The Old Gods have left their mark on Azeroth, and especially on the Dragonflights that make up the main narrative focus of Dragonflight, World of Warcraft's appropriately named Dragon-themed expansion.
WoW's Dragonflight expansion, going live later today, focuses heavily on the Dragon Aspects.
With the advent of the Dragonflight prepatch and the Legacies shorts, one question is on the minds of many World of Warcraft players: who was Galakrond?
As Grease Bot is removed from Hearthstone Battlegrounds, Chromawing and Ysera carry Dragons to the top of the meta
Hearthstone Battlegrounds has an ever-shifting meta, and sometimes the unlikeliest strategies emerge as soon as a previous menace is taken down -- and that's exactly what's going on right now.
I'm obsessed with the Night Warrior, and I have ever since Tyrande became that particular manifestation of Elune's wrath in Battle for Azeroth, because it highlights how much we don't know about Elune.
We don't know what Elune is.
There's an old phrase, popularized a few years back: there are the things we know, the things we know we don't know, and the things we don't know we don't know.
While Cavern Rogue and Time Warp Mage are emerging as competitive decks, we're going to shift away from that for a moment.
It's not like the Warcraft setting is a stranger to death.
Scattered around Azeroth are a handful of massive, awe-inspiring trees that dwarf the world around them.