Journey through time...WoW style
Join us as we take a trip through the Caverns of Time and look towards the future. Specifically what 2008 has in store for us. Resident writer, David "Xerin" Piner, examines in detail what we know and don't know about the coming year and predicts what we should expect to see. A great way to start your new year is seeing what changes could be coming and how they may affect you.
Wed, Jan 02, 2008
Xerin Reports the Week in WoW
With the holidays coming to a close we release another weekly report. Every Tuesday morning the report arrives to your inbox or can be read on the site. It goes over the details of the last week including blizzard posts, major news events, and what's happening around here at WoW at Ten Ton Hammer.
Tue, Jan 01, 2008
We have added a new editorial to our site, this one detailing all the major events in World of Warcraft in 2007, as well as their impact as the expansion came and changed how we played the game entirely!
The Burning Crusade wasn't all about PvE though, it also added emphasis on the distinction between PvE players and PvP players, with the inclusion of the resilience stat in most of the PvP earned weaponry and armor, as well as other buffs to the PvP system as a whole.
Mon, Dec 31, 2007
That's what you get for
playing a night elf...
In this weeks editorial WoW community manager Byron "Messiah" Mudry
looks at something that annoys many Alliance players and makes Horde
players rejoice. As he has been drawn into the Player versus Player
(PvP) aspect of World of Warcraft (WoW) lately, he has come to see how
the differences between the two factions play out. In this editorial,
he takes a look at the differences (as he sees them), and how they
translate to Horde winning the vast majority of battlegrounds.
Thu, Dec 27, 2007
We have a holiday themed weekly report ready for your review! Contained
within is tons of WoW related news (including some info on the new
Sunwell instance), interesting posts on the official forums, and of
course everything that's changed here at WoW at Ten Ton Hammer over the
last week. Thanks for reading and have a happy and safe holiday!
Wed, Dec 26, 2007
Xerin brings you the
latest news from WoW
Issue 2 of the WoW Weekly Report looks at the latest headlines in the
WoW community and the most interesting posts made by Blizzard this past
week. Not only that but we've got the lowdown on what's been happening
around here at WoW at Ten Ton Hammer. This week is all about the latest
WoW notebook, the commercial with Austin Power's mini-me, and The Feast
of Winter Veil.
Tue, Dec 18, 2007
This is a stick up! Well,
no, not really...but give me that level 70 raid gear!
In this week's editorial Ten Ton Hammer WoW community manager, Byron
"Messiah" Mudry, discusses another issue that has come up recently in
many guilds--another etiquette issue; namely the use of the new guild
bank feature in WoW. Messiah looks at some of the issues
around guild banks and suggests rules to address them.
Tue, Dec 18, 2007
When good mods
go bad...or just old.
Xerin has spoken over at Heal Plz about the ever increasing lack of
updated U.I. mods and the benefit for using mostly mods with an Ace2
backend. If you're sad that Titan Panel hasn't been updated in a while
then this blog entry has many helpful suggestions to cure your "this
mod is out of date" woes.
Thu, Dec 13, 2007
It's crazy cool!
In this interesting interview, Ed Fries describes the exact process by which the figurines you can purchase at FigurePrints get made.
Wed, Dec 12, 2007
Won't you please, please
In this weeks editorial Messiah talks about asking for help in game,
specifically in guild chat, and the rules he uses in giving and
receiving that help.
Tue, Dec 11, 2007