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  • Blizzard continues to be telling stories differently during the last couple of World of Warcraft expansions, and this approach is likely to continue. That's in line with the devs speaking in the panel at E3 Coliseum today.

    For example, Legion introduced Battle for Azeroth's new allied races with several dedicated storylines. The new expansion will pick apart the unity forged through the battle from the Legion inside the two central high-stakes stories for that Alliance along with the Horde, and a lot of plot points from old expansions is going to be picked up and interwoven to the new story.

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    Community site Wowhead is keeping an eye on the panel, which featured senior narrative designer Steve Danuser, cinematic director Terran Gregory, senior writer Christie Golden, and ubiquitous voice actor Matthew Mercer.

    At the start of the month we previewed Windrunner: Three Sisters, the next and final comic ahead of the release of Battle for Azeroth. The story sees the iconic Windrunner sisters - Sylvanas, Alleria, and Vereesa - reunited, at the same time the trio are ridden with doubts about whether their wildly different lives and loyalties will overcome or their loved ones ties.

    By many measures, Legion is the most successful World of Warcraft expansion currently, as well as a radical about face fortune following the nadir that this long-running game suffered after Warlords of Draenor. It would make total sense if this describes a strategy to retain players that invested then by https://www.mmoah.com/warmane
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