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Connected Realms – Blizzard Support – Battle.net Shop

Updated: 4 months ago
Article ID: 14296
Common Problems
Is my realm connected? Can I trade with my friend from another realm?
Connected Realms are a set of two or more realms that have been permanently and seamlessly “linked. ” When you play on a Connected Realm:
The Auction House is shared between your realm and the realms connected to itYou can join a guild created on the realm connected to yoursYou can trade and exchange mail with players on the realm connected to yoursYou can party for Mythic dungeons and Mythic raids with players on the realm connected to yours
Below is the list of connected realms in America and Europe.
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Connected Realms (previously known as ‘Virtual Realms’)[1] are a joining of realms, where players from different realms function as though they were full members of any of the other connected realms, and whose players can persist with you in any zone you go into. Members of connected realms can trade gold, trade items, and share the same auction house. Players in a connected realm who are really members of another Realm, are marked with a #. These differ from the more temporary Coalesced Realms, in that these joinings are constant and share persistence.
1 Details
2 Connected realms
2. 1 US completed connections
2. 2 EU completed connections
3 To be connected
3. 1 US future connections
3. 2 EU future connections
4 FAQ
4. 1 Unofficial FAQ
5 Virtual Realms
6 References
7 See also
8 External links
Details
Connected Realms
Connected Realms (also called “Virtual Realms”)[2] is a new feature that was to be implemented for Patch 5. 4, but not activated until some time after the patch launched. [3] Connected realms were supposed to be essentially several fairly low population servers merged into one, they will be able to interact with the other players as though they were on the same realm. Unlike Cross-realm zones the player’s server name will not appear alongside their name in the game world, but only in chat. [3]
In practice, Blizzard has often mixed medium to high population realms with low population realms.
Connected realms
US completed connections
As of October 24, 2014:[4]
Aegwynn US, Bonechewer US, Daggerspine US, Gurubashi US, and Hakkar US
Agamaggan US, Archimonde US, Jaedenar US, and The Underbog US
Aggramar US and Fizzcrank US
Akama US, Dragonmaw US, and Mug’thol US
Alleria US and Khadgar US
Alexstrasza US and Terokkar US
Altar of Storms US, Anetheron US, Magtheridon US, and Ysondre US
Alterac Mountains US, Balnazzar US, Gorgonnash US, The Forgotten Coast US, and Warsong US
Andorhal US, Scilla US, Ursin US and Zuluhed US
Antonidas US and Uldum US
Anub’arak US, Chromaggus US, Crushridge US, Garithos US, Nathrezim US, and Smolderthorn US
Anvilmar US and Undermine US
Arygos US and Llane US
Auchindoun US, Cho’gall US, and Laughing Skull US
Azgalor US, Azshara US, Destromath US, and Thunderlord US
Azjol-Nerub US and Khaz Modan US
Azuremyst US and Staghelm US
Black Dragonflight US, Gul’dan US, and Skullcrusher US
Blackhand US and Galakrond US
Blackwater Raiders US and Shadow Council US
Blackwing Lair US, Dethecus US, Detheroc US (and Shadowmoon US), Lethon US, Haomarush US
Bladefist US and Kul Tiras US
Blade’s Edge US and Thunderhorn US
Blood Furnace US, Mannoroth US, and Nazjatar US
Bloodscalp US, Boulderfist US, Dunemaul US, Maiev US, and Stonemaul US
Borean Tundra US and Shadowsong US
Bronzebeard US and Shandris US
Burning Blade US, Lightning’s Blade US, and Onyxia US
Cairne US and Perenolde US
Coilfang US, Dark Iron US, Dalvengyr US, and Demon Soul US and Shattered Hand US
Dawnbringer US} and Madoran US
Darrowmere US and Windrunner US
Dath’Remar US and Khaz’goroth US
Deathwing US, Executus US, Kalecgos US, and Shattered Halls US
Dentarg US and Whisperwind US
Doomhammer US and Baelgun US
Draenor US and Echo Isles US
Draka US and Suramar US
Drak’Tharon US, Firetree US, Malorne US, Rivendare US, Spirestone US, and Stormscale US
Drak’thul US and Skywall US
Dreadmaul US and Thaurissan US
Drenden US and Arathor US
Duskwood US and Bloodhoof US
Eitrigg US and Shu’halo US
Eldre’Thalas US and Korialstrasz US
Eonar US and Velen US
Eredar US, Gorefiend US, Spinebreaker US, and Wildhammer US
Exodar US and Medivh US
Farstriders US, Silver Hand US, and Thorium Brotherhood US
Fenris US and Dragonblight US
Frostmane US, Ner’zhul US, and Tortheldrin US
Frostwolf US and Vashj US
Ghostlands US and Kael’thas US
Gilneas US and Elune US
Gnomeregan US and Moonrunner US
Grizzly Hills US and Lothar US
Gundrak US and Jubei’Thos US
Hellscream US and Zangarmarsh US
Hydraxis US, Terenas US, and Emerald Dream US
Icecrown US and Malygos US
Kargath US and Norgannon US
Kilrogg US and Winterhoof US
Kirin Tor US, Sentinels US, and Steamwheedle Cartel US
Malfurion US and Trollbane US
Misha US and Rexxar US
Mok’Nathal US and Silvermoon US
Nagrand US and Caelestrasz US
Nazgrel US and Nesingwary US/Vek’nilash US
Nordrassil US and Muradin US
Quel’dorei US and Sen’jin US
Ravenholdt US and Twisting Nether US
Runetotem US and Uther US
Scarlet Crusade US and Feathermoon US
Sisters of Elune US and Cenarion Circle US
The Scryers US and Argent Dawn US
Tanaris US and Greymane US
Uldaman US and Ravencrest US
The Venture Co US, Maelstrom US and Lightninghoof US
Ysera US and Durotan US
EU completed connections
This section concerns content that is out-of-date. Reason: Connected realms blue post below updated by Takralus on 16-Jun-2015 14:34 BST.
As of 4-Jul-2014:[5]
English realms
(PvE) Wildhammer EU / Thunderhorn EU
(PvE) Kilrogg EU / Runetotem EU / Nagrand EU
(PvE) Aggramar EU / Hellscream EU
(PvE) Hellfire EU / Arathor EU
(PvP) Kor’gall EU / Bloodfeather EU / Executus EU / Burning Steppes EU / Shattered Hand EU
(PvE) Azjol-Nerub EU / Quel’Thalas EU
(PvE) Ghostlands EU / Dragonblight EU
(PvE) Darkspear EU / Saurfang EU / Terokkar EU
(PvE) Aszune EU / Shadowsong EU
(PvE) Alonsus EU / Anachronos EU / Kul Tiras EU
(PvP) Shattered Halls EU / Balnazzar EU / Ahn’Qiraj EU / Trollbane EU / Talnivarr EU / Chromaggus EU / Boulderfist EU / Daggerspine EU / Laughing Skull EU / Sunstrider EU
(PvP) Emeriss EU / Agamaggan EU / Hakkar EU / Crushridge EU / Bloodscalp EU
(PvP) Grim Batol EU / Aggra EU
(PvP) Karazhan EU / Lightning’s Blade EU / Deathwing EU / The Maelstrom EU
(PvP) Auchindoun EU / Dunemaul EU / Jaedenar EU
(PvP) Dragonmaw EU / Spinebreaker EU / Haomarush EU / Vashj EU / Stormreaver EU
(PvP) Zenedar EU / Bladefist EU / Frostwhisper EU
(PvP) Xavius EU / Skullcrusher EU
(PvP) Darksorrow EU / Genjuros EU / Neptulon EU
(PvP) Drak’thul EU / Burning Blade EU
(RP) Moonglade EU / Steamwheedle Cartel EU / The Sha’tar EU
(RP PvP) Defias Brotherhood EU / Scarshield Legion EU / Ravenholdt EU / The Venture Co EU / Sporeggar EU
French realms
(PvE) Elune EU / Varimathras EU
(PvE) Marécage de Zangar EU / Dalaran EU
(PvE) Eitrigg EU / Krasus EU
(PvE) Suramar EU / Medivh EU
(PvP) Arak-arahm EU / Throk’Feroth EU / Rashgarroth EU
(PvP) Naxxramas EU / Arathi EU / Temple Noir EU / Illidan EU
(PvP) Garona EU / Ner’zhul EU / Sargeras EU
(PvP) Eldre’Thalas EU / Cho’gall EU / Sinstralis EU
(RP) Confrerie du Thorium EU / Les Clairvoyants EU
(RP PvP) La Croisade écarlate EU / Culte de la Rive noire EU / Conseil des Ombres EU
German realms
(PvE) Gilneas EU / Ulduar EU
(PvE) Garrosh EU / Shattrath EU / Nozdormu EU
(PvE) Nethersturm EU / Alexstrasza EU
(PvE) Un’Goro EU / Area 52 EU / Sen’jin EU
(PvP) Ambossar EU / Kargath EU
(PvP) Ysera EU / Malorne EU
(PvP) Malygos EU / Malfurion EU
(PvP) Nazjatar EU / Dalvengyr EU
(PvP) Arthas EU / Vek’lor EU / Blutkessel EU
(PvP) Dethecus EU / Terrordar EU / Mug’thol EU / Theradras EU
(PvP) Echsenkessel EU / Taerar EU / Mal’Ganis EU
(PvP) Anetheron EU / Festung der Stürme EU / Rajaxx EU / Gul’dan EU
(RP PvP) Die Arguswacht EU / Die Todeskrallen EU / Das Syndikat EU / Der Abyssische Rat EU
Spanish realms
(PvE) Exodar EU / Minahonda EU
(PvE) Colinas Pardas EU / Tyrande EU / (RP) Los Errantes EU
(PvP) Zul’jin EU / Sanguino EU / Shen’dralar EU / Uldum EU
Russian realms
(PvP) Подземье EU / Разувий EU
To be connected
US future connections
As of October 24, 2014 there are no future realm connections listed for any US realms.
EU future connections
Planned for 9-Jul-2014:[6]
English Realms
(PvE) Khadgar and Bloodhoof
(PvE) Bronze Dragonflight and Nordrassil
German Realms
(PvE) Tichondrius and Lordaeron
(PvE) Arygos and Khaz’goroth
Russian Realms
(PvP) Король-лич and Седогрив
Future, but no date specified:[6]
(PvE) Saurfang and Darkspear/Terokkar
(PvE) Teldrassil and Perenolde
(PvE) Durotan and Tirion
(PvE) Lothar and Baelgun
FAQ
Note: This is a generic section stub. You can help expand it by clicking Edit to the right of the section title.
Q. Why are you implementing Connected Realms?
A. As WoW has evolved, we’ve seen players naturally gravitate toward a subset of very active realms, leaving behind lower-populated realms. Due to the massively multiplayer nature of World of Warcraft, certain kinds of gameplay experiences simply aren’t well-suited to a low-pop realm. By allowing players from two or more lower-pop realms to play together, we hope to give more players more opportunities to participate in group-oriented activities, helping to foster a more vibrant in-game community.
Connected Realms also allow us to link populations in a way that’s not disruptive to players, and that doesn’t negatively impact players’ sense of identity and character. Other alternatives such as merging realms would require us to force character name changes if there were conflicts, and could lead to confusion for returning players who’d log in to find their realm missing from the realm list. Some players also feel strong ties to their realm’s name or history, and we don’t want to erase that.
Q. Why implement this now?
A. Our cross-realm technology has continued to evolve since it was first developed for joining players in dungeons. It’s now at a point where we can create seamless worlds made up of multiple individual realms, and we think there are some really positive benefits to that.
Q. How can I tell if someone is on my Connected Realm, but from a different realm?
A. We want the experience to feel seamless so we won’t be indicating player’s home realms in the game world. In certain places, such as chat, players’ home realms will be displayed next to their name.
Q. Which realms will be connected as Connected Realms?
A. We haven’t decided yet which realms will be made part of a Connected Realm, or which other realms they’ll be connected to, though realms will only be connected to other realms of the same type (e. g. PvE to PvE, PvP to PvP, RP to RP). In the end, we’re considering a number of factors, including Battlegroup, population, and faction balance.
Q. How many realms will make up a Connected Realm?
A. We don’t know how many realms will make up a Connected Realm yet, and it’s likely to differ from Connected Realm to Connected Realm. Our goal is to create a vibrant and fun online experience where you can join guilds, access an active Auction House, and band together to take on group content.
Q. Will Connected Realms have any limitations?
A. There should be no limitations. We want the experience to be seamless, and we expect it work as if you’re suddenly part of a much more active realm.
Q. When will Connected Realms be available?
A. We haven’t yet determined when we’ll be creating the first Connected Realms, but we expect it will be some time after the launch of Patch 5. 4.
Unofficial FAQ
Q. Can you mail items between characters on Connected Realms?
A. Yes. This has been tested by WoWWiki users. See “A Guide to Cross-Realm Mailing” in the External links section for how to enter destination character name and realm. This similar to how you can mail Bind to Account items across realms, but also applies for Bind on Equip and Bind on Use items between Connected Realms.
Virtual Realms
This was the original name for Connected Realms[1] and was slated to be a part of Patch 5. 4, but was apparently renamed and delayed until some time after the launch of the patch.
From the PTR patch notes:[7]
Virtual Realms are sets of realms that are fused together, and will behave exactly as if they were one cohesive realm. Players on the same Virtual Realm will be able to join guilds, access a single Auction House, join arena teams and raids, as well run dungeons or group up to complete quests.
Players belonging to the same Virtual Realm will have a (#) symbol next to their name.
References
See also
Cross-realm
Cross-realm mail
External links
Preview
EU list
Guides
News
MMO-Champion Patch 5. 4. 1 – RaF Changes, EU Connected Realms, Dampening Hotfix, Blue Posts, Comic by chaud 2013-10-25 06:11 AM
WoW Insider Vaneras on the merging of high-pop realms by Sarah Pine Oct 24th 2013 at 7:00PM
MMO-Champion New Connected Realms Coming, Oct 16 Hotfixes, Flex Mechanics Scaling, Blizzard Art by chaud 2013-10-17 06:07 PM
Official Gameplay > General forums (EU) #139 – still no virtual realms (why some of the highest population realms will not be connected with other realms) by Vaneras 04/10/2013 10:26 BST
Player Number Decline Is A Reason WoW Gets Virtual Realms By JoeLW on Jul 22, 2013
Velen NA US - RaidBuff

Velen NA US – RaidBuff

Velen is a connected realm in the North American region for retail World of Warcraft. This server is connected to Andorhal, Black Dragonflight, Eonar, Gul’dan, Scilla, Skullcrusher, Ursin, and Zuluhed.
An important thing to remember when looking at connected realms is that the Approximate Population data, Majority Faction, and Faction Split are for all of the realms in the connected realm group. In essence, connected realms function as one large realm. Because of this, it is a more accurate representation of the population levels you will experience to show the data for the connected realm group.
Velen Majority Faction
Velen is part of a Horde majority connected realm group. Approximately 64 of the connected realm group’s population is Horde, while the other belong to the Alliance.
Velen Population
Velen has a population of approximately 42, 000 actively played characters across its connected realm group, making it a low server. This figure includes active, max level characters that have participated in M+ or Raiding on or any of the 8 other realms it is connected to.
Velen Server Type
Velen is classified as a Normal server. Before Blizzard changed the server classification system in Battle for Azeroth, Velen was classified as a PvE server.
Velen Server Time
Velen Server Time is set to the Eastern Daylight Timezone (EDT, UTC -4).
Velen Battlegroup
Velen is part of the Retaliation Battlegroup. Battlegroups were a feature that determined PvP matchmaking in Arena and Battleground ladders until the game introduced cross-region PvP in Cataclysm.
The Retaliation Battlegroup includes:
Area 52
Auchindoun
Azuremyst
Blade’s Edge
Blood Furnace
Coilfang
Dawnbringer
Exodar
Fizzcrank
Galakrond
Ghostlands
Grizzly Hills
Shattered Halls
Terokkar
The Scryers
The Underbog
Velen
Zangarmarsh
Is Velen a Connected Realm?
Velen is a connected realm. Velen is connected to 8 other realms. Those realms are:
Andorhal NA USBlack Dragonflight NA USEonar NA USGul’dan NA USScilla NA USSkullcrusher NA USUrsin NA USZuluhed NA US
Who Are the Top Guilds on Velen?
Velen is a connected realm, so the leaderboard for progression raiding guilds for this server will include guilds across all of the realms it is connected to, as guilds on connected realms are cross-realm. 8 out of 10 of these guilds did not complete Cutting Edge for Ny’alotha, so there is definitely room to be a competitive progression raiding guild on this connected realm group.
Castle Nathria Velen Mythic Raid Rankings
Stacked (H)Perpetual (A)pls (H)Beach Justice (A)Indecisive (H)vv (H)We Wipe On Trash (H)Destinys Bane (A)Ministry of Anarchy (H)Muteki (H)
Ny’alotha Velen Mythic Raid Rankings
Stacked (H)Side Project (H)Tres Ratos Dot Com(H)Beach Justice (A)Destinys Bane (H)CaReBeaR CluB (H)Death and Destruction (H)Outlandish (A)Ministry of Anarchy (H)Toxic (H)

Frequently Asked Questions about wow which servers are connected

What World of Warcraft servers are linked?

Alterac Mountains US, Balnazzar US, Gorgonnash US, The Forgotten Coast US, and Warsong US. Andorhal US, Scilla US, Ursin US and Zuluhed US. Antonidas US and Uldum US. Anub’arak US, Chromaggus US, Crushridge US, Garithos US, Nathrezim US, and Smolderthorn US.

What servers are connected to Velen?

Velen is a connected realm in the North American region for retail World of Warcraft. This server is connected to Andorhal, Black Dragonflight, Eonar, Gul’dan, Scilla, Skullcrusher, Ursin, and Zuluhed.May 29, 2021

How do I know what server I am on WoW?

Luckily, there’s an easy way to view realm status at any time. Blizzard has an official Realm Status page on the website that lists all of the various realms for both the modern game and WoW Classic. You can see every realm listed with their type, population size, timezone, and location.Jan 2, 2020

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