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Mastery Points

Can you add Mastery Points to the Map Completion like Task Waypoints POI Hero Challenges and Vistas. It would help to know if you have missed a Mastery Point as I have as of yet finished my Mastery of HoT even though I have finished the game. Mastery Points were way easier to find in Path of Fire.

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  • Inculpatus cedo.9234Inculpatus cedo.9234 Member ✭✭✭✭

    They might be able to add some, but not all. That's what the Hero Panel-Achievements/Story Journal is for.
    Or you could use this: https://wiki.guildwars2.com/wiki/Mastery_point_unlocks

    Good luck.

  • JustTrogdor.7892JustTrogdor.7892 Member ✭✭✭✭

    Another option is to set up your API key with Guild Wars 2 Efficiency . Among other neat things the site offers, you can view all mastery points you can still earn. You can sort by core, HoT, PoF or all.

  • Really, the mastery points are hard to find... plus having to go back and redo the story lines are crazy, That is how my Koss Dejarin I lost his ability to finish his original story line.

  • @JustTrogdor.7892 said:
    Another option is to set up your API key

    What is an API key?

  • JustTrogdor.7892JustTrogdor.7892 Member ✭✭✭✭

    @One Kiss Away.9180 said:

    @JustTrogdor.7892 said:
    Another option is to set up your API key

    What is an API key?

    You can set one up in your account settings on the GW2 website under "Applications". As for what it is I'll let the GW2 API page explain it:

    API keys are a way to grant third-party tools and applications partial read-only access to your Guild Wars 2 account. To use them, create a key, then copy and paste it into the field provided by the third-party tool or application. Each key is granted a fixed set of permissions that limit what third-party tools can access, and you can delete a key at any time to revoke the permissions granted.

  • There's a Widget on the Mastery Point Unlocks page (link above) in the Wiki that uses your API, as well.

  • hate 3rd party apps, but if Anet says its ok I kinda trust them.

  • @One Kiss Away.9180 said:
    hate 3rd party apps, but if Anet says its ok I kinda trust them.

    The Wiki isn't 3rd-party.

  • @JustTrogdor.7892 said:

    @One Kiss Away.9180 said:

    @JustTrogdor.7892 said:
    Another option is to set up your API key

    What is an API key?

    You can set one up in your account settings on the GW2 website under "Applications". As for what it is I'll let the GW2 API page explain it:

    API keys are a way to grant third-party tools and applications partial read-only access to your Guild Wars 2 account. To use them, create a key, then copy and paste it into the field provided by the_ third-party tool or application_. Each key is granted a fixed set of permissions that limit what third-party tools can access, and you can delete a key at any time to revoke the permissions granted.

    per wiki

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