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Xiah (XI)
Taewool Entertainment | Official Site
MMORPG | Setting:Fantasy | Status:Final  (rel 10/31/06)  | Pub:onlinegame.com
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Commercial Service

Posted by Jon Wood on Dec 18, 2006  | Comments

Commercial Service - Xiah - MMORPG.com

Xiah has announced that they have launched their commercial service where players willbe able to buy certain in-game items.

San Jose, CA December 19th, 2006 - Xiah announced today that it was launching the commercial service of Xiah. This launch means that players can now purchase in-game items that were previously unavailable or difficult to acquire in the game. These items can help improve a player's game play.

The items that are now available at the item mall are:

  • Clean Water (Large)
  • Selling Tag
  • Mana Pill (Large)
  • Curing Potion (Large)
  • Dragon Bone Elixir (Large)
  • Eternal Life (Large)
  • Mana Pill (Medium)
  • Curing Potion (Medium)
  • Yao Hammer
  • Web Hammer
  • Ju Hammer
  • Stamp Hammer
  • Heaven Hammer
  • Dragon Hammer
  • Ice Crystal of Life
  • Ice Crystal of Accuracy
  • Ice Crystal of Defense
  • Ice Crystal of Attack
  • Large Hornpipe
  • Small Hornpipe

The model of free-to-play has not changed for Xiah. The addition of the Item Mall is simply a new feature for players that would like to purchase items that were not previously available or items that are available in the game, but are difficult to acquire in-game. Players buy items in the Item Mall with CyberCash. In-game currency, also known as Cybercash, can be purchased on the Xiah website.

"We have had many players who have been eagerly awaiting this service. It gives players more of a choice about how to acquire certain items", said Kevin Kim, CEO of OnNet USA, publisher of Xiah.

Read more here.

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