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True story -- during my time playing En Masse Entertainment's MMO Tera, my guild and I were attempting to recreate the trailer for the film 300 in-game for some silly reason. When it came time to capture video for the Oracle scene, we went with a series of sultry and mildly demonic Castanic females dancing by a fountain to take the place of the writhing naked girl from the movie.


The latest big-name Korean import to hit the North American massively multiplayer online roleplaying scene, Tera does little to differentiate itself from countless other fantasy MMO titles we've been slowly growing bored with over the past decade.


It's the final week of my coverage of En Masse Entertainment's massively multiplayer fantasy role-playing game Tera. Normally at this point I would be sick to death of playing and eager to reclaim my free time. Instead, I find myself more invested in the game than ever before.