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Picking a Server
Intro Fly-thru and Starting Areas
Name and selection circle colors
Fighting and Dying
Chat and Interface
Tips for New Players
Complete combined guide
Newbie instance guide
Beginner’s guide to professions
World of Warcraft servers are referred to as ‘realms’. A realm is a game world that exists only for the characters within it. This concept used to be more strict, but with modern changes introduced in the game players can sometimes interact with players from other realms (cross realm zones, connected realms, and others). Each realm is a complete instance of the game world, but has its own player characters who are tied to that particular realm. You should pick your realm based on where your friends are situated, but if you’re starting out alone there are some other aspects to consider in the decision.
1 Where are your friends playing?
2 What is you primary language?
3 Do you enjoy roleplaying a character?
4 What’s your time zone?
5 What’s the realm population?
6 What is the Horde/Alliance breakdown?
Where are your friends playing?
With each character your create, you can only fully interact with people on the same realm, and who are members of the same faction (Horde vs Alliance) as your character. You may create characters on many different realms if you like, but they will not be able support each other (e. g. swapping gear, money, supplies). Being able to move low level gear or transfer gold from a higher character to a lower character can make a significant difference in how fast that lower level character gets up to speed. The in-game mail system limits you to only mailing players on your current realm, and faction membership. However, you may still play with friends that aren’t on your realm by inviting them to join your party, you just won’t be able to do some things with them, like send them mail or trade items with them.
Remember, you are not forever locked into your realm decision. You can always start a new character on a different realm, and there is always the option of a paid Character Transfer. For a fee, you may move a character to another realm. The character will be unplayable while the transfer occurs, and a character can only be moved once every 3 days. For example: You have two characters named Bob and Alice, and you choose to move Alice to a different realm. She is not playable for a short while during the move, and cannot be moved again for 3 days once the move has completed. However your second character (“alt”), Bob, remains fully playable and can moved to the same or even a different realm at your discretion. However, moving Bob would require a second payment.
What is you primary language?
Realms are divided up by which language is primarily spoken on them. While you will not be banned if you do not fluently speak the other languages on the realm, you may feel more comfortable on a realm where the majority of players speak a language that you understand. You might also be interested in learning a new language during your gameplay, so it will be helpful to interact virtually with foreigners. In the US servers players can find english, spanish and brazilian portuguese speaking realms. The european realms cover a wider variety of languages: german, russian, french, spanish, italian, portuguese, and english. Asian realms offer chinese and korean languages. Oceanic realms are mainly for english speakers.
For a complete list of the realms and their language, visit this page.
Do you enjoy roleplaying a character?
Realms used to be divided into 4 categories: PvP, Normal, RP (Roleplay), and RPPvP; but with World of Warcraft: Battle for Azeroth this division has ended. Although these categories are still present in World of Warcraft: Classic, the current version of the game only divides realms between ‘Normal’ and ‘Roleplay’ realms. If being immersed in a fantasy world and roleplaying your character is important, or interesting, to you – roleplaying realms should be considered..
For more information about roleplaying, visit this page.
What’s your time zone?
Playing on a realm with a time zone similar to the one you live in means more people will be on around the time you’re going to play — assuming you play during peak hours (which varies but is usually between 6 p. m. and 10 p. on the realm during weekdays). This affects the game in several ways, some of which may not be immediately apparent or affect you until you reach higher levels.
A few of the ways your realm’s time zone can affect your World of Warcraft experience:
The number of people who are available for you to group with. If you are interested in endgame you may find that this is your most important consideration as you will want to be active around the same time that the people in your guild are raiding. Using the Dungeon Finder can alleviate this possible shortcoming somewhat.
The amount of buying and selling that is going on and the prices in the auction house (especially at peak hours).
The amount of competition for resource nodes that are out in the wild. The more people playing, the more might be looking for the same herb or quest mob that you’re looking for.
The number of opposite faction players who are around to engage with (especially if you are playing on a PVP Realm).
People who are usually unable to play during peak hours often try to play on a realm in a different time zone than the one they live in. If you tend to be available earlier than peak hours, you might want to look for a realm that is in a time zone earlier than where you live. Similarly, if you’re usually available later than peak hours, you may wish to play on a realm that is in a time zone later than where you live. This will generally maximize the number of people who are around when you are also looking to play.
What’s the realm population?
Each realm has a population listed on the realm selection screen. Each realm is characterized as having Recommended, Low, Medium, High, and Full population. Recommended realms are realms that Blizzard Entertainment feels will give a new player the best experience, while the rest are categorized based on how many players are currently logged into the realm. As these population figures may change throughout the day, you will want to decide on a realm at the time you would normally play, to ensure that the number accurately represents the population that you’ll be playing with.
You cannot create a character on a Full realm unless you already have characters on that realm. Full realms are deemed ‘full’ by Blizzard Entertainment and as such, their ‘full’ status does not fluctuate like a ‘high’ population realm’s might. There is no reason to wait until off-peak times to see if you will be allowed to create a character on a ‘full’ realm.
Full and some High population realms will frequently have wait queues during peak hours. This means you cannot log in to the characters on that realm until other people have completely logged off of that realm.
Each type of realm has benefits and drawbacks for new players.
Realms that are usually at “Low” population are often very welcoming of new players. The lower population means that there is a great deal of demand for new players on the realm, and experienced players will often be more willing and helpful in bringing a newer player up to speed than on other realms and may have more patience with new players in general. However, the realm’s Auction House will probably not have a very wide selection of items available to buy, and it may be challenging to find players to group with–particularly during off-peak hours. There is an extremely low risk of a queue to log into these realms.
Realms that are usually at “Medium” populations offer a compromise between extremes. Not much, if any demand, exists on these realms for new players, although they are usually not disliked either. These realms usually have a wide variety of items on their Auction House and finding other players to group with will not usually be a problem. Even at peak hours there is seldom if ever a queue to log into these realms.
Realms that are usually at “High” populations can be rather discouraging of newer players (and not just those who are inexperienced with World of Warcraft). These realms sometimes have queue times to log in that can range from a few minutes to an hour or more. While the Auction House is often full of items, and there are usually a lot of other players looking for people to group with, with a larger group of people often comes a corresponding increase the number of griefers, something that on Low and Medium population realms are at a relative minimum (though hardly non-existent).
Realms that are often at “Full” populations are much like realms at “High” populations, but even more so. Players on these realms may be expected to already be very familiar with how World of Warcraft classes play, as well as being fairly established on the server. Login queues will be at their worst on these realms. However, once you log in, the Auction House will be full of items at the most competitive prices, and there will be a vast number of players who you may be able to group with.
Although having lots of other players around can be useful when looking for others to play with, it can also present some problems. On higher population realms, competition over resources such as herb and mining nodes is far higher, which can provide a frustrating experience, and players may even have trouble finding important quest mobs that haven’t already been killed by other players. Additionally, the presence of so many players, especially in capital cities, can place a substantial strain on players’ computers. Those with lower-end systems may experience considerable lag and even frequent disconnections when surrounded by too many other players. In extreme cases, this can make the game almost unplayable for those with older or less powerful computers. Players with lower-end systems may therefore have an easier and less frustrating experience on lower population servers.
Blizzard Entertainment occasionally introduces new realms. New realms, instead of displaying population display the “New” status, which means the realm has just recently been put online and characters will be lower levels on average and the population of course starts very low. This generally means less resource competition and also a small economy so trading at the auction house will be reduced and prices will usually be quite a bit lower.
When these new realms are first populated, paid character transfers from other realms are not allowed. Everyone starts at level 1, but after a relatively short time there will be many hardcore players at the level cap and the endgame will begin to pick up from there. Down the road, there is also the possibility of entire high level guilds transferring to the realm, giving it a real kick start. After six months, paid character transfers will be opened up to the realm.
What is the Horde/Alliance breakdown?
While most realms have a relatively even-matched ratio, on some realms there may be a larger number of players on the Alliance faction than the Horde, or vice-versa. Imbalances in factions can be an issue for PVP, grouping up, or just trying to complete quests since sometimes you have to wait for quests to respawn. However, much of the importance of realm faction balance has been removed with the introduction of cross-realm zones in most areas.
Sites like show you the Horde/Alliance breakdown and other useful information (e. how many Horde players are online at 9pm) connected with choosing a realm. However, because these sites don’t have access to official population numbers and rely on largely on player reporting (via add-ons), they are widely regarded (including by Blizzard Entertainment) as inaccurate. Blizzard does not publish official numbers, but its representatives have commented several times that the numbers on population-measurement sites like sometimes have little relationship to the actual active population.
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Best Realms List – WoW Shadowlands 9.1 – Wowmeta
Welcome to our list of top World of Warcraft Realms to play on in 2021. If you ever wondered which Realm
should choose if you are starting, or in case you want to move servers, then this guide is for you.
We use algorithms and statistics to rate different servers by considering the number of active Raiding
guilds, community healthiness, Auction House activity, Raid/PvP progress, popularity, etc. We covered
from Americas & Oceania, Europe, Taiwan and Korea regions.
If you are unsure what type of realm you should choose, than we recommend choosing the “Raiding”
option, unless you want to focus specifically on either PvP (Player vs Player) or RP (Role
Playing) aspects of the game.
The realms are placed from the most recommended to less attractive (but still worth considering).
Americas & Oceania
Americas & Oceania: United States (English)
Alliance Raiding: Stormrage > Sargeras > Proudmoore > Dalaran > Kel’Thuzad
Horde Raiding: Area 52 > Illidan > Thrall > Tichondrius > Zul’jin > Mal’Ganis
Alliance PvP: Tichondrius > Sargeras > Stormrage > Kel’Thuzad > Proudmoore > Darkspear >
Horde PvP: Tichondrius > Illidan > Area 52 > Mal’Ganis > Bleeding Hollow > Sargeras >
Alliance RP: Moon Guard > Emerald Dream > Wyrmrest Accord
Horde RP: Emerald Dream > Wyrmrest Accord
Americas & Oceania: Brazil (Portuguese)
Alliance Raiding: Nemesis > Goldrinn
Horde Raiding: Azralon > Goldrinn
Alliance PvP: Nemesis
Horde PvP: Azralon
RP: Blizzard has not provided us with any US Portuguese RP realms, so you can check out
English RP realms.
Americas & Oceania: Oceanic (Australia & New Zealand)
Alliance Raiding: Frostmourne > Nagrand
Horde Raiding: Barthilas > Nagrand
Alliance PvP: Frostmourne
Horde PvP: Barthilas
RP: No Oceanic RP servers exist, see US English RP servers instead.
Americas & Oceania: Latin America (Spanish)
Alliance Raiding: Quel’Thalas
Horde Raiding: Ragnaros
Alliance PvP: Ragnaros > Quel’Thalas
Horde PvP: Ragnaros
RP: There are no US Spanish RP realms, please consider US English RP realms.
Alliance Raiding: Ravencrest > Argent Dawn > Outland > Sylvanas
Horde Raiding: Draenor > Kazzak > Twisting Nether > Tarren Mill > Ragnaros > Stormscale
Alliance PvP: Ravencrest > Outland > Sylvanas > Silvermoon
Horde PvP: Kazzak > Tarren Mill > Stormscale > Twisting Nether > Draenor
Alliance RP: Argent Dawn
Horde RP: Argent Dawn
Alliance Raiding: Antonidas > Blackmoore > Aegwynn
Horde Raiding: Blackhand > Blackrock > Thrall > Blackmoore > Eredar
Alliance PvP: Aegwynn > Blackmoore > Antonidas
Horde PvP: Blackrock > Eredar > Blackmoore > Aegwynn > Blackhand > Thrall
Alliance RP: Die Aldor > Die Silberne Hand > Zirkel des Cenarius
Horde RP: Kult der Verdammten > Die Aldor > Die Nachtwache
Alliance Raiding: Gordunni (Гордунни) > Galakrond (Галакронд) > Azuregos (Азурегос) >
Horde Raiding: Howling Fjord (Ревущий фьорд) > Soulflayer (Свежеватель Душ) > Ashenvale
(Ясеневый лес) > Galakrond (Галакронд)
Alliance PvP: Gordunni (Гордунни) > Blackscar (Черный Шрам) > Deathguard (Страж Смерти)
Horde PvP: Soulflayer (Свежеватель Душ) > Howling Fjord (Ревущий фьорд)
RP: Unfortunately, there are no Russian RP servers yet, so if you are interested in
Roleplaying, your best option is the above-mentioned EU English RP server.
Alliance Raiding: Dalaran > Hyjal > Elune
Horde Raiding: Hyjal > Ysondre > Archimonde
Alliance PvP: Archimonde > Dalaran
Horde PvP: Archimonde > Ysondre > Hyjal
Alliance RP: Kirin Tor > Confrérie du Thorium
Horde RP: Confrérie du Thorium
Alliance Raiding: Dun Modr > Tyrande > Exodar
Horde Raiding: Sanguino > C’thun
Alliance PvP: Dun Modr
Horde PvP: Sanguino
RP: No Spanish RP realms available yet, please take a look at EU English RP servers
Alliance Raiding: Well of Eternity (Pozzo dell’Eternità)
Horde Raiding: Nemesis
Alliance PvP: Nemesis > Well of Eternity (Pozzo dell’Eternità)
Horde PvP: Nemesis > Well of Eternity (Pozzo dell’Eternità)
RP: There are no Italian RP realms as of today, so you should try EU English RP realm
Alliance Raiding: Hyjal (하이잘) > Burning Legion (불타는 군단)
Horde Raiding: Azshara (아즈샤라) > Hellscream (헬스크림)
Alliance PvP: Hyjal (하이잘)
Horde PvP: Azshara (아즈샤라)
RP: Korean RP servers are not a thing yet, maybe US or EU English RP servers could work
Alliance Raiding: Shadowmoon (暗影之月) > Whisperwind (語風) > Arygos (亞雷戈斯)
Horde Raiding: Sundown Marsh (日落沼澤) > Crystalpine Stinger (水晶之刺) > Wrathbringer (憤怒使者) >
Alliance PvP: Shadowmoon (暗影之月) > Whisperwind (語風)
Horde PvP: Sundown Marsh (日落沼澤) > Crystalpine Stinger (水晶之刺)
RP: No Taiwanese RP realms exist; you can try US or EU English RP realms instead.
Frequently Asked Questions
What is the best WoW Realm to play on?
You should decide for yourself by looking at our recommendations above.
general, you should choose the one that is placed first, unless you have friends that
already playing on some other server.
Which WoW Region should I choose?
The best region is the one that is physically closest to you (so you can
have as little server delay as possible) and the one that uses language which you can
Normal or RP realm?
Choose RP realms only if you intend to participate in WoW Role-playing.
you are not sure, then go with Normal.
Top 11 World Of Warcraft Servers [ WoW Private Servers 2021 ]
This tutorial explores and compares the Best World of Warcraft (WoW) Private Servers to help you select the suitable WoW private server:
World of Warcraft is a 16-year-old video game that is still popular among the gaming community. It is a Massive Multiplayer Online Role-playing Game (MMORG) praised for its lore and gameplay. Players need to log into a World of Warcraft (WoW) server to play the game.
You can play the World of Warcraft game on the official Blizzard server or a private WoW server. Many people prefer private servers due to better gameplay and gaming experience.
What You Will Learn:WoW Private Servers ReviewFAQs About World of Warcraft ServersList Of Top Private WoW ServersComparison Of The Best WoW Servers#1) WoW Circle#2) Ether Side#3) RetroWoW Insta 60#4) WoW Mania#5) Unlimited WoW#6) WoW Freakz#7) Sunwell#8) TwinStar-Apollo II#9) Tauri#10) Frostmourne WoW#11) Panda WoWConclusionRecommended Reading
WoW Private Servers Review
In this tutorial, we will review and compare the best private WoW servers. You will also read about commonly asked questions about the World of Warcraft private servers for playing the popular MMORG.
Fact Check: The official World of Warcraft subscription had reached a peak of 5. 5 million in the year 2015. The number of subscribers is gradually decreasing due to the popularity of private free WoW servers.
Figure: World of Warcraft Official Subscribers [2015-2020]
Pro-Tip: Look at the population of the realm when selecting a private WoW server. To get the best experience, pick a server with a medium-sized community. Playing during peak hours with a high population will have long wait queues.
FAQs About World of Warcraft Servers
Q #1) What is a Private WoW server?
Answer: A World of Warcraft server allows people to play the popular multiplayer game online. Private WoW servers contain a copy of the Blizzard server-side game that is deployed in a private setting.
Q #2) Is playing on a WoW private server legal?
Answer: Blizzard terms of agreement prohibit the download of the server-side game. But it does not restrict users from playing the game online. You can play the game on private WoW servers without facing any legal problems.
Q #3) Can I get banned from the Blizzard WoW server for playing on a private WoW server?
Answer: Blizzard can ban players from its servers for playing on private WoW servers. But it cannot find out unless you tell others about it on the server.
Q #4) What is the benefit of playing on a private WoW server?
Answer: Many gamers don’t like what Blizzard has done with the game. With the private World of Warcraft servers, gamers can enjoy the classic version of the game. These servers often have better gameplay with new abilities and classes.
Q #5) What are the different types of WoW servers?
Answer: WoW servers are known as realms. Each server has different worlds, characters, and stories. There are four different types of WoW servers, i. e. Blizzlike (standard), PvP (Player vs Player), PvE (Player vs Environment, RP (Role Play), and RP-PvP (Role Play plus Player versus Player).
Q #6) Are private WoW servers free?
Answer: Most of the private WoW servers are free. You won’t have to pay anything to play the MMOG online. You can play the game online by downloading the game client for free.
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List Of Top Private WoW Servers
Here is the list of popular World of Warcraft servers:
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Comparison Of The Best WoW Servers
Review of the WoW private servers:
#1) WoW Circle
Players: Multinational (Russian and English)
WoW Circle is the most popular private WoW server. Players can enjoy different content including Cataclysm 4. 4, WotLK 3. 5, Mists of Pandaria 5. 4. 89, and Legion 7. 5. The best thing about the server is that the gameplay is not that different from the official Blizzard WoW server.
Multiple fun rates
Low ping with hardware in Central Europe
10 game world with hundreds of active players
Server Type: Bizzlile, PvP, PvE
Client Size: 49 GB
Population: 24, 921
Rates: Varies depending on the game (x1, x4, x5, x100)
Expansions: Cataclysm, Legion, WotLK, Mists of Pandaria,
Shop Items: Gold, characters, gear, level
Custom Currency: N/A
Migrate from other servers: No
Professions, Talents: Yes
Website: WoW Circle
#2) Ether Side
Players: Multinational (English and Russian)
Ether Side is a relatively new entry in the WoW servers. It is the first server optimized for the Battle of Azeroth (BFA). Players can raise their character level quickly with high points for quest and kills. The WoW private server has war mode (PvP) always on. The server is stable as compared to other WoW servers due to fewer players.
PvP always on
Raids, campaigns, dungeons version 8. 0
Optimized for Battle of Azeroth (BFA)
Server Type: Blizzlike/PvP
Client Size: 75 GB
Population: 120 – 500
Rates: x100 (x5 gold, x10 honor, x15 drop x50 quest, x100 kill)
Expansions: Battle of Azeroth
Shop Items: Gold, gear
Custom Currency: No
#3) RetroWoW Insta 60
RetroWow Insta 60 is a custom Vanilla server for WoW. The server supports classic Warcraft games. You can instantly level up to 60 for some dollars. The server features cross-faction battlegrounds, scripted instances, and PvP tokens. There are also PvP, PvE, and raid quests where you can level up the player.
Instant level 60
Server Type: PvP. PvE
Client Size: 4. 9 GB
Rates: Insta 60, x4 experience
Expansions: WoW Classic Vanilla
Shop Items: Gold, gear, enchants
Website: RetroWoW Instant 60
#4) WoW Mania
Free mount after level 10
Server Type: Blizzlike, PvE
Client Size: 19 GB
Rates: x1, x2, VIP: x4, x6
Expansions: Wrath of the Lich King (WotLK)
Shop Items: Gold, gear, vanity items
Custom Currency: PvP Token, Maniac, Transmog Token, VIP Token, Vote Token
Website: WoW Mania
#5) Unlimited WoW
Unlimited WoW is a private WoW server that supports a stable connection without noticeable delays. The server continuously updates the game, introducing new features. You can create characters with instant 255-level that can spawn in different locations. The game also has various NPCs, weapons, professions, and gears.
Start at level 255
Access over 80, 000 unique items
Each race can access all classes
Server Type: PvP, PvE, Custom
Client Size: 19 GB plus patch 63 MB
Expansions: Wrath of the Lich King
Shop Items: Gear, vanity items
Website: Unlimited WoW
#6) WoW Freakz
Players: Multinational (English, Romanian)
WoW Freakz is one of the oldest WoW servers that supports a large community. It offers a Buzzlike server experience making it the ideal alternative to the official WoW server. You can set the desired rate when setting up the account and also later in the game.
Server Type: Buzzlike, PvE
Client Size: 48 GB
Rates: x1 – x15
Shop Items: Gear, level, and vanity items
Migrate from other servers: Yes
Website: WoW Freakz
Players: Multinational (English and Polish)
Sunwell server is a stable server with thousands of players. This server supports a maximum character level of 80. You can boost the rate by inviting subscribers to the paid VIP membership. Administrators moderate the balance between different factions that makes the game playable and challenging.
VIP and Referral rates
Server Type: Bizzlike, PvP
Client Size: 17 GB
Rates: x2, Refer to a friend x3, VIP x4, x6
Expansions: Wrath of the Lich King (WoTLK)
Shop Items: Gold, vanity items, power leveling, and professions
#8) TwinStar-Apollo II
Players: Multiplayer (English, Czech)
TwinStar-Apollo II is a European-based WoW server that supports international players. You can experience a Blizzlike server environment.
The client is small, so you can download and start playing right away. They offer the servers free with no VIP account.
Gamers can set x1 and x2 rates to experience the authentic WoW experience. You can also set x3 rate for accelerated character development. Apart from visual skins, there are no shop items that will please players who don’t like pay-to-win servers.
Top European WoW server
Plenty of raids and dungeons
Server Type: Blizzlike, PvP
Client Size: 2 GB
Rates: x1, x2, x3
Expansions: Cataclysms, Vanilla, Apollo-2
Shop Items: Vanity
Website: TwinStar-Apollo II
Players: Multinational (English and Italy)
Tauri is a high-quality WoW private server. It has the least bugs among private servers, making the experience similar to the official server. The WoW private server supports two extensions consisting of different realms. The server supports excellent scripting and a vibrant community.
Two playable WoW extensions
Server Type: Blizzlike, PvE, PvP
Client Size: 26 GB
Rates: MOP: Tauri x1 rates – 1000 players; Evermoon x1 -1500 players; Warriors of Darkness -200 players; WoTLK: Crytalsong x1 – 3000 players, Burning blade x7 rates, Alaris: multiple rates
Expansions: Mists of Pandaria (MoP) and WotLK
Shop Items: VIP membership
#10) Frostmourne WoW
Players: Multinational (English and German)
Frostmourne WoW is a Europe based server with many fun features. The server allows a high rate of x15 that enables you to breeze through the levels. You can also start at level 80. There are many custom quests and realms.
The server supports custom PvE quests allowing you to create your characters. It also supports 1v1 and 3v3 arenas that are fun to play.
High Rates x15
Instant level 80
Server Type: Blizzlike, PVP
Client Size: 16 GB
Shop Items: Gears and vanity items
Website: Frostmourne WoW
#11) Panda WoW
Players: Multinational (Russian, English, Spain)
Panda WoW is a private server that hosts thousands of online players. The server is one of the best and stable private servers for MoP. While it doesn’t offer an authentic Blizzlike experience, the multiplayer gameplay is exciting.
You can select different realms and create a custom character or select an existing character. You can also choose quests and areas that are detailed and fun to play.
Server Type: PvP, PvE
Client Size: 12 GB
Expansions: Mists of Pandaria
Shop Items: Gears
Custom Currency: NA
Website: Panda WoW
WoW private servers provide a similar experience to the official Blizzard server. Some of these servers are more fun and exciting than the official server.
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If you want to play the MoP expansion pack, the best servers are Panda WoW, WoW Circle, and Tauri. The best private WoW servers for WotLK include WoW Circle, Ether Side, RetroWoW Insta 60, and WoW-Mania.
For the best Blizzlike server experience, you can select WoW Mania, WoW Freakz, and Tauri servers. The private WoW servers offer the same gameplay as Blizzard servers, but many consider them to be more fun and exciting than the original server.
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Frequently Asked Questions about what server should i play on wow
What is the best server to play WoW on?
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What is the best realm for WoW?
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What are normal servers in WoW?
Normal servers are best if you just want to have a good time leveling up and doing PvE content. While playing on these servers, PvP is entirely optional. That means you won’t get unexpectedly ganked by high-level players, but this also diminishes the social interaction of WoW.Jun 1, 2021