Question about merging accounts?

In World of Warcraft, each player character has a specific set of skills and abilities that define that character’s role. For example, mages are powerful spellcasters who use magic to inflict damage on their enemies from afar but are very vulnerable to attacks. These traits define the role of the mage: hang back, do a ton of damage, and hope to kill the monsters before they reach you.
In a group context, there are three main roles: tank, damage dealer, and healer. A warrior can choose to serve as a formidable “tank,” or protector. Tanks are resilient, and it’s their job to draw the enemy’s attention away from the more vulnerable members of the group. The aforementioned mages make excellent damage dealers. A priest specialized in healing powers may not do as much damage as other classes, but they can play a vital role, keeping the party alive with healing magic. It’s important to note that all classes, regardless of which role they perform, are able to play solo.

Say I get an RAF account, get a couple characters, am I able to merge the account into my other Battle.Net account and transfer the characters over?

Thanks!

Can't see time left on Recruit a Friend

In World of Warcraft, each player character has a specific set of skills and abilities that define that character’s role. For example, mages are powerful spellcasters who use magic to inflict damage on their enemies from afar but are very vulnerable to attacks. These traits define the role of the mage: hang back, do a ton of damage, and hope to kill the monsters before they reach you.
In a group context, there are three main roles: tank, damage dealer, and healer. A warrior can choose to serve as a formidable “tank,” or protector. Tanks are resilient, and it’s their job to draw the enemy’s attention away from the more vulnerable members of the group. The aforementioned mages make excellent damage dealers. A priest specialized in healing powers may not do as much damage as other classes, but they can play a vital role, keeping the party alive with healing magic. It’s important to note that all classes, regardless of which role they perform, are able to play solo.

Hi there,
I was doing RaF with a friend but the account is inactive right now so I can’t see the current status on recruit a friend.
I was wondering if there was any other way to find out how much time is left on it so we can keep leveling without having to buy game time.
I don’t want to buy more game time if the xp bonus isn’t there anymore.

can heirlooms in left in a mailbox be deleted

In World of Warcraft, each player character has a specific set of skills and abilities that define that character’s role. For example, mages are powerful spellcasters who use magic to inflict damage on their enemies from afar but are very vulnerable to attacks. These traits define the role of the mage: hang back, do a ton of damage, and hope to kill the monsters before they reach you.
In a group context, there are three main roles: tank, damage dealer, and healer. A warrior can choose to serve as a formidable “tank,” or protector. Tanks are resilient, and it’s their job to draw the enemy’s attention away from the more vulnerable members of the group. The aforementioned mages make excellent damage dealers. A priest specialized in healing powers may not do as much damage as other classes, but they can play a vital role, keeping the party alive with healing magic. It’s important to note that all classes, regardless of which role they perform, are able to play solo.

i created a new character and sent a whole set of heirlooms over to that character but before i withdrew them from the mailbox i logged out and forgot about that character for a few months.

i know mail gets deleted automatically but i wouldn’t think so if you had heirlooms in them. If so is it possible to get them back.

Used RAF three hours ago

In World of Warcraft, each player character has a specific set of skills and abilities that define that character’s role. For example, mages are powerful spellcasters who use magic to inflict damage on their enemies from afar but are very vulnerable to attacks. These traits define the role of the mage: hang back, do a ton of damage, and hope to kill the monsters before they reach you.
In a group context, there are three main roles: tank, damage dealer, and healer. A warrior can choose to serve as a formidable “tank,” or protector. Tanks are resilient, and it’s their job to draw the enemy’s attention away from the more vulnerable members of the group. The aforementioned mages make excellent damage dealers. A priest specialized in healing powers may not do as much damage as other classes, but they can play a vital role, keeping the party alive with healing magic. It’s important to note that all classes, regardless of which role they perform, are able to play solo.

Hello,

I was wondering if there was a problem with the RAF system. I sent an invite to my brother a few hours ago and he followed the instructions in the e-mail. He created a new account and ‘applied’ the referral to that account.

Since then we have tried repeatedly to re-log from both in game and in browser but nothing seems to be fixing the problem. We are not getting the option to summon on our level one characters.

Is there any way we can fix the issue?

Thanks,
Patch

RAF Claim Button Bugged

In World of Warcraft, each player character has a specific set of skills and abilities that define that character’s role. For example, mages are powerful spellcasters who use magic to inflict damage on their enemies from afar but are very vulnerable to attacks. These traits define the role of the mage: hang back, do a ton of damage, and hope to kill the monsters before they reach you.
In a group context, there are three main roles: tank, damage dealer, and healer. A warrior can choose to serve as a formidable “tank,” or protector. Tanks are resilient, and it’s their job to draw the enemy’s attention away from the more vulnerable members of the group. The aforementioned mages make excellent damage dealers. A priest specialized in healing powers may not do as much damage as other classes, but they can play a vital role, keeping the party alive with healing magic. It’s important to note that all classes, regardless of which role they perform, are able to play solo.

Okay, I’ve been fed up over not getting a definite answer to this. It is to my understanding that if you have to wait a week, there is no option to claim the reward at all. My brother bought his second month (I am dead positive) 3 days before RAF came back up. When RAF came back up, it said I was eligible to claim a reward. However, everytime I try to claim the reward, when I click yes on the mount I want nothing happens. I have heard the people that have recently had their friends buy a second month don’t even see the “You are eligible to claim a reward” at all.

I’ve reset the interface, removed all addons, etc. I’ve tried everything.