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8-12-2008 @ 6:23AM
currently the biggest abuse is multiboxers creating four accounts and linking them A-B-C-D, then they level A B and C to 60 and donate the levels down from each one so that account D can level to 59 in a matter of minutes literally.The second abuse Is that you can send a RAF email to an address you own, create a trial account with the code, then go ingame and create a lvl1 character on the new account, now when you go on your main character you can summon the lvl1 character to your position (say at a quest hub) and when you hand in quests your main character will get triple xp. Now THAT is what needs to be fixed first because the FAQ clearly states that this shouldnt happen and this is currently the exploit which will affect/be abused by the most people.
8-12-2008 @ 8:43AM
I'm pretty sure Blizzard is smart enough NOT to allow trial accounts to be used for the RAF benefits. It's just common sense.
8-12-2008 @ 11:27AM
You definitely can use trial accounts, I leveled 2 mages to 20 in a day...at 20 a trial account gets gold (silver) instead of xp for quests, like a 70. Interesting tidbit. I don't know/haven't tried what Aqu1la is saying about summoning a low level to get the 3x quest bonus. That would certainly seem abusive. I don't have any alts on my main account over 20 or under 60 (doesn't affect 60+ at all), anyone care to test this?
8-12-2008 @ 1:02PM
you only get the 3Xexp if the quest is not (low level) for both toons, or the mob is not grey for either toon.interesting tidbit, faction rep for kills is also increased... as far as i know that is not documented, but killing pirates near ratchet shows it
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