Social Features & the Community - New & Returning Player Guides by Bellular

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  • Published on:  Monday, September 3, 2018
  • In this week's episode Bellular looks at the social features and the amazing World of Warcraft community.

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  • lokiny

     (Sep 3, 2018)

    Wow is a social game, yet i have been playing alone for 6 years :/

  • Chris Milsaps

     (Sep 7, 2018)

    lokiny I felt this comment deep in my soul.

  • xgetxsickx

     (Sep 6, 2018)


  • jas1088

     (Sep 3, 2018)

    I havent talked to someone in WoW in like 3 years

  • RuneDemoN

     (Sep 3, 2018)

    It's easier to invite irl friends to wow instead of finding friends in wow lol

  • Slapperfish

     (Sep 3, 2018)

    "World of Warcraft is a social game"*HA.*

  • Matt Dredge

     (Sep 3, 2018)

    On BFA launch day 2 of my guildies met up in real life for the first time and had sexual intercourse. It didn’t end well because he was married and had kids (he told his wife eventually) so yeah wow is pretty social game

  • Boro Tosic

     (Sep 6, 2018)

    Is your guild opened for new members ?

  • L G

     (Sep 3, 2018)

    As a new player who started a couple of months ago, I have found the game very unsociable, even after joining guilds. No one would communicate in the world whilst questing and the dungeons didn't feel like a team game because they were all a bit of a steamroll. I assume most social stuff is max level, but I feel Blizzard would do well to encourage group questing, or mentoring. It would be fun to meet people as you level through the game as a new player, and build a social group as you grow, rather than...

  • Mark Knaapen

     (Sep 21, 2018)


  • Say my name

     (Sep 7, 2018)

    +Mark Knaapen what server do u Play on

  • Coalton Ross

     (Sep 3, 2018)


  • Dakine1121

     (Sep 4, 2018)

    Get bent.

  • Xathyr

     (Sep 3, 2018)

    Thank you hero!

  • Ramen the Shaman

     (Sep 3, 2018)

    sharding ruins the community aspect of servers - seeing little to no people within my shard is incredibly boring and the inability to see my friends whether we are in the same faction (except when we group) and on the opposing faction is incredibly annoying. sometimes my friends and i just want to see each other in warmode and hunt each other down.reducing the amount of sharded instances within a server would greatly improve the social accept of just being able to see more players, while retaining bl...

  • Schranzoslavek

     (Sep 3, 2018)

    "Social game" TOPLEL

  • Valrysha

     (Sep 3, 2018)

    Give us an ingame community finder please.