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I have many classmate and friends who like to play the game. We usually play the game together. We often talk the game information, sharing the game experience. I have one classmate who was a professional player. At the beginning of the game, I had to buy a key, including six in one group. If I buy a new one for my classmate he can play it without payment for one month. That means the player come from all over the world. No matter where you are from, all over the player key play in the same game. mabinogi gold is same. But there are cheaper or expensive gold. The European gold is most expensive. The European banned account was lower than American in the present two years. So I suggest him to buy the European key. But I am not sure it will not be banned. I have a classmate who was a new player. So one month is the least for him. He often asks help online. In fact, if the player was a professor he can play on three computers at the same time. He has to buy equipment when he was playing the level. He can not product mabinogi money so he has to buy mabinogi gold. The cost was a little great. So every player has to prepare some money for the gold. The game do not need agent. It is easy for him to play.He owns his things in the game. There are lots of items in his warehouse. He can have his own shop. He can sell some items in his shop. Others can check the price of the items in his shop. If some one buys the item my class selling he will get mabinogi online gold at once. He plays the game better than others. The account level is same as the original one. Every character has his skill. He can attack others if he has some strength skill. He can win others if he has AGI skill. When fighting with others he can move faster, protect him efficiently. And he can make money selling the skill. He can show his skill to others to make honor. He has a bird that can fly faster. It can take the player to somewhere he wants. The requirement is he must be 20 levels. The play must have the driving license then he can drive the bird. The price is a little high. The player can never get the bird as a vehicle in cheap mabinogi. I do not use the bird often.
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