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To be able to save builds for PvE, PvP, Fractals and Raids

In Gw we were able to save our Builds... in gw2 we are not able to... i have 9 charters and i was wondering with all the expanses of HoT Pof why we are not able to save builds considering you keep getting new skills from each expanse it starts to become confusing after awhile on what i should run and try to remember what to run for each charter ????

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  • Ayumi Spender.1082Ayumi Spender.1082 Member ✭✭✭✭

    Your best option is here: https://www.reddit.com/r/Guildwars2/comments/704oem/build_templates_actual_release/

    Arenanet gave the okay on this after working with the guy.
    It's still as they say "use at your own risk", but also say "Use it. It's fine now."

    Which in my mind, seeing as they could just release something like this themselves in the game...., that they're saying "Well here you guys go. If you want build templates... use this, because we sure as hell won't waste our time doing it ourselves."

    So... I've been using it.
    If you're worried about using arcdps then I have no other answer I can give other than hope they do release the option in the game.
    If so, I can stop using this thing as well as I don't care about the dps aspect of it.

  • I personally have all my builds bookmarked in http://en.gw2skills.net which works well enough for me. It takes all of 30 seconds to change traits in game so I don't consider it an issue.

  • @Wandering Mist.2973 said:
    I personally have all my builds bookmarked in http://en.gw2skills.net which works well enough for me. It takes all of 30 seconds to change traits in game so I don't consider it an issue.

    I feel that's the point I shouldn't have to write down every build. and neither should you it should be easy access running 9 charters is not easy

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