Thanksgiving is like a yearly quest.  The reward is always buff food.
It's Thanksgiving week in the United States, which means that a lot of the Massively staff members will be hanging up their hats for a day. It's an entire day when almost everyone in the country doesn't have to work, and that means an entire day free to game... or an entire day free from gaming.

Let's face it, you can get a whole lot taken care of in game when you've got a whole day to devote to leveling or farming or even just crafting. But you can also recharge your batteries away from the daily routine of logging in, and you can appreciate the game a little bit more after a day of fun with friends and family. Besides, you can only clear daily quests in Star Wars: The Old Republic or daily achievements in Guild Wars 2 the one time.

So with the holiday looming, which do you think is the better option? Using a holiday specifically to spend a full day in the game? Or using a holiday specifically to spend a full day away from it?
Leaderboard: Holidays for gaming or away from gaming?
A holiday is meant for spending a full day playing games. Don't let anyone tell you different.147 (68.4%)
I play games every other day. A holiday is my chance to get away from all of that.68 (31.6%)

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