Grant A Level or level gifting is a special feature that allows you to grant a level to a friend who referred you to the Recruit-A-Friend program, and you signed up for World of Warcraft.

For every two levels you gain you get 1 bonus level to grant other players. Levels you've gained from grants will add to your grantable bonus.

Your friend can even grant bonus levels to your own characters!

From Recruit-A-Friend FAQ (page 2 of US FAQ or page 1 of EU FAQ):[1][2]

Your recruit will need to right-click your target character's portrait and select "Grant A Level."

Notes Edit

As stated on the FAQ page, a single character that has been leveled as a result of the Recruit-A-Friend process can grant up to 44 levels (previously 42, 40 and 30). This means that it's possible to level two characters up to 90 in this manner (thus earning a total of 90 grantable levels) and thus allow the veteran player to create a new character from level 1 and have the two recruited characters grant him levels all the way up to 90.

Also, because granting a character levels does not affect their progress through their current level, you can use this tactic to bring a brand new character straight to level 91. This is because a character that is at 99% experience in level 1 will be at 99% at any level they obtain through granted levels.

Recruit characters may then grant these levels to lower level veteran characters.

You cannot grant a character levels if its a higher level than the current character. This means that should the new player be level 20 they cannot grant levels to a veteran whose character is level 40.

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