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The Chronicle - Pre-order and Sub Plan Details

Posted Tue, Jan 17, 2006 by Awenyddion

It's the first game to release for the new service MMOCenter.com. There are details up on the FAQ (llinked above) about the pricing plan (a hefty 19.95 a month) and pre-order perks (did I mention that hefty 19.95 a month?).

I read someplace there's a PreOrder, what will that get me?
PreOrdering is $19.95. PreOrder Perks include:
Discount: A 25% discount on the monthly subscription costs of MMO Center for one full year.
Closed Beta: Early access to our closed beta testing program, including the game client itself, the beta community website packed with inside information and exclusive contest just for pre-order subscribers.
Beta to Live Character Transfer: When MMO Center goes live with its first two games, The Chronicle and Machines, only characters belonging to pre-order subscribers will roll over into the release editions, saving them from being erased or reset. Get ahead. Stay ahead.
Customized Item: Instead of offering characters a stock special item that they often outgrow, pre-order customers will be able to customize a unique item that evolves along with their character. The items are very powerful, and the earlier you pre-order, the more powerful your custom item will be!

I'm sorry.. did I mention that 19.95 a month subscription plan? Whoah Nelly

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