WRUP: Congratulations to the winners of a personal deathtrap and their next of kin edition

This was entirely unsafe even in the planning stages.

Back in July of last year, we promised our dear What Are You Playing readers that they would be entered to win a personal deathtrap. You might have remembered it, but you might have also assumed that we wouldn’t actually go through with it. I mean, would we promise to award a deathtrap to someone and then forget about it?

The answer is yes, we apparently would. We completely forgot about it. We’ve been letting kids from the local school sneak down and use the deathtrap and then hanging signs warning them not to use the deathtrap to fend off lawsuits. But then we remembered why we even had that deathtrap.

So, congratulations to the winner of a personal deathtrap! More importantly, congratulations to the winner’s next of kin, which appears to be Mrs. Sally-Mae LaPorte of Flushing, MI. Those of you who are not part of her family should feel free to let us know your plans over the weekend in the comments; we are hoping that Mrs. LaPorte will tell us in the comments when services are to be held for the deathtrap winner.

Andrew Ross (@dengarsw): ​It’s the spring holiday season (Golden Week) in Japan, but I’ll be mostly catching up on movies and work. I’ll naturally spend some time on Hearthstone (C’thun themed decks are pretty fun!), Miitomo (Splatoon themed stuff, yay!), and probably some Star Fox (Zero and Guard) with my player two. Sadly, gaming laptop’s died, so I can’t hit the Worlds Adrift island creator. Probably just a sign that I really should be focusing on that work stuff.

Brianna Royce (@nbrianna, blog): Very likely nothing, since I have guests in town, but if I do get time, it’ll probably be in Guild Wars 2. I was also idly thumbing through my purchased-but-never-played-stuff-on-Steam list and logged into Transistor blindly… holy crap. Yes, I need to spend more time in that.

Eliot Lefebvre (@Eliot_Lefebvre, blog): It’s more Final Fantasy XI and Final Fantasy XIV for me. A bit painfully predictable, I know, but what can I say? Trust leveling and curbstomping old level cap content is oddly satisfying in the former, and I’ve still got plenty to do in the latter.

Justin Olivetti (@Sypster, blog): I’ve reached the top of Minas Tirith in Lord of the Rings Online, so I assume that it’s all downhill from here. I’m also dithering between alts in World of Warcraft so don’t judge me?

Your turn!

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