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Updates about US Connected Realms

Sarah Pine, @ilaniel
October 29, 2013
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The list of successfully connected US realms is growing and it's getting to be an impressive size. Blizzard's most recent update includes a complete list of existing connected realms, plus a list of the next few realms up for connection. The connections announced earlier as being scheduled for October 28th have successfully been completed. There is as of yet no concrete schedule for the other batch of known connections, but Blizzard assures us that they will announce them as their dates are finalized. The complete list of existing connected realms is after the cut:

  • Aegwynn and Gurubashi
  • Anub'arak and Chromaggus/Garithos
  • Auchindoun and Laughing Skull
  • Balnazzar and Warsong
  • Black Dragonflight and Skullcrusher
  • Blackwing Lair and Detheroc/Dethecus
  • Blood Furnace and Mannaroth
  • Burning Blade and Onyxia
  • Chromaggus and Garithos
  • Dalvengyr and Dark Iron
  • Drak'Tharon and Firetree/Rivendare
  • Dunemaul, Maiev, Boulderfist and Bloodscalp
  • Hakkar and Aegwynn
  • Nesingwary and Vek'nilash
  • Rivendare and Firetree
The list of completed connected realms grows ever longer! And, of course, the connected quartet of Dunemaul, Maiev, Boulderfist, and Boodscalp isn't done, and is expected to be connected with Stonemaul in the next connection round. The next expected connections are:
  • Haomarush and Detheroc/Dethecus/Blackwing Lair
  • Stonemaul and Bloodscalp/Maiev/Boulderfist/Dunemaul
  • Tortheldrin and Frostmane
  • Winterhoof and Kilrogg
  • Gul'dan and Skullcrusher/Black Dragonflight
  • Lightning's Blade and Burning Blade
You can read the full blue post on the WoW official blog, and check to see if one of your realms is on the list.

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