US and EU Connected Realms update

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US and EU Connected Realms update
Realm list
Blizzard has announced new batches of connected realms for both US and EU servers. If your low or medium population realm isn't on this list yet, it will be soon as Blizzard has stated they plan on connecting all of these realms eventually. Starting with US realms, the next set of connections will happen on Thursday, January 9 during a maintenance from approximately 6 a.m. to 11 a.m. PST.
  • Bladefist and Kul Tiras
  • Nazgrel and Nesingwary/Vek'nilash
  • Nazjatar and Blood Furnace/ Mannoroth
  • Norgannon and Kargath
  • Stormscale and Drak'Tharon/Firetree/Malorne/Rivendare/Spirestone
  • Uldaman and Ravencrest
The following set of US realms currently have no date set, but should be soon afterward:
  • Antonidas and Uldum
  • Blade's Edge and Thunderhorn
  • Bonechewer and Aegwynn/Daggerspine/Gurubashi/Hakkar
  • Destromath and Azgalor
  • Jaedenar and Agamaggan
  • Shu'halo and Eitrigg
Hit the break for a list of upcoming EU realm connections.

EU Connected Realms

No specific date has been given other than "later this week" for the following connections:

English Realms
  • (PvP) Trollbane and Shattered Halls/Talnivarr/Chromaggus/Daggerspine/Boulderfist
French Realms
  • (PvP) Rashgarroth and Arak-arahm/Throk'Feroth
  • (PvP) Sinstralis and Eldre'Thalas
Spanish Realms
  • (PvE) Colinas Pardas and Tyrande
German Realms
  • (PvP) Gul'dan and Anetheron/Rajaxx

The following realms are scheduled to be connected next, but no ETA has been given:

English Realms
  • (PvP) Ahn'Qiraj and Shattered Halls/Talnivarr/Chromaggus/Daggerspine/Boulderfist/Trollbane
  • (PvP) Bloodfeather and Kor'gall/Burning Steppes/Executus
French Realms
  • (PvP) Cho'gall and Eldre'Thalas/Sinstralis
German Realms
  • (PvP) Festung der Stürme and Anetheron/Rajaxx/Gul'dan
  • (PvE) Nozdormu and Garrosh

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