Garrosh Hellscream is really a nasty orc, but don't insult his father. He gets meaner.
Blizzard has been pushing out more and more details on the upcoming 5.4 Siege of Orgrimmar update, including a look at all the class changes, and the new Timeless Isle. But a new trailer released today shows how the Vale of Eternal Blossoms in Panderia gets a makeover that won't win any home & garden awards.
In the video, Orc leader Garrosh Hellscream brings an item to the vale with the intention of duming it into the water supply. Enter a panderan monk, who apparently knew Garrosh's father, and a nice little battle ensues between the two. I won't spoil it, but lets just say if the monk wins, there will be no need for an update. Right?
Enter the world of Azeroth and battle against the Alliance of humans, dwarves and night elves or the brutish orcs, trolls and undead of the Horde. World of Warcraft has a very large community of players with hundreds of servers and a myriad of endgame pursuits from raiding dungeons, questing, achievement hunting, PVP arenas, and now pet battles.
Hellscream invites the all the races of Azeroth to a Sha coming out party, and no need to leave your hate and anger at the door. But, be warned: You will be forced to endure Hellscream's melodramatic speechs, such as "all who challenge me will burn in the fires of my hatred."
OK, thanks for that.
We know the PvP season ends on August 27, and a tweet by WoW PvP designer Holinka indicated the end of the season and patch will be simultaneous. There is nothing official yet from Blizzard, but it seems you should mark your calendars for a huge patch on that date. Get ready to start making changes to the way you play -- and plan to give Hellscream a nice kick in the butt as well.