remember to include the following information with Paypal note. (To ensure
fastest delivery please attach your server name, char name, online pick up
time to your PayPal note.)
* Server Name * Character Name
* Online Pick up time
* Phone number (required)
Please contact us when you are online and ready to pick up.
Usually we do 24/7 instant delivery so please stay in game waiting
for us to contact you. With fast and courteous service, your gaming needs
can be satisfied any time of the day. The
gold should be in your in-game mailbox a few hours after we received your
Paypal, we also welcome payment from money order, check,
MoneyGram money transfer, and we are
happy to accept credit cards.
order or Check payment
To send a
payment via money order, simply go to your bank or post office
and request a money order for the necessary amount. Mail the
money order to the following address along with your name,
contact information, your email, phone number, your character's
server, character's name, faction, and brief details you
Payable to: American Borch F & T Group, Inc.
American Borch F & T Group, Inc. PO Box 2331
Union City, CA 94587 USA
an order via
Western Union or
MoneyGram, simply go to www.westernunion.com or
www.moneygram.com and find a local agents near your location.
Most of the Walmart Stores in the USA have
MoneyGram services. Please make payable to:
Kun Hu PO Box 2331 Union City, CA 94587
USA Phone: 888-331-3766
you've sent your payment, please email us your name, address,
phone number, money control number, and your account information
to us. After we receive it, we will send a confirmation email
back to you with your Order Number.
with credit card through our merchant account. If you do not want to use PayPal to send us your payment, we can
also accept credit card through our business merchant account.
FAX Number: (510) 494 -1858
require the following information:
1. A brief description of the order. 2. The amount you are authorizing to be charged. 3. The 16 digit credit card number. 4. The expiry date for the credit card. 5. The billing phone number. 6. The billing address and zip/postal code. 7. The cardholder's name as it appears on the card. 8. The 3 digit CCV/Security code from the back of your credit
card. 9. The signature of the cardholder.
Please make sure that all information is legible. The fax is
only viewed by the person processing your order.
We Only Ship to Paypal
Confirmed & Verified Address. No exception, sorry.
Money Order, Check and Western Union money transfer is welcomed for both
US and international buyers. For non-US buyers, Money order and Western
Union Money transfer ONLY. Thanks
YOU MUST INCLUDE CORRECT PHONE # IN YOUR PAYPAL NOTE
Vanguard Power Leveling Service
Vanguard Power Leveling is most frequently used in multiplayer games, where it
usually refers to a player that is of much greater power assisting a
player of much lower power in defeating enemies that are far too
powerful for the low level player, but are easily and quickly killed by
the more powerful player. Defeating high level challenges rewards the
lower level player with experience points more rapidly than normal.
In Vanguard Powerleveling or Vanguard Power Leveling has become so
popular for players looking to quickly advance through the lower and not
very exciting levels of the game that a number of profession gaming
companies have set up powerleveling or power leveling services.
One of the Most reliable and honest Power Leveling sellers is
These companies, for a fee will help you enhance your Vanguard
character. They log into your Vanguard account and play your Vanguard character either for
a certain amount of time or until a certain level or objective is
achieved. While you character is being leveled you are required not to
login to your account. Most offer the following power leveling
Customized Packages, you specific what type of character development
you are looking for and work with the company to create a package.
Usually more expense then pre-defined options.
Time development, this is done over a set number of hours -
6,12,24,36, or 48. A professional gamer players your character for
this set amount of time.
Specific development from one level to a higher level. e.g. From
level 20 up to 40. You pay a set amount of money for this service
and it is done over time, usually with a guaranteed maximum time
limited to archive the desired level.
Professions development, from Mining to Blacksmithing.
Increase your Honor Kills for PvP & PvE servers.
& DON'Ts When Buying World of Warcraft Power Leveling Services
When looking for a Vanguard power leveling (powerleveling) service
make sure they DO NOT have your character do any of the following: employed
in Player-Killing, Kill-Stealing, hoarding of farming locations, or any
other despicable in-game behavior.
DO make sure they following this: No macros, dupes, game bug exploits, and
other such fraudulent methods will never be used. In short, your character
will be leveled the safest way possible: by going through the grind.
Where to Buy Vanguard Powerleveling Services
While their are numerous companies advertising their power leveling
(powerleveling) services the only one I recommend is
Visit us today if you want a honest, reliable power leveling seller.
Reviews for Vanguard Online
This game had potential to drag my away from wow. It looks so cool and
seems like a better game overall. A more hardcore mmo, with mounts at
early lvls, which is great. But as others have said, u need an amazing
computer to run this thing, 17 frekin gbs, its insane, wow is only
around 6. Error, video card doesnt meet the specs, thats what it told
me, i was so pissed off. Spent 50 dollars, set up account and
subscription, and it doesnt work. My computer has run every game ive
tried, company of heroes works, just not great, and that looks much
better than vanguard. Runs wow without a problem. I dont understand why
the specs are so high, i gave my friend a free 10 day trial, who has an
ati video card, doesnt look great, and a bunch of lag. Plus early on its
easier to lvl than wow, my friend got to lvl 5 with a little over an
hour. Its probably fun once you get a mount, but I cant even give it a
try, so for now, im stickin with wow.
Nobody can screw up a highly anticipated launch like SOE.
I got my copy of Vanguard on launch day but during installation found
that my dvd drive could not read any content on disc 2. Several people
on the V:SoH tech support forums reported similar problems and the
immediate "quick" fix was to install what you could from disc 1 and
download the rest. The natural assumption being that the data on disc 2
was corrupted or the disc was shipped blank.
There really is no way to quickly download 8 gigabytes of data.
So after 12 hours spent downloading less than 20% of the data I needed,
I decided to bite the bullet and pick up another copy. I intended to
open a second account for my kids anyway and I hoped that I would be
able to load the rest of the software from disc and spare myself 2 more
days of agonizingly slow download time.
No such luck. Disc 2 from the new copy still would not read. I ended up
spending 2 days downloading the game and for my initial investment, I
came away with 2 maps, 2 instruction manuals and 4 matching Vanguard:
Saga of Heros coasters. Not a good way to start.
My home PC system is several years old, but I've invested time and money
into keeping it up to date. I sport a 3.2ghz Pentium, 2 gigs of RAM, a
256mb 6200 OC Nvidia card and more hard drive space than I'll ever use.
Unfortunately it was not enough. I had to download two different
versions of Directx 9.0c (FYI, go with the October 2006 version) to even
get the game to launch and then I had to download OLD graphics card
drivers (NVidia 84.12 if memory serves) to make it playable. So after
two days of downloading content, I had to spend another 3 hours download
downloading peripheral stuff to make that content playable. Not a good
IF and when you are able to get this game to launch, you'll find the
inital stages of this game to be surprisingly entertaining. The scenery
is breathtaking, although it should be noted than I am an 8 year UO
vet...it doesnt take much graphical eye candy to impress me. Unless you
have absolute top notch hardware, expect to have to turn graphics
options way down to get a reasonably playable frame rate. As several
other reviewers have noted, to world is massive, but although server
populations are said to be 'high' you dont see many large groups of
players because they're spread out all over the place. Progression in
the early stages is fast if you advance by questing, but slow if you do
so by grinding. Early quests seem designed to allow the new player to
learn the basics (movement, basic fighting techniques, etc) through
trial and error without forcing you through tedious tutorials. Your
choice of professions is influenced by your chosen race and it makes
sense, so dont go into the game hoping to carve your niche as an orcish
paladin or you will come away disappointed.
I havent even touched the crafting system in game yet, or the highly
touted diplomay system, so I wont mention those except to say that from
what I've heard, each is nearly a game in itself. I had hoped to be to
that point in game by now, but I started out three days behind the
curve. For that alone, I take away two stars over all. The game will be
fun for a while, but make this purchase keeping in mind what I said at
the top: nobody can screw up a launch like SoE.
Ok, this game wasn't ready to release yet. We know that. There are a lot
of bugs that are annoying that are being worked on. There comes a point
in game's developent that the higer-ups say we need to release this game
to replenish funds. That is fine, again, Sigil and SOE are in the
business to make money. Every MMO that has ever been released had bugs.
Even with the annoying bugs and occasionally boots to desktop, I still
play. Why? Because this game is fun, and here is why.
The game is huge. 3 starting continents that blow away the size of any
MMO to date. This makes traveling and exploring fun. This also spreads
out the people on the server so pretty much you can have multiple groups
in the same dungeon at the same time and not even know it. Unilke EQ2
there are lots of options to do at any level. There are lots of dungeons
and camps for soloers, small groups, and well-equipped groups. If you
are sick of going to the same ones, there are always 2 more huge
continents to try.
The game supports lots of play styles. The crafting and diplomacy
aspects of the game are fun and challenging. If you are a solo player
you can still get nice gear and do lots of things. The game also
supports small and full 6 man groups. I have not had the opportunity to
raid as of yet, so I cannot comment on that aspect. Fighting takes
thought and patience and is more that pressing a few buttons over and
The graphics are not mind blowing and are comparable to EQ2. The views I
would say at some points are much nicer than EQ2. Music is average which
doesn't bother me since I usually turn it off or play my own anyways.
Overall, the thing that I like about this game is the potential. Once
the bugs are worked out and the world is filled, this will be one of the
best. So far it does remind me of the orignal in EQ in that dying is no
fun, corpse retrieval is challenging, and you are just a small part of a
Vanguard: SOH is excellent, even though it was admittedly released a bit
early. I was a beta tester since Beta 3 and the changes to the game
since are simply amazing. A large, expansive, beautiful, and difficult
world that is truly the spiritual successor to Everquest, with a bit of
the accessibility of World of Warcraft thrown in. For lots of people
this will be exactly what they are looking for out of the box. If you
are hesitant, give Sigil another few months to iron out the rough edges.
The graphics are suberb - a sense of scale and "place" that haven't been
seen since the original EQ and its great early expansions such as Scars
The dynamic music - half a gig's worth - is the best I've ever heard in
any video game, full stop.
The classes are not revolutionary, but are quite evolutionary, taking
the best concepts from previous games. Playing a healer has never been
this interesting before, but almost all the classes are different and
fun to play.
The diplomacy sphere is revolutionary - interact with NPCs to influence
cities and people.
Performance - it doesn't take a supercomputer to run, *but* you should
have a decent video card purchased within the past two years or so, 1.5
gigs ram, and a 7200 RPM hard drive.
Vanguard marks a possible shift of the pendulum to the slower, richer
games of the "golden age" first generation MMO's, with some of the
accessibility of the second generation (WoW / EQ2), but with the
graphical splendor and successful "mixing" of new and old elements that
does qualify it as truly third generation. Also, you've got the most
dedicated set of "all-star" developers in the industry. Finally, a true
"AAA" alternative to World of Warcraft (a very good, but very different,
game than this). It does not yet have the fluff polish of WoW, but this
is being improved upon day by day and the core engine, gameplay, and
graphics are all far superior.
Basically, if you were a fan of the original EQ (like me), you will
probably love VG. If you thought EQ2 was too easy or restrictive, this
is the game for you. If you have gotten tired of WoW and are looking for
something different and more challenging in certain ways, take a look at
VG but make sure your system is up to spec.