On Thursday, November 11 at 6:00 p.m. PST, we’re opening Season of Mastery realms for name reservation. This will give players several days to create their main character and coordinate with others before the Season of Mastery begins on November 16.
To prepare for name reservation, select WoW Classic in your Battle.net Launcher, and then ‘World of Warcraft Classic’ in the Game Version & Account list. Season of Mastery realms will appear in-game on a new ‘Seasonal’ tab in the WoW Classic realm selector.
During name reservation, you will be able to create a maximum of one character per WoW account. If you change your mind about anything after you’ve created your character, you can delete that character and create a new one on any available realm in your region. In this region, the initial realms for name reservation will be:
Location – Realm Name – Realm Type (NA Realms)
- U.S. East – Barman Shanker – PvP
- U.S. East – Jom Gabbar – PvP
- U.S. East – Shadowstrike – Normal
- U.S. West – Mutanus – PvP
- U.S. West – Nightfall – PvP
- U.S. West – Obsidian Edge – Normal
- Australia – Lionheart – Normal
- Australia – Swamp of Sorrows – PvP
Realm Name – Realm Type (EU Realms)
- Bonescythe – PvP
- Dreadnaught – PvP
- Ironfoe – PvP
- Kingsfall – Normal
- Quel’Serrar – Normal
Please note that for name reservation, each realm is configured to allow a limited number of total characters created,… Continue reading
Greetings, citizens of Azeroth –
The World of Warcraft community is second to none with the passion, love, and excitement you all show to the game. Player feedback impacts all aspects of the game, and with such a wide range of opinions, playstyles, and interests out there, gathering and understanding feedback is more important than ever.
To help further our efforts in this area, we’re introducing the WoW Community Council. This program will add another venue for communication between players and WoW developers. Our goal is to gather more detailed feedback on all aspects of World of Warcraft from players around the world with a wide range of backgrounds and interests.
Here’s how it works:
· Submissions are open to any player interested in taking part in the program.
· Once players are selected, they’ll be given the ability to post in a new discussion forum that is publicly visible to everyone.
o In this new forum, we’ll ask members to share their experiences and perspectives on anything in the game, and some topics may be started by Blizzard developers and community managers.
o Responses and updates from Blizzard will be posted there so they can easily be discussed by the entire community.
· A private discussion will also be setup for Council members to encourage direct interaction between members.
· Separate conversations between smaller groups of members and Blizzard developers will be encouraged to ensure players with differing perspectives are… Continue reading