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Tabula Rasa is Home for the Holidays

December 12, 2007

Season’s Greetings, Soldiers! Richard Garriott’s Tabula Rasa is Home for the Holidays

December is a busy month for the AFS in Tabula Rasa! Recruits have a lot to look forward to over the holidays, with contests, in-game events, and lots of action. Those who have yet to join the fight against the dreaded Bane will be able to enlist in an exclusive free trial on December 13! Details to come.

During the week of December 17, players will enjoy festive holiday items in the next update, including Holiday hats, Holiday Trees and an exclusive holiday emote. Between December 21 and January 1, those players participating on the Public Test Server for more than two consecutive hours will receive 10 bonus black armor dye kits on the live servers and have a chance to win prizes such as t-shirts, strategy guides and posters signed by the development team.

In-game events will also be taking place over the holidays. On December 21 there will be a memorial service hosted by TabulaRasaRoleplayers   in honor of Defeat of Earth Day (DE Day), with special appearances by Sarah Morrison and General British. On December 22, known as Resurgence Day, players will have the opportunity to defend Foreas base as the Bane try take it back from the AFS.

For more details on the exclusive trial and other events, stay tuned to the official Tabula Rasa site at http://www.rgtr.com/

Richard Garriott’s Tabula Rasa is a massively multiplayer online role-playing game that takes the player into lush forest planets, volcanic moons, and exotic alien civilizations. Face off against powerful alien soldiers, armored mechanoids, and vicious creatures! Use a wide range of weapons and unique alien powers to help the Allied Free Sentients (AFS) in their desperate fight against extinction. Tabula Rasa combines a vast, persistent game world and ongoing storyline with fast-paced action, resulting in a striking new approach to the design of multiplayer online games.

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