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World of Warcraft + Vanguard: Saga of Heroes Features

  • Opinions are Like...Noses. Everyone's Got One!
     
    Gabriel "DarkFact" Zamudio has some opinions on the recently announced World of Warcraft expansion, Wrath of the Lich King. In this update, DarkFact analyzes the expansion's announced features, giving his point of view regarding Raids, PvP, and the newly announced Death Knight class.
     
    Features
    Sat, Aug 11, 2007
    Shayalyn
  • Look Out Behind You!

    Our Telon paparazzi captured another Vanguard: Saga of Heroes monster image. The lion may be called the King of the Jungle, but no one bothered to tell that to Kandryl Beheil. This slithering snakeman roams the valley on the southern side of the river in River Valley and has a bad habit of silently sneaking up on unwary adventurers, so be on the lookout!
    Features
    Thu, Aug 09, 2007
    Shayalyn
  • Chuck....CHUCK NORRIS!?!?

    Perhaps the most memorable event at BlizzCON 2007, the Sound-Alike, Dance, and Costume contests brought hundreds of Blizzard fans together to see who could perform the most convincing representation of the characters, audio snippets, and dance animations found in Blizzard games. Emceed by the sharp-witted host of NBC's "Last Comic Standing", Jay Mohr, the pageantry even featured a visit by the real life persona of Leeroy Jenkins, Ben Schulz, and... Chuck Norris?

    Features
    Thu, Aug 09, 2007
    Cody Bye
  • The whole show in one article.

    If you need all your BlizzCon in one sit-down, 2404 has posted an article that does just that. It describes the entire event, from start to finish, with passing comments on each of the little events that Blizzard offered its fans.

    Features
    Thu, Aug 09, 2007
    Cody Bye
  • Your guide to all things BlizzCon.

    According to the Ten Ton Hammer team, BlizzCon '07 was the best fan-event that they've ever experienced. With huge numbers, great events, and a flair for the dramatic, Blizzard did everything right. In order to keep all our BlizzCon '07 articles fresh in your mind, we've created the BlizzCon '07 Wrap-up page that directs you to every single one of our articles, photo galleries, and videos.

    Check it all out by clicking here!

    Features
    Thu, Aug 09, 2007
    Cody Bye
  • Hints and rumors flying everywhere!

    Lore may not be for everyone but the details given at the lore discussion panel during BlizzCON '07 are! We were there and got all of the great details such as information on the Ashbringer, Frostmourne, and even the ability to become the Lich King yourself. So even if lore isn't your thing this article is something you may want to check out!

    Features
    Thu, Aug 09, 2007
    Cody Bye
  • And in Conclusion...

    Byron "Messiah" Mudry wraps up his coverage of the Professions and Items Discussion Panel at BlizzCon '07 with this article:
    Features
    Thu, Aug 09, 2007
    Shayalyn
  • Fan Faire...From a Vanguard Point of View

    After a week in Las Vegas, Nevada, Ten Ton Hammer Vanguard community manager, Machail, returns home and has a few stories to tell. He walks us through what it's like at the Fan Faire, and covers some topics directly asked by our loyal readers here at Ten Ton Hammer.
    Features
    Thu, Aug 09, 2007
    Shayalyn
  • Playing WoW in a Yaris....Neat!

    ShackNews, ever entertaining in their humorous prose, has posted a new preview of Wrath of the Lich King. This preview provides a humorous view at the new gamer's entrance into Northrend and how he was utterly destroyed in his attempts to hunt monsters in the area.

    Features, Previews
    Wed, Aug 08, 2007
    Cody Bye
  • A good sense of balance is necessary in the MMOG world.

    The one hour class discussion at BlizzCON gave insight into past and future changes to the various classes in World of Warcraft. We bring you the full discussion including information on changes to hit points in the expansion, hero classes, itemization, balance (including Warlocks), and more!

    Features
    Wed, Aug 08, 2007
    Cody Bye
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