Every week the Lore Watch podcast explores the story and lore of Blizzard titles including World of Warcraft, Diablo, Overwatch, or any other games that interest us. Join hosts Matthew Rossi, and Joe Perez for an in-depth look at the evolving stories of the games we all love.
Lore Watch Podcast 187: The lore of The Burning Crusade expansion
This week, Matt Rossi and Joe Perez explore the stories and lore behind The Burning Crusade, the past and future of the Illidari, and the possible connections between the Ethereals and Oribos brokers.
Lore Watch Podcast 186: The most unique story Blizzard has ever told
This week, Matt Rossi and Joe Perez explore the story that only Blizzard could tell, the idea of a vacation expansion, and the connection between the Titans and Eternal Ones.
Lore Watch Podcast 185: What kind of lore reset could come with WoW 2.0?
This week, Matt Rossi and Joe Perez explore what kind lore resets Blizzard could consider if they launched an entirely new WoW game.
Lore Watch Podcast 184: The lore behind Diablo Paladin, Crusader, and Templar classes
This week, Matt Rossi and Joe Perez continue their exploration of Diablo class lore, this time covering the Paladin, Crusader, and Templar.
Lore Watch Podcast 183: The lore behind Diablo Wizard, Sorceress and Druid classes
This week, Matt Rossi and Joe Perez focus this week's episode on digging into the lore of the Wizard, Sorceress, and Druid Diablo classes.
Lore Watch Podcast 182: The role of Sylvanas in 9.1
On this week's podcast, Matt Rossi and Joe Perez explore what side Sylvanas could take in patch 9.1, the nature of the keys the Jailer is searching for, and what is the goal of a certain lich in the Maldraxxus storyline.
I’m a big fan of the World of Warcraft lore, I just can’t stand the game. I like that these folks know so much about the world and story of WoW and are willing to share it. Honestly it feels like being at a lunch table with your best friends in college and needing out.
Be nice to Joe
Matt is so mean to Joe in the Night Fae deep dive episode. I wish he wouldn’t dismiss Joe so much and cut him off and make so many passive aggressive comments to Joe. It makes the podcast less fun.
Good Discussion. Host needs imrovement
With Anne Stickney taking a break, a lot more ground is being covered per episode because the hosts are able to get their thoughts out without being interrupted. I do miss the knowledge Stickney brought to the table but with her absence, this podcast is way easier to listen to. Matt Rossi also brings a wealth of knowledge to the table but needs to take a page out of host Joe Perez’s book and be less antagonistic, passive aggressive and confrontational. I love the content of podcast, I just hope they can fix some of the issues with the hosts.