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SoE Launches The Serpant's Spine Expansion for EverQuest

Posted Tue, Sep 19, 2006 by LadySirse

Latest Expansion Boasts First New Player Race in Three Years, Along With Content For Players of All Levels

Its live!! The press release was issued today as the expansion went live!

The Serpent's Spine will give new and veteran players alike the opportunity to experience EverQuest from the beginning as a Drakkin, the first new player race since the Frogloks were introduced three years ago," said Christopher E. Sturr, Senior Global Brand Manager, Sony Online Entertainment. "Our ongoing efforts year in and year out to deliver new expansions, content and innovative product features for our loyal EverQuest players is testament to SOE's commitment to the success and longevity of EverQuest. No other massively-multiplayer online role-playing game has enjoyed this level of success for this long."

Read the rest of the press release to get all the details! Share your adventures int eh new expansion with us in the forums right here at Ten Ton Hammer!


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