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EverQuest: Shadows of Luclin Videos and Trailers - PC

EverQuest: Shadows of Luclin
Game Description:The Shadows of Luclin is the third expansion pack for the MMORPG EverQuest which opens up the moon of Luclin as the new territory. Luclin is divided into the land of light, ruled by Discord, and a land of shadow, ruled by Order. Luclin has twenty-five areas including a new starting city. The graphics engine has been enhanced greatly and more detailed character models are being introduced. The expansion also includes an additional player race, the Vah Shir (Kerrans), and class, the Beastlord. There are non-level-based advancement options for those characters already at level 60, which remains the maximum level.
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