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  • Teratus.2859Teratus.2859 Member ✭✭✭✭

    @anninke.7469 said:

    @Teratus.2859 said:
    I seriously hope there will be a Metal Legion shirt outfit in this patch xD

    And a /headbang emote would come in handy, too :)

    Hell yeah :)

    How to Dance Vol:2 Gw1 Necro dances :P

  • It could be that the full trailer spoils something that they don't want us to know yet.

  • Looks like fun!

  • Taelac.7036Taelac.7036 Member ✭✭✭

    Bumper cars with explosions. I like it.

    Good luck, have fun.

  • Arden.7480Arden.7480 Member ✭✭✭✭

    @Randulf.7614 said:

    @Arden.7480 said:
    No wonder "a trailer" comes with the prologue... they have really nothing to show with this prologue just charr bashing this, charr crashing this. All of this followed by a "big announcement".

    My guess is what they are trying to do is show little bits of various things and then tie it up with the full trailer on release day.

    Not only is that not a sensible way to do things imo, it also eliminates the week of speculation and theory crafting players used to enjoy leading up to release.

    exactly, they even stopped doing the stuff we used to get, there was always a trailer one or more week before the story release, and even this tradition was abandoned for no reason....

    I feel so betrayed.

    The wound is the place where the Light enters you ~Stephane Lo Presti

  • @Arden.7480 said:
    I feel so betrayed.

    Internet video game company does something different than usual.

    "This is worse than a close personal friend suddenly stabbing me in the back with a knife unexpectedly!"

  • Ashantara.8731Ashantara.8731 Member ✭✭✭✭
    edited September 12, 2019

    I know it is not going to be a full-fledged episode, but I am still quite excited for Tuesday! :)

    @Klypto.1703 said:
    I sense that we are going to find out Jormag is the real santa claws.

    Santa Claws! :lol:

  • Eddbopkins.2630Eddbopkins.2630 Member ✭✭✭✭
    edited September 12, 2019

    O man I hate the charr....they destroyed old Ascalon back in that day. And they set up there home on there graves and repeatedly kill human Ascalonian ghosts. All charr from child to grown up needs to be exterminated, and there lands returned to there rightful owners of the Ascalonian decendants ...humans otherwise...if I could help jormag kill every charr and invade there home land like they did in the searing days. Things might be right again in tyria.

    Long live Ascalon!

  • Ashantara.8731Ashantara.8731 Member ✭✭✭✭
    edited September 12, 2019

    @Eddbopkins.2630 said:
    O man I hate the charr....they destroyed old Ascalon back in that day. And they set up there home on there graves and repeatedly kill human Ascalonian ghosts. All charr from child to grown up needs to be exterminated, and there lands returned to there rightful owners of the Ascalonian decendants ...humans otherwise...if I could help jormag kill every charr and invade there home land like they did in the searing days. Things might be right again in tyria.

    Long live Ascalon!

    Uhm... someone needs to brush up on their history lessons. ;) The Ascalonian territory originally belonged to the Charr. Then Humans invaded the place, and the Charr took it back. If anything, it rightfully belongs to the Charr, not the Humans, who set up their new home on the graves of Charr Ascalonian citizens (although one might argue that we don't know who was there before the Charr - claiming land is always a debateable action).

    I miss old Ascalon, too, and hated the Charr for what they did, but after seven years of GW2 I have long gotten over that. ;)

  • Eddbopkins.2630Eddbopkins.2630 Member ✭✭✭✭

    @Ashantara.8731 said:

    @Eddbopkins.2630 said:
    O man I hate the charr....they destroyed old Ascalon back in that day. And they set up there home on there graves and repeatedly kill human Ascalonian ghosts. All charr from child to grown up needs to be exterminated, and there lands returned to there rightful owners of the Ascalonian decendants ...humans otherwise...if I could help jormag kill every charr and invade there home land like they did in the searing days. Things might be right again in tyria.

    Long live Ascalon!

    Uhm... someone needs to brush up on their history lessons. ;) The Ascalonian territory originally belonged to the Charr. Then Humans invaded the place, and the Charr took it back. If anything, it rightfully belongs to the Charr, not the Humans, who set up their new home on the graves of Charr Ascalonian citizens (although one might argue that we don't know who was there before the Charr - claiming land is always a debateable action).

    I miss old Ascalon, too, and hated the Charr for what they did, but after seven years of GW2 I have long gotten over that. ;)

    You sure old Ascalon was originally charr? I read it was always human dominate and they build the wall to protect themself

  • Randulf.7614Randulf.7614 Member ✭✭✭✭
    edited September 12, 2019

    @Eddbopkins.2630 said:

    @Ashantara.8731 said:

    @Eddbopkins.2630 said:
    O man I hate the charr....they destroyed old Ascalon back in that day. And they set up there home on there graves and repeatedly kill human Ascalonian ghosts. All charr from child to grown up needs to be exterminated, and there lands returned to there rightful owners of the Ascalonian decendants ...humans otherwise...if I could help jormag kill every charr and invade there home land like they did in the searing days. Things might be right again in tyria.

    Long live Ascalon!

    Uhm... someone needs to brush up on their history lessons. ;) The Ascalonian territory originally belonged to the Charr. Then Humans invaded the place, and the Charr took it back. If anything, it rightfully belongs to the Charr, not the Humans, who set up their new home on the graves of Charr Ascalonian citizens (although one might argue that we don't know who was there before the Charr - claiming land is always a debateable action).

    I miss old Ascalon, too, and hated the Charr for what they did, but after seven years of GW2 I have long gotten over that. ;)

    You sure old Ascalon was originally charr? I read it was always human dominate and they build the wall to protect themself

    Humans took it from Charr who took it from the race(s) that lived there before

    Wiki suggests those were the Forgotten
    https://wiki.guildwars2.com/wiki/Ascalon

    What sleep is here? What dreams there are in the unctuous coiling of the snakes mortal shuffling. weapon in my hand. My hand the arcing deathblow at the end of all things. The horror. The horror. I embrace it. . .

  • Eddbopkins.2630Eddbopkins.2630 Member ✭✭✭✭

    @Randulf.7614 said:

    @Eddbopkins.2630 said:

    @Ashantara.8731 said:

    @Eddbopkins.2630 said:
    O man I hate the charr....they destroyed old Ascalon back in that day. And they set up there home on there graves and repeatedly kill human Ascalonian ghosts. All charr from child to grown up needs to be exterminated, and there lands returned to there rightful owners of the Ascalonian decendants ...humans otherwise...if I could help jormag kill every charr and invade there home land like they did in the searing days. Things might be right again in tyria.

    Long live Ascalon!

    Uhm... someone needs to brush up on their history lessons. ;) The Ascalonian territory originally belonged to the Charr. Then Humans invaded the place, and the Charr took it back. If anything, it rightfully belongs to the Charr, not the Humans, who set up their new home on the graves of Charr Ascalonian citizens (although one might argue that we don't know who was there before the Charr - claiming land is always a debateable action).

    I miss old Ascalon, too, and hated the Charr for what they did, but after seven years of GW2 I have long gotten over that. ;)

    You sure old Ascalon was originally charr? I read it was always human dominate and they build the wall to protect themself

    Humans took it from Charr who took it from the race(s) that lived there before

    The race that was there before mmm....I'd bet a lot of gold those before were humonz.

  • @Eddbopkins.2630 said:

    @Ashantara.8731 said:

    @Eddbopkins.2630 said:
    O man I hate the charr....they destroyed old Ascalon back in that day. And they set up there home on there graves and repeatedly kill human Ascalonian ghosts. All charr from child to grown up needs to be exterminated, and there lands returned to there rightful owners of the Ascalonian decendants ...humans otherwise...if I could help jormag kill every charr and invade there home land like they did in the searing days. Things might be right again in tyria.

    Long live Ascalon!

    Uhm... someone needs to brush up on their history lessons. ;) The Ascalonian territory originally belonged to the Charr. Then Humans invaded the place, and the Charr took it back. If anything, it rightfully belongs to the Charr, not the Humans, who set up their new home on the graves of Charr Ascalonian citizens (although one might argue that we don't know who was there before the Charr - claiming land is always a debateable action).

    I miss old Ascalon, too, and hated the Charr for what they did, but after seven years of GW2 I have long gotten over that. ;)

    You sure old Ascalon was originally charr? I read it was always human dominate and they build the wall to protect themself

    The land known as Ascalon was originally claimed by the charr sometime before 100 BE when they conquered the indigenous Forgotten, though if they had any name for the region is not known.

    https://wiki.guildwars2.com/wiki/Ascalon

  • Randulf.7614Randulf.7614 Member ✭✭✭✭

    @Eddbopkins.2630 said:

    @Randulf.7614 said:

    @Eddbopkins.2630 said:

    @Ashantara.8731 said:

    @Eddbopkins.2630 said:
    O man I hate the charr....they destroyed old Ascalon back in that day. And they set up there home on there graves and repeatedly kill human Ascalonian ghosts. All charr from child to grown up needs to be exterminated, and there lands returned to there rightful owners of the Ascalonian decendants ...humans otherwise...if I could help jormag kill every charr and invade there home land like they did in the searing days. Things might be right again in tyria.

    Long live Ascalon!

    Uhm... someone needs to brush up on their history lessons. ;) The Ascalonian territory originally belonged to the Charr. Then Humans invaded the place, and the Charr took it back. If anything, it rightfully belongs to the Charr, not the Humans, who set up their new home on the graves of Charr Ascalonian citizens (although one might argue that we don't know who was there before the Charr - claiming land is always a debateable action).

    I miss old Ascalon, too, and hated the Charr for what they did, but after seven years of GW2 I have long gotten over that. ;)

    You sure old Ascalon was originally charr? I read it was always human dominate and they build the wall to protect themself

    Humans took it from Charr who took it from the race(s) that lived there before

    The race that was there before mmm....I'd bet a lot of gold those before were humonz.

    You'd lose a lot of gold ;)

    What sleep is here? What dreams there are in the unctuous coiling of the snakes mortal shuffling. weapon in my hand. My hand the arcing deathblow at the end of all things. The horror. The horror. I embrace it. . .

  • cptaylor.2670cptaylor.2670 Member ✭✭✭✭

    Not highly impressed with what I've seen from the map so far but I guess we'll see. I've always found the Ascalon zone texutres to feel a little flat and it doesn't look like they've got the same quality we see from the newer maps. But it's a short clip and it's only been bits and pieces so far.

    I am intrigued by the white sculpture in the middle. It almost looks like somekind of frozen/crystalized Titan-esque creature. Not really sure why it's sitting in the middle of the duneroller arena though but I guess we'll find out. The activities so far look interesting at least.

  • Ashantara.8731Ashantara.8731 Member ✭✭✭✭
    edited September 12, 2019

    @Eddbopkins.2630 said:
    You sure old Ascalon was originally charr? I read it was always human dominate and they build the wall to protect themself

    The Charr had been there long before the Humans. Before that, obviously, the Forgotten, which I had completely forgotten about, oops! Pun intended. ;) https://wiki.guildwars2.com/wiki/Ascalon#History

    Edit: "The charr were in Tyria first and ran wild over the entire continent." (source)

  • Eddbopkins.2630Eddbopkins.2630 Member ✭✭✭✭
    edited September 12, 2019

    @Randulf.7614 said:

    @Eddbopkins.2630 said:

    @Randulf.7614 said:

    @Eddbopkins.2630 said:

    @Ashantara.8731 said:

    @Eddbopkins.2630 said:
    O man I hate the charr....they destroyed old Ascalon back in that day. And they set up there home on there graves and repeatedly kill human Ascalonian ghosts. All charr from child to grown up needs to be exterminated, and there lands returned to there rightful owners of the Ascalonian decendants ...humans otherwise...if I could help jormag kill every charr and invade there home land like they did in the searing days. Things might be right again in tyria.

    Long live Ascalon!

    Uhm... someone needs to brush up on their history lessons. ;) The Ascalonian territory originally belonged to the Charr. Then Humans invaded the place, and the Charr took it back. If anything, it rightfully belongs to the Charr, not the Humans, who set up their new home on the graves of Charr Ascalonian citizens (although one might argue that we don't know who was there before the Charr - claiming land is always a debateable action).

    I miss old Ascalon, too, and hated the Charr for what they did, but after seven years of GW2 I have long gotten over that. ;)

    You sure old Ascalon was originally charr? I read it was always human dominate and they build the wall to protect themself

    Humans took it from Charr who took it from the race(s) that lived there before

    The race that was there before mmm....I'd bet a lot of gold those before were humonz.

    You'd lose a lot of gold ;)

    Guess I did...but in the wake of the charr civilization I say the land has become ungly and uncivilized. They need to leave and return it to human control....old Ascalon was so beautiful before the charr invasion. All the charr did to the land is uglify the landscape.
    And massacure the inhabitants.

  • Randulf.7614Randulf.7614 Member ✭✭✭✭

    @Eddbopkins.2630 said:

    @Randulf.7614 said:

    @Eddbopkins.2630 said:

    @Randulf.7614 said:

    @Eddbopkins.2630 said:

    @Ashantara.8731 said:

    @Eddbopkins.2630 said:
    O man I hate the charr....they destroyed old Ascalon back in that day. And they set up there home on there graves and repeatedly kill human Ascalonian ghosts. All charr from child to grown up needs to be exterminated, and there lands returned to there rightful owners of the Ascalonian decendants ...humans otherwise...if I could help jormag kill every charr and invade there home land like they did in the searing days. Things might be right again in tyria.

    Long live Ascalon!

    Uhm... someone needs to brush up on their history lessons. ;) The Ascalonian territory originally belonged to the Charr. Then Humans invaded the place, and the Charr took it back. If anything, it rightfully belongs to the Charr, not the Humans, who set up their new home on the graves of Charr Ascalonian citizens (although one might argue that we don't know who was there before the Charr - claiming land is always a debateable action).

    I miss old Ascalon, too, and hated the Charr for what they did, but after seven years of GW2 I have long gotten over that. ;)

    You sure old Ascalon was originally charr? I read it was always human dominate and they build the wall to protect themself

    Humans took it from Charr who took it from the race(s) that lived there before

    The race that was there before mmm....I'd bet a lot of gold those before were humonz.

    You'd lose a lot of gold ;)

    Guess I did...but in the wake of the charr civilization I say the land has become ungly and uncivilized. They need to leave and return it to human control....old Ascalon was so beautiful before the charr invasion. All the charr did to the land is uglify the landscape.
    And massacure the inhabitants.

    And they broke Gwen's flute.

    Some things can never be forgiven..

    What sleep is here? What dreams there are in the unctuous coiling of the snakes mortal shuffling. weapon in my hand. My hand the arcing deathblow at the end of all things. The horror. The horror. I embrace it. . .

  • Eddbopkins.2630Eddbopkins.2630 Member ✭✭✭✭

    @Randulf.7614 said:

    @Eddbopkins.2630 said:

    @Randulf.7614 said:

    @Eddbopkins.2630 said:

    @Randulf.7614 said:

    @Eddbopkins.2630 said:

    @Ashantara.8731 said:

    @Eddbopkins.2630 said:
    O man I hate the charr....they destroyed old Ascalon back in that day. And they set up there home on there graves and repeatedly kill human Ascalonian ghosts. All charr from child to grown up needs to be exterminated, and there lands returned to there rightful owners of the Ascalonian decendants ...humans otherwise...if I could help jormag kill every charr and invade there home land like they did in the searing days. Things might be right again in tyria.

    Long live Ascalon!

    Uhm... someone needs to brush up on their history lessons. ;) The Ascalonian territory originally belonged to the Charr. Then Humans invaded the place, and the Charr took it back. If anything, it rightfully belongs to the Charr, not the Humans, who set up their new home on the graves of Charr Ascalonian citizens (although one might argue that we don't know who was there before the Charr - claiming land is always a debateable action).

    I miss old Ascalon, too, and hated the Charr for what they did, but after seven years of GW2 I have long gotten over that. ;)

    You sure old Ascalon was originally charr? I read it was always human dominate and they build the wall to protect themself

    Humans took it from Charr who took it from the race(s) that lived there before

    The race that was there before mmm....I'd bet a lot of gold those before were humonz.

    You'd lose a lot of gold ;)

    Guess I did...but in the wake of the charr civilization I say the land has become ungly and uncivilized. They need to leave and return it to human control....old Ascalon was so beautiful before the charr invasion. All the charr did to the land is uglify the landscape.
    And massacure the inhabitants.

    And they broke Gwen's flute.

    Some things can never be forgiven..

    Ha yes that to...as well as destroy 2 civilizations the forgotten and the humans and leave the land a waistland. Only way to make peace with the charr is for them to leave Ascalon. It was never there home.

  • Ashantara.8731Ashantara.8731 Member ✭✭✭✭
    edited September 12, 2019

    @Eddbopkins.2630 said:
    but in the wake of the charr civilization I say the land has become ungly and uncivilized. They need to leave and return it to human control....old Ascalon was so beautiful before the charr invasion. All the charr did to the land is uglify the landscape.

    Nope. What we see are desolated landscapes still bearing the marks of war and haunted by ghosts. Very few Charr actually live there, with the exception of the Iron Legion military base, namely the Black Citadel, and a couple of farmers, who probably provide for the Citadel. In the upcoming episode, you will get to see actual charr civilization, which combines human Ascalonian with charr architecture. Quite intriguing.

  • Zaklex.6308Zaklex.6308 Member ✭✭✭✭

    @Arden.7480 said:

    @sevenDEADLY.5281 said:

    @Arden.7480 said:
    I feel so betrayed.

    Internet video game company does something different than usual.

    "This is worse than a close personal friend suddenly stabbing me in the back with a knife unexpectedly!"

    Can I tell anything to not get whiteknighted by someone? Or is it impossible in the gaming world anymore?

    He's not whiteknighting you, he's making complete sense...a company dares to do something different and unconventional and they get lambasted by those that want the status quo, if I wanted the status quo I'd play another game. I happen to like what they're doing, most of the information was in the digital magazine in "print" format, this is just turning it into video(game footage) format.

    Yes...no...maybe...what do you want, can't you see I'm busy saving the world...AGAIN!

  • After seeing the mini-trailer today, I'm guessing they trying a format where they only release tiny snippets of the trailer, then one lone trailer on Tuesday? That makes more sense than when it sounded like we weren't getting anything else until the full thing dropped with the actual release.

  • @Arden.7480 said:

    @Randulf.7614 said:

    @Arden.7480 said:
    No wonder "a trailer" comes with the prologue... they have really nothing to show with this prologue just charr bashing this, charr crashing this. All of this followed by a "big announcement".

    My guess is what they are trying to do is show little bits of various things and then tie it up with the full trailer on release day.

    Not only is that not a sensible way to do things imo, it also eliminates the week of speculation and theory crafting players used to enjoy leading up to release.

    exactly, they even stopped doing the stuff we used to get, there was always a trailer one or more week before the story release, and even this tradition was abandoned for no reason....

    I feel so betrayed.

    because there is no story release on tuesday. The story release will be in November. So we get a trailer 2 month early. Next tuesday will be just another festival.

  • In just a few days Tyrians will be preparing to face the Sons of Svanir!. Learn more about these foes on the official Guild Wars 2 wiki: https://wiki.guildwars2.com/wiki/Sons_of_Svanir


    Stéphane Lo Presti
    Content Marketing Manager

  • @VAHNeunzehnsechundsiebzig.3618 said:

    @Arden.7480 said:

    @Randulf.7614 said:

    @Arden.7480 said:
    No wonder "a trailer" comes with the prologue... they have really nothing to show with this prologue just charr bashing this, charr crashing this. All of this followed by a "big announcement".

    My guess is what they are trying to do is show little bits of various things and then tie it up with the full trailer on release day.

    Not only is that not a sensible way to do things imo, it also eliminates the week of speculation and theory crafting players used to enjoy leading up to release.

    exactly, they even stopped doing the stuff we used to get, there was always a trailer one or more week before the story release, and even this tradition was abandoned for no reason....

    I feel so betrayed.

    because there is no story release on tuesday. The story release will be in November. So we get a trailer 2 month early. Next tuesday will be just another festival.

    There will be story in next weeks update shown by the cutscene of Rytlock talking to that other charr guy. Also festivals go away this map is staying in the game for good. Its a prologue to the Icebrood Sage.

  • Arden.7480Arden.7480 Member ✭✭✭✭
    edited September 13, 2019

    @VAHNeunzehnsechundsiebzig.3618 said:

    @Arden.7480 said:

    @Randulf.7614 said:

    @Arden.7480 said:
    No wonder "a trailer" comes with the prologue... they have really nothing to show with this prologue just charr bashing this, charr crashing this. All of this followed by a "big announcement".

    My guess is what they are trying to do is show little bits of various things and then tie it up with the full trailer on release day.

    Not only is that not a sensible way to do things imo, it also eliminates the week of speculation and theory crafting players used to enjoy leading up to release.

    exactly, they even stopped doing the stuff we used to get, there was always a trailer one or more week before the story release, and even this tradition was abandoned for no reason....

    I feel so betrayed.

    because there is no story release on tuesday. The story release will be in November. So we get a trailer 2 month early. Next tuesday will be just another festival.

    excuse me?

    They stated on the twitter that they will release the trailer for Bound by Blood AKA the Prologue together with the release.

    The wound is the place where the Light enters you ~Stephane Lo Presti

  • hugo.4705hugo.4705 Member ✭✭✭✭

    So impatient to discover the metal warband and kodan. Very curious about the spooky enemies.

    +++In creative mood. New Engie Elite spec' , Housing , New asuran expansion , Designing a new lounge , New GameMode
    +++NEW: AEP Asuran Expansion Project available on WIKI.
    +++New: GEM GW2 Exploration Map: Discover unusual places around tyria: Here (OSM map)

  • Zaraki.5784Zaraki.5784 Member ✭✭✭✭

    @Menadena.7482 said:
    "Why are you watching the teaser when you could have been playing this already?"

    Because I've got a kitten connection which takes hours to download the patch. :'(

    "Sticks and stones may break your bones but words will never be able to injure you!"
    The Grim Adventures of Billy & Mandy

  • Anchoku.8142Anchoku.8142 Member ✭✭✭✭
    edited September 14, 2019

    Will there be major structural updates and modernizations to the game or a map and a story chapter?

    Where is 10v10 conquest?

    Where is Minecraft-like WvW and guild hall building?

    Where are changes to the combination system to increase complexity and reward?

    Will boss mobs ever dodge red circles or have boon-hate or even heal-hate?

    Explain your path toward supporting virtual reality.

    Is there a plan to permanently split skills between game modes and balance them separately?

  • Crystal Paladin.3871Crystal Paladin.3871 Member ✭✭✭
    edited September 14, 2019

    Will full trailer reveal a new legendary weapon?

    Or... Braham get converted by jormag's words and become an icebrood?

  • cptaylor.2670cptaylor.2670 Member ✭✭✭✭

    @Crystal Paladin.3871 said:
    Will full trailer reveal a new legendary weapon?

    Or... Braham get converted by jormag's words and become an icebrood?

    lol Highly doubt they'll do legendary weapons for awhile but I guess ya never know.

    The fact that they keep showing bits that we've already seen for these teasers or linking wiki articles makes me think there probably isn't much more to it than, new map, activities, MAYBE somekind of meta event, and a strike mission boss.

    If the trailer shows anything we haven't seen, it MIGHT advertise somekind of new armor or weapon set or more screenshots of the map. I can get that this could just be a different approach to marketing, but my gut feeling tells me that there just isn't anything to show that we haven't already devised from watching the trailers we've already seen. So, MAYBE a new armor or weapon set bought/made with map currency, but highly doubtful about any kind of legendary, a new fractal, or anything outside of a new map with a few events and activities. Just keep low expectations and be pleasantly surprised if there's something more.

    We may get to see some more cute little baby charr though, so that's a plus.

  • Vegeta.2563Vegeta.2563 Member ✭✭✭

    @Stephane Lo Presti.7258 said:
    In just a few days Tyrians will be preparing to face the Sons of Svanir!. Learn more about these foes on the official Guild Wars 2 wiki: https://wiki.guildwars2.com/wiki/Sons_of_Svanir

    https://wiki.guildwars2.com/index.php?title=Powerful_Potion_of_Sons_of_Svanir_Slaying

  • Deimos.4263Deimos.4263 Member ✭✭✭

    It will be interesting to see if Metal Legion has broken octave cool downs.

  • Aurene's crystals? That's...beautiful.

  • Very beautiful; can't wait to visit!

  • Oh wow, that looks awesome!

  • Arden.7480Arden.7480 Member ✭✭✭✭

    The wound is the place where the Light enters you ~Stephane Lo Presti

  • Randulf.7614Randulf.7614 Member ✭✭✭✭

    I so hope that isn't anything to do with Aurene. I cannot describe how utterly I want rid of that character from the story or at least an entire arc/saga without any indication of her

    What sleep is here? What dreams there are in the unctuous coiling of the snakes mortal shuffling. weapon in my hand. My hand the arcing deathblow at the end of all things. The horror. The horror. I embrace it. . .

  • Taelac.7036Taelac.7036 Member ✭✭✭

    Aurene's Lair, maybe? Yes, please.

    Good luck, have fun.

  • Batel.9206Batel.9206 Member ✭✭✭

    Ohhh wow...that's so gorgeous... [cheerfully waves goodbye to decent FPS] Worth it!

    fear not this night
    you will not go astray

  • Ashantara.8731Ashantara.8731 Member ✭✭✭✭
    edited September 15, 2019

    @Randulf.7614 said:
    I so hope that isn't anything to do with Aurene. I cannot describe how utterly I want rid of that character from the story or at least an entire arc/saga without any indication of her

    What? Now, that the character has finally become interesting? I find the other dragons a lot more annoying, because there seems to be no end to them being the center of pretty much every GW2 plot. I am looking forward to them finally being dealt with so that we can move on to other tales.

    In any case, I am looking forward to seeing her again, just not as a main character. I hope she will help make my aforementioned wish come true rather sooner than later.

  • Santuweed.2910Santuweed.2910 Member
    edited September 15, 2019

    does this mean that the instruments will be going on sale too on that day? haha! :#

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