Obviously if you were to offer this sort of deal, it should be a limited time thing.
Just a thought...
The current plan is to give out one free faction change voucher per game-account(?) when the cross-faction is removed.Shammyspice wrote:I'm curious what would happen with cross-faction play if/when there's enough of a population to separate again. Wouldn't that cause a lot of people who are collaborating as horde/alliance right now to have to re-roll to all be the same faction if they wanted to continue playing together?
Just a thought...
Most of the guilds already have a 'faction' assigned to them. Only shamans or paladins are characters that 'have to be' of the other faction. All other classes can be from the guild's faction right now.
Do they intend to continue to allow both factions on a single account? Because otherwise that could get pretty tricky. Say you had 4 alliance toons, and you were only allowed to transfer one, they couldn't send mail to each other.MerelyASetback wrote: The current plan is to give out one free faction change voucher per game-account(?) when the cross-faction is removed.
And that's before you consider the fact that most people have more than one toon in a guild. Doesn't seem fair to allow one to move with the guild, while the others can't.
I'd prefer cross-faction guilding/grouping to remain in effect indefinitely. If that's really not an option, then the only fair way to do it is to allow an entire account to switch sides.
Cross-faction mail (and accounts) will still be a thing (as it is on the main realm). Only cross-faction grouping, guilding and chat will be lost from Primal's pov, I assume.candre23 wrote:MerelyASetback wrote: Do they intend to continue to allow both factions on a single account? Because otherwise that could get pretty tricky. Say you had 4 alliance toons, and you were only allowed to transfer one, they couldn't send mail to each other.
Cross faction will be available until TBC launch then everything will be split as it was on retail except AH and everyone will be able to set character customization free of charge.Roel wrote:To prevent confusion, character customization is enough for just gender change but faction change is required to change from nelf to belf. Although we will provide one free faction change when we launch TBC.
Klick17 wrote: ↑12 Jun 2017 06:41Primal wow is a progressed realm, although the server itself is truewow, people just have the option to play on primal wow as it is progressed and updated by the server staff/administration, and the players also have the choice to play on the truewow realm which is Full LK version, So just play on the 2 realms and whichever of the 2 you like more than the other, play there, but also be respectful enough give the other realm a chance to play on instead of hating it, this way you can switch from the 2 when the other realm is offline for a restart or even an update.!
i know this is an old post, but why doesn't the staff release Wotlk on primalwow and merge it with the old realm.
there is litterally nothing to do on both realms with the current population.
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i know in the weekend its a tad higher but still not enough to do rdf's or rhc's let alone raids lol.
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