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4-03-2012 @ 7:49PM
I asked this a couple of times in the Queue, hoping I can get some confirmation here:Is it true that a person can only accept one scroll of resurrection in the lifetime of the wow account? I read a comment on that post on wow insider where someone accepted a previous SoR in a past year, and was unable to accept the new SoR because of the restriction of one-per-lifetime, but I haven't been able to independently confirm that on any FAQ or eligibility determination on the official blizzard site.-------I did get a response in the queue by Drakkenfire, who replied thusly:"My cousin has had two SoR done on his account. Once was by me, and then I think he did another one with his gf after the new rewards were announced. The one I sent him was back during Wrath of the Lich King, however. The limitation might have been placed since Cataclysm."I'm hoping someone can corroborate what Drakken wrote. Anyone else want to shed some light on this?
4-03-2012 @ 8:50PM
My response is pretty much the same as Drakken's. I scrolled a buddy of mine around last october (so late into Cata), and then when the new SoR came out, I sent out the new one to him, and he was still able to benefit from this one.The wording is pretty poor if you ask me, and I assume at some point a new version of the SoR will come out with a different "your account must have been inactive since this date". I doubt they would make you ineligible to receive another one ever again. (Might have it where you can't get another free toon, or whatever promotion they decide to go with, but still have the free 7 days, who knows.)
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