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9-04-2009 @ 4:11PM
i transfered my horde priest to Rexxar from Khadgar then faction transfered.I gave him up along time ago and missed him.
9-04-2009 @ 5:43PM
Yeah, I'm seeing a lot of people like that. They used to play one faction, then decided to re-roll and play the other. But still missing that one they abandoned. Now they have the chance to bring that character over and play them. It's not like they're really changing factions in that case because they're still playing the same one, just bringing an older one off the side they don't play any longer.
9-04-2009 @ 7:33PM
@zappo:That's exactly what it was for me. I had an Alliance toon that I abandoned. Now I'm really excited to play her again as a Hordling.
9-04-2009 @ 8:04PM
Yep! Same here. I started playing WoW with a friend and rolled a Human Pally. Leveled him up to 70 and then we decided to try out the Horde. Been there ever since. So happy that I didn't lose all the work I put into the Pally and now I can play her again! /joy
9-04-2009 @ 9:13PM
its funny, i want to do the opposite... i started out horde, levelled a bunch of characters, and a couple to 70 in bc, but then switched to alliance in wrath, because my main servers had an abominable queue, and i had a level 70 alliance druid on another server that i figured i'd play until the madness died down. Unfortunately (or maybe not), i REALLY loved playing her, so i ended up getting her to 80, then just kept on rolling alliance alts on that server.Now i've got 2 80's and two chars at level 74, along with a pile of alts swimming in heirlooms. But i really, REALLY miss the horde, and ideally i'd like to transfer at least FOUR of the chars i've levelled in wrath to horde, and then server change them to my old server. But at $220 US for that, it seems like it will be a long way off...
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