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Border Kingdom Cryer 03/06/2008

Posted Fri, Mar 07, 2008 by Martuk

Keeping up with the official Age of Conan: Hyborian Adventure forums can be a challenging task. With one of the largest pre-launch followings in recent MMOG history the forums are buzzing with chatter. This can make finding the good information or discussions a tedious task as they are drowned in a sea of dramatic posts and babbling rants. Let Ten Ton Hammer do it for you. Join us as we take a look at some of the top discussions and information of the week.

Another week has passed and so we are one more closer to launch. The Age of Conan Hyborian Adventure (AoC) community and fan base continues to grow at a regular pace and the official forums are flooded with traffic both new and old. As always Ten Ton Hammer is here to save you the trouble of sifting through a sea of dramatic posts and incoherent rants to find that tiny morsel of juicy information and good discussion. Win a Beta spot, the king has come to the UK, Priest of Mitra revealed and will they ever give those roleplayers their own server, all this and more in this week's Border kingdom Cryer.

  • You can read the new Cryer here.
  • Tell us what you think about this week's topics on our forums.
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