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World of Warcraft: Legion

Legion starts off with a string of impactful tragedies and doesn't pull any punches from there. Characters you've known since WoW's inception aren't safe. The demonic corruption of the Legion takes major lore heroes from the series' RTS days and turns them into tragic villains. Dragonflights--which have been on the decline since Cataclysm--reach death's door. When hostilities between the Alliance and the Horde heat up again, it happens for extremely personal reasons--and, for once, it doesn't seem like one faction makes an inexplicably idiotic decision that brings new life to their war. By the end of the expansion's basic PvE content, you're given a firsthand look at the mana addiction that ruptured elven society (and invited the Legion to Azeroth in the first place).