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Connected Realms update for March 28

Anne Stickney
March 29, 2014
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The list of US realms slated for the Realm Connection service has now been updated with new information regarding upcoming dates for the service. Players on Borean Tundra, Shadowsong, Dreden, and Arathor may want to note that the scheduled dates for connection of these realms have changed.

The following realms have been scheduled for connection on Thursday, April 3.
  • Borean Tundra and Shadowsong
  • Dath'Remar and Khaz'goroth
Read on for the rest of the connections and dates.


The following realms are scheduled for connection on Thursday, April 10.

  • Drenden and Arathor
  • Nagrand and Caelestrasz
At the moment, the list of up-and-coming realms is as short as it can get. The two realms listed below don't currently have a scheduled connection date, but they've been added to the list of future realm connections.
  • Blackwater Raiders and Shadow Council

The realms below are still in postponed status -- players on these realms may want to keep an eye on any schedule updates in event that they are re-added to the realm connection list.
  • Alterac Mountains and Balnazzar/Gorgonnash/The Forgotten Coast/Warsong
  • Elune and Gilneas
  • Sisters of Elune and Cenarion Circle

If you're on a low-population realm, but not on the above list, keep in mind that realm connections are an ongoing process, and you may see your realm added to the list over the next several weeks. Also keep in mind that planned connections may change at any time, but Blizzard will keep us updated on changes -- realms may be added or removed from the list at any point in time. For the full list of realms that have been connected so far, check the official site.







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