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Warcraft Art Updates

New Warcraft Fan Art
We have twenty-one new pieces of fan artwork. Would you like to share your artistic talents with the community? Submit your fan art today!

Legion is Coming by Joey Julian

Kill them all! by Дф (TheOnlyOneoneone)
Sylvanas by Mery Laura

Sylvanas Windrunner by 高志平
Sylvanas recuerda by Fernando Rocha (Espantaniñas)

Sylvanas by Ilya Ozornin (ozornin)
Queen Banshee by Pierre Dupiat (fatal-failure)

The Dark Lady by Jimi Hänninen
The Dark Lady by Alexandra Minns (Zynthex)

Slyvanas by bob 陈宣含(迪塞斯特)
Sylvanas Windrunner by Sanjin Halimic

Previous and present by Leopardman
Sylvanas Windrunner by Shenyuan Guo (Xiaoshen)
Transitioning: Lady Sylvanas Windrunner by Mischiart

Yrel by Mhezzo

the Light by Richelle Rueda (FireCatRich)
Profeta Velen by ianfandhrs

Yrel by Mhezzo
I am ready... by Senetay

New World of Warcraft Comics

Last but not least, we've gathered two comics submitted by Brian Christy Burke and Emily Brower.

Send us your comics by the end of each month to be considered. Don’t tarry; eternal fame for your art are only a few panels away!

Watch Cup 3 of the NA Arena Qualifiers VoD Now!

The Road to BlizzCon is back! Registration has closed and the teams competed in Cup 3 and as part of the North American Qualifiers for the 2016 World of Warcraft Arena World Championship.

Saturday held the Round of 8 in this Qualifier, with a total prize pool of $6000 up for grabs, and the top two teams advance to the Americas Regionals later this year. This is the last of the three Cups that made up the North America Qualifiers.

MLG has everything else you need to know on their Gamebattles site, and don’t forget to follow GCDTV on Twitter for all the latest information on the Road to BlizzCon.

New Comic: World of Warcraft: Legion #3—"Highmountain: A Mountain Divided"

As the Burning Legion advances across the land, the chieftains of Highmountain gather for a momentous summit. An ancient artifact, the mystic Hammer of Khaz'goroth, may hold the power to protect their territory, but will betrayal threaten the tribes from within?

We invite you to read and download the free comic here or through Dark Horse Comics, Kindle, or ComiXology. You can also experience the action and sound of this tale through the Madefire motion book, available on desktop, mobile, and Apple TV.


Written by Robert Brooks and illustrated by David Kegg, "Highmountain: A Mountain Divided" is the third in a series of comics leading up to the Burning Legion's invasion of Azeroth.

Robert Brooks is a senior writer on Blizzard Entertainment's Creative Development team and has worked on various projects for Blizzard's game franchises, including the World of Warcraft: Warlords of Draenor comic "Blackhand" and the Mists of Pandaria faction short story "The Untamed Valley."

David Kegg is a San Diego–based concept artist and illustrator who has worked for top AAA studios and production houses. Visit his portfolio on ArtStation to view more of his work.

Preview: Demon Invasions

There’s a World of Warcraft: Legion pre-expansion patch coming soon, and that means a great number of changes and improvements will be finding their way into the game. We’ve recently outlined several reasons to get ready for it all here and here.

Today, we’d like to take a closer look at the some of the content that will be coming to Azeroth in the weeks after the pre-expansion patch.

Incursions and Diversions

Around the second or third week of August (no later than August 17 globally), after you’ve had time to play around with the patch and get a feel for the changes, some angry invaders are going to start dropping out of the skies over Azeroth.

You’ll be able to identify where the invasions are currently happening by looking at your world map. As quickly as you can, head out to the zone that’s under attack and lend your aid to the defense of Azeroth.

Each demon invasion takes place in four stages, and each stage ends with a reward of Nethershards—and sometimes a chest. That means it’s always a good time to rush out and fight the Legion.

A week after the invasions begin, the Legion’s assault will begin to intensify. Then, a week after that, the demonic onslaught will intensify even more, increasing your chances to complete the event-only achievements Stand Against The Legion (for completing one invasion) and Defender of Azeroth: Legion Invasions (for completing invasions in all six locations).

Loot Intensifies

When you participate in demon invasions and receive Nethershards, take note of them. Collect enough, and you can spend them on all sorts of transmogrification armor (there will be four ensembles available: cloth, leather, mail, and plate), new pieces for your neck, fingers, back, and trinket slots, as well as the event-only Felbat Pup battle pet, among and other useful items.

Speaking of weapons, you’ll always want to loot the stage 2 and stage 4 bosses in demon invasions, as they have a chance to drop one of 16 event-only weapons, such as Fel Barbed Spear or Hellfury Longbow. At item level 700, these weapons might be more than a transmogrification collection item for you—they might be the perfect thing to pick up and swing at the face of the nearest demon!

Remember to Share

One more item that we’d like to tell you about is a new toy that will be available during the Demon Invasions: the Pocket Fel Spreader. It’s not actually a good idea to leave it in your pocket, but it is a great idea to figure out how to obtain one of these tainted trifles—because this may be your only chance.

For Azeroth!

Legion Beta Key Giveaway

The Burning Legion has returned, and Azeroth needs its most valiant heroes for a defiant last stand at the Broken Isles. If you’re ready to answer the call to arms, be sure to take part in our World of Warcraft: Legion beta key giveaway (in case of issues with the form below, please click here to open the form in a new tab)!

Simply complete our official entry form above by Wednesday, July 20 for your chance to win one of 2,400 keys granting access to the Legion beta test*. If your entry is successful you will be redirected to the Battle.net Shop after submitting the form. For more information about how to participate, check out the giveaway rules. For Azeroth!

*Winners will be notified within 10 days of the giveaway closing.

New Silence Penalty Coming to World of Warcraft

World of Warcraft offers many opportunities to engage with other players in a variety of ways and to help support positive experiences in these engagements we wanted to inform you of a new silence penalty we will be implementing with the pre-expansion patch for Legion. Depending on the type of report, players who are found to be abusive in chat or engage in inappropriate chat behaviors may be silenced from engaging in certain ways within the game.

The Silence Penalty

Following the Legion pre-expansion, any player who is reported multiple times under the Spam or Abusive Chat categories will, after investigation, receive an account-wide silence penalty. While this penalty is active, the silenced player will find that their ability to chat with others is greatly limited.

Silenced Players Are Unable to:

Silenced Players Are Able to:

  • Talk in Instance Chat (Raid, Party, and Battlegrounds)
  • Talk in global channels that are auto joined (such as General or Trade)
  • Create Calendar Invites/Events
  • Send in-game mail
  • Send Party Invitations
  • Send War Game Invitations
  • Send Invitations to Duel
  • Update a Premade Group Listing
  • Create a New List for a Premade Group
  • Whisper to friends (both WoW friends and Battle.net Friends)
  • Reply to Whispers from Non-friends
  • Party/Raid Chat (with Invited Players)
  • Create Parties and Raids
  • Talk in Global Channels that have a moderator
  • Share Quests
  • Sign up for a pre-made group

The first time a player is silenced, their chat will be restricted for 24 hours. This duration will double for each silence penalty received after the first, and there is no maximum. This means that players who receive multiple silence penalties may find themselves unable to chat for a very, very long time.

Silenced players will be receiving a notification when attempting to send a message to a channel in which they have been restricted.

By using the in-game report tool to identify players who may be engaging in inappropriate interactions within the various channels, you’ll be helping create the type of community we all want to take part in.

Time’s Running Out

The Burning Legion is approaching, and the clock is ticking on several activities and rewards in World of Warcraft. If you haven’t completed these challenges or collected these items yet, there’s still time for one final rally before these opportunities vanish from the face of Azeroth!

Before the Launch of Legion

With the arrival of the World of Warcraft: Legion pre-expansion patch, two time-limited Feats of Strength will no longer be obtainable—Ahead of the Curve: The Black Gate, which charges heroes with defeating Archimonde on Heroic difficulty or higher, and Cutting Edge: The Black Gate, which challenges players to vanquish Archimonde on Mythic difficulty.

Also with the Legion pre-expansion patch, the Brawler’s Guild will be temporarily closing down, and Warlords of Draenor Challenge Modes will end. You’ll also no longer be able to start the quest line for your Legendary ring—and if you aren’t already on Chapter II or later, the quest will be removed from your quest log.

When Legion Arrives

When World of Warcraft: Legion goes live on August 30, the Legendary ring will become completely unavailable, any quest from the quest line will be removed from your quest log, and Crystallized Fel will no longer be obtainable.

As of the launch of the expansion, the Grove Warden moose mount will no longer be obtainable. However, players who have received their Remnant of Chaos by participating in a victory over Archimonde in the Hellfire Citadel on Heroic or Mythic difficulty but haven’t yet taken the Remnant to Moonglade will still be able to do so after the Legion launch.

On August 30, the Ironhoof Destroyer and Felsteel Annihilator mounts from Mythic Blackhand and Mythic Archimonde will no longer be guaranteed rewards—they will become rare drops instead.

Finally, Warlords of Draenor Mythic dungeon bosses currently have a chance to drop Heirloom trinkets that scale with you to level 110. These will no longer drop after the expansion launches on August 30:

If you haven’t yet accomplished all you’ve set out to do in Warlords of Draenor, now is the time to strike!

Pet Priorities: A Poll

Dozens of new battle pets are waiting to be captured in World of Warcraft: Legion, including almost three dozen wild pets that make up the Broken Isles Safari Achievement.

Our friends over at WarcraftPets.com have a rundown of all of the pet battle updates coming with the Legion pre-expansion patch. Check it out!

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