Here’s a World of Warcraft Horde wedding ceremony, in the heart of the enemy faction’s capital city, in Stormwind Cathedral.
Quel’Thalas was added in 2007, but never got the facelift that other, older zones received in 2010. And while there are no plans to revamp anything in these parts of Azeroth, YouTuber Hayven played with the idea for the duration of a short clip.
Duskwood, a World of Warcraft zone almost all Alliance players visit while leveling, got the Unreal Engine treatment by Daniel L, who’s slowly recreating all the classic Eastern Kingdoms zones.
The biggest change in World of Warcraft: Legion? No, it’s not the redesigned PvP system. There’ll be a new gold cap, increased from 999,999 gold to 9,999,999.
World of Warcraft: Legion comes out on August 30, which means we won’t see a new update in the coming months. But that doesn’t mean there’s nothing to do in WoW. It’s the perfect time to prepare for all the gameplay changes.
A new, revamped Challenge Mode is coming to dungeons in World of Warcraft: Legion, with multiple difficulty levels and some really nasty affixes. It’s something similar to Diablo III’s Greater Rifts.
Because of course it is.
A service called “HeirBnB,” Twitch Plays Raid Finder, underwater Ashran (hell no!), Arena matches on Vine... Well, even if these are for April 1, I can see some of the new World of Warcraft: Legion alpha updates working in-game and waking up the community one way or another.
The floating city of Dalaran is returning as the main neutral hub in World of Warcraft: Legion. A new expansion means a new, reconstructed city, with most of its environments redesigned and filled with goodies that fit the upcoming level 110 Broken Isles theme.
There are still no new battlegrounds announced for World of Warcraft: Legion, but that doesn’t mean players won’t get new PvP locations. Here’s Ashamane’s Fall, a new arena map for the new expansion.
Compared to other classes and specs, Feral Druids will get notable extra treatment in World of Warcraft: Legion.
In an MMO like World of Warcraft, which is basically about collecting items and gear, the rarest, still obtainable ones are in legendary status. And they’re not just rare: they’re rare for various interesting reasons.
Whether it’s the lack of things to do, boring quests or depressing aesthetics, WoW has some zones everyone tries to skip or avoid.
As if epic and rare fishing poles weren’t enough to catch fish and slowly level up fishing, the next expansion will introduce an artifact fishing pole called the Underlight Angler, with its own traits and special abilities.
World of Warcraft’s next expansion is shaping up nicely. It just got a new alpha build, and while it’s still in early development, one thing’s for sure: Suramar, a new zone in the Broken Isles, is already looking absolutely terrific.
With each patch and expansion, WoW is getting bigger and bigger, with more stuff to collect. It’s getting impossible to keep track of everything. Certain UI tweaks and plugins help, but managing hundreds of collected pets, for example, is still a chaotic process.
Left Sharks are rewards for one of the rare Garrison Shipyard missions that you send your followers out on. It’s a rare mission, so you shouldn’t see it much and for months, that was the case.