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Posted: Oct 18th 2010 12:06PM mattward1979 said

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Good luck on the competition everyone =)

Posted: Oct 18th 2010 1:17PM paterah said

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I don't cosplay nor take part in any of these activities, but:
Way to offend someone who does.
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Posted: Oct 18th 2010 1:26PM mattward1979 said

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It was completely Tongue in cheek =)

Oh except the Aion part... I meant that with every fibre of my being....

Everyone experiences an MMO differently.. I work with a girl that loves conventions and Cosplay and she is sexy as hell!!

Not really my thing though,

But no different to me trying to explain to non gamer friends why I play games and have social interactions with people that begin as nothing more than pixels, and maybe a voice on vent!

Sorry if anyone found what I said offensive. I have a brutally vivid imagination!

Posted: Oct 18th 2010 1:31PM Qehb said

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It would be a nice picture if not for the big guys identical twin brother in the background :P

Posted: Oct 18th 2010 1:39PM Anatidae said

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Oh man. I am going to find a strip club, pay to take a few pictures of the girls and submit them. I'll win for sure!

I don't know where else to get an accurate representation of the in-game armor.

Posted: Oct 18th 2010 2:28PM paterah said

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Sadly for you
"5. Use common sense. Contest entries should be considered "safe for work" – no nudity or extreme amounts of blood or gore. If the image content of your contest entry is indecent in nature, it will be disqualified. If it is illegal in nature, it will be reported to local authorities.
6. You may use an image of someone other than yourself with that person's consent. If such a contest entry wins, we will require a written note of consent from that person."
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Posted: Oct 18th 2010 3:31PM Anatidae said

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Easy on both accounts. Come on. If someone is willing to take of their clothes for cash, they are likely going to sign a release for some change too. And it is the skimpy costume clothing (and perhaps burlesque) that is so reminiscent of TERA's armor design.

I know when I think about an agile woman fighting, I always imagine 6 inch heels and designer lingerie for protection.


All that said, clearly you missed the sarcasm in the initial comment.

Terra's gameplay might end up being really fun, we shall see, but I will find endless enjoyment poking fun at the absurd female outfits in the game for as long as it generates news. There are limits to suspension of disbelief.
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Posted: Oct 18th 2010 3:36PM Anatidae said

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@herlike_rm Wait a second... I just caught something you said. Entries must be "Safe for Work"

I don't know where you work, but I would be willing to bet that the screenshots here on Massively of Tera's female armor models wouldn't be considered safe for work. If you happen to work in an office environment, go ahead and show them around to your female co-workers and ask.

Actually, many game's screenshots aren't really safe for work. It only takes one uptight person to complain about smut or gore on your computer screen to get management coming down on you.
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