New set of US Connected Realms Announced

Anne Stickney
A. Stickney|11.21.13

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New set of US Connected Realms Announced
A new set of US realms have been announced by CM Nethaera as slated for the Connected Realm service next week. Players on the following realms will have a scheduled maintenance on Monday, November 25, from 6am PST through 11am PST, during which the realm connections will be made. Keep in mind that the ending time listed is an approximate one -- if you're on the list below, be prepared for maintenance extensions if the connection process warrants it.
  • Azshara and Azgalor
  • Arygos and Llane
  • Cairne and Perenolde
  • Nathrezim and Anub'arak/Chromaggus/Garithos/Smolderthorn
  • Zangarmarsh and Hellscream
In addition to the November 25 connections, a list of realms have also been slated for connection on Monday, December 2. For a full list of those realms, as well as a list of future realms slated for connection, read on after the break.

These realms are scheduled for the Connected Realm service on December 2, from 6am PST to 11am PST. As with the connections mentioned earlier, be aware that the end time is an approximation.
  • Coilfang and Dark Iron
  • Fenris and Dragonblight
  • Icecrown and Malygos
  • Spirestone and Drak'Tharon/Firetree/Malorne/Rivendare
  • Ysondre and Magtheridon
Not on either of those lists? Well it just so happens that Blizzard also has a list of realm connections that don't have a date set just yet, but will be undergoing the realm connection feature in the future.
  • Andorhal and Ursin
  • Crushridge and Anub'arak/Chromaggus/Garithos/Nathrezim/Smolderthorn
  • Darrowmere and Windrunner
  • Quel'dorei and Sen'jin
  • Velen and Eonar
To keep tabs on the update schedule, including both maintenance dates and new realm announcements, be sure to keep an eye on Blizzard's official blog post regarding the feature. In addition to announcements of new realm connections, the post also includes a list of every Connected Realm created so far, so that players can easily check in and see if their realm is among those chosen for the feature.

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