Kilrogg Deadeye: He Who Holds Gul’dan’s Staff Will Show Up in a Sequel
Warning: Warcraft Movie is on, Don't Shout Demacia!
Queen Sylvanas Has Arrived!
New Fan Art for World of Warcraft
Jaina Picked up Frostmourne and Became the Lich Queen!
Wow Panoramas: Cheers for the Sceneries
|1||Warning: Warcraft Movie is on, Don't Shout Demacia!|
|2||Free Spec Swapping and Restricted in WoW Legion|
|3||Queen Sylvanas Has Arrived!|
|4||Blizzard Will Talk With Nostalrius Team This June|
|5||?Kilrogg Deadeye: He Who Holds Gul’dan’s Staff Will Show Up in a Sequel|
|6||Demon Bounty Rewards You the Legion Beta Key|
|7||WoW Legion Pre-expansion Patch is Coming|
Patch 5.2: Throne of Thunder & Raid Schedule | Isle of Thunder | World Boss Nalak Guide | World Boss Oondasta Guide & Loot Table | Season 13 Armor Preview | Tier 15 Armor Set Preview
Mists of Pandaria: New Race: Pandaren | New Class: Monk | New Dungeons and Raids | New Class Talent System | New Pet Battle System | New Challenge Modes
Patch 4.3: S11 Sets | Legendary Daggers | New Mounts | New Dungeons and Raid: End Time Well of Eternity Hour of Twilight Dragon Soul | Void Storage | Transmogrification | Classic Two-handed Swords | Two-handed Axes | Coming Soon
Tier 13: Warrior | Druid | Paladin | Shaman | Warlock | Mage | Rogue | Pirest | Hunter | Tier 13 Set Bonuses
Overview: Deathwing | System Changes | Underwater Kingdom | Guild System | Tips
New Races: The Goblins (Horde) | The Worgens (Alliance)
Revamped Areas: Orgimmar | Stormwind | Azeroth
Classes Changes: Paladin | Death Knight | Druid | Hunter | Mage |
Priest | Rogue | Shaman | Warlock | Warrior
New Battleground: Twin Peak
Alliance / Horde
Monk | Hunter | Mage | Priest | Rogue | Shaman | Warrior
|Epicurean||Increases the stat benefits from food by 100%|
|Gourmand||Cooking skill increased by 15.|
|Inner Peace||Your rested experience bonus lasts twice as long.|
|Bouncy||You take 50% less falling damage.|
|Quaking Palm||You touch a secret pressure point on an enemy target, putting it to sleep for 3 seconds.|
Couched in myth and legend, rarely seen and even more rarely understood, the enigmatic pandaren have long been a mystery to the other races of Azeroth. The noble history of the pandaren people stretches back thousands of years, well before the empires of man and before even the sundering of the world.
Denizens of a wondrous and fertile land, the pandaren once labored under the oppressive thumb of a monstrous race of ancient warlords known as the Mogu. Through tenacity, diplomacy, and a unique form of unarmed combat, the pandaren staged a successful revolution that deposed the Mogu and established a pandaren empire that would prosper for thousands of years.
During the bleak days that preceded the sundering of the world, when demons flooded onto Azeroth and threw the entirety of the mortal realm into jeopardy, the last Emperor of the pandaren discovered a way to protect his land from the devastation. His deal with fate shrouded his land within an impenetrable mist for ten thousand years, but the nature of his transaction has left Pandaria haunted ever since...
It is the rare pandaren indeed who sought a way beyond the mist. Generations ago, pandaren explorers began to gather on the back of a giant turtle: Shen-zin Su. The great sea turtle roamed Azeroth's oceans, perhaps the only contact pandaren had with the outside world. Eventually, they too lost contact with their mist-shrouded homeland.
Players who choose to create a pandaren character will start their journey on the back of Shen-zin Su. When the great turtle is threatened, and their whole wandering homeland is in jeopardy of being swallowed by the sea, players will have to accelerate their training and spring into action.
During their time on the turtle, players will first encounter the Alliance and Horde. Before they are finished, they'll have to make the most important decision of their lives: Which of the two factions will they support as they venture out to heal a world broken by the Cataclysm and threatened by a global war?