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Discussion in 'UHall' started by Blood Ghoul, Dec 4, 2011.
Do they need to be used or can they be stored as tickets for future use?
You could store all the previous ones before until you wanted to use them so i don't imagine these to be different. Until they tell us otherwise i wouldn't be worried about it. They will tell us at some point that they cannot be claimed probably but that is different than use.
If I were only after the Angel boxes what is the best item to choose for clean up points later? Does anyone know?
Also are there any rare rewards this year?
Thanks for starting this thread
Is there pictures of everything somewhere? (i've been gone) talking santa?
I have been saving my Xmas Gift tickets year by year .. rather than get all the gifts because so many stack up to houses full of items eventually. So far, as Pfloyd has suggested, the old ones from previous years have always been good up to now and I haven't heard of any changes either. Of course they can make changes and tell you when it is too late.
Which selection of gift gives the angel boxes Pfloyd?
As long as you remember to log in and get the ticket before they stop being given to characters you can save and use them whenever you like.
I still have some tickets I haven't used from years ago and they still work.
Good Point that sometimes is overlooked over the years:
Always log-in your characters on all shards to collect any type of gift ticket or reward since many of gifts must drop into your character's back pack or bank.
Be sure not to over-load your storage mules and their storage-type-bank accounts so they can accept that extra ticket/gift when you do log in. Else they would probably get a message reguarding overload or lack of same.
- - oh yes .. and in addition:
This year be sure to expect any of your Tamers that own Dread Warhorses to be hit by that new bug: Random Deadly Poison Bug - - an Area Spell that hits when you log-in, and sometimes after many safe log-ins, or even after being on line a long time after log in.