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Wow has armory, which is nice, but why are there no server statistics on it? Currently the only way to get population stats are through mods which post data online like warcraftrealms.
The one cool thing aion has that would enhance wow imo is basic server stats. They list the percentage of every class, the level ranges, the faction percents, so you can go there and see hey on my server 22% of the classes are priests!
Is there any reason for wow not to post this data? Would also be nice if there was an activity monitor so you could know before hand if you were rolling on a dead server or one so populated you'll be stuck in a queue.
you really just answered your own question, you can find everything you asked about on
Say on executus (
it clearly lists percent of every class, the numbers of characters in certain level ranges, faction ratios with percentages, and 8% of the server are priests, 823 of them horde and there are 677 alliance.
and the activity monitor is here
and the best way ive found to judge the population of a server is to simply log on to it at a prime time hour and see what the actual server lists it as(low, med, high, etc)
Warcraft realms is not accurate though. It might be for certain realms, but others it says on the site there's not enough data gathered, and others you can tell it's off because it only lists like 50 shaman or so at 80 and you've counted more than that yourself.
What does low, med and high mean? Is high 2000 people logged on? 8000? I don't know what the server limits are.
It would be nice if this data was published on armory.
you have to download the census addon and use it to find out the active players population on your server.
on high pop realm, max 4k player on peak hour, low pop about 2k
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