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(Player News) Stratics Santa Visits Chesapeake!

Discussion in 'UO Chesapeake' started by Lord Armand, Dec 22, 2011.

  1. Lord Armand

    Lord Armand UO News Reporter
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    May 8, 2010
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    Santa Visits Chesapeake!

    Reported by Lord Armand

    Stratics Santa stopped by Luna Bank on Chesapeake to spread some Christmas Cheer and hand out gift bags. Santa arrived late, after trying to avoid some naughty boys and girls in Felucca, who were trying to take his gift bags. When Santa arrived, he was immediately surrounded by a joyful crowd anxiously awaiting to see Santa Claus!



    Santa then moved outside where there was more room so he could hand out his gift bags.


    After Santa finished handing out gift bags, he was taken to Guardians Gate by some very friendly people and shown a beautifully decorated house named "Temple of the Rooster" owned by Kojirou. Santa really enjoyed it and even commented that it reminded him of home.


    Next, they took Santa to Kijustsu Anei Village in Tokuno. He saw an awesome Christmas Tree at a house named "Temple of the Proverbial Goddess Mesanna!" owned Athian Chrolis.




    Stratics Santa would like to thank all of the friendly people he met on Chesapeake. He really enjoyed his visit and is looking forward to returning next year!

    HO HO HO!! Merry Christmas!!​