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8-18-2008 @ 10:48AM
I don't think there is anything wrong with the RAF system when it's being used as intended. The recruited player only gets the XP buff when grouped with the refer-er. The idea is that you have a veteran player showing the newbie how the game is played, thus compensating for the decreased leveling curve.What bothers me is when I see posts in the wow forums where players start up a 2nd account, use the RAF system and dual-box their way to a lvl 60 character in a matter of hours, or even minutes. I find it ironic that Blizz discourages gold buying and account selling, yet leaves the barn door wide open for those that have more RL $$ to have a distinct advantage over those playing the game as intended.
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