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5-13-2010 @ 1:43PM
I'm looking forward to this. My whole family plays on one server that my dad had randomly selected for him, and it seems like all the decent raiding guilds start raid at what is a normal time for them on the West Coast, but is pretty darn late for me on the East Coast. It will be nice to still be able to chat with family should I transfer off the server, feel like playing my Horde girl, or want to take a break to play SC.One thing I'm confused about - is this replacing the friends list we have? Like, I have DudeGuy on my friends list now that I run heroics with, but I don't talk to him or know him outside the game. When Real ID drops, will I have to give him my email to still be friends with him on just the one server on one toon?
5-13-2010 @ 1:46PM
Nope, this is in addition to your pre-existing friends list. Your WoW-only friends will only see your current game information, but your RealID friends will see more stuff like your name and if you're on another server. Don't worry. This is building onto the existing friends list, not replacing it. :)
5-13-2010 @ 2:04PM
Ah, thanks for the clarification!
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