For some folks, the upcoming design of Conduits as part of World of Warcraft's next expansion Shadowlands has been a concern, and there's been some debate about if it makes sense if they could be permanently destroyed when removed, the way gems have worked in gear over the years.
I made an incoherent Murloc noise when I read the folks at Wowhead had found a global string that would mean we could choose a separate transmog option for each shoulder when Shadowlands goes live.
Blackwing Lair being fully cleared within 40 minutes of it going live in WoW Classic was inevitable.
Let's just lay it out on the table: if you don't want spoilers for patch 8.2.5, the War Campaign, or the big cinematics that bring the story to its conclusion than this post is one you should not read.
When WoW's patch 8.2 was released on the PTR, dataminers found something distressing: most of the descriptive filenames in the game's database have been removed.
Before World of Warcraft, there was EverQuest, and one of the best sites for keeping track of items and quests in that game was named Allakhazam.
Okay, so if you're really focused on the various professions in World of Warcraft, then the last couple of expansions may have felt somewhat disappointing to you.
I remember with absolutely vivid clarity the first time I used Thottbot, all the way back in 2004.
We've been doing Island Expeditions wrong this whole time -- or at least since Blizzard increased the chance at rewards recently. Wowhead and Reddit user Flak_Knight have unearthed some interesting details that have led to theories about how the Island Expedition rewards work.
In an unlikely and frankly, incredibly impressive feat, three players have managed to take on Antorus and clear it with a 3-man Argus kill that has to be seen to be believed.