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Wednesday, October 6, 2004
 

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EQMac's First Annual Halloween Contest
7:43 AM | Mike Apps | Comment on this story

EQMac.com, a major fan site for players of the Mac version of Everquest, recently announced that they would be holding their first annual Halloween Contest.

Here's a list of prizes:

Prizes are:

1 SOE/VIP Tee-Shirt ( With my limited amount, sizes preference cannot be guaranteed )
1 copy of Everquest Role Playing Guide ( Pen and Paper EQ )
1 Custom Title at EQMac.com ( Still deciding on title, taking PM suggestions )
1 Everquest Keychain
1 500pp in Game

For more information, or to check out EQMac.com, follow the provided links below.

EQMac's First Annual Halloween Contest
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