[UPDATE: All winners have been selected and contacted. Congratulations!]

On the tenth day of giveaways, NCsoft gave to me... ten game expansions!
On the ninth day of giveaways, Funcom gave to me... nine ladies lamenting!
On the eighth day of giveaways, SOE gave to me... eight Station Cash cards!
On the seventh day of giveaways, Kingsisle gave to me... seven Epic Cards!
On the sixth day of giveaways, Nexon gave to me... six Vindictus packs!
On the fifth day of giveaways, Mythic gave to me... five upgrade codes!
On the fourth day of giveaways, ChangYou gave to me... four welcome gifts!

On the third day of giveaways, Icarus gave to me... three months of gameplay!
On the second day of giveaways, Hi-Rez gave to me... two gift packages!

On the first day of giveaways, Turbine gave to me... a lifetime VIP!

If you're a fan of NCsoft MMOs, you know that they feature some great holiday events. The developer teams for all of the games throw out decorations, quests, special events, and gifts galore.

There's more, though! The Aion team added double crafting XP to the holiday events, Lady Winter is running around City of Heroes bent on mischief, Wintersday has arrived to Guild Wars with some new events, and we've got some awesome gifts from all three games under the 12 Days of Giveaways tree!

NCsoft gave us 10 Aion gift packages, each containing a copy of Aion's Assault on Balaurea and a code for a variety of bonus pets. We also received 10 City of Heroes gift packages! Each CoH pack contains the Going Rogue Complete Collection and a 30-day jet pack code. On the Guild Wars front we have a little something extra: fifteen Balthazar and Melandru costume codes! We've got five Melandru costumes, five Balthazar costumes, and five complete sets!

Ten Aion fans, 10 CoH fans, and 15 Guild Wars fans are about to have a very good day! All you need to do to enter is tell us which game is your favorite and what hooked you. Enter by Thursday at 6:00 p.m. EST, check our contest rules, and good luck!

This article was originally published on Massively.
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