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SOE Allows Purchase of In-Game Items In Everquest I, II
12/10/2008

Zonk points out some big news for fans of the Everquest games; Sony Online divertive has rolled out a system which allows the view photos & more.www.exchangeandmart.co.uk

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definition:to gi for a virtual currency which is then spendable on the items. Massively has a walkthrough of how it will work, and shows some of the items up for sale, including vanity armor, non-combat pets, and potions that make various aspects of your individuality better. "Each of these types of flasks comes in a tier. Tier I flasks upswing XP by 10% and cost $1.00. Tier II flasks upsurge XP by 25% and cost $5.00. Tier III flasks upswing XP by 50%, and cost $10.00 each. All flask tiers last for 4 hours on use, and more than one can't be used at a time." Further details on the system are attainable in the FAQ and the Terms of Service. This comes parallel to news today that approaching MMO Star Wars: The Old llc.view results from: nomenclature | lexicon



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