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Here at TenTonHammer.com we we covered several hot Cataclysm topics this week. Two of the biggest topics floating around are what the two new races are like as players are starting to itch to get their hands on the controls for Goblins and Worgens. Both are covered in separate articles that detail all the basics of the races.
Also covered this week was the underwater zone of Vashj'ir. This zone is a very different zone from any other in the game and one that many players are excited about. It is one of two possible starting zones that players can chose from in Cataclysm, the other being Mount Hyjal which will be previewed next week. Last but not least, we cover the changes that will occur to Orgrimmar when Cataclysm is released.
As for WoW news as you would expect there was a ton of Cataclysm news as Paladins saw first the announcement of Holy Power and then a complete talent and ability overhaul. Blizzard also talked a bit about guild perks, a tweaked leveling experience, and put out a call for help on an Auction House guide.
All this and more can be found right here at TenTonHammer.com.
Worgen are one of the two new playable races that will be available in the World of Warcraft: Cataclysm expansion. They have the outward appearance of werewolves; lupine figures that walk on two legs. Worgen players are in fact former humans that have been infected by an ancient and malignant curse.
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World of Warcraft: Cataclysm promises to bring something very new to the game in the form of an entirely new underwater zone called Vashjir. This zone allows you to imitate Jacques Cousteau exploring the underwater depths, or given the number of bad jokes and puns in the zone maybe you are to imitate Bill Murry from The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou. No matter your favourite undersea adventurer, Byron Messiah Mudry is positive youll enjoy your own opportunity to explore this expansive zone.
Ever wondered where the Goblin race came from? Or why they finally decided to join the Horde? Get these questions and more answered as we here at Ten Ton Hammer give you the run down on the newest addition to the Horde.
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