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    Any easy way to find out if an account has rare/retired avatars?

    Instead of trolling through a list of them?

    Help appreciated

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    W/o the password of the account? lol I doubt there's a way

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    No it's an account I have should've made that clear sorry @yamakracker
    Last edited by nayfeee; 02-17-2013 at 12:29 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nayfeee View Post
    No it's an account I have should've made that clear sorry @yamakracker
    http://www.jellyneo.net/avatars/

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    Use one of those import websites to import the avatars, then goto the sections with rare/retired avatars.
    I usually use this one, as it allows for unlimited imports I believe;

    http://www.s2bookworld.co.uk/news/s2-database/

    Others limit you to one a month and such.

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    Excellent thanks a lot @Lmp

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    Just go through the avviea real quick.
    Once you do it a few times, you will know just what to look for and will be able to go through them very easily.
    Its like sdb's/closet. I've gone through so many, I know roughly where certain things should be in the pages.
    You could use an import site like tdn, but I recommend doing it yourself first and seeing if you're right

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