SERVER RULES, READ BEFORE REGISTER
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Game version: 3.3.5a (12340)
First of all, you must create an account. The account is used to log into both the game and our website. Click here to open the registration page.
Open up the "World of Warcraft" directory. The default directory is "C:\Program Files\World of Warcraft". When you've found it, open up the directory called "data", then go into the directory called either enUS or enGB, depending on your client language.
Erase all text and change it to:
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Behaviour that intentionally detracts from others' enjoyment (such as griefing, throwing, feeding, etc.) is unacceptable. We expect our players to treat each other with respect, and promote an enjoyable environment. Acceptable behaviour is determined by player reports and Blizzard's decision, and violating these guidelines will result in account and gameplay restrictions. While we encourage you to report players that are behaving in a disrespectful manner, falsely reporting another player with the sole intent of restricting their gameplay is also unacceptable, and will result in penalties to your account. If you're unsure if your actions violate this code of conduct, reconsider them. We reserve the right to restrict offending accounts as much as necessary to keep Warsong games a fun experience for all players.
You are responsible for how you and your account are represented in the game world. Cheating in any fashion will result in immediate action. Using third-party programs to automate any facet of the game, exploiting bugs, or engaging in any activity that grants an unfair advantage is considered cheating. Exploiting other players is an equally serious offense. Scamming, account sharing, win-trading, and anything else that may degrade the gaming experience for other players will receive harsh penalties.
When participating in communication of any kind (chat, voice communication, group finder), you are responsible for how you express yourself. You may not use language that could be offensive or vulgar to others. Hate speech and discriminatory language is inappropriate, as is any obscene or disruptive language. Threatening or harassing another player is always unacceptable, regardless of language used. Violating any of these expectations will result in account restrictions. More serious and repeated violations will result in greater restrictions.
Names are subject to the same rules established above. Any name the player has the ability to customize—such as player names, BattleTags, and guild names—must be appropriate and inoffensive. Any name that violates our standards or disrupts the community will be changed, and additional limitations may be placed on the offending account per our discretion. Take note that acceptable names are determined by player reports and Warsong's decision, and role-playing servers may have distinct standards for using game-appropriate names.
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The new maximum player level is 80. The leveling process should be similar to the "60 to 70" experience. Players must be at least level 68 before venturing into Northrend.
A hero class is a specialized class which excels in a particular area or is tied deeply into Warcraft lore. The first hero class is the Death Knight. Blizzard does not plan to introduce a new hero class with each subsequent expansion, though they do want to add more in the future. These unlockable classes are generally the classes from the previous Warcraft games which were deemed too powerful to play from the beginning of the game.
A fallen knight who was raised from the dead by the Lich King himself. They use dark magical powers by carving runes into their special blades. They are an unlockable hero class available to players with characters at least level 55. They can be damage dealers and tanks (without the use of shields). Death Knights wear plate and use a new energy system (runes + runic power) to regulate their abilities.