The veil between life and death is no more. Discover what lies beyond the world you know in the next chapter of the World of Warcraft saga--Shadowlands: Coming 2020. In it, you will be able to explore the realm of the dead, pledge yourself to a covenant and shape your destiny, take on the boundless challenge of Torghast, Tower of the Damned, and journey through a new leveling experience.
Asmongold watches and comments on Riot's 10th Anniversary Announcement, showcasing all the new games that are being worked on by the company besides League of Legends, such as: a Riot MMO, a FPS, a card game, a fighting game and much much more...
Another fantastic transmog competition from Asmongold, this time featuring superheroes such as Iron-Man and Aquaman...
Asmongold loses his first mount off for patch 8.2 Rise of Azshara, Mcconnell proceeds to humiliate him on stream...
In World of Warcraft, there are many loved and hated characters. Every expansion Blizzard Entertainment give us many new raid and dungeons to complete, some of the bosses in this content were our friends and allies.
In this video I'll go over the hardest raid bosses in the history of warcraft, based on a lot of different factors that I'll be explaining within each segment of this video.
10/14/2019 0 Comments
Arriving in the upcoming 8.3 update, the new auction house will make trading and shopping way easier.
World of Warcraft's next major update was unveiled today in an 18-minute developer video with game director Ion Hazzikostas. It includes most of the expected features, including a new raid, new races, and plenty else—but one unexpected addition is a completely overhauled auction house system that looks to make trading with other players easier than ever.
"This isn't just a UI reskin," explains game director Ion Hazzikostas in the video above. "We actually redesigned and rebuilt the guts of the system to make it faster, more performant, and to get rid of those annoying single stacks that literally no one likes. We recognize that there are hundreds of thousands of transactions happening across our auction houses on a regular basis, and we want to create a modern system that is smooth and easy to use."
The problem with the current auction house is that a lot of the most commonly traded items are placed into "stacks" that cannot be broken up or partially sold. If I sell 20 iron bars, a player has to buy all 20 or not buy them at all. This is especially annoying since players tend to flood the auction house with single-stacks of items that players would prefer to buy in large quantities. It makes the whole system hard to navigate and slow, which is why anyone using the auction house on a regular basis has probably learned to rely on player-built mods.
With the redesign, though, it is now possible to buy a partial stack of items from a player instead of all or nothing. When using the auction house, instead of seeing individual listings for each item sold, you'll instead see a window that simply shows how much of an item is available at a certain price across all listings. This way you can buy the exact amount you want and the auction house will figure out all the confusing details.
In addition to that, you can also now make a shopping list of items by favoriting them. "So if you regularly forget the name of that specific cut of gem or that consumable, you have a checklist that you can quickly search for and buy on the go," Hazzikostas says.
While I doubt this overhaul will negate the need for auction house addons entirely, it's certainly a welcome redesign that'll make buying and selling easier for everyone. The new auction house will be available on the PTR test server (hopefully) later today or you can wait until update 8.3 releases, which we expect sometime around Christmas.
Blizzard Entertainment, best known for publishing World of Warcraft, suspended a pro Hearthstone player and pulled his prize money because he said, “Liberate Hong Kong. Revolution of our age!” during a live stream.
Blizzard, which has a huge and lucrative market in China, determined that Chung “Blitzchung” Ng Wai's utterance was in violation of a competition rule:
2019 HEARTHSTONE GRANDMASTERS OFFICIAL COMPETITION RULES v1.4 p.12, Section 6.1 (o)
Engaging in any act that, in Blizzard’s sole discretion, brings you into public disrepute, offends a portion or group of the public, or otherwise damages Blizzard image will result in removal from Grandmasters and reduction of the player’s prize total to $0 USD, in addition to other remedies which may be provided for under the Handbook and Blizzard’s Website Terms.
According to Kotaku: "Blitzchung’s punishment is an immediate removal from Grandmasters, a withholding of prize money for his participation and a ban from taking part in Hearthstone esports 'for 12 months beginning from Oct. 5th, 2019 and extending to Oct. 5th, 2020.'"
Where to start? Well, somebody would say all the way back to Warcraft I (aka Warcraft: Orcs & Humans or the First War), or maybe Warcraft II (aka Tides of Darkness or the Second War up to and including Wrath of the Lich King, Warcraft III is the best place to start. Also, this game then elicits more interesting questions. For instance, how Illidan Stormrage became so hated or where the Scourge started. You will learn all the history and geography of the Warcraft with our help and dedication.