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Author: ChangYouZ

Drink, Be Merry, and Get Lucky

Posted by ChangYouZ Thursday March 10 2011 at 2:15PM
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Hey fellow Zentians

Of all of the unofficial holidays (unofficial in the US anyway), St. Patrick’s Day is my favorite.  Afterall, how could a day in which you get to drink beer, eat corned beef, and listen to Celtic jigs be bad?  Of course, my love of Ireland (and Scotland) and desire to be an honorary Irishman (or Scotsman) may bias me a wee bit (my trip to Ireland and Scotland years ago was quite possibly the best three weeks of my life).  It also doesn’t hurt that my best friend and his wife used to host an annual St. Patrick’s Day party and cook some of the best corned beef I’ve ever had.
Well this glorious holiday is almost upon us, and it certainly won’t pass the world of Zentia by unnoticed.  For an entire week, March 16-23, players will have fun collecting four-leaf clovers, buying golden pots, and making green beer.  Yes, green beer!  And it will make you happy and give you buffs to boot!  On top of that, our GMs and Community Manager will be running some great in-game events for you to win even more goodies.  We’ll also have updates to the Token Shop and Lucky Wheel.  So drop into Zentia, drink, be merry, and just maybe you’ll get lucky!
And for those of you who love trivia, riddle me these:
1)      What color was first associated with Saint Patrick?
2)      What’s the significance of the clover (specifically the 3-leaf one)?
David Markowitz
Zentia Associate Producer
Leoghan writes:

1) It was originally blue that was associated with St. Patrick

2) The 3 leaf clover represents the holy-trinity and is significant because the lessons of the Trinity were central to St. Patrick's mission to Ireland. 

Fri Mar 11 2011 9:36PM Report writes:
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