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Topic # 106807 31-Jul-2012 21:40

Whats the best wow realm for NZ Time zone i also want one to have good population also PVE if possible.

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  Reply # 665542 1-Aug-2012 16:17
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Any oceania realms are fine...

I'm on Barthilias and have characters on Frostmourne too.

The realm time is in Australian time (not sure which area) but its about 2 hours behind us I think.





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  Reply # 665546 1-Aug-2012 16:21
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It depends on when you want to do things. I play on a US west coast server (Bronzebeard) because that way I can raid in the daytime and don't need to stay up into the middle of the night (and Oceanic realms didn't exist when I started!). Some of our raids go past midnight on the east coast but are still in the daytime here.

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 665574 1-Aug-2012 17:08
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Tichondrius US realm

I'm on there one of the only warriors on that realm that is getting Glad title end of season. Took me 6yrs to finally get Gladiator! lol




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  Reply # 665857 2-Aug-2012 08:07
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Frostmourne and Bathilas are pretty common choices. Some say Gundrak is noob friendly.

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  Reply # 673381 16-Aug-2012 16:35
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Gundrak is a dead realm, barthilas for oceanic, blackrock for US, as far as NZ players go

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  Reply # 674345 19-Aug-2012 18:46
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I'd avoid Frostmourne unless you like a lil' friendly pee vee pee. :) Barthilas is PVP too. Saurfang was alright last I checked - at least on the Horde side.




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