If there is one essential piece of knowledge for a new expansion, it's not about leveling or innkeepers.
Now, I don't play casters much as a rule, and that means I've never had to stare at a wand and think I wish I could transmog this into a mace or a sword, but I am in general supportive of all sorts of transmogrification options.
It's Hallow's End and a great time to dress up in a costume.
Blizzard is caving to popular demand and making the flower crowns a permanent transmog option.
Recently we learned that tier sets will not have tier bonuses in Battle for Azeroth, and they won't really exist as we've known them for the past 13 years.
By the time you’re reading this, it’s the best time of the year again: Hallow's End!
I love transmogrification -- I think it's one of the best side features Blizzard has introduced in World of Warcraft.
Nothing is more important in the World of Warcraft than looking good.
The perfect transmog is hard to come by, a labor of love created by sifting through World of Warcraft's countless armor sets and color schemes to land on the one true transmog that suits your character (and hopefully doesn't require mythic raiding).