Midsummer Fire Festival

The Midsummer Fire Festival is here! People all over Azeroth light bonfires to celebrate the spirit of summer. Join in by honouring your own faction's fire, or if you're feeling mischievous you can desecrate the opposite faction's instead!

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The Glowcap Festival

Glowcap mushrooms are unique to Zangamarsh and used as currency by the Sporeggar. Taking place today only, the Glowcap Festival is a celebration of these strange mushrooms. Head to Sporeggar to join the sporelings and help Fshoo, the great glowcap, grow stronger!

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Inky Black Potion

The nights in WoW used to be a lot darker. When I started playing, I preferred nighttime just for the immersion and atmosphere. Some zones where even outright terrifying, such as Duskwood, where you couldn't see what monster were lurking in the shadows!

Luckily, it's now possible to relive the darker nights of Vanilla and bring back some of that atmosphere.

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Sunday Summary

Towards the end of this week I've found myself not quite knowing what to do in-game. Hopefully next week will shake things up, as there's a lot happening in-game! Here's a summary of things that will hopefully keep me and other players busy until next Sunday...

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Volunteer Guard Day

Today is Volunteer Guard Day, one of WoW's many in-game micro holidays. Citizens of Azeroth show their appreciation for the hard work guards do to keep them safe. To participate, /salute a guard in one of the faction capitals, and you might just find yourself volunteering to protect Azeroth for the day. What could possibly go wrong?

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Noblegarden is back! It's springtime in Azeroth, towns are overrun with egg-laying rabbits... AND PEOPLE WON'T STOP PUTTING BUNNY EARS ON BRYSSA. Oi, have you never seen a female dwarf before?!

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