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Numerology information Everquest:
Name Number: 6 Meaning: Home, Family, Love, Balance, Harmony, Help, Warmth, Social justice
Definition funny of Everquest:
A highly destructive psychological plague released by the neo-nazi affiliate, Verant. Symptoms of the virus include a brief sense of accomplishment followed by a rapid succession of worthlessness, the inability to function in a social setting, and permanent detrimental effects to one’s chances of getting laid. The only known cure is suicide, or Everquest II.
"Everquest only seconds Linux as a birth control method" - Anonymous
The second most effective birth control method next to linux.
People who play evershit will never get pussy
An online role playing game.
Honey did you feed the baby while I was gone the last week? Oh shit I forgot, I was playing EverQuest the whole time!
Created by people just as lonely as the people who play it. You play a gnome, elf, fairy or (Imagine this) a man. Your goal is to loose your job, wife, family, money, ability to use muscles (Besides clicking fingers and wrists), and life to this game. Your character collects graphical swords and potions in a never ending quest to obtain level 99 status. If you do, you are transported (in real "life") 10 years into the future, with no idea how the outside world looks, or how the sun looks for that matter.
Books about Everquest:
EverQuest:Truth and Steel by Thomas Reid (Sep 4, 2006)
Everquest: The Rogue's Hour by Scott Ciencin (Oct 13, 2004)
Everquest Atlas: The Maps of Myrist by Ryan Barker and Amanda Flock (2001)
EverQuest: The Ruins of Kunark--Revised & Expanded: Prima's Official Strategy Guide by Inc. IMGS (Aug 3, 2000)
Everquest: The Ocean of Tears (Everquest) by Stewart Wieck (Nov 2005)
EverQuest: The Ruins of Kunark (Prima's Official Strategy Guide) by Inc. IMGS (Apr 20, 2000)
Everquest Next: Chronicles of the Last Archmage by Sebastian Volpi (Oct 11, 2014)
Wiki information Everquest:
EverQuest is a 3D fantasy-themed massively multiplayer online role-playing game that was released on March 16, 1999. The original design is credited to Brad McQuaid, Steve Clover, and Bill Trost. It was developed by Sony's 989 Studios and its...
EverQuest II is a 3D fantasy massively multiplayer online role-playing game developed by Sony Online Entertainment, based on EverQuest, and shipped on 4 November 2004. It features updated graphics and different gameplay from its predecessor.