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Border Kingdom Cryer 03/21/2008

Posted Fri, Mar 21, 2008 by Martuk

Ten Ton Hammer is back for another week of Age of Conan Hyborian Adventure (AoC) goodness. You all know the story by now. With AoC getting closer to launch the hype and anticipation is running rampant. New people are coming to the official forums daily and new threads are cropping out ever few minutes. Keeping up with the good discussion and information can be a tedious task, so let Ten Ton Hammer do it for you. Join us as we take you through some of the top discussions and best information of the week in the Border Kingdom Cryer.

We are seven and a half weeks from the May 20th launch date for Age of Conan Hyborian Adventure. With anticipation growing and every AoC forum member pounding the refresh button on their email inboxes hoping and praying for that faint chance that a Funcom labeled email reading "Beta Invite" is there, Ten Ton Hammer has been grazing the forums to bring you some of the top discussion and best nuggets of information and save you the trauma of reading through the drama as you wait for the inbox refresh button to pop up again. Find out about Funcom's adventure to the Gathering 2008, Tempest of Set infoz, Lost in Hyboria launches, a new combat training video, and Martuk wants to know, all this and more in this week's Border Kingdom Cryer.

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