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December 19, 2010

It's Beginning to Look a Lot Like Christmas
by Loreis

It's here! The announcement came today-Christmas celebrations have begun! The holiday park is open once again, with merry ice skaters, a charming little shop and all the wonderful surprises near and in the Gingerbread House. Snow glitters on the ground, and eggnog fills the fountains. (No ID required) Now, some of the festivities do not begin until December 23rd or December 24th, but until then, there are wonderful things to see and do.

Christmas in Medievia is truly magical. People smile a bit more, the holiday sleighs are decorated with evergreen boughs and musical bells, and the air is crisp and clear. Even the flying behemoths we ride from place to place get into the holiday spirit. Dragons love Christmas, as do elves, gnomes, fairies (except the Yldari fairies-they hate everything), the silent sirens at Misty Isle, even the Metamorph has been known to meander through Catacombs, humming "Jingle Bells".

So, if you have never won the token hunt, or you have found 5 of the 12 Days of Christmas, or Scrooge has remained out of reach lo these many Christmases, perhaps this year is your year. Go see the Gingerbread Man, pick up the snow, have a cup of eggnog. And prepare for the best Christmas ever. And if you have never visited Medievia, this is the perfect time to step into an amazing world. You can almost smell the Peppermint River, hear the snow crunch beneath your feet and feel the warmth of hearth and gohome as you find yourself immersed in a world like no other. Come on in, get a sprig of mistletoe and a cookie, meet an Avatar or two, maybe even try your hand at finding Ebeneezer. Once you experience Christmas in this magical world, you will never look at MUDs the same way.

Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays!

Loreis-Egg Nogging Around!



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