Station Exchange launches

eBay for EQ players goes live.

Sony Online Entertainment has launched Station Exchange, the "official and secure marketplace for EverQuest II."

It's a sort of eBay, basically, which allows you to buy and sell EverQuest II goodies via online auctions. It costs $1 to list a coin or item, and $10 to list a character - plus there's a service fee of 10 per cent of the closing price.

So far auctions range from $1 for a Level 26 Wood Elf to $1200 for a Level 50 Iksar - the latter has received no bids so far.

More information is available from the Station Exchange website.

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