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The Stream Team: Celebrating Vanguard's seventh birthday

MJ Guthrie
January 30, 2014
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Today is Vanguard's birthday, and Massively's MJ is going to party! While it's true the game won't make it to see another year pass by, that's all the more reason to celebrate all that is great about it now. MJ will scour the lands looking for anniversary events, tour favorite places, and hang out with fellow players. There are still six months to enjoy Telon, and MJ plans on doing just that -- starting right now. Join us live at 8:00 p.m. to party hearty. Perhaps you'll even see some of the snowmen stalkers, giant frogs, or a massive pink dragon!

Game: Vanguard
Host: MJ Guthrie
Date: Thursday, January 30th, 2014
Time: 8:00 p.m. EST

Enjoy our Steam Team video below.





The show is over now, but we've embedded the recorded video here just for you!

Massively's Stream Team aims to beguile you with live videos of our favorite games every week on Massively TV. Twitch is on mobile, too! Don't forget to scope out what we'll be playing next and let us know about games you'd like to see featured.












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