WoW 2006 - A Year in Review
The holidays are starting to wrap up, New Years parties are starting to gain momentum, and the feast of the winters veil is coming to an end. 2006 is almost over and we here at Ten Ton Hammer take a look back at the various changes that came to World of Warcraft. All three of our community managers worked hard to share their thoughts on the year passed, so join us as we look back through this year!
"Rain fell for the first time in Azeroth in the second quarter of 2006. Gnomish engineers came up with a handy invention called a keyring and the flight masters for both Horde and Alliance taught their animals to carry their passengers extended distances. Dungeon sets became available through questing and level 60 characters were rewarded with gold rather than useless experience."
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