If the guild is fully formed, then just type in /gdisband to disband the guild.
If the guild is NOT fully formed, then you should be able to just delete the charter from your inventory normally.
First you log into your World of Warcraft account. Then select the realm that the character you wish to delete is on. Next click once on the character to delete, then hit the "Delete Character" button. It will ask you if you want to delete this character, if you do then type in the word "delete" and hit the accept button.
yes you can delete pck. files but this ca result in a failure of the game's mechanics and therefore the game.
Sure just delete your characters, and then remove the program via the Control Panel "Add/Remove Programs"
No you should not delete the World Of Warcraft Pack Files as that contains all game data and other important inofmation the only way you should delete World Of Warcraft Pack files is if you are uninstalling it forever, then it is fine but other than that It is not something you wanna do! c:
No. Blizzard does not delete accounts on World of Warcraft.
Sunda Zafrin is not listed as actually playing any characters in World of Warcraft, but she did voice acting for the World of Warcraft game, and is listed in the IMDB for it as well. It is not known what voices she did, as this was not released in the credits.
If you delete the program from your computer, then you cannot play the game. You need access to the client (program) in order to play. Your account however, is not deleted. It will be there when you decide to come back to World of Warcraft.
you ctrl-right click on it then drag it off the skills bar.
If you wish to quit playing World of Warcraft, simply enter your battle.net account and stop the subscription payments. Your account will close once the timer expires. This does not delete your account, but you won't be able to play. To delete the account entirely, you can find the option in your account, or by contacting customer support.
Some well known characters in World of Warcraft are: Archimode, Kazzak, Valeen, Iridi, Ishanah, Malygos, Soridormi, Merithra, Arygos, Dargonax, Modgud, Thunderaan, Garr, Alodi.
The game 'World of Warcraft' was featured in the 10th season of the show, and the episode was called 'Make Love, Not Warcraft'. The characters play the real life game, as available online.
no, it should automaticly become the full version
Only the Guild Leader can command such a thing! use the command: /gdisband