legacy.soulquestrpg.com Review:

SoulQuest - Welcome to SoulQuest RPG, A free to play RPG - Welcome to Your Soul Quest! SQrpg is a great RPG based game where you have the chance to rule the world, start as a level one and fight your way to the top, making friends and defeating enemies. You have the chance to run your own clan if you can afford it also, with a friendly and helpful staff team who are happy to help. Soul Quest is free to join and play! Join today.

Country:, North America, US

City: -122.3933 California, United States

  • Kate M Henderson - Easy to install

    Easy to install, but impossible to tighten the crossbars enough to be completely comfortable with them. However I have used them to transport a canoe on my RAV4 and it has been perfectly fine.

  • Amazon Customer - classic

    I would love to see them in concert!! I should have got the entire cd. Must have more money. Great!

  • DELee - Expensive but Maybe Worth It if You Have Had Less than Satisfactory Home WiFi Experience

    I ordered this exceptionally expensive home network system in response to constant whining by family members about slow and unreliable Internet connectivity in parts of the home remote from the primary router. An extender helped, but still was far from a totally satisfactory solution. With admittedly only a few days experience the Orbi system shows signs of being that solution. We are enjoying reliable high speed Internet with strong signal strength everywhere in the home and apparently outside on the patio. Installing the system was amazingly simple. It amounted to little more than plugging in two power supplies -- one for the router and the other for the satellite unit -- and the Internet cable connection. Completing setup and establishing network security and personal preferences was a matter of a couple more minutes on line with Netgear. The only issue involved a laptop that has had endemic WiFi connection problems with various networks. I resolved that by leaving the old router on line just for that computer. Other than that, one laptop with no history of connection issues, two televisions, two BluRay players, three tablets, a printer, and two Android phones connected instantly and have stayed connected. In retrospect, to make things easier I might have chosen a simpler, shorter password, but since all connections seem to be solid and not subject to interruption -- at least every device is staying on line so far -- it doesn't look like I will have to enter the password more than once per device.