World of Warcraft: Legion - Celebrate the Classes!

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WoW Legion Night Elf Demon Hunter JarreauWimberly by reauJoin us each day as artists pay tribute to the various classes from World of Warcraft to prepare for the newest expansion, Legion! World of Warcraft: Legion is loaded with features that will transform you into Azeroth’s elite vanguard against the shadow–as well as enhance your experience in other ways. Pre-purchase now!
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Join us as we celebrate the World of Warcraft classes and learn about the new Artifact Weapons available in Legion!

Artist: wlop

Featured Artifact Weapon

This greatsword was borne into combat by the barbarian warlord who first united humanity under a single banner, founding the nation of Arathor. A master tactician and strategist, King Thoradin went on to play a critical role in ending the Troll Wars. Later the sword was lost while it was being used to subdue a C’Thraxxi monstrosity in a forgotten tomb beneath Tirisfal. Abandoned and all but forgotten, Stromkar has been slowly drinking from the shadowy power there over thousands of years.


Artist: MartaNael

Featured Artifact Weapon

Aluneth was most notably wielded for a time by Aegwynn, the only female Guardian of Tirisfal, although stories indicate that it is far older than she. She is said to have found the staff roughly a century after she took up the mantle of Guardian, and to have wielded Aluneth in many battles against the Burning Legion. Several years before relinquishing her title, she retired the staff, but none know where she might have stored it.


Artist: Vablo

Featured Artifact Weapon

A powerful scepter created by Queen Azshara long ago, before her transformation into a naga. The scepter swirls with waters from the Well of Eternity prior to its corruption, granting the scepter great magical and restorative powers. The Scepter of Azshara was lost during the War of the Ancients, shortly before Azshara and many of her followers were swallowed by the sea. Taken up by surviving night elves who knew nothing of the power it truly held, it was buried with an unknown priestess in a family tomb in Azsuna, waiting to be discovered by someone that could unlock its true potential.


Artist: JasonTN

Featured Artifact Weapon

Shortly after the Cataclysm, Admiral Eliza Goreblade discovered a pair of ornately crafted cutlasses inside a recently unearthed wreck not far from Booty Bay. Though the origins of the blades are unclear, their power was not, as Eliza quickly made her name known pillaging countless ships across the Great Sea, none able to best her in combat. Rumors spread among pirates and sailors about the Dreadblades, the most common ones all agreeing that they are cursed, and that if they should ever stop being fed new victims, they’ll claim their owner instead.


Artist: syncmax

Featured Artifact Weapon

As one of the titanic watchers, Keeper Tyr bore this weapon in countless battles against the titans’ enemies. When one of his fellow keepers, Loken, fell to corruption, Tyr and his allies stole the Discs of Norgannon to investigate the extent of Loken’s betrayal. Discovering the theft, Loken sent horrific monsters after Tyr’s group, but Tyr sacrificed his life to fight the creatures while his comrades escaped with the discs. His hammer was lost with him somewhere beneath the land now named in his honor: Tirisfal.


Artist: JJcanvas

Featured Artifact Weapon

A proud heirloom of the Windrunner family, Thas’dorah was carved from a bough of the mother tree of Eversong Woods shortly after the elven kingdom of Quel’Thalas was founded. Handed down to the eldest of each generation, the bow was last wielded by the high elf Ranger Captain Alleria Windrunner. It disappeared along with its owner following the destruction of the orcs’ homeworld, Draenor, and the subsequent formation of Outland.


Artist: sandara

Featured Artifact Weapon

The first necrolyte to walk the world of Azeroth, Satiel, was given this scythe by the titan Sargeras himself. It grows in power as it draws souls from its victims. The Harvester earned its name as Satiel methodically drained all life from the hapless inhabitants of Deadwind Pass, creating a potent magical nexus there in the process. Hunting down Satiel, the Guardian of Tirisfal turned the scythe on her, sending her soul to join those of her victims. Eventually the Dark Riders recovered the weapon and secreted it beneath the tower of Karazhan.


Artist: muju

Featured Artifact Weapon

Obsessed with cleansing undead from the world of Azeroth, the fanatical Scarlet Crusade tried to create a second Ashbringer in the form of a staff. However, a dreadlord who had infiltrated the order intervened, interrupting their efforts and triggering a violent magical explosion. The damaged staff’s power proved nearly uncontrollable. After several wielders tried and failed to use the staff safely, the elite magi of the Kirin Tor hid it away lest it unleash further deadly calamities.


Artist: arvalis

Featured Artifact Weapon

Vampiric demons known as nathrezim forged this ancient sword, which brings with it violence, plagues, and death. Apocalypse soon earned a horrific reputation in the hands of a Tirisgarde mage who couldn’t control its destructive energies. In time the sword was seized by the malevolent Dark Riders: servants of Medivh, the corrupted Guardian of Tirisfal. They hid the blade in the catacombs under his home, the tower of Karazhan.

Featured Artifact Weapon

Long ago, as the titanic watcher Keeper Freya set out to populate the world with life, she placed one of the first seeds in Pandaria. From it grew Fu Zan, the first, and all of Pandaria’s forests descended from it. Before populating the rest of Azeroth, Freya fashioned a walking stick for her travels from one of Fu Zan’s branches. Eventually Freya passed her staff to the Jade Serpent, Yu’lon, who later gave it to a uniquely clever hozen. The Monkey King, as he was called, hung his most prized possessions from the staff, which he carries with him to this day.


Artist: anotherwanderer

Featured Artifact Weapon

This is a single branch taken from G’Hanir, the first tree, which was gifted to mortal druids by the demigod Aviana long ago. Its connection to the mystical Emerald Dream serves as a healing and stabilizing influence on the world of Azeroth. In recent times, druids have used this staff to hold back the corruption and madness of the Nightmare. As a result, satyrs within the Nightmare are desperate to see G’Hanir destroyed.


Artist: reau

Featured Artifact Weapon

These glaives belong to the former demon hunter Varedis Felsoul. Once a member of the Illidari and a sworn enemy of the Burning Legion, he was slain at the Black Temple. After the Legion’s leader, Kil’jaeden, revived him in the Twisting Nether, Varedis surrendered to the demon within him, forsaking his mortality. In the process, he and his glaives were infused with great power by Kil’jaeden’s eredar allies.

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DuskinrockDoesArt's avatar
Legion is a cool game, all i wanted to be is a Demon Hunter Worgen!
taffy122's avatar
I love Legion! Legion is love, Legion is life!
zeng20's avatar
I love legion so far XD I have a lvl 109 female blood elf warlock
LinkinPark9449's avatar
the art is incredible! I do favor the druid, hunter and priest one though ^~^
Rizafan203's avatar
These pieces are amazing, and so far, this expansion has been AMAZING. I only started playing during the end of Mists of Pandaria, but have been playing since. My husband got me into playing and I haven't looked back. With the new companion app for Legion, I'm on that more then Pokemon Go XD Since it allows for you to keep up with your Order Hall
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This is AMAZING!!!!!!! Awww like a gift for our eyes!!!! :heart:
DragonOfEvil's avatar
The warlock one is cool!
bossypuppy14's avatar
This is amaZING! WELL DONE
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Malintra-Shadowmoon's avatar
I do not play World of Warcraft, but the art is very well-done and great-style :)
TheHereticMike's avatar
A lot of the weapons look like shit. Like, throw away Color schemes. Some of them don't even match the class they are apart of. Warrior is missing a lot of good color schemes. Some should be swapped out, like the Mage's Fire Color scheme on one of their looks has the natural Paladin look...some how ended up on the Fire Mage. (It has a Tan/Bronzish type color scheme mixed with White Light).

I hope they take some of these fan's ideas and put them to use. Who ever the dev was for the Item's Color schemes and most of Burning Crusade should be fired. lmao
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man i wish i could even draw... But this! noice
Potatoes-r-ok's avatar
The priest is so adorable :3
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Can never figure out how people paint so realistically. Amazing.
CatCuddles's avatar
With blood, sweat and tears.
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