Here’s how to tell what features are on your EverQuest II account

    
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I recently returned to EverQuest II, and since it’s been over a year since I played it seriously, I figured I had better pony up and buy all of the expansion content that I missed. Trouble is, I couldn’t remember what I already owned, nor had I really kept up with all of the content released since I played last, and Daybreak currently offers no obvious way of viewing all of your account entitlements.

EQ2Wire to the rescue, though, as the site sussed out what appears to be a hidden link that does indeed list every expansion, adventure pack, veteran reward, SOE Live exclusive, and Legends of Norrath card game claim item that you can use in EQII. Naturally you’ll need to be logged into your Daybreak account via the company’s website for the link to work, and it’s also worth noting that all of your entitlements appear twice as of press time.

In other franchise news, Daybreak’s Holly Longdale posted a brief producer’s update on the official EverQuest forums.

Source: EQ2Wire
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flatline4400
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flatline4400

Presumably this works for all their games.  It does for EQ original….  https://account.daybreakgames.com/authenticated/cam/subscriptionDetails.action?gameCode=EQ

SirMysk
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SirMysk

DPandaren Ditto, but vet rewards are not the same as entitlements. That’s just a fancy way of saying which expansion & adventure content you have access to. I actually had to use Wikipedia in combination with the link in this article to see what I have and don’t have, and I still have no idea how to start the quest lines in the expansion content that I do have access to. O_o
This game needs some kind of guide to nudge the returning player in the right directions. No spoiler content, but something divided up into the appropriate level ranges and a “go here to get started”, X marks the spot kind of thing would be fine.

DPandaren
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DPandaren

Radfist Midgetsnowman AFK leveling with a merc!

DPandaren
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DPandaren

I don’t need too apparently. I have all the fancy vet rewards. :>

SirMysk
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SirMysk

I bopped back into the game to see if it works in Win 10 and my goodness was I ever lost. Heck I don’t even remember how to access the content that I have “entitlements” to and the game doesn’t make finding any of this very easy to do.
Bonus confusion: I signed in and my character received a flood of new spells. I haven’t a clue why or what they’re from. I can only guess that an expansion since my last login added spells to previous levels (my character is a humble lvl 45). Spells. Abilities. Whatever they were.

HolyAvengerOne
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HolyAvengerOne

“and http://massivelyop.com/tag/daybreak currently offers no obvious way of viewing all of your account entitlements.”

Dafuk, Daybreak??

Radfist
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Radfist

Bannex19 You don’t need anything other than a monthly sub for the new progression server. 
Also for the normal servers the only thing you need to buy is the latest expansion + rum cellar pack (about 40 bucks) and maybe the Age of Discovery pack if you want mercs / reforging.
All content expansions except for the latest are unlocked for F2P players.

Radfist
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Radfist

dongs You really should try the Time Locked EQ2 servers then.  Grouping is pretty much necessary if you want to level up at a respectable rate.  It has been fantastic grouping all time and doing all the old dungeons (rather than solo with a merc like on the normal servers).

Radfist
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Radfist

Midgetsnowman Haha that’s the point though.  You’ll get to see all the fantastic group content as it was meant to be played, rather than solo with a merc.

Midgetsnowman
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Midgetsnowman

good thing I’m playing on the progression server, I dont have to worry! though I admit to being tempted to try the not progression server too.