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thinking about checking it out.....

Discussion in 'WoW General Discussion' started by MadDogOA, Oct 29, 2007.

  1. MadDogOA

    MadDogOA Guest

    ive read the web sites, i am gonna give it a shot i feel. i have a question about realm selection. while i understand the types of realms, how do you know which realm has the best connection for you? i see there are a ton of them to choose from. ( waiting for client to DL, so not sure if pings are shown on a log in scren)
     
  2. Guest

    Guest Guest

    You probably won't find there's a lot in it, or that it will make a lot of difference to be honest.

    You may find 'busier' servers are slightly slower because of the increased work they are doing with a higher population.

    It's picking the 'type' of realm that is a far more important decision really.

    aj
     
  3. Bo Riddler

    Bo Riddler Guest

    I do not know how it is done but each time I start an account it seems to find/pick about 5 really good connections for me. Of course, you can go into the large list and find a certain server you'd like to have or just grab one of their recommended sites.

    Being from Colo you might do well as I do in Wyo on the West Coast servers.

    I play Kilrogg a normal server and Kirin Tor, a RP server.

    Let us know if you have more questions.

    Bo
     
  4. Dol'Gorath

    Dol'Gorath Grand Inquisitor
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    All servers are technically located in the same location but they all have fairly good connections. The only difference being some servers have different clocks [Est, Cst, Pst] never been able to figure out how to check the timezone from the server list myself but you'll easily notice the time and time zone via the in-game clock [Sun/Moon button on the mini map.]

    Have fun in WoW. =]
     
  5. Guest

    Guest Guest

    I play on Whisperwind and have a guild of very helpful individuals, the leaders of the guild all played on Great Lakes UO till two years ago, myself included. I still play UO but love the intereaction in WoW and the constantly changing makeup of groups etc.

    if I can help in anyway feel free to PM me
     
  6. You can go here to see a list of servers by datacenter/battlegroup/type/and timezone.
     
  7. DJTyrant

    DJTyrant Guest

    That's an awesome find on the WoW Wiki site, thanks for the information [​IMG]