Enter to win a Legends of Aria alpha trial key from Citadel and MOP

    
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Legends of Aria’s alpha launched yesterday, setting loose the new and more MMORPG-like vision for the game formerly known as Shards Online. While normally the only way into the game in its current stage is to buy a founder pack, Citadel has granted Massively OP a slew of keys to get our readers in for a trial of the game right now. Better still, there are no regional restrictions on the keys. Read on to enter to win!

For this giveaway, we’ll be using Rafflecopter to count the entries for us. You can earn entries in the giveaway by completing different steps in Rafflecopter; the question field is mandatory, but following us on Twitter, tweeting about this giveaway, and leaving a comment are optional and result in more entries. Rafflecopter uses javascript, so you’ll need to enable it to see the entry widget below:

One hundred winners selected at random from the total of entries submitted to Rafflecopter will be contacted via email by Massively Overpowered to receive one Legends of Aria alpha trial key. Entrants are subject to our official contest and giveaway rules. Entries will be accepted until the giveaway’s end on Sunday, May 28th, at 12:00 a.m. EDT (midnight Saturday night). We’ll draw the winners and send out keys and redemption instructions by the following Monday afternoon (EDT), so make sure you’ve submitted a working email address in Rafflecopter.

Good luck everyone!

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Alex

Got one but there is still 8 hours of work coming.. Damn, shouldn’t check my mail so early morning :D

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aYates

Thank you, thank you for the key!
This will be fun to try. :-)

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silverlock

So if I haven’t seen an email by now I should just assume I didn’t win?

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Fisty

Thanks for the key!

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vemerce

I’ll say that I’m slightly curious about this game. I’d give it a solid go.

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TophatKiyaki

I’m honestly indifferent. Both seem equally generic. Perhaps if the world had a more unique name than Aria, but otherwise they both seem somewhat “ehh.”

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Cory Enns

I actually prefer Shards. The new one sounds the same as 100 different titles

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Kawaii Five-O

I prefer Shards. More reminiscent of UO, which seems fitting.

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Nathan Sizer

I prefer Shards Online.