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  • Batwing crunchies? Um...

    We, like you, don't put much thought into the tasty delicacies our characters devour after a tough fight. Nevermind that (arguably) the best dish in World of Warcraft contains more than a snort o' "goblin rocket fuel." And no, Booty Bay revelers, we're not talking about the "volatile rum" they serve down there.

    But for those of you that want an inside look at the horrors of the World of Warcraft "Cooking" profession, we offer a new guide that Upton Sinclair would be proud of.

    If you can stomach it, check out our Cooking Guide. You've been warned!

    (No mechanical war-chickens were harmed in the creation of this guide.)

    Thu, Jan 26, 2006
  • Jump start your WoW secondary skills.

    Maybe you thought the "Cooking" and "Fishing" professions in World of Warcraft are gimp, too complex, too time-consuming, too boring, or too expensive to get into. Not so. At least, not anymore.

    We have a couple secrets to share with you, secrets that will catapult your skills from 1 to 150 in both the Cooking and Fishing professions for a handful of silver, and in less time than it takes to watch another late-night "B" movie. It's not an exploit, it won't get you banned. It's just a taste of the old-school massively-multiplayer "grind smarter, not harder" approach.

    Two hours, no gold, no auction house transactions, 300 skill points.

    Interested? Check out Ten Ton Hammer's Two Hours to 150: Cooking & Fishing guide on our World of Warcraft Community Site.

    Thu, Jan 26, 2006
  • The Dynamic Dwarf

    May we present the dwarf, in all his stocky, gruff glory. Ralsu gives us a profile on the mighty mountain-dweller, complete with details about racial traits, bonuses, and penalties in the newest installment on the Ten Ton Hammer Dungeons & Dragons Online: Stormreach site.

    Because dwarves can live over 400 years, they pick their battles carefully. This does not mean that they hesitate to do battle; they simply exercise more consideration than comparatively short-lived humans and halflings. Most often, dwarves fight to protect land or possessions, not for causes or ideals. When a dwarf is finally spurred to combat, he displays a tolerance for damage and a high resistance to magic.

    Is the dwarf the right race for your Dungeons & Dragons Online (DDO) character? Read the guide to find out!

    Thu, Jan 26, 2006
  • Hot Feets!

    Samyel on the TTH Guild Wars site looks at a ranger that does a little bit of everything. Poison, crippling, interrupts, traps and energy management. The only thing this versatile build doesn't do is heavy damage, but really, with such a big bag of tricks, damage is something you can leave to your team mates. Read the details here.

    When you engage the enemy, cast Apply Poison and start liberally dishing out arrows. Switch targets depending on who is being the biggest nuisance: Crippling Shot goes on warriors, while Distracting Shot and Savage Shot are excellent for harassing casters. If the fight focuses on one area (say, a Flag Stand or on a flight of stairs) take the time to plant traps under your enemy’s feet.

    Thu, Jan 26, 2006
  • Gamer has a QNA with Turbine about the soon to be released title Dungeons & Dragons Online: Stormreach.

    Don't you think that we're on the verge of entering another MMO games overflow? How many more games do you think that the market can sustain before it implodes?

    Not really. The only major subscription MMO released since the since the end of 2004 was City of Villains, and it's not even a fantasy game.

    I think some players will always feel that there's a game overflow, but that's just because they're good games out there these days. No one, not even the unemployed college student, can play them all. At the same time, no entertainment industry ever lost its way by providing good choices to the customer. As new games continue to grow the MMO marketplace, it will have room for more games, not fewer.

    And folks... You can also read it in Hebrew. It just doesn't get any better than this.

    Our Very Own Super Sexy Dungeons & Dragons Online: Stormreach Site

    More News and Info on Dungeons & Dragons Online: Stormreach

    Wed, Jan 25, 2006
  • Classic Multi-Classing

    Darkgolem's extensive background playing the  pen-and-paper (PnP)
    version of Dungeons & Dragons gives him an edge when it comes to
    demystifying the fine art of multi-classing. His article on Ten Ton Hammer's Dungeons & Dragons Online: Stormreach community site takes a look
    at all the important things to consider when creating a multi-class

    Wed, Jan 25, 2006
  • There are new Guild Wars: Factions Screenshots up at the Official site. They're absolutely gorgeous! Go check them out!

    Take a look at our Guild Wars Site

    More News and Info on Guild Wars

    Tue, Jan 24, 2006
  • I had noticed that we didn't get any posts.This leads me to believe that either you're unsure of what we are offering, or that you're maybe a little cluck cluck chicken.

    That's unfortunate because left up to me I'll probably choose some carebear server where people don't even LIKE PVP.

    Here is a peek at some of the contest details.

    Welcome to Ten Ton Hammer's first World Ultimate Warcraft Championship Contest. The goal here is to give away great prizes and to see who the best of the best is on the server.

    We will be starting the contest on February 18th. In order for you to enter, you need to post your name / class / level and rank if you have one on this forum post. We'll then take the names and determine seeding.


    • 1-10
    • 11-20
    • 21-30
    • 31-40
    • 41-50
    • 51-60

    Prizes - The winner in each category will receive a $100 Gift certificate to GameStop or EB Games. There will be six Grand Prizes in all.

    All winners will be required to notify us immediately through email with their full name and mailing address.

    Let us know where we should hold this beast! You won't be sorry!

    Tell us here!

    Tue, Jan 24, 2006
  • My Fave place for funny is having an Auto Assault Beta Event.

    NCSoft decided to give us as many keys as we had readers who wanted to try it, so if a Mad Maxy sorta Car Wars MMO is up your alley you might want to give it a looksee. They do need an e-mail you can check to send out your key, but other than that the whole process is pretty straightforward.

    Go check it out and laugh with me at their latest strip.

    Check out our Auto Assault Site!

    More News and Info on Auto Assault

    Mon, Jan 23, 2006
  • Turbine has posted a Hunter Class update on the Official Lord of the Rings Online site.

    Woodsman, pathfinder, and master of the bow, the keen-eyed Hunter can use her arrows to devastating effect from a distance. Archery is not the only thing the Hunter excels at, for she can lead her companions through the forest at greater speed than they could on their own, and can set up traps to ambush enemies. The archer is no close-quarters fighter, however, and would generally rather let her bow do the work than resort to her sword.

    The Hunter will be the class of choice for players who enjoy striking a target at range. Clever by nature, the Hunter is known to lure her targets into traps to hinder them, giving her time to use her bow to deadly effect. A Hunter's knowledge of nature also provides skills that help her and her fellows survive in the wild. A Hunter's combat style depends on her ability to injure others while staying out of harm's way.

    Take of your bows and get ready!

    Visit our Lord of the Rings Online Site

    More News and Info on Lord of the Rings Online

    Fri, Jan 20, 2006
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