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Okay so my Son is going to play World of Warcraft with me now and i would like to create another account for him so we can play together and do RAF so we level quickly. I want to have his account under my same battle.net account so that i can manage what he does and what not. I am curious though to see if i can make a new email and send the RAF invite to it and then have the account created under my battle.net account. another reason why i would like to do it this way is so that i can mail his character heirlooms and we can level up even faster. If i could get some feedback as to if this is possible and politically correct or not that would be great. Thanks.(##RESPBREAK##)16##DELIM##asakawa##DELIM##Moved to the WoW General forum.
Use the same email your first account is under. It will give you your old wowlogin (wow1) and the new wow2 account the first time you log in. You can get the full RaF benefits from that, set parental controls, and whatever else you like. (including mailing boas).
I did this to get my free flying 2 person and to make a second account to try out multiboxing.
If you do it that way, and they share a Battle.net account, you'll be able to send him BoA's. I think he'd get credit for your mounts, pets and achieves, too.
However, if you want him to be able to collect his own pets, and mounts, you might want to make a separate account.
I can confirm via my 2nd starter account mounts, pets, and achievements are shared.
Note that if you use a separate email you can still set parental controls. The only downside is that you won't be able to send BoAs.
Finally, can you RAF an account to your own account? Seems strange that you could.
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