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Blizzard has officially launched the paid Character Transfer option for WoW Classic

Blizzard has officially launched the paid Character Transfer option for "World of Warcraft: Classic." Players should keep in mind that there are several restrictions in using this feature that they need to consider before making any payments.

A Paid Character Transfer will set you back $25. This seems like a hefty price to pay just to relocate one character to a different realm within your region. Your $25 will let you transfer a level 1 to 30 character with up to 100 gold. A character between levels 31 and 50 can transfer with 500 gold. And a character over level 51 (up to the max level of 60) can transfer with up to 2,000 gold.

There are a few more limitations you should keep in mind when looking to transfer. Each transfer has a ninety-day cooldown. Additionally, a character cannot transfer from a PvE realm to a PvP realm, or from an RP realm to an RP-PvP realm. Not that anyone would want to do that with WoW Classic in its current state. To enhance your adventure and compliment your gameplay, you can Buy WOW Vanilla Gold from the reputable sellers 5mmo.com in a safe secure environment and at cheap rates.

The Character Transfer service allows you to move characters to other realms, different World of Warcraft accounts, or from one Blizzard account to another. You can purchase a Character Transfer  in the World of Warcraft in-game shop. Each type of transfer has a shared three-day cooldown. WoW Classic character transfers have a three-month cooldown. This service takes up to 24 hours to complete. If you log in before the transfer is complete, it may fail and your character will be locked.

It makes sense why character transfers are being implemented into World of Warcraft Classic. As someone who played during that launch period, trying to get a whole guild of friends to join the same server was a mess. Blizzard was not necessarily at fault, but I’m not quite sure if their projections on how many people would actually be interested were off. Now that some time has passed, giving players the option to change realms is a solid addition.