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Age of Conan Guides

Updated Wed, Nov 05, 2008 by B. de la Durantaye


There are 12 classes in Age of Conan. Step in to read all about these classes, learn their skills, read about their quests, and see their armor selection.

Class Portal


Age of Conan is rich with various regions players can adventure in. Whether the snowy reaches of Cimmeria, the sandy deserts of Stygia, or the open plains of Aquilonia, you'll find a large assortment of region information here.

Regions Portal


No MMORPG would be complete without exciting and captivating quests. Age of Conan offers a wonderfully rich, story-driven array of quests, and you can read about them here.

Quest Portal

PvP and Siege

Player versus Player and Siege warfare is not only an interesting feature in Age of Conan, but it is considered by many as the essence of gameplay.  Whether you PvP a little or you make your home on the battle field, we have the features and guides to give you an edge.


Crafting in Age of Conan is a unique experience as it's only available to those who also level up in adventuring. The crafting skills are everything one would expect from a AAA MMORPG, including armorsmithing, architecture, gemcutting, and alchemy.


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