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    How to make 2 Different realms.

    Okay, my first ( how to ) on this website. This is for Arcemu, Now to get started.

    First of all, go to your World of Warcraft private severs folder. Once in there copy your ( arcemu ) folder, and past it in the Private servers folder. Once its done copying, name the copy of the folder to ( arcemu2 ). Thats the first major step.

    Now go to your router and farward port ( 8130 ).

    After that, open your ( arcemu2 ) folder and delete this ONY file: arcemu-logonserver.exe

    Then, go the ( configs ) folder, and open ( realms.conf ) and if it asks what program to use to open it, use notepad. Now change it from this:

    Code:
    <LogonServer Address = "yourip"
    	Port = "8093"
    	Name = "Default Logon"
    	RealmCount = "1">
    
    <Realm1 Name = "realmname"
    	Address = "yourip:8129" 
    	Icon = "PVP"
    	Population = "1.0"
    	TimeZone = "1">
    To this:
    Code:
    <LogonServer Address = "yourip"
    	Port = "8093"
    	Name = "Default Logon"
    	RealmCount = "1">
    
    <Realm1 Name = "realmname"
    	Address = "yourip:8130" 
    	Icon = "PVP"
    	Population = "1.0"
    	TimeZone = "1">
    and then save and exit. Now your past the second big step.

    Now, in the configs folder, open ( world.conf ). Now change this:

    Code:
    <WorldDatabase Hostname = "localhost" Username = "root" Password = "ascent" Name = "world" Port = "3306" Type = "1">
    <CharacterDatabase Hostname = "localhost" Username = "root" Password = "ascent" Name = "characters" Port = "3306" Type = "1">
    
    <Listen Host = "0.0.0.0"
            WorldServerPort = "8129">
    To this:

    Code:
    <WorldDatabase Hostname = "localhost" Username = "root" Password = "ascent" Name = "world2" Port = "3306" Type = "1">
    <CharacterDatabase Hostname = "localhost" Username = "root" Password = "ascent" Name = "characters2" Port = "3306" Type = "1">
    
    <Listen Host = "0.0.0.0"
            WorldServerPort = "8130">
    That was the Third step, your on the last step now!

    Now, open your database program, ( in my case i'm using Navacat ) and login to your database. Now make 2 NEW Database's, ( in Navacat, you can right click and press " New Database "). When there created, name one of them ( characters2 ) and the other ( world2 ). Copy all of the Tables from ( characters ) and put them in ( characters2 ). Then copy the tables from ( world ) and put them in ( world2 ).

    Now your done!!! To launch them both, first you need to launch ( mysql.batch ) in the Server folder, and then Launch ( arcemu-logonserver.exe ) and ( arcemu-world.exe ) in the
    ( arcemu ) folder. Wait until arcemu-world is finished loading. Then go to your ( arcemu2 ) folder and launch the ( arcemu-world.exe ) in that folder. Wait until thats loaded and then you have 2 realms.

    Comment or send me a private message if you need help.

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