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11-21-2008 @ 3:30PM
Has there been any word on when Blizzard will be letting up on the 'Only 1 Death Knight per realm' policy, or even allowing Death Knight creation on realms where you do not have a 55+ ? I ask because as it stands I have three realms I can create DKs on, and would like to create 3 separate DKs, however one of the realms is PVP and yes it's carebear to say this, call it what you will, but I enjoy the DK class so much that I just want to continue enjoying the mechanics without being ganked.
11-21-2008 @ 5:14PM
It's my understanding that your character information is saved separately on every realm you have characters on. There's no way currently for them to tell if you have a >55 on another realm when trying to start one on a new realm. You might be able to make one on a realm where you have high levels and pay for a transfer to another realm. I haven't done this but it seems like it might work.
12-06-2008 @ 7:47PM
Try creating a level one character on the realm you want your DK on, then making the DK. I can't remember where I heard this, but you might as well give it a try.
11-23-2008 @ 1:10PM
I did indeed try that, and it was a no-go, it stated I need a level 55 character on the server. I've given in, though, to playing on the pvp server again. It's not that I'm against open pvp completely, just that there are times, especially with the new class, that I really want to be able to enjoy the game around me without being jumped during battle lol. Thanks for the responses guys. :)
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