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Mar 23rd 2012 4:21PM Say you have one Battle.net account with two or more World of Warcraft accounts, are you able to send a scroll of resurrection from your own Battle.net account, to that same email address and use the scroll of resurrection on one of the other inactive World of Warcraft accounts under the same Battle.net account?
Feb 20th 2012 6:56PM Also, if you are hesitant to give out your email address (which I can totally understand, especially if it's a work email, or personal email, etc.) and you are just waiting until Battle Tags come out, why not create a separate email address just for your WoW account? Gmail, Yahoo mail, etc., those are free. It also will cut down on any WoW-related spam you might get too. I do get the occasional WoW related spam in my WoW email account.
If you think about it, getting a "disposable" email address just for your WoW account is a bit like having a Battle Tag, in a way. And really, if you want to cross-realm raid, you could give out your Real ID, and then later on you might change your mind. You can always disable Real ID in Battle.net (which will delete all your Real ID friends) and change your email address to something else.
Feb 20th 2012 6:48PM I am a member of Twitterland Raiding, and they do NOT ask you to add your Real ID ever. It's up to the user (YOU) to do so. Obviously, you can't cross-realm raid without giving your Real ID to at least the raid leader. But, I ran Heroic ICC with them last weekend, and I had an absolute blast! Thank you very much WoW Insider for pointing me to them in your other article. :)
Feb 15th 2012 1:33PM There's an iPhone app called "WoW Realm Checker" which you can use to get a push notification when your server's status changes. It's Free.
There's another iPhone app called "WoW Realms" which does the same thing, but it costs $1.99.
There may be others, but these are the two that I found.
Feb 15th 2012 1:29PM @Discolando: http://twitterland.enjin.com/ might be just what you are looking for. :)
Jan 30th 2012 1:25PM Lisa:
Thank you for the Spectacular Death shout-out! We are still going strong over here on US-Llane. For a long time, I had the exact same issue that "LFG" is having, not having a 'home' on World of Warcraft. A while ago I stumbled across SD, and immediately fell in love with the guild, guild leader, and everyone in it. We do all sorts of fun (and sometimes serious) things and "LFG" sounds like a great fit to our guild. If he's reading this, we can be found over at: http://www.spectaculardeath.net/
Jan 12th 2012 12:07PM Question for the queue:
For the folks that don't like using name plates (I use them, but this question just popped into my head), how will you be able to tell the difference between an Alliance Panderan and a Horde Panderan? Especially in a place like a large battleground area, or world PvP? Will there be a way to tell them apart? It seems like a neat idea, being able to pick between Horde and Alliance, but it seems like it could be abused a bit by some meanies, to trick someone into thinking you're on their side. Right now, it's merely a quick visual thing, hey that's a Tauren, he's Horde, or hey, that's a Draenei, he's Alliance. Seems like it won't be that as easy as that when we have Panderans on both sides.