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11-20-2011 @ 11:54AM
Where I live, we do celebrate both Oktoberfest and the Day of the Dead (though not exactly the same way Mexicans do it). We don't celebrate Thanksgiving, though, or even Halloween.I wouldn't skip the in-game festival just due to that, though. Thanksgiving might mean nothing to me - I've spent most of my life without knowing it even existed - but in-game festivals are (or should be) nice for their own sake.(I would prefer if they were more like LotRO's festivals in having a large amount of activities, but making it possible to complete all "achievements" by just doing each activity once; not being forced to log every day and grind the festival makes me able to actually enjoy it for it's sake, instead of just seeing them as grinds for cool loot and achievements.)
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