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AoC: Border Kingdom Cryer - 05/16/2008 - Launch Edition

Posted Fri, May 16, 2008 by Shayalyn

Hear Ye, Hear Ye! Age of Conan is About to Launch!

With Age of Conan Hyborian Adventures poised for early access this weekend, the barbarians are at the gate--literally! Anticipation has peaked and new discussion is flooding the forums daily. The community has been heavily discussing new topics and old with countless new threads. With all the excitement and renewed discussion taking place it can be a challenging job to find that good discussion or one great nugget of information as you sift through a sea of dramatic posts and endless rants. Let Ten Ton Hammer do it for you. This week we take a look at some of the top threads and best discussion in the Age of Conan Hyborian Adventures community in this launch edition of the Border Kingdom Cryer.

As of this issue we stand at 4 days to the official launch and 1 day if you're on the head start countdown. That means those of you lucky enough to get early access will be logging in tomorrow. The anticipation is building, as I point out in a little YouTube video I made a while back, and discussion is raging on the official forum as players everywhere are anxiously waiting for the gates of Hyboria to open.

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