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AoC 4 Life Contest Finalists Chosen

Posted Sun, Apr 20, 2008 by Ralsu

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The Ten Ton Hammer Age of Conan Community Managers have selected the finalists for the Ten Ton Hammer AoC 4 Life Contest. Due to a non-disclosure agreement restriction, we won't be able to announce those top ten right away, as it would mean effectively announcing who is in the general beta.

Even so, we don't want to make you wait, so we've posted a list of the top twenty entries. Ten of these entries will get access to closed general beta (note that open beta only allows play of the first 13 levels while these keys allow access to the full game.)

Seven of the finalists will get a collector's edition of the game. That's a ~$90 value per winner! One contestant will get a signed, framed piece of concept art. And the grand prize winner will take home a Collector's Edition, signed by Gaute Godager, and a LIFETIME subscription to the game. Danny "Ralsu" Gourley has already contacted the finalists through private message on the Ten Ton Hammer forums to let them know whether or not they're in the top ten.

Many thanks to all of the contestants, and congratulations to the finalists. If you are in the top 20, you'll know by now if you've made it to the top 10. If you're in the top 10,  you will be contacted later this week to let you know if you've won some of these great prizes.

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