Lots of Free Wizard101 Crowns

Wizard101 is free to download and play, but like other free games, it uses a freemium model where players are motivated to purchase premium features to further their gameplay once they become addicted to the game. Wizard101 uses “crowns” as premium currency, so you will need them to unlock a lot of cool stuff.

Need For Free Crowns

When you first play Wizard101, you won’t really start off with that many crowns. To get more crowns, you will need to buy them or purchase a membership that will give you access to new places (in a time limit). But who would want to pay for crowns when you can get them for free? We know of a cool blow that will give you couronnes wizard101 gratuit. With this tool, you can have as many crowns as you want in your account, allowing you to unlock everything the game has to offer. Just imagine; you’ll be able to go anywhere and do anything!


Here are the top 3 legitimate ways to get free Wizard101 crowns.

  1. Using FreeKI games trivia.
  2. Downloading a crown generator.
  3. Using the invite a friend program.

Did you know that FreeKI games trivia gives away 10 free Wizard101 crowns for completing fun quizzes with a high score? Not only that, but you can also get a lot of bonuses too. It is really simple and doesn’t take much of your time. Registering on sites like Prize Rebel and Points 2 Shop and doing the offers will also give you free membership for Wizard101. To recap, you can buy crowns by ordering a game card online, which costs a small fee. On the other hand, you can simply earn free Wizard101 crowns by using the methods mentioned above.


In August 1999, a group of deaf and hard of hearing attorneys and law students from USA and Canada gathered together and created an email listserver named Surduslaw (‘Surdus’ is Latin for ‘deaf’). Since then, Surduslaw has grown to include 50 or more subscribers from at least 6 countries (USA, Canada, Great Britain, Holland, Australia, and Sweden).

Since the purpose of this email group is to provide an comfortable area where deaf and hard of hearing attorneys and law students can relax and put up their feet, topics on this list have ranged from sports to home improvement, from disability law to corporate law, from cochlear implants to movie theater accessibility, and much more.

Many “Surduslawyers” (as the subscribers to the Surduslaw group call themselves) consider the Surduslaw group a key in linking them on a daily basis to other deaf and hard of hearing attorneys and law students throughout the world. Emails (which can number over 60 in one day) are often humorous, always honest, and sometimes controversial.

Membership in the Surduslaw group is limited to deaf or hard of hearing attorneys who are or were members of a state bar (or its foreign equivalence), and to deaf or hard of hearing law students currently studying law or studying for the bar examination. Deaf or hard of hearing attorneys who no longer practice law are still welcome as a Surduslawyer.

If you meet the eligibility requirements above and would like to become a Surduslawyer, please send email to Josh Mendelsohn, Surduslaw moderator, at joshmend@telocity.com. In your email, please include a brief explanation of where you work or study, where you went or are going to law school, and the state (or country) bar(s) of which you are a member.

We’re looking forward to welcoming you as a fellow Surduslawyer!