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KR Trial question

Discussion in 'UHall' started by OldGuy, Jun 28, 2008.

  1. OldGuy

    OldGuy Guest

    I played UO for a few years and stopped just before Mondain's Legacy. I'd like to start fresh with a new account and I'm trying to determine the best way to do that.

    I've downloaded and patched the KR Trial but haven't setup an account yet.
    I can't find exactly what expansions are included in the trial. Does anybody know this?

    I see I can buy a ML account code at the UO Game Store for $30. This seems like it would work but it is also the most expensive option.

    I believe if I can track down a 9th anniversary edition I would be in the same place as the last option - but I'd have to find a copy. I passed up an opportunity about 6 months ago for $5 so I'm thinking this is probably the cheapest option. Has anybody seen any recently?

    I'm not 100% sure I would be coming back to stay but I would like the new account setup with full access if I did. I'm just not sure about the best way to accomplish this goal.

    Thanks for any help.
     
  2. galefan2004

    galefan2004 Guest

    I believe it is all but ML.

    I see I can buy a ML account code at the UO Game Store for $30. This seems like it would work but it is also the most expensive option.

    Try Amazon. Also try eBay. I'm pretty sure you can still find new copies on Amazon. If you can get a 9th age you get ML for free.

    Check Amazon and eBay for a NEW copy of UO 9th age. If you can find one of those then get it. It will save you money from the ML expansion. If you can't find one then do the trial with KR and pay to activate ML.
     
  3. OldGuy

    OldGuy Guest

    Thanks Galefan. I checked Ebay and Amazon and found only one for around $30. I was able then to find a copy of 9th Anniversary at a local Game Stop for under $15.