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Poster: Antisocial at 7/22/2006 1:32:40 PM PDT
Subject: Character Transfers, help
   So heres the situation:

Back before paid character transfer you use to allow server transfer from overpopulated servers. At one point you allowed for people to transfer from the Zul'jin server to the Eitrigg server. I decided to do it. When i got to the eitrigg server I hated it. Was nothing like a clean start like i was looking for and so I rerolled a horde character on another server. Recently I've been missing playing with the people I started out with and been spending the days my horde guild doesn't raid on the Zul'jin server just talking and having a good time. Here's where the problem comes in. Currently you can not transfer to Zul'jin. I would really love it if i could move my druid back to the Zul'jin server. It wouldn't affect the population since im already and active member of the server and i'm more than willing to still pay the 25$ fee. I've searched for a way to ask if this is possible but all the FAQ points me to is the billing department...

Can you give me a number/e-mail i can contact to see if it would be possible to get my druid back on the Zul'jin server?
Poster: Caerrus at 7/22/2006 1:36:24 PM PDT
Subject: Re: Character Transfers, help
   If you would like to see Zul'jin become an eligible destination realm, please post on the Suggestions Forum. Until the population of the Zul'jin realm reaches the point where it becomes eligible for incoming transfers, it will not be possible to transfer a character there. We do not currently have an estimate for when this may occur, and the Game Master staff (in-game or here on the Customer Service Forum) will be unable to assist you in this matter. I'm very sorry for any inconvenience this has caused and appreciate yor patience, Anti.
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