Your Questions About World Of Warcraft

George asks…

How do I get started with World Of Warcraft?

I've played the single-player Warcraft III back in 2002 or 2003 when it came out. Now I want to see what all the hype about World of Warcraft is about. So how does it work?

I went to the local game store and they had more than one version. One was called “World of Warcraft” and the other was called “World of Warcraft“, with a subtitle.

So which one is it? Or can I just get it online? What's the difference between these?

dknol answers:

World of Warcraft is the main edition of the game. World of Warcraft “Burning Crusades” is the first expansion. World of Warcraft “Wrath of the Lich King” is the second expansion. You should only buy the first one right off the bat if your just trying it out. You can download the trial version for free from World of which will allow you to play for 10 days. You will be slightly restricted with the trial such as trading with other players and other such things but it will be more than enough to get you started for sure. It can be a bit slow and frustrating at first but after you progress a bit and learn more about your character you should enjoy this game. Hope you have fun.

Mandy asks…

How long will World of Warcraft last on a Verizon Wireless Internet Card?

I am borrowing my sisters for a trip to North Carolina. I am using it for the drive. How much play would I get off of World of Warcraft with that card? About how many hours?

dknol answers:

Verizon's internet card gives a 5GB limit correct? With Runescape, you can get about an hour and a half so I would guess around 45 minutes to an hour with WoW because it pulls more data than Runescape.

Robert asks…

Have I downloaded the correct World of Warcraft?

Okay, so exactly 10 days ago I got the “Ten Day Free Trail” for World of Warcraft – and when I opened the game – the title screen read “World of Warcraft: Cataclysm”. Now, have I downloaded the correct World of Warcraft? If I did not – I'd rather correct it now than purchase an expansion of some sort and be stuck without the full version.

dknol answers:

Yes, that's the right version. Besides, if you're planning to buy the full version you can delete the trial file as you won't need it. Just install the game and play from there.

Lizzie asks…

How does the world of warcraft bill system work?

OK i want to buy world of warcraft but i have to ask when you buy it and a 2month subscription.Does the system just count 60 days and then you need to buy more, or does it count when you acually play?

dknol answers:

First off, there isn't a 2 month subscription. Only 1, 3 and 6 month subscriptions at $14.99, $41.97, $77.94 respectively.

When you buy World of Warcraft, you get your first month free, but a month after the exact date you set up your subscription, it will charge your subscription cost (depending on which subscription you choose) to your credit/debit card. It goes by real-time months, not the amount of time you play.

You CAN by 60-day time cards, they work the same way, but they are $29.99.

*NOTE: If you subscribe to WoW on a 3 or 6 month subscription, you are prepaying for those months so if you decide to quit, you will NOT get your money back. They will just keep your account active until your subscription ends.

Chris asks…

When you upgrade World Of Warcraft does it install any additional Data?

The World Of Warcraft Trial lasts upto level 20, But I was just wondering, when you upgrade your account, does it have to intall any additional data other than what it already did for the level 20 Trial? Also the upgrade costs £9.99 do you have to pay an additional fee for ‘membership' that month or does the upgrade of £9.99 last for one month? Thankyou very much in Advance!

dknol answers:

No, The client will not install any additional data.

Everything required is already on your system, purchasing a full account will merely flag the other content as being available by your account. All of the data is already there.

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