They would clink their glasses to make sure if it was EQ2 Gold poisonous
In old days, people always thought that someone may put poisonous EQ2 Gold things into wines to kill his enemies. In order to prove the wine was not poisonous, they would clink their glasses to make sure if it was poisonous. And another meaning was that they believed there were some evils lived in the wine, so they clinked the bottle of the wines to drive them away. As a matter of fact, each of those explanations is false. While making a racket for the purpose of driving the evils away spirits underpins other customs that carry over to this day the "clink" is a relatively new aspect of toasting and, as such, came along well after folks had relinquished the notion that demons both lurked in every corner of typical daily existence and could be sped on their way by a bit of noise. As for sloshing wine from one bottle to another, drinking vessels would need to be filled to the brim to affect that, and such practice will waste valuable potables and likely douse the toasters too. And while the poisoning of enemies has long been part of the ordinary mayhem of the world, the practice of touching of one's filled glass to those of others when participating in a toast is unrelated to suspicion of the wine's having been tampered with; such killings were not so common at any nebulous point in the past that a signal to one's host indicating he was clear of suspicion of attempted murder needed to be enshrined in the canon of social gestures.