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A Rift Costume Contest

Hey, readers, and welcome to Teen Fiction Girl! If you play Rift, you might’ve heard about the wardrobe contest going on. The winner gets an exclusive mount, 15,000 credits, and their costume available as a set on the Rift store. Needless to say, for one of my fashion prowess (it was a joke, don’t call me vain), it should be a piece of cake.
You can see the details of the contest here. Quite a shnazzy website, imo.

Anyway, I needed somewhere to host the pictures of my wardrobe, and I thought I’d share them with y’all anyway, so here’s my wardrobe, which I’ve melodramatically decided to call The Golden Shadow.
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I still don’t know if I like the helmet. You tell me.

Anyway, thanks for reading, although there wasn’t much to read in this post.

~ Summer

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Introduction to Trove

Hello, everyone, and welcome to Teen Fiction Girl!  Firstly, it’s almost Christmas, which is awesome (everything SMELLS so GOOD!  I love the smell of Christmas) and I finished all of my Christmas shopping today.  I was informed by my parents that all the Christmas shopping for me was finished, too, and that I did not get the boots I asked for, so I took the liberty of buying them myself.  They are every bit as fabulous as I expected them to be.

But that has nothing to do with Trove, which is what I made this post to discuss.  Trove is another MMORPG by Trion, the company that makes Rift.  I have not actually played it yet (it’s still downloading), but I know basically what it’s all about.  It’s like a cross between Minecraft and your classic MMO – you can build, craft, and explore, but the combat and player interface is more like that of Rift or Diablo 3 or any other MMO you care to use as an example.  Additionally, when you reach level 20 in Trove, you get an exclusive mount on Rift, which is another bonus of playing the game that I have looked forward to for a couple of months now.

Like all Trion games (as of now, thank goodness) it’s free.  That means installation is quick and it should be ready to play in… about twenty minutes.  Maybe I’ll post some more about it tomorrow.

Thanks for reading – I hope you’ll stick around to see if I post any more articles on this subject!

~  Summer