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Border Kingdom Cryer 02/15/2008

Updated Fri, Feb 15, 2008 by Martuk

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With the February "State of the Game" now released an infusion of new interest and discussion has been raging across the Age of Conan: Hyborian Adventure community. With new members coming to the community and joining the discussion daily it can be hard to find the best discussion in a never ending sea of dramatic posts. Let Ten Ton Hammer do it for you. Join us as we track down some of the best discussions of the week. Role-Play PvE Servers, Bear Shamans, the State of the Game and more this week in the Border Kingdom Cryer.

The Age of Conan: Hyborian Adventure community is continuing to grow at a steady pace and there are new forum members entering the community daily. This is great for the game but it can make finding those juicy tidbits of information and great discussion a tedious task as the number of dramatic post and flaming rants increase in number. Let Ten Ton Hammer do it for you. Join us as we examine some of the best threads and top discussion of the week, keeping you the player, up to date on some of the best discussions in the AoC community.

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