This week, we explore the new lore introduced with the Uldaman: Legacy of Tyr 5-man dungeon that was just released as part of the Dragonflight prepatch phase 2. We also discuss what this means for Tyr and the Watchers.
This week, we explore the implications of the latest Dragonflight short and fall so far down the conspiracy hole we may never return!
This week, we explore the nature of the Titanforged, how a Psionic class would fit into WoW, and what storyline we would like to experience again as if it were new.
This week, we speculate wildly about the events surrounding the first Legacies short including how Galakrond came to be, the possible involvement of Tyr, and what this could mean for the Dragon Aspects in the upcoming Dragonflight expansion.
This week, we explore how many stories in WoW have been left in limbo as the next expansion brings in all new stories in all new places, possible secret motives held by Odyn, and if the Void Lords are actually The First Ones.
This week, we explore the concept of Elune as a Titan that has not yet awakened, the pantheon of death in Shadowlands as Titans that were killed before their world soul awakened, and if Azeroth really is the final Titan.
This week, we explore how all the magic systems in World of Warcraft can be traced back to the same source, the story behind the Stormrage name, and what story we would like to see if WoW were a single-player RPG title.
This week, we explore how Dragonflight fits into the Dawn of the Aspects stories, if Odin has secret plans for the dragon aspects, and how Shadowlands affects the Eternal Hunger of Death Knights.
This week, we discuss the new Cyberpunk: Edgerunners animated show on Netflix based on the Cyberpunk 2077 universe, what this mean for the game, and what we know about the newly announced game expansion. SPOILER WARNING!
Other warnings: Discussion about violence, despair, drug use, bodily harm, mental health.
This week, we explore the possible fate of Anduin after the events in Shadowlands, the connection between Azerite and the Naaru, and which expansion big bad had the best plan if not for us meddling raiders.
This week, we explore the story of She-Hulk, from her comic debut in 1980 through her multiple television appearances.
This week, we explore the interconnectivity of the old gods, titans, and dragons, if future WoW expansions should expand older zones instead of creating new ones, and the eternal question: Is Elune really a Naaru?
This week, we explore the possibility of Night Elf Paladins, the future of Tarecgosa from Cataclysm’s Blue Dragonflight storyline, and if Azeroth is Cthulu’s great-great-grandparent. We also delve into why storytelling about diverse cultures should include input from creators of that culture.
This week, we explore how divinity is handled in Warcraft, comics, movies, and TTRPGs including rising to godhood, replacing a god, and how it’s possible to kill a god. We even cover the divine in Spider-Man. It will make sense when you hear it, we promise.
This week, we explore the good, the bad, and the ugly when it comes to our favorite games and comics adapted to TV series and feature films. We cover the Warcraft movie, Moon Knight, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, and more.
This week, we explore rumors of who or who not in WoW may secretly be dragons, the history of the three candidates to rule the Black Dragonflight, and what other unvisited lands in Azeroth could still await us in future expansions.
This week, we explore ways Marvel could integrate mutant superheroes into the MCU now that they have the movie rights to the X-Men back after Disney’s purchase of Fox Studios. Also we talk about the concept of the anti-heroes in comics.
This week, we discuss the various groups within Warhammer 40k's Inquisition, the role of older women in World of Warcraft, and the possible resurgence of the Black Dragonflight in the next WoW expansion.
This week, we explore what happened between the dragons and the Scourge in WoW, how to run a D&D campaign in the Diablo universe, and tips on making your 5th Edition D&D setting cohesive and connected.
This week, we explore possible subplots we could see in the upcoming Dragonflight expansion, Uther’s attitude adjustment when sent to the Shadowlands, and artificial intelligence in Azeroth.
This week, we explore the how Blizzard has portrayed mothers and mother figures in their games from Adria and Lillith in Diablo to Moira, Alexstrasza, and Katherine Proudmoore in WoW.
This week, we explore the how Azeroth’s fathers have been used to advance the plot including Saurfang, Varian, Sylvanas’ father, Jaina’s dad, and more.
This week, we explore the impact of the Star Trek: The Next Generation two-part episode “The Best of Both Worlds”, how it represented TNG finally stepping out of the shadow of the original series to forge its own path, and the importance of the Star Trek universe to us personally.
This week, we explore the Emerald Dream’s relationship with the Shadowlands, the mystery writers behind the oversized tomes in the Guardian’s Library of Karazhan, and which world-ending entities might we be facing in the next expansion.
This week, we’re joined by EJ and Raven from Girls Gone WoW to discuss the story and lore impact of the new Sylvanas novel. Spoilers abound and adult themes, loss, death, gaslighting, self harm, and other sensitive topics included in the book are covered.