EQ2 Players Redux

If you have logged on to EQ2 Players lately, then you have realized that they have substantially changed the look of it.

What you may not realize is that it still has most of the same functionality, albeit harder to find.

Say, for example, you are a guild leader, trying to determine the stats of a player who has requested to enter your guild. As long as the person in question does not have their account set to private, you can still view a player.

Here is how you do it:

First, take a look at the picture above. On the right side the words, “Log in to your Profile” is the word, “Search”. Click that. it will take you to the following screen:

Then you enter the info for the player for whom you are trying to search. I’m entering Necrotherian, and selecting Najena server from the drop down menu. (You will note that the drop down menu is not aligned with the server box, but I think that is just a bug that didn’t get caught by QC,) :

Next you hit the button labeled, “Search Characters” and it gives you a list of available options:

Then you click on the players name from the options you are given. (In this example, it only shows one option. However, had I not specified the server, it would have given two options: My toon on Najena server, and my toon on AB server.) It will then display the following screen:

And there you go, it is that easy.

As of yet, I haven’t found a way to check another players alts. When I figure it out, I will post it.

Until next time,

Necrotherian Facepalmer

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