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12 posts found
  zimike

Advanced Member

Joined: 4/25/08
Posts: 126

 
OP  9/15/13 12:39:53 PM#1

Hi,

 Just got back into Asheron's Call 2 and having a blast running around exploring. I only wish we had more lower level people. The entire population seems to be at max level and I don't see many who have rerolled new toons.

 Anyhow, If anyone  needs help with a low level toon, look up 'Zike'.

  logicbomb82

Apprentice Member

Joined: 1/02/07
Posts: 190

9/15/13 1:24:23 PM#2
I think the AC 2 server has only been up for 3-4 months, so if people are max level already I doubt it will take you long to reach that point.  Good luck, Asheron's Call is still my favorite MMO of all times.

Logicbomb
Captian of Team VIA/TD

  Odysses

Novice Member

Joined: 4/11/05
Posts: 582

9/16/13 9:42:48 PM#3
The server has been up since mid December last year.  I may resub again now that I have more time to play.
  Vekkuza

Novice Member

Joined: 9/24/09
Posts: 3

10/11/13 1:43:51 PM#4
Yeah I am having fun also. I miss playing this years go and still plan on sticking to it. Glad I heard about it a week into it reopening!
  Kaynos1972

Spotlight Poster

Joined: 2/10/04
Posts: 2323

10/11/13 1:44:46 PM#5

So you still need to have an active AC 1 sub to play right ?  I might resub, i think i have a BM around level 120ish.

 

  Vekkuza

Novice Member

Joined: 9/24/09
Posts: 3

10/13/13 1:55:26 AM#6
Gotta have AC1 for AC2. But I see about 4 people usually running around places and about 6 or more in major hubs.
  User Deleted
10/13/13 2:23:26 AM#7
I've been wanting to try this and AC, but I'm a bit concerned about giving their billing department my cc info after the multiple and recent over-billing errors. Has that all been sorted? Is billing secure?
  Po_gg

Elite Member

Joined: 5/12/10
Posts: 2086

10/13/13 2:53:26 AM#8
Originally posted by PWN_FACE
I've been wanting to try this and AC, but I'm a bit concerned about giving their billing department my cc info after the multiple and recent over-billing errors. Has that all been sorted? Is billing secure?

No billing is secure over the net :) but I admit Turbine seems to have a bit more "hiccups" than the industry average.

Whether Turbine or any other company, giving out cc info is never a wise thing to do. I was always a gamecard fan, until my lazyness took over - with the help of my bank implementing virtual cards. So if Turbine would try to charge me a couple hundreds of dollars due to some glitch in their billing system, they could try as hard as they want, good luck with that :)

  User Deleted
10/13/13 3:38:50 AM#9
Originally posted by Po_gg
Originally posted by PWN_FACE
I've been wanting to try this and AC, but I'm a bit concerned about giving their billing department my cc info after the multiple and recent over-billing errors. Has that all been sorted? Is billing secure?

No billing is secure over the net :) but I admit Turbine seems to have a bit more "hiccups" than the industry average.

Whether Turbine or any other company, giving out cc info is never a wise thing to do. I was always a gamecard fan, until my lazyness took over - with the help of my bank implementing virtual cards. So if Turbine would try to charge me a couple hundreds of dollars due to some glitch in their billing system, they could try as hard as they want, good luck with that :)

I just tried to use PayPal, but as in the past, I still get "payment authorization failed." My PayPal works for all of my other transactions, just never for Digital River. I don't know why. And I'm hesitant, like I said, to give CC info to them right now. If I could get a timecard for the game, that would be fine. But I can't even buy it for the $9.99.

 

 

  psiic

Elite Member

Joined: 6/03/09
Posts: 643

10/13/13 3:52:55 AM#10
yea I got nailed with 4x billing just glad I missed the 10X.
  SnarlingWolf

Novice Member

Joined: 6/23/09
Posts: 2728

10/13/13 7:56:45 PM#11
Originally posted by PWN_FACE
Originally posted by Po_gg
Originally posted by PWN_FACE
I've been wanting to try this and AC, but I'm a bit concerned about giving their billing department my cc info after the multiple and recent over-billing errors. Has that all been sorted? Is billing secure?

No billing is secure over the net :) but I admit Turbine seems to have a bit more "hiccups" than the industry average.

Whether Turbine or any other company, giving out cc info is never a wise thing to do. I was always a gamecard fan, until my lazyness took over - with the help of my bank implementing virtual cards. So if Turbine would try to charge me a couple hundreds of dollars due to some glitch in their billing system, they could try as hard as they want, good luck with that :)

I just tried to use PayPal, but as in the past, I still get "payment authorization failed." My PayPal works for all of my other transactions, just never for Digital River. I don't know why. And I'm hesitant, like I said, to give CC info to them right now. If I could get a timecard for the game, that would be fine. But I can't even buy it for the $9.99.

 

 

You could buy it with cc and then change your billing info to paypal. At that point your cc info would be gone.

  User Deleted
10/13/13 9:45:10 PM#12
Originally posted by SnarlingWolf
Originally posted by PWN_FACE
Originally posted by Po_gg
Originally posted by PWN_FACE
I've been wanting to try this and AC, but I'm a bit concerned about giving their billing department my cc info after the multiple and recent over-billing errors. Has that all been sorted? Is billing secure?

No billing is secure over the net :) but I admit Turbine seems to have a bit more "hiccups" than the industry average.

Whether Turbine or any other company, giving out cc info is never a wise thing to do. I was always a gamecard fan, until my lazyness took over - with the help of my bank implementing virtual cards. So if Turbine would try to charge me a couple hundreds of dollars due to some glitch in their billing system, they could try as hard as they want, good luck with that :)

I just tried to use PayPal, but as in the past, I still get "payment authorization failed." My PayPal works for all of my other transactions, just never for Digital River. I don't know why. And I'm hesitant, like I said, to give CC info to them right now. If I could get a timecard for the game, that would be fine. But I can't even buy it for the $9.99.

 

 

You could buy it with cc and then change your billing info to paypal. At that point your cc info would be gone.

Yes, that may work and I might give it a try, though I have read about other people having the same problem with their cc. It seems like their solution was doing it over the phone.