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10-21-2008 @ 1:37PM
I see two of my servers, Arathor and Turalyon, on the list. Since the new server is in Latin America, its suggested that the list linked above is US servers right? Or am I mistaken?
10-21-2008 @ 1:53PM
Yeah, these are transfers to latin servers (been up for a while). This doesn't seem to have much to do with population - at least 3 of those servers I am familiar with and are anything BUT high population.I'm guessing this is just an offer for people who speak Spanish/Portuguese to move to a server more in-line with their language.
10-21-2008 @ 1:57PM
This is correct - Quel'thalas has been a destination for free transfers for months now to encourage Latin American players who rolled on old realms before the Latin Realms were established. While there are english-speaking players on those servers, most of the trade chat and the like is in Spanish, so it's not much of an option for english speakers, unless you find one of the limited number of english-speaking guilds.
10-21-2008 @ 2:08PM
I see, makes sense in my opinion. Im very active on Turalyon, and ever since the patch we have hit map-wide lag/dc (ie BC map crashing, or Eastern Kingdoms) and for the last two days "Instance Server failing". Example: two nights ago my raid group couldnt get into ZA cause Instance server wasnt found. Same thing happened last night for SSC. Waiting a half hour, we got into both however since the patch things like this have become a bother. Hoepfully since its 11am now, they have tried to fix things....
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