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EverQuest: The Scars of Velious
Game Description:Scars of Velious is the second expansion pack for the MMORPG EverQuest. The icy continent of Velious with sixteen new zones inhabited by thirty-six new non-player character races like frost giants, storm giants, ice dragons, undead dragons, sirens, walrusmen, and ottermen. You can take sides in the epic battle between the giants and the dragons that rule this land. There is a better customizable user interface, more detailed textures and models, Gnomish ships, and more items, spells, and quests. The expansion is targeted at characters of 30th level or greater, and will allow players to reach 60th level.
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