One of the most peculiar aspects of EVE Online is the PLEX (Pilot License Extension) system, that allows players to purchase a game time voucher and then sell it for in-game currency.
En Masse Entertainment announced quite a while ago that a similar system (named Chronoscrolls) would be implemented in TERA, but it wasn’t ready for launch and no precise release date was known, until now.
Today the publisher announced that Chronoscrolls will be available to TERA players starting on Thursday, June the 28th.
This means that players that want to acquire some in-game gold won’t need to resort to the dreaded gold sellers, but will be able to legally buy Chronoscrolls directly from En Masse, and then sell them at the broker within the game.
On the other hand, players finding themselves with an excess of gold will be able to purchase the scrolls in TERA and continue playing without having to worry about the monthly fees. Everyone wins, excluding the gold sellers.