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.
Orgrim Doomhammer actor Robert Kazinsky was on Conan O’Brien earlier this week, where he told the story of how World of Warcraft made him fat, lazy and happier than he’s ever been.
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.
Heroes of the Storm’s latest playable character might be a wolf, but only sometimes.Greymane, Lord of the Worgen can swap between a ranged human assassin and a melee werewolf, with abilities that take advantage of his dual nature. Also, he would like a keg of beer.
Hearthstone player Jeppz completed a heroic task by running around Azeroth and locating all the characters featured on the rarest Hearthstone cards. It’s a pretty neat gallery for those who aren’t familiar with both games.
Track: The 12 Days of World of Warcraft Winter’s Veil | Artist: Oxhorn | Album: N/A
As it was teased at Blizzcon, World of Warcraft: Legion will have an entire new PvP system and it’ll be one of the biggest revamps of player-versus-player mechanics in the series’ history. Blizzard is now sharing more details on these changes.
One of the new features of World of Warcraft: Legion is an increased view distance and a much more detailed horizon.
CORRECTION (3:53pm): This is actually a reference to Rhonda Cox, an associate producer at Blizzard. We apologize for the error. She’s OK with the comparison, though!
Legion will introduce a new type of creature to World of Warcraft that might be familiar from Diablo III. It’s the Treasure Goblin, or as he’s known here, Treasure Demon.
The fan favorite neutral flying city Dalaran, first introduced in Wrath, is returning in Legion as the expansion’s number one hangout place. And four expansion later, it’s a completely renewed hub. The folks over at Trade chat made a neat side-by-side comparison video using footage from the Legion’s alpha build.
Based on the original opening of everyone’s current favorite One-Punch Man, YouTuber Sensus made a cool clip of Saitama annihilating the Burning Legion (and other big bosses).
Demon Hunters? Whatever. Legendary weapons that evolve with players until the next expansion? Sure. Gnome Hunters? You have my attention, World of Warcraft: Legion.
Dalaran’s flower vendor Aertih (who’s absolutely not a reference to that other flower vendor in Final Fantasy VII) will get similarly familiar-looking friend in World of Warcraft: Legion, as spotted by Wowhead.
Class Order halls—class-based areas where both factions can hang out—will be one of Legion’s most exciting features. A few of these were shown already, but Legion’s latest alpha build has them all in-game. Let’s take a look and see how they represent all 11 (soon 12) classes of WoW.
One of the big features of WoW’s patch 6.2 was the Garrison Shipyard, a place where we can send our crew on various daily missions and build up our fleet. It was supposed to be one of the many activities people can do till the next expansion drops. But because of weak rewards, no one’s really using it.