WoW: non-quest adventuring, Connected Realms and more

by on August 14, 2013

With all the furore about EQNext, you could be forgiven for thinking that everyone had forgotten about WoW.

But that’s definitely not the case: with patch 5.4 just around the corner, discussion’s as lively as ever.

Here’s the pick of what the community has been talking about this week:

  • The Godmother highlights what seems to be a huge change in Blizzard’s thinking – their discussion of a growing emphasis on “non-quest adventuring” content.
    Read “Time Changes Everything” »

  • Matthew Rossi sounds the alarm over what he considers an unprecedented exodus of warrior players from the warrior class.
    Read “The Exodus” »

  • The Grumpy Elf is thinking again – and as usual, he’s likely to make you think too. This week, he’s wondering whether gear should drop from anywhere – not just specific mobs – and what effects that would have on the game.
    Read “What if: Gear Dropped From Anywhere” »

  • And Variant Avatar looks at the proposed Connected Realms – aka server merges – in WoW, and whether they’ll actually solve the problem.
    Read “Are Connected Realms the Answer to Population Issues in Warcraft?” »

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