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Race and Faction Change, Server Transfer Cooldown Reduction

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Blizzard have dramatically reduced the gap between available services like server transfers and race/faction changes! They're down from 30 days to only 3.

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Greetings Cataclysm Classic adventurers.

We’ve recently deployed a hotfix that reduces the cooldowns for race change, faction change, and paid server transfer on Cataclysm Classic realms from 30 days, down to 3 days (72 hours). This change also applies retroactively, so for those who are currently on a cooldown after initiating these services within the past 30 days, expect your cooldown to be completed after 3 days from when the service began.

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