World of Warcraft is one of the most popular Massively Multiplayer Online Role Playing Games (MMORPG) and has been around for over a decade. Millions of players have devoted many hours to fighting the mighty battles in Azeroth and claiming the ultimate prize.
However, recently many players have reported on various WoW forums and Reddit that they are facing a ‘maximum number of orders reached’ error after they tried to place orders. In this article, we will discuss what the maximum order is in WoW and then proceed with the fixes.
What is the maximum number of orders in WoW?
In WoW, players can place orders for the items and resources that they need in the game. However, there is a limit to the maximum number of orders a player can place. As of now, the limit is 20 on public orders while there is absolutely no limit on personal or guild orders.
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Maximum number of orders reached in WoW: Possible causes
Here are some of the possible causes that you are seeing a ‘maximum number of orders reached in WoW’ :
- You have placed too many orders and now have reached the limit.
- There might be a bug in the game that is not allowing you to place orders.
- You have send an order to a player in a different realm.
- You have placed an order to yourself or to a player who doesn’t have the profession.
Maximum number of orders reached in WoW: Possible fixes
Now that you have understood the causes of the error, it is time for some fixes to the:’maximum number of orders reached in WoW’ error. Remember that as of now, there is no official confirmation from Blizzard. The fixes that we mention are the general fixes that you must try if you happen to come by this error.
Here’s what you can do:
Cancel your existing orders
As we have mentioned earlier, there is a limit on the maximum number of orders that you can place. If you have placed more than 20 public orders, you might see the error.
So, cancel some of your existing orders to come back to the prescribed limit.
Exit out of the order
We have also mentioned that there is a bug and Blizzard is aware of the issue. According to Blizzard’s Battle.net support page, you can see the following message:
“We have received multiple reports of this issue and are currently investigating it. So far we have found that if an order is placed to the correct player, it works as it should.
However errors are shown if you try to send an order to yourself, to a player on a different realm, or who doesn’t have the profession. This is intended, but the errors shown in these cases are not clear enough and we are working on rectifying this.”
Just exit out of the order and then go back again. Many players on Reddit have reported that this fixes the issue.
Restart the game client
Many a times, restarting can fix several issues with the game as it clears the corrupt cache. Just close everything on the game client and then restart it again. This should most probably fix the ‘maximum number of orders reaached’ error.
Thus, by cancelling your existing orders, exitting out of the order or by restarting the game client you can fix the ‘maximum number of orders reached’ error in WoW.
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