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EverQuest: Veil of Alaris Pre-Orders Now Available

Posted Wed, Oct 19, 2011 by Martuk

EverQuest: Veil of Alaris will launch in November and Sony Online Entertainment has opened pre-orders for the 18th expansion of the EverQuest saga. Pre-orders are available through November 14th and come in two flavors – Standard ($39.99) and Collector’s Edition ($59.99).

The Standard Veil of Alaris comes with all previous EverQuest expansions and the Desert Kangon Saddle, Traveler’s Rucksack and the Veil of Alaris, Resplendent Sword Ornamentation (available immediately with pre-order), Painting: Original EverQuest Box Art (available immediately with pre-order) in-game items. The Collector’s Edition includes all the previous items plus several additional in-game items such as Journeyman's Pocketed Rucksack, Forest Kangon Saddle, Swinetor Contract, Concept Art Painting #1, Concept Art Painting #2 and Sentry Stone Replica.

Less items are included if you order on or after November 15th, 2011. Check out the pre-order announcement for more details.

Source: EverQuest website

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