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Dark and Light Pioneer Program Announced

Posted Mon, Nov 21, 2005 by Boomjack

Pioneers without the covered wagons, oxen and hardships.



The good folks at Dark and Light just dropped an offer in my
mailbox.    Since it didn't begin with m0rtg age I read
it and what do you know...it's pretty cool.

"Dark and LightT Offers Exclusive Advantages To Players
Until December 4th Through Limited Edition "Pioneer" Program



NEWS:    Limited edition "Pioneer" designation gives
Dark and LightT MMORPG

players a wide range of skills and privileges, both during Settlers of
Ganareth (opening for free December 8th, 2005) and after Dark and Light
releases in April, 2006



WHO:    Maximum 8,881 registrants for 8,881 numbered
accounts



WHEN:    Pioneer registrations taken ONLY from November
24th, 2005 (6:00 PM

GMT) through December 4th, 2005 (11:00 PM GMT)



HOW:    To register, go to www.darkandlight.com



COST:    $59.99 USD



DETAILS:    Leave your mark on Ganareth for generations
to come!

Pioneers will receive unique rights, powers and commemoratives starting
immediately with the free debut of Dark and Light's Settlers of
Ganareth period.



    Benefits during Settlers of Ganareth:

.    Special skill that allows Pioneers to invocate
young Drakes and use them as an exclusive dragon mount

.    Privileged access to teleport system using the Mana
fountains found in pacified territories

.    The knowledge of Ganareth maps which helps Pioneers
stay one step ahead of their enemies



Benefits during Dark and Light:

.    48 hours of access to Dark and Light prior to its
official release

.    One free month of Dark and Light

.    A permanent Pioneer title for one of your avatars

.    Dragon mount from Settlers of Ganareth period
becomes one of your pets, regardless of your character class or race

.    An exclusive map of major battles from Settlers of
Ganareth period

.    Special privileges for one descendant during Dark
and Light.  He/she

will:

o    Display your nobility title

o    Inherit your family's wealth

o    Discover an artifact (tree, book, etc.) left by you
which will forever commemorate your history and deeds "

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