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Submitted by BIoodmask 1784d ago | interview

TenTonHammer: EverQuest Q&A with John Smedley, Alan VanCouvering and Harvey Burgess

EverQuest is celebrating its twelfth anniversary, and TenTonHammer is dancing in the streets of Freeport along with the other fans of all things EverQuest. Several members of the staff have taken to playing on the progression locked servers to recapture the magic of entering the world of Norrath for the first time once again, and they began to wonder about what lies ahead for the EverQuest franchise and of the journey taken over the last 12 years. (Alan VanCouvering, EverQuest, Harvey Burgess, John Smedley, PC)

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