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# 14919 26-Jul-2007 15:12
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if u play SRO i have one ????? u see these adds like for $60 u can get 100mil gold is this e-legal because i am poor in the game i want to get 10mil for $6.00 plz answer

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  # 79792 26-Jul-2007 15:17
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I've deleted your previous question about this game because it was really hard to understand! Try not using SMS speak next time you post in forums... It's easier for people to understand and you might even get a reply.

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  # 79801 26-Jul-2007 15:32
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I don't know about SRO specifically, but it's quite rare for this not to be a scam with online gaming.  In most cases, the only times this would be valid are when the game providers officially support it (e.g. NCSoft provide official online stores for buying gold, etc.).

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  # 79943 27-Jul-2007 10:00
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I know from playing WoW, that buying ingame gold is illegal and against the TOA.

Another reason to refrain from it, is that a vast majority of the websites that claim to sell gold
for reasonable prices are in fact packed with keylogger programs.
So if you go to these sites to see whats on offer, they can get access to your account and will proceed to hack into it,
change the passwords and sell all your items to make gold for themselves.

My advice is to just play the game the way it was intended.

Also if you do decide to proceed with a purchase of an amount of gold, please do not give them your
credit card details, organise an alternative method of payment.

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  # 79949 27-Jul-2007 10:23
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Rachon: My advice is to just play the game the way it was intended.

That's true.  It may suck at first but should be more rewarding to do it the hard way.  You may just need to spend more time farming.

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  # 79960 27-Jul-2007 10:50
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Yeh doing the farming or grinding yourself is more rewarding in the long run.
It took me a few weeks to get my mainhand and offhand daggers upgraded with high end enchants (2 x mongoose)
but I took alot of pleasure out of doing it.
I did get the 12 void crystals needed from the guild bank but then again we do have surplus stacks of them.

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