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Huge thanks to everyone who wrote in on our Improvements topic last week. We'll be going through all of them and taking many of them into consideration. PAX threw us off our promoted blog schedule quite a bit, but today we're getting back on track with a new promotable topic.
For those of us in America, it's Labor Day today, and it's given me inspiration for this week's prompt. Your assignment this time is to tell me about the hardest you've ever had to "work" in a game. The only rule is that it has to be something you actually worked through; you can't have gotten to a difficult part and then given up.
Well-written and interesting blogs have a chance of being promoted to the front page. If you want to participate, justwrite a C Blog, title it "Labor Day: [Your Blog's Title]", and select the Bloggers Wanted Essay Response tag. Throughout the week, keep an eye on the blogs and get some discussions going with your fellow Dtoiders.
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