Post HSC WoW players, save money.
Recruit a friend system.
I thought this would work in theory, so I looked it up, and I was right.
Vincent said do it in pairs, but then I'm pretty sure it would be better if we chained it.
Basically, recruit a friend means one person refers another person to play WoW.
The basic benefits include:
The person who recruited (veteran) the new person will get 30 days of game time added.
300% exp when partied together.
Ability to summon each other across the map.
Also, something like free levels to the veteran or something, I still don't' understand how that works.
*Up until level 60 or 90 days.
(Downside is technically, you'd be in zones only doing half the quest and they'd turn grey when you're only halfway through)
So Vincent's idea of pairs would mean we'd actually have to be stuck to someone and only half of us would get the 30 day bonus.If we chained it like so:
Person A recruits person B,
person B recruits person C,
then everyone but the last person will get the 30 day bonus, while all of us would be able to party with 2 different people (as opposed to 1) to get the 300% bonus. Additionally, should we all be on at the same time and need to do an instance, we can chain summon.
So really, who ever gets recruited last has to be the most loaded of us all because they have to spend 15$ more.
*When you recruit, the recruit gets a 10 day trial, so if you want to use that, then I'm guessing you get 40 days, should you not be the last person in the chain.
Save 15$ by recruit a friend, receive profits
Save even more by levelling up at 300% meaning we don't have spend more money on game time.
In even shorter, don't make an account because I already did. (I'm not sure if that means bnet, or actual WoW account, cause I made the prior, but just to be safe)(I've been looking around and shit.)
For some reason I can't check the expansions, but Vanilla WoW is only 20$ AUS for a digital purchase (so you only get the key) as opposed to its general 24-30 dollars.
I guess the loss is that for digital purchases you need a Mastercard/Visa or something, and you don't get a fancy ass box. (I would like a box, honestly. But imagine going to the shops and carrying around 5 huge ass boxes of WoW. Seriously, those boxes need to be smaller.)
** I'm looking around, and I'm going to guess that TBC is also 20$, whereas WotLK is $40 for some reason. Cata would probably be 50$ purely because of release.
So probably $80 for up to WotLK should we start playing before Cata, then another 50 after that.
That is, if we digitally purchase.
Buying game == 30 free days.
Recruiting == 30 free days.
So technically you got 60 free days doing this.