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As I mentioned a few months ago, I have changed my Everquest Nav buttons to Retro ones. The Retro section of my website gets twice as many viewers as the Everquest one so the change I believe was necessary. All of the Everquest Guides can be accessed still, just dolor lumbar cronico as easily, by clicking on the Everquest button which is second on the nav bar. You may actually like the EQ page more considering the fact that you can use Ctrl + F to find whatever guide you want rather easily.

I have also added a lot more details to the Ring of Scale Guides. Instead of just linking to the 300 – 350 Tradeskill Guides, I am now linking to a dozen different guides contractura lumbar sintomas on how to raise your tradeskills too. Don’t you assume I am done working on my EQ guides!

I have actually done quite a few updates recently, here are just a few of them:

If you’d like to support my work and get access to my EQ Farming Guides consider donating to me on Patreon (last button on the new nav bar) or by sending me a paypal donation estenosis espinal lumbar! Before I begin writing guides for Retro Games again, I will be doing many more EQ updates.

Brief update, I am currently doing a giveaway on the Firiona Vie server, I have 13 collection sets to give away. For the Official announcement I made a post on the Everquest Forums. I’m also currently adding more to the EQ Farming Guides, here is a sneak peek of the Plane of War guide I am working dolor lumbar y mareos on for the Endgame guides & Farming Guides!

An update for my Everquesters. I plan to purchase all the copies of The Burning Lands that I need for writing guides this week. I’m purchasing them on accounts with level 105 characters though which means I will dolor lumbar causas emocionales need some time to power level all those characters before I can add TBL guides. Expect another very large EQ update around Feb of 2019.

In the mean time, I will be adding more Ring of Scale Farming Locations to my Everquest Farming Guides. I’ll also be revamping the level 110 section in my farming guides since there’s a buttload of information for max level escoliosis sintomas players now, which I believe should be separate from the 105 section.

Those of you who didn’t read the previous update, the EQ Farming Guides are made for TLP players as well as players on live. They’re separated by level and start at the Omens of War expansion pack. All it takes for access to the guide is you donating via cirugia de hernia de disco lumbar l5 s1 Paypal or on Patreon. For a Paypal donation, you can find the donate button on the right hand side of my website above Recent Updates.

Not a large update, but an update none the less! I have added two new zones, Gorowyn and Sathir’s Tomb to my Everquest Farming Guides and also updated the Howling Stones guide. My Everquest Farming Guides are currently behind a donation only paywall – you can donate as much as you want but technically just 1$ will get you full access to them. For more information follow dolor lumbar derecho causas the link provided.

There are guides for TLP players hernia de disco lumbar too in my Farming Guides section; it covers all expansions from Omens of War to Ring of Scale and eventually I will write guides for Burning Lands too! That is the perfect segue into the next thing I wanted to talk about, Burning Lands!

I’m fairly certain that during the month of December I am going to buy a dozen escoliosis toracica or so expansions and do Burning Lands while it is current expansion content. For the last few years I have lagged behind, a few people have even made fun of my website for only having guides for multiple expansions behind. I am going to make an effort to change this with this expansion.

I don’t plan to put all Burning Lands guides behind my donation only paywall, but I will put some of it behind it. If you’re concerned about me getting money hernia de disco lumbar ejercicios contraindicados hungry, it’s very unlikely. Almar’s Guides has been free ever since 2009/2010 and the only money I make off it is from an occasional donation & advertisements. I always feel very awkward asking for donations and money since I am just not that type of person; I like earning what’s given to me not begging for it!

Not a large update, just estenosis lumbar severa a few guides I have completed in the last month. Dragon Quest 8 still needs to be finished/edited but the other two are done. I plan to do another Everquest update by the end of the year and aside from that I will be working on my book and other website.

Also in the next few months I am going to be updating my World of Warcraft classic guides to get them ready for the WoW Classic servers. I do not know if I will be playing WoW classic though, I haven’t decided yet. If I do, I plan to box it.

I’m also going to be redoing the nav bar escoliosis dorsal izquierda on my website, Everquest players get used to using the Everquest button. Sometime in the next few months I am going to start removing the EQ expansions from the nav bar and placing retro consoles there escoliosis lumbar dextroconvexa. Basically the retro nav bar you see at the top right now will be the new nav bar on my site, with Everquest and WoW Classic getting their own buttons.

There’s a chance I may switch to WordPress in the future too but that’ll be awhile. The previous update yesterday I talked about a new contractura lumbar izquierda website to launch with my book, I’m going to experiment a lot with WordPress when I set that up – if I like it enough I will transition Almar’s Guides off Cold Fusion. Cold Fusion costs literally like 4x more than regular hosting (apparently because it’s a ‘legacy’ platform), it’s silly.