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1-30-2012 @ 9:20AM
Many people would be surprised at how many WoW players live close to them, work in the same building, go to the same events. Mention something about your guild search on Facebook or any other form of social media you're attached to and you may find the perfect guild match.
1-30-2012 @ 11:26AM
On the other hand, with two factions and over 200 realms, there's only a 0.25% chance of two players that meet in real live being able to play together without one of them having to spend real money on a transfer or having to re-roll.Unfortunately, for me, the fact WoW segregates players in a few hundred servers and two factions, plus the fact server and faction transfers cost real money and have cooldowns, makers WoW almost useless for playing with real life friends.
1-30-2012 @ 1:18PM
@DarkWalker: Actually with the RealID feature, you can run dungeons with 50% of your life friends (same faction). No need to spend money at all. Next patch and you will be able to do Raid Finder raids as well.
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