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Starting a character or a play session

Starting a character or a play session

As with   wow powerleveling   other MMORPGs, players control a character avatar within a game world in third person view (with the option of playing in first person), exploring the landscape, fighting various monsters, completing quests, and interacting with NPCs or other players. In common with many other MMORPGs, World of Warcraft requires the player to pay for a subscription, either by buying game cards for a pre-selected amount of playing time, or by using a credit or debit card to pay on a regular basis.

To enter the   wow powerleveling    game, the player must select a realm (or server). Each realm acts as an individual copy of the game world, and falls into one of four rule-set categories. Realms are either Player versus player (PvP), where open combat among players is more common, or Player versus environment (PvE), where the focus is more focused on defeating monsters and completing quests; roleplay (RP) variants of both realm types are also available.

On a PvP or RP-PvP server a player may create characters belonging to either the Horde or the Alliance factions, but not both. Realms are also categorized by language, with in-game support in the language available. Players can move established   wow powerleveling    characters between realms for a fee. Then the player may either select one of their previously made characters or create a new one.