Zul'Gurub, the troll-filled, 20-player raid is now live in WoW Classic .
No, the Corrupted Blood plague will not happen in WoW Classic once Zul'Gurub is live.
With the arrival of Zul'Gurub in WoW Classic on April 15, I'm having a great time going through all my screenshots of that raid and remembering when it was current.
G'huun is a johnny-come-lately.
Arathi Basin is coming to WoW Classic on March 10, with Zul’Gurub and Dragons of Nightmare to follow with Phase 5 in April
If you're a WoW Classic player, you should know that you'll be getting some updates fairly soon, as Phase 5 of the content rollout is being tested on the WoW Classic PTR right now.
We've seen that the release of the various content phases for World of Warcraft Classic has been staggered, with the PVP aspects of Phase 3 coming out on December 10, while Blackwing Lair won't be arriving until sometime in 2020, along with the Darkmoon Faire.
Corrupted Blood changed WoW and the world beyond it, and the Sawbones podcast talks about its influence on medicine
With WoW Classic dominating everything lately -- here's where I hysterically shout it's coming out in August aaaargh -- it's an interesting bit of serendipity that Justin and Sydnee McElroy's podcast Sawbones touched on the Corrupted Blood plague recently.
In 1954, Ishiro Hondo unleashed a new kind of movie monster.
The most asked-questions about WoW Classic are what content will be available after its release next summer and when will additional vanilla content be released?
In an expansion that deals heavily with the Loa, one is particularly conspicuous in his absence.