When dealing with a long-running MMO, it’s easy to sort its history into eras based on expansions. But it’s also good to remember that those eras are continually shifting. Case in point: EU players have been playing World of Warcraft post-Mists of Pandaria longer than they were playing before Mists launched, and North American players aren’t far away from that same milestone. That means some other milestones are even further in the past, and it also means that you’ll have to recognize Pandaria being in the game longer than… well, longer than not, basically.
If that’s far too reminiscent of your own mortality and an awareness of same that you scrupulously work to avoid, we understand. Here, let’s settle down with some maps, how about that? Nice, high-detail cartographic maps of the Broken Isles, Kul Tiras, and Zandalar made by Sturmbart. They’re very pretty and an excellent does of verisimilitude. Take deep breaths.
More maps! Azeroth is nearly complete! All single maps are done, next up is a new complete map of Azeroth.🔥
— Sturmbart the insane (commissions closed) (@Sturmbart) July 19, 2020