This is not a "when all else fail" guide.. It's a "when ALMOST all else fail" guide.Jaladar wrote:**If you have friends that you can recruit--try that first--this is when all else fails**
Digem wrote:the only thing that might make me wait a bit to activate is the free lvl 90 one gets with the new expansion WoD.
might wait to do this till then and then transfer over a bunch of new 90's.
I will have to think about it.
Jaladar wrote:4) Activate your RAF account using the activation email you sent yourself. YOU MUST DO THIS BEFORE YOU USE THE CODE FROM THE GAME YOU BOUGHT!! Once you start your account, then use the code that came with the box/DD. You are now connected to your main account for 90 days.
Blizzard wrote:Q: My friend just started playing. Can I still recruit them even if they already made an account?
A: Yes, with the new system you can recruit players who have World of Warcraft accounts that are less than 30 days old. Simply use the standard Recruit A Friend process. When your friend receives the email, clicking the link will bind your accounts for Recruit A Friend rewards and benefits (as long as the potential recruit’s account is still 30 days old or less).
Venun wrote:Haevlyn, am I understanding correctly that you pay only 4,99 right now for the WoW? (minus the gametime etc.).
Aka, the same price as OT described?
Casca wrote:What about the data we provide for the new accounts? Can we simply use our own data? Or should we use family members?
Might want to transfer the new chars to the main account at a later time so in order to do that I think at least the last name has to be the same, right? But is this possible?
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