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7-01-2009 @ 12:48AM
What is up with this frequently touted myth of region-specific codes?The cards sold in the EU come off the exact same "assembly line" as the cards sold in the US and everywhere else...There are no limits to where dealers are allowed to sell the cards, or where customers can buy them (I've bought boxes of cards from all over the world on eBay, from the US to Germany and Hong Kong), which would have lead to a LOT of inconveniences for the end customer, if there was any truth to this myth.I've heard it spun both ways - US codes not useable in the EU, EU codes not useable in the US - None of it is true.It's the same cards, and therefore the same codes. You can use the code on any server you like, no matter where you got the code/card.
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