There are a lot of different dungeons in World of Warcraft.
The Stockade had its moment to shine in Battle for Azeroth when it became a genuine plot point.
This extra-long dungeon was once the bane of groups, but here you can revisit it without having to step foot inside.
The outside world isn't the only thing that's changed since WoW was launched: dungeons like fan-favorite Scholomance have been overhauled as well.
Look, we need to talk about Waycrest Manor, because I think it just handily punted out all opposition and arrived at the top of my dungeons list.
See the World of Warcraft zone Razorfen Downs as it was in the game before the Cataclysm expansion changed everything.
See the World of Warcraft zone Ragefire Chasm as it was in the game before the Cataclysm expansion changed everything.
It's no secret that I love quests and questing -- after all, I write about the game's story on a regular basis, and quests tend to be where the majority of WoW's story is located.
It didn't really occur to me until we finished yesterday's livestream exactly how many dungeons we had in Burning Crusade.
Sure, the challenge of heroics can be fun — and challenge modes, in particular, are a great way to push your abilities. But running heroic dungeons for gear? It's very hard to recommend.