"This picture is from the corgi run that took place in the last hour of Trion's event," he wrote. "Basically we were all turned into corgis (and occasionally sheep too), and we took a mini-tour around the world of Telara. Sadly my computer was not able to render everyone there, and many more people were present than my picture shows. I enjoyed myself a lot during all 25 hours and would recommend that people don't hesitate to take part in next years."
Now it's sleepy-time for Paul, but that doesn't mean that you can't stay up a few extra minutes to see what lies behind the curtain of secrecy in this week's column!
"This was taken in Lord of the Ring Online's Wold, north of Floodwend if memory serves," Chris wrote in. "Since Rise of Isengard, Turbine has added children to the world. For many years showing children in MMOs was absolutely verboten, out of concern that underage NPCs could be killed through an exploit. (In Asheron's Call, we used to joke that all the kids were perpetually off to the left of your camera.) Here, some Rohirrim youth have built a treehouse with a swing. The bit that made me chuckle was the 'Keep Out' sign they nailed up over the door -- a re-use of a goblin-esque scary face from Bilbo's Haunted Burrow."
Reader Wistful and his cabal in The Secret World were down with their yellow bad selves and gathered for a group shot that would be forever etched on my retinae. "Here is a picture of a few of us pies lined up along the cliff top looking smart and ready for action in our cabal yellow! Big love and Hugs to fellow Cabal Leader Teeny. I'm still loving those wings, honey; the barmaid is history (am I forgiven yet?)! We were helping some new cabal members gear up and gain some AP/SP Issue 8."
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