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Mount Up for the Outland Cup!

Take to the skies of Outland with a new dragonriding racing event!

4 months ago
This Week in WoW: January 2, 2024

Each week, we'll look ahead to what's in store for World of Warcraft, share the latest news, and keep you in the know byte by byte. New discoveries await in the Dragon Isles when the Seeds of Renewal content update goes live on January 16.

5 months ago
This Week in WoW: December 11, 2023

Each week we’ll look ahead to what’s in store for World of Warcraft, share the latest news, and keep you in the know byte by byte. The Fate of Amirdrassil is in your hands when Amirdrassil, the Dream’s Hope Raid Finder Wing 4 goes live this week!

5 months ago
Prep Your Dragons and Mount Up for the Eastern Kingdoms Cup

Rediscover the skies of the Eastern Kingdoms with a new Dragonriding racing event!

8 months ago
This Week in WoW: October 2, 2023

Each week we’ll look ahead to what’s in store for World of Warcraft, share the latest news, and keep you in the know byte by byte. Take to the skies once more during the Eastern Kingdoms Cup!

8 months ago
Slip into the Turbulent Timeways

Beginning the week of September 26, Timewalk through a previous expansion each week for five consecutive weeks. This grand tour through World of Warcraft’s past will start with Cataclysm and end with Wrath of the Lich King.

8 months ago
This Week in WoW: September 5, 2023

Each week we’ll look ahead to what’s in store for World of Warcraft, share the latest news, and keep you in the know byte by byte. The Fury Incarnate Patch arrives for the week of September 5! Prepare to defend the land against the Primal Incarnates, venture into Dreamsurges, and more.

9 months ago
This Week in WoW: April 10, 2023

Each week we’ll look ahead to what’s in store for World of Warcraft, share the latest news, and keep you in the know byte by byte. Here’s what you can look forward to this week as we keep slipping down the Turbulent Timeways toward the release of Embers of Neltharion on May 2.

a year ago
This Week in WoW: April 3, 2023

Each week we’ll look ahead to what’s in store for World of Warcraft, share the latest news, and keep you in the know byte by byte. Mark Your Calendars: Embers of Neltharion Goes Live May 2!

a year ago
Inside Azeroth: January 2018

What’s inside: Antorus, the Burning Throne Raid Finder wings 3 and 4 open, New Year’s Resolutions, Call of the Scarab, and more! Read on.

6 years ago
This Month in WoW — February 2016

The moon is waxing full and glorious over the Azeroth sky and love is most definitely in the air as we move into the month of February.

8 years ago
Pilgrim's Bounty

Each year, Pilgrim's Bounty commemorates those who have sacrificed their lives for the sake of others. The Alliance honors the memory of all the fallen, but most especially Uther Lightbringer. The Horde also remembers those who have fallen, with special emphasis on the memory of Grom Hellscream. Be sure to sample the free food and drink served at the occasion.

10 years ago
Pirates' Day

Some years ago, Mark “Cap’n Slappy” Summers and John “Ol’ Chumbucket” Baur (the co-authors of the book Pirattitude) figured that being a pirate was such a fine thing that it should be celebrated. Their associate Dread Captain DeMeza thought that a capital idea, and Pirates’ Day was born.

10 years ago
Mammoths on Parade

There is nothing quite like a mammoth parade– the rumble of heavy feet stamping the ground in stolid purpose, shaggy dust stained coats swaying to and fro with every movement, shining tusks jutting out in defiance of any who would dare cross their path.

10 years ago
In-game Events Page Now Live

From weekly fishing contests to yearly recurring holidays with monthly carnivals in between, you never have to look far to find a celebration in World of Warcraft.

11 years ago
World Event – Battlefield: Barrens Preview

With the conflict heating up between the Horde and Alliance in Pandaria, both sides continue to seek the upper hand in this seemingly endless conflict. While the Alliance grows stronger amid the pressures of war, the Horde, under the weight of Garrosh’s command, continues to fracture.

11 years ago
Midsummer Fire Festival

Across Azeroth and Outland, brilliant bonfires have been lit to rekindle peoples’ spirits and ward off ancient evils. Each year, new guardians are chosen to watch over the sacred flames and ensure that they are never extinguished.

12 years ago
Children's Week is Here

Celebrated by both the Horde and the Alliance, Children's Week is a time for the heroes of both factions to give something back to the innocents of war: the orphans!

12 years ago
Noblegarden

Though its origins are steeped in druidic festivals from times long past, the current incarnation of Noblegarden is a contrast between ancient traditions and modern interpretations. While some races of Azeroth try to stay true to the original spirit of the holiday, others prefer a more lighthearted approach -- in essence, looking everywhere for festively decorated eggs and collecting the goodies found within. One tenet all can agree on is that the feast of Noblegarden is meant to bring communities together to share the joy of life and friendship.

12 years ago