EverQuest adds The Burning Lands expansion to its free-to-play offerings

    
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Here’s some really great news for EverQuest’s free-to-play community: Daybreak has added a whole additional expansion to the roster of what you can experience. The studio announced that it was folding in The Burning Lands, the game’s 25th expansion, in with all of the other free packs for its F2P model.

The Burning Lands came out in December 2019 and added the luck stat, six more zones, and plenty of raids, quests, AAs, collections, and abilities. The pack focused on a war between the djinn of the Plane of Air and the efreeti of the Plane of Fire.

In addition to this, Daybreak also increased the caps on the Dragon’s Hoard bank for everyone, bumping it up to 40 for free players and 100 to 125 for subscribers. More bank slots can be purchased in the store with an upper limit of 250.

Source: EverQuest
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Vanquesse V

This is level 105+ content and as far as I know the cap on AA for non subscribers is still 250 points spent.
I don’t see how this is of any use to anyone.

Some context: If you subscribe you can have the game auto-grant you most of the AA you need, so you can focus on leveling instead of funneling exp into AA. At level 106 the auto-granted AA is around 10.000 points.
The only way for a non-subscriber to raise the 250 AA cap is to buy increases of 100 points at 250 daybreak cash each.
These are valued at the industry standard of 100 funny money per dollar. So to raise your cap to 10k points you’re looking at spending $243

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Aaron Weddle

if u subscribe at 14.95 a month for one month and do the auto grant thing. it will give them to you and they are still active if u fall back to free to play. but also i believe auto grant only works on AA’s u’ve earned
u still need to put XP into AA’s

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Vanquesse V

I wrongly had assumed for a while that previous auto-granted AA would be inactive while not subbed, but you’re right.
Auto-granting AA checks every time you zone or level and grants you everything (except aggro reduction and tradeskills) up to your current level for free, at least early on.