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[Definition]What are Asian shards?

Discussion in 'UO Asia Trade' started by athos_uo, May 22, 2010.

  1. athos_uo

    athos_uo Seasoned Veteran
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    May 12, 2008
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    What are "Asian" shards?

    We call following 11 shards Asian shards: Arirang, Balhae, Formosa; Asuka, Hokuto, Izumo, Mizuho, Sakura, Wakoku, Yamato; Mugen.

    We divide them into two groups: shards under control of UO US team and shards under control of UO Japan team.

    Shards under control of US team: Arirang, Balhae, Formosa.

    Shards under control of Japan team: Asuka, Hokuto, Izumo, Mizuho, Sakura, Wakoku, Yamato; Mugen.

    I call shards under control of Japan team usually Japanese shards.

    Arirang and Balhae are Korean shards.

    Formosa is a Taiwanese shard.