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EverQuest II: The Fallen Dynasty
Game Description:The third of a series of digital download Adventure Packs, each specifically designed to give players countless hours of new content in a rich, story-based realm located beneath the surface of Norrath. The Fallen Dynasty introduces EQII players to a mysterious city shrouded in secrets and once ruled by a powerful entity. The Whistling Fist, an ancient order of monks, guard its veiled past, but seek adventurers brave enough to explore the mysteries of this forgotten civilization.
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