Thursday, May 24, 2007


We hear a lot about how these online games are becoming more popular. I've even seen people boasting that they are making a living playing them.

Which leads me to, having looked around a little at how this is done,Trickster Online .

No, this isn't a place to make money, rather, it's an online marketplace for the various things that you can get in the games. If you need a spell, or a character, or a piece to complete a set then this is the place to go where youcan swap it with one of the other players of such games.

The most important thing about any such market is the number of participants. That's where this seems to have a great edge, as there are over 30,000 registered members, ensuring a liquid market.

There's also a series of trickster forums and to tell you how to work the whole system, trickster guides.

Well worth having a look at.

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