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Another Year Gone By

December 31, 2010 in World 016 News, World News

As another year approaches its end, one can look back and see just how many major events have come to pass in 2010. This week we’ll look back upon the wars and merges, the fall of tribes and the loss of players, that have slowly but surely shaped the world we have today as 2010 comes to a close.

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Now and Then II

December 27, 2010 in World 016 News, World News

Hello readers! Once again I bring you Now and Then, taking a look back at the history of individual players in W16 who are still here today, looking at their paths and specific events that got them to where they are today.

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Rising Action

December 15, 2010 in World 016 News, World News

Last month I highlighted the increased activity in the C²/Plight war. This month shows a continuation of this spike in activity as C² begins to take up more and more ground from Plight. Could this possibly be the beginning of the end?

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Around The World

December 5, 2010 in World 016 News, World News

It’s often joked about that players wish the TribalWars world was actually round, so that the continents ending with 0 could attack those ending in 9 directly, rather than suffering incredible travel times. This week saw a hint of what that may look like if it were a reality as Plight members nobled far into the backfield of C².

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Now and Then

November 24, 2010 in World 016 News, World News

Hello readers. Sorry for the long delay, but I failed to get my blog out last week before I went on a trip to one of the few places left in the world with neither internet nor cell phone signal. Some may call it a myth, but it’s there and I found it! Now for this week, a project that I’ve been thinking of for a while, looking back at the history of individual players throughout W16 who are still around today. Much to my surprise, part way through my work on gathering information, I received this very same suggestion from several readers as a possible topic, something that encouraged me to follow through with this idea.

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