Ten Ton Hammer Staffers Immortalized in Legends of Norrath

Posted Fri, Dec 21, 2007 by Shayalyn

Next they'll have their statues next to Antonia Bayle's!

On December 20, 2007, two of the Ten Ton Hammer staff members were immortalized in the world of massively multiplayer gaming. As long time members of the global EverQuest II community, the caricatures of Tony "RadarX" Jones and Dan "Coyote Sharptongue" Irving were introduced into the latest expansion of Legends of Norrath as playable cards in the online trading card game. Although Tony now works as Ten Ton Hammer's Tabula Rasa Community Manager, he was previously employed as the network's EverQuest II CM, and Dan "Coyote" Irving continues to serve as the outlet for all of the network's adult-slanted humor in his daily blog " Not Funny....Ever" (not safe for work).

As part of the Forsworn set of cards, RadarX and Coyote were some of the first volunteers to be selected by the SOE development team to receive this "thank you" gift in return for their years of hard work and diligence. Their facsimiles now adorn to actual in-game cards that can be pulled from any pack of the Forsworn set. To commemorate this exceptional occasion, the Ten Ton Hammer editorial staff took some time to interview Tony "RadarX" Jones and learn how an online leader for an MMOG community becomes a trading card. We've displayed all of the cards, so make sure you check 'em out!


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