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Topic # 89941 12-Sep-2011 10:52
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I want to play in a crowded server, and also balanced..

http://www.warcraftrealms.com/realmstats.php?sort=Total

but i also want to play where there are few number of noobs.. Since when I played last time, I was the only one walking around in noob cities..

Stormreaver seems to be good..? Right? 

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  Reply # 519984 12-Sep-2011 14:40
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You would be most likely better off picking one of the oceanic realms.

http://www.wowprogress.com/realms/rank/oc

That shows realm progression as well as max level population and faction balance.


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  Reply # 520589 13-Sep-2011 18:31
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Ticondrius US- few kiwi guilds (Alliance side = mature players, the horde side mainly ranting angry kids)

Dreadmaul (Ocenic)

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  Reply # 520678 13-Sep-2011 21:11
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I recently started playing again (the free lvl 20 cap lured me back), cant remember which server I joined (think was an Oceanic AU one going by the time) but was surprised that all the zones I could access were empty of life.... spoke to a friend who has been playing for a few years and he said all zones on all servers are empty unless youre visiting the lvl 60+ areas.




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