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Frostfell in EverQuest II - Holiday Hell or Festive Goodness?

Posted Mon, Dec 14, 2009 by Dalmarus


It's that time of year again and despite the best efforts of McScroogle and his lackeys all over Norrath the Frostfell holiday season has landed in EverQuest II. No matter where you look, there are giant candy canes, piles of presents, and more lights strung on every building than there are stars in the sky. Can Eric "Dalmarus" Campbell survive his banishment to this winter wonderland? There's only one way to find out.

Frequent readers may remember my anti-game-holiday rant last year. In it, I *may* have bitched about being bombarded with holiday images no matter where I went. I also (allegedly) may have been upset that, even in an online game, I couldn't get away from it all. So, personally, I think my assignment to cover EQ2’s Frostfell event is part of a secret agenda by the Ten Ton Hammer powers that be to put my Scrooginess to the test.

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