By buying a copy of World of Warcraft sold in an American store. Note that you will suffer from worse lag, and you may find the world a lot emptier because of the time difference.
Technically, private servers are illegal for World of Warcraft. Nevertheless, many people still play on private servers.
One can find a complete list of Word of Warcraft servers, on the online site called "Wowwiki". The list includes servers from all over the world including the United States, Canada, and Europe.
No, only on private servers
If you would like to check the status of World of Warcraft realm servers, you can go to the World of Warcraft website, then click on "game guide", and there is a whole list on the page.
World of Warcraft is made by Blizzard Entertainment. They are the ones that host the official servers that people play on.
Support pages sometimes go down when they take the servers offline for maintenance. Just keep trying.
of cource they are...well 99% of them
By visiting the homepage for World of Warcraft we can visit a page that shows all of the names of the servers. Here it is also able to see not only the type, population, and location of the servers but also whether or not they are available to play on.
Well, it depends. Every Wednesday for European servers at 5am - 11am CEST (Paris Time) or for North American servers it is 5am - 11am PST (West Coast Time) the servers will be closed down for a few hours for maintenance. If you can't log on to World of Warcraft in general, well then there must be something wrong with either your internet connection, firewall or something in that area ... If you got further problems with logging onto World of Warcraft, then please go to World of Warcrafts Website
No, you can not play World of Warcraft for free. It costs money to keep servers for 12 million people up and running.
You don't. To play World of Warcraft on the official live servers, you have to pay the monthly subscription fee.
This is what I'm currently downloading. http://www.antwow.com/ Games in this include, World of Warcraft1.2GB) World of Warcraft: Burning Crusade(4.6GB) World of Warcraft: Wrath of the Linch King (15GB)
It's the file that tells world of warcraft to connect to a set of servers. For US servers...... set realmlist us.logon.worldofwarcraft.com set patchlist us.version.worldofwarcraft.com set realmlistbn "" set portal us
Unfortunately, yes there are people who run private servers for world of warcraft. Keep in mind that these servers could be several patches behind the live official servers, and the Game-Masters of these servers follow no rules unlike the official servers. The economy of the private servers is nearly non-existent because of the amount of people on them compared to the official servers.
There are no GM power hacks on retail (legal) servers. There might be on private servers, but private servers are illegal. We can not help you with that here.
Private servers are... well... private. It depends on what the administrator of the server allows.
When you play WoW, you have to choose a server to play on. This is a list of the different types of servers:NormalPvPRPRP-PVP
Priivate servers are ilegal, i would suggest keeping away from them.
Private servers are known to be buggy as heck. It is better to just play on the live official servers.
Europeans are capable of playing on American (US) servers just as Americans are capable of playing on European (Oceanic) servers. The only difference between them, other than the culture of those on the server, is the physical location of the servers them selves. The greater the distance, the more likely you are to experience latency (lag) issues. It should be noted that for Americans to play on European servers (and vice-a-verse) you will need the appropriate account. If you want to play on American servers, you need an American account. It does not matter where in the world you are accessing the servers from, you can not access one regions servers if you do not have the appropriate regions account. The two regions are completely separate.
Yes WoW's log in servers authenticate through Battle.Net
Not at this time; you can mail BoA items between Horde and Alliance on the same server, but not to other servers.
This is the problem with private World of Warcraft servers. They are full of bugs. You should go play on the live official servers. Much better.
World of Warcraft is a Massively Multi-Player Online Role Playing Game (MMORPG) set in the Warcraft universe. It features characters from the Real Time Strategy (RTS) single player games Warcraft, Warcraft II, and Warcraft III, as well as some possible characters thrown in from some of the Warcraft books, and comic books. It is a persistent game, meaning when you log out, the world is still going on (on the servers).