Get out or split: WoW free transfers on overloaded realms

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Get out or split: WoW free transfers on overloaded realms
Sister site WoW Insider has been doing a stellar job this week with all the World of Warcraft: Burning Crusade news -- and there has been a lot to cover. With many addicts gamers returning to WoW following detox a sabbatical, servers have had stability and population issues. The problem is quite apparent given realm queues and Blizzard is implementing free server transfers for certain realms.

Server transfers normally cost $25, so when any company does something they'd typicaly charge you for free, well then you know they got an internal mess to fix. For the servers having free transfers (list after the break), if enough of the population does not transfer the Hand of Kaplan will come down and swiftly split the overpopulated realms. So fellow WoW junkies, if you don't emigrate off the server and take one for the team, they may make you do it anyway. Speaking of WoW junkies, notice how members of the Joystiq staff never even wrote their pieces about the midnight launch -- from four days ago!? Hopefully we'll fix that by this weekend ... after we get some sleep -- if we get some sleep.

Destination: - The Scryers, RP - Pacific

  • Feathermoon
  • Silver Hand
  • Scarlet Crusade
  • Argent Dawn
  • Shadow Council

Destination: - Area 52 PvE, - Eastern

  • Icecrown
  • Stormrage
  • Gilneas
  • Bloodhoof
  • Lothar
  • More transfers after the jump.
Destination: - Blade's Edge, PvE - Pacific

  • Draenor
  • Dragonblight
  • Shadowsong
  • Uldum
  • Cenarius

Destination: - Zangarmarsh, PvE - Mountain

  • Perenolde
  • Whisperwind
  • Azjol-Nerub
  • Thunderhorn
  • Terenas

Destination: - Azuremyst, - PvE Pacific

  • Proudmoore
  • Kilrogg
  • Lightbringer
  • Uther
  • Hyjal

Destination: - The Underbog, - PvP Central

  • Sargeras
  • Illidan
  • Auchindoun
  • Skullcrusher
  • Mal'Ganis
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