The screenshot is automatically saved in a folder called "Screenshots" in your World of Warcraft folder. i.e for PC users: C:\Program Files\World of Warcraft\Screenshots Windows Vista may store screenshots in alternate locations, such as: C:\Users\\AppData\Local\VirtualStore\Program Files\World of Warcraft\Screenshots or C:\Users\Public\Games\World of Warcraft\Screenshots
Screenshots taken ingame are stored in the Screenshots folder in your World of Warcraft program folder. They are viewable by most standard picture viewing programs.
Screenshots are put in the screenshots folder in your main wow folder.
Whenever you take a screen shot in game, it is saved to your screenshots folder in your world of warcraft main folder.
RedLemon: You should try using Apple's Quicktime Player's Picture Viewer, that's what I always use.
Take the photo in-game by pressing Print Screen ( or "PrtSc"). Then go into your World of Warcraft folder and there is a file called "screenshots". Open it and find your picture, then right click and click "set as backround".
There is a good selection of World of Warcraft movies on Youtube. Many gamers make their own movies to show their achievements and progress in the game.
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Realm Pop shows the population statistics on the players' character in World of Warcraft. World of Warcraft is one of the most popular video games today.
The whole storyline of World of Warcraft would be too big to fit into an answer. Here is a timeline of the games and expansions. More info can be found at the related link below.Warcraft: Orcs and HumansWarcraft IIWarcraft II: Tides of DarknessWarcraft II: Beyond the Dark PortalWarcraft IIIWarcraft III: Reign of ChaosWarcraft III: The Frozen ThroneWorld of WarcraftWorld of Warcraft: Assault on Blackwing LairWorld of Warcraft: Rise of the Blood GodWorld of Warcraft: The Gates of Ahn'QirajWorld of Warcraft: Shadow of the NecropolisWorld of Warcraft: Burning CrusadeWorld of Warcraft: Black TempleWorld of Warcraft: The Gods of Zul'AmanWorld of Warcraft: Fury of the SunwellWorld of Warcraft: Wrath of the Lich KingWorld of Warcraft: Secrets of UlduarWorld of Warcraft: Call of the CrusadeWorld of Warcraft: Fall of the Lich KingWorld of Warcraft: CataclysmWorld of Warcraft: Rise of the ZandalariWorld of Warcraft: Rage of the FirelandsWorld of Warcraft: Hour of TwilightWorld of Warcraft: Mists of PandariaThis if just the history from the games themselves. There are tons of books, comic books and other stuff that make up the history of Warcraft. Some are canon (officially supported and made into lore), some are not.
Technically, the Warcraft series (Warcraft 1,2,3) are different from World of Warcraft. They are different play styles. The first name World of Warcraft used is World of Warcraft. World of Warcraft is based of the Warcraft franchise, yes, but totally different.
You can't take screenshots.
there is voilence in World of warcraft
There is no such thing as World of Warcraft: The Frozen Throne. It is called Warcraft 3: The Frozen Throne. World of Warcraft is much different.
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World of Warcraft is set in Azeroth...
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World of Warcraft happened in 2004.
There is no one person who made World of Warcraft. The team at Blizzard created the World of Warcraft.
No, World of Warcraft is not on Steam. If you want to download it, got the the official World of Warcraft site to download it.
More information about a director of the World of Warcraft movie can be found online at the World of Warcraft website. The website gives you information about the World of Warcraft movie.
There is no world of warcraft 3. There is world of warcraft, and warcraft 3. Unless you want to refer to Cataclysm. If so then no, you'd fail.
Officially, Warcraft 3 (including the frozen throne expansion) came before World of Warcraft. You can check out the whole Warcraft timeline on the World of Warcraft website in the links section below.
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