Proving grounds… Virtual servers… Flex raiding…
Man, looks like they’re really trying to improve peoples game lives, and give the community what they want.
Prepare yourselves for the backlash.
I don’t really understand what a virtual server is.
Are they finally merging all the RP realms or what?
Is this their work-around so they don’t have to say “merge”?
Players on the same Virtual Realm will be able to join guilds, access a single Auction House, join arena teams and raids, as well run dungeons or group up to complete quests.
It solves the name problem though.
I still don’t really understand. I’d like to ask them to re-word it or elaborate a bit, because I can’t tell if players will be able to just make separate realms or if realms will be “merged” or what-have-you, the way they’ve worded it is pretty confusing. Maybe that’s just me being word-challenged at the moment, though.
Say you have two realms: Jaina and Arthas.
Jaina and Arthas get merged into a single Virtual Realm:
- All the players on Jaina can join guilds on Arthas. (and vice versa)
- All the players on Arthas can see Auction House items posted on Jaina.
The two realms act as if they’re a single realm, but players on Arthas still connect to the realm Arthas, and players on the realm Jaina still connect to Jaina.
Apparently the GM has Jaina feels.
I made it up to the people in the dungeon by chain pulling.
Not just because of this (for any member of the Horde):
But there’s also this asshole:
Pretty much any Death Knight doing this has effectively just screwed themselves over.
I bet that’s what Jaina said.