Legion has brought back many of the class-specific content ideas that Blizzard implemented into classic WoW.
In many ways, Legion has been Blizzard's most innovative expansion.
Just over ten years ago, Burning Crusade ushered in a brand new way to experience World of Warcraft that for better or worse would change the game irrevocably: flying.
Earlier this year, the team behind the extralegal classic-era realm "Nostalrius" announced that they would make their source code and tools available to the public.
Blizzard began teasing Hearthstone players about Gadgetzan this fall.
Legion's Class Halls offer a huge variety in Champions, from faerie dragons to titan watchers, a sludge belcher, a primate monarch, and even a giant talking, shambling rock.
Legion's demon invasions have given us the most world bosses the game has ever seen.
Six expansions, six system patches.
In classic WoW, players exploring the Alterac Mountains encountered a massive purple dome clearly made out of some kind of magical energy.
Blizzard's approach to class design in Legion centers around the "distinctive identity" of a class and its specializations.