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Slideshow #2

What follows are screenshots submitted by readers of The Daedalus Project. I had asked players to submit screenshots that showed interesting things they had encountered or just simply showed what it is they enjoy about MMOs. Here are some of the most interesting images I received. Below each image, I have included the description that was given by the person who submitted it. You can submit images of your own on the last page of this article.

In real life there is an event in June where gay men and women go to Disney World in Orlando Florida all dressed in red for one day. The idea behind "Gay Day" is to show that gay men and women make up every walk of life and to show that there are more than just a few here or there. Back in 2004 I was playing City of Heroes and thought it would be really cool if there was a gay day in Paragon City. A day when the gay and lesbian heroes put on a red outfit and met to show they weren't just a few here or there. So I created Gay Day in Paragon City. The following picture is a group shot of the heroes that participated in the event. More can be seen at

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