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.
World Quests are something I do a lot in World of Warcraft, and as such, they're something I think about a lot.
In an effort to combat issues with realm performance and latency, Blizzard has changed the way addons interact with the Group Finder feature in a recent hotfix.
One of the things that hits me every time I accidentally use my Garrison Hearthstone (or deliberately -- it's an easy way to get to the portals in Stormshield) is that my Garrison is basically my Order Hall, but a more primitive version of it.
Legion has taken a lot of cues from Diablo — WoW's World Quest system is an amped up version of Diablo's Bounties, and WoW's Legendary items have taken a decidedly Diablo-esque turn.
I've already asked this question a few times this expansion, but I'm asking again.
As our friends at Wowhead noted, Patch 7.2 isn't just all about the Burning Legion with the introduction of the Broken Shore, new World Quests, and the Legionfall faction to work on.