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Post by KostaAndreadis @ 04:33pm 27/09/16 | 2 Comments
They're called MMOs for a reason. Because they're massive. And multiplayer. And online. Hmm, guess that's all taken care in the acronym. Anyway with the recent release of the latest expansion to Blizzard's long-running World of Warcraft, called Legion, AusGamers' Glen Gugliotti has been slowly questing and levelling his way through the mountains of new content. And some new mountains too.

As a review in progress, there isn't a score yet. But if you've been wondering about the expansion and are a lapsed player you'll definitely want to read on.
If you have missed a few expansions, or are new to the World of Warcraft series, then now is a great time to give it a go as cliched as that sounds. The community is, for the most part, welcoming to newcomers, the quests and new areas are fun to explore and the new enemy tagging system lends to a lot more cooperative experience between random players.


Click here to read our World of Warcraft: Legion Review-In-Progress: Part 1



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Jeffro
Posted 05:47pm 27/9/16

Raids are out. It is only normal and heroic Emerald Nightmare at the moment though. I pugged the first boss in there on normal.

https://worldofwarcraft.com/en-us/news/20271499/now-available-emerald-nightmare-raid-legion-pvp-season-1-and-mythic-keystones


Khel
Posted 09:57pm 27/9/16
Mythic raids open after maintenance tonight.

Mythic+ dungeons are actually a lot of fun too, loving them way more than I did challenge modes
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