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Free transfers and a new US realm

There was a ton of free transfers announced last night, hopefully some of this will have the effect of freeing up the long queues we've become used to lately.

In addition to the normal transfers, a large block of PvE servers have the option to get a free transfer to a new realm, Garrosh.

Garrosh is a PvE EST based US realm. It's been placed in the Emberstorm battlegroup.

Blizzard's announcement lists next Wednesday, January 14th, at 6:00 p.m. PST as the cutoff date for the transfers. However they will close the transfers early if they meet their internal quotas. Transfer early and transfer often. You can begin the transfers via your account management page at worldofwarcraft.com.

The complete list of eligible transfer realms after the break

Source A (PvP)
Thaurissan (Horde transfers only)
Frostmourne
Barthilas
Jubei'Thos

Destination A (PvP)
Gundrak (Oceanic)


Source B (PvP)
Kel'Thuzad
Skullcrusher
Arthas
Warsong
Burning Blade
Mannoroth
Bleeding Hollow
Magtheridon
Shattered Hand
Lightning's Blade

Destination B (PvP)
Tortheldrin (Eastern)


Source C (PVP)
Illidan
Emerald Dream
Sargeras
Dragonmaw
Stormreaver
Mal'Ganis (Horde transfers only)
Laughing Skull
Bonechewer
Burning Legion
Tichondrius
Destromath

Destination C (PvP)
Drak'Tharon (Central)


Source (PvE/RP)
Aggramar (Alliance Transfers Only)
Alleria (Alliance Transfers Only)
Argent Dawn
Azjol-Nerub
Blackhand
Bloodhoof
Cenarius
Dalaran
Doomhammer
Draenor
Dragonblight
Earthen Ring
Hellscream
Icecrown
Lightbringer (Alliance Transfers Only)
Medivh
Silvermoon
Whisperwind
Zul'jin

Destination (PvE)
Garrosh (Eastern)

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