The other day I was chatting with an EverQuest II
guildmate who was looking to mail some resources to my crafting character. Save your coin, I told her, and I'll just come pick up the stacks of mats since they numbered close to 200.
She raised a quizzical eyebrow and asked me in no uncertain terms what the heck I was talking about, as EQII
charges a flat 50 copper per mail no matter how many items are attached. I've played so many fantasy games over the years -- a fair few of which up the postal charges depending on the quantity and rarity of your attachments -- that I had forgotten how user-friendly EQII's
implementation really was.
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