance hotfixes, scaling issues, and Azerite gear being locked to whoever looted it.
For many players, the first thing they do is survey the mismatched set of greens and blues and that one legendary they didn't manage to replace even though it stopped working around 116.
I feel like hitting 110 was a lot less confusing than hitting level 120.
You might have been afraid that the good old Flight Master's Whistle will go away in Battle for Azeroth, but don't fret, it's here to stay.
Uldir, the first Battle for Azeroth raid, is coming out on September 4.
Now that Legion is basically in the can, it's time we can sit back and look over the past couple of years and think about what we liked best about it.
Update: Though the Darkmoon Faire has come and gone, the World Quest bonus event is back this week.