Legends of Norrath: Oathbreaker Review

With so many developers of MMOGs turning to trading card games to help increase their product's foothold in the marketplace, it seems only

With so many developers of MMOGs turning to trading card games to help increase their product's foothold in the marketplace, it seems only logical for Ten Ton Hammer to take a look at these TCGs and determine whether they're adequate representations of their MMOG counterparts. One of the most prominent online trading card games based off of an MMOG is SOE's Legends of Norrath, and SOE recently released Oathbreaker, the game's third expansion set. Ten Ton Hammer's Cody "Micajah" Bye takes a look at the new game and whether it is a worthy companion to the rest of the series.

As always, the new cards are incredibly well-drawn – perhaps some of the best in Legends of Norrath history – and truly exemplify the quality of the artists that are employed by SOE Denver. From commons like the Vampire Noble to rares like Thubr Axebringer, each card has an amazing amount of personality and artistic flair. This set also features the faces of several people from the community, including three of the championship qualifiers.

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