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Starting in March, 2012, the original Everquest will be going "free to play" and the subscription fee will be optional. However, at this point they are ending support for the Macintosh version of the game. The free to play version has fewer features than the version with a monthly fee. You can read more about the differences in the free to play FAQ. Up ...


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The "default" method is the only approved method. EverQuest does not provide any facility for addons, and also explicitly prohibits their use. They go as far as to monitor player's process task list. The following is from the EQ Terms of Service: D. CONSENT TO MONITOR Please note that some games available on or through The Station may, when in ...


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You only need to move items from your inventory into the tradeskill container until you have successfully created your first item and learned the recipe. (Note: some recipes are pre-learned by scribing a scroll or book - this is more common for cultural recipes than other types). After you learn a recipe, open the tradeskill container in recipe mode using ...


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In March 2012, EQ vanilla will become F2P. After listening to your feedback and suggestions over the past few years, I'm happy to announce that in early March 2012, EverQuest will be going free-to-play.


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Although I haven't played recently, I played for several months after the initial release. Aion does have some features that set it apart: Flight: all characters can "fly" from an early level. In many places, you are only allowed to glide, and your flight time is limited (and can be increased with equipment and potions). This can still make getting ...


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It's been a long time since I played EQ, so keep in mind this might be outdated. Bards are jacks of all trades, so just about any class should be fine. It really depends on which direction you want to lead your pairing (Ranged DPS, Melee DPS, Kiting...). Myself, I'd choose a ranged heavy DPS class like a Wizard or a Necro, which would benefit from the ...


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Taken from: http://www.eqmac.com/forums/viewtopic.php?t=4639 Step 3 is where you want to start. Several of our readers have been having trouble getting the free download of Everquest's Mac edition from Sony Online Entertainment's site. So, here's some step-by-step instructions that should help: Step 1. Sign up for a Station account* at ...


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Sadly, Everquest for Mac was shutdown forever on November 18, 2013.


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You can download and install it from from EverQuest for Mac website. You must have a Station account and be logged in.


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You can hand in Red Wine in stacks of four to Lokar T'Biath in the library to increase your Dark Bargainers and Inner/Outer Guards faction.


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I have personally played EQ but looking at the wiki, i found this page. Item Stat Explination So to answer your questions: Rec LvL: Recommended Level. This means to what level your toon can wear the item before it becomes obsolete. AC = Armor Class or Count. This is your armor level. Like other games, the higher your armor level, the more physical ...


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Use the /claim command or press Shift + C (default key command setting) in game to open the Claim Window displaying all items you may claim on that account. To claim an item from the Claim Window, select the item on the left side of the window, and press the Claim button. You must have an open inventory slot (i.e. No container/bag taking up that slot) to ...


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Allakhazam was the resource I used back in the day. Apparently that leg never got a quest. http://everquest.allakhazam.com/db/item.html?item=17166


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Step 1 You will need (at most) 50pp to purchase the following ingredients: Medium Jar Sketch x 80 Medium Bowl Sketch x 300+ Block of Clay x 400+ Water Flask x 400+ There are many merchants around the world. As a druid i found it best to use South Ro merchants for the Sketches, and Kelethin for the Pottery Wheel and Water/Clay. The Pottery Wheel is ...


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This is an old question, but for anyone else stumbling into it, the best answer is don't worry about the huge lists of stats as a new player. This is a lvl 7 guy looking at lvl 80 gear. Just play the game naturally and you'll learn the important terms from people as you go along. The basics you really need to keep in mind are: AC: Higher the better, ...



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