Girls Sixty Nine.9108 Posted December 3, 2022 Share Posted December 3, 2022 Hello, I love Guild Wars 2. But I find myself giving up at some point in time with leveling, playing solo, watching video guides, or build videos; You name it. And then ultimately never finding people who actively play like I do to team up with and conquer the world together, or even just do dungeons, etc. I never made it to that kind of content in this game. When you compare it to WoW, where you get to level 15 or 20 and you're able to experience a lot of mid-tier content without having much of the gear to do it... Anyway. I was thinking of playing an Enchantress (I think that's the mage class), for healing play style in particular, as I got introduced to that by someone on YouTube who was explaining all the different classes that are able to offer group healing, shielding, regen, etc... since there's no dedicated Healer class/role in the game. And I wanted to dive full speed into that. However, I want to do so with the right, populated realm (I guess you call them), and a guild that has more active players online throughout the day than just seasonal daily runners. I was wondering what a good realm for a new player would be to find active players in high quantities for NA. Specifically a guild that may have over 100+ members and over 50 of those members are active at once, is kind of something I am looking forward to. In WoW, I would join a large guild and then only manage to do content with like 5-10 of those members. And then find out that the guild I joined is more active during my offline hours. Etc. Well, that'll be the same thing here in Guild Wars 2 if I am not careful. I don't want to get to level 20 or 40, or whatever and then realize I have to do redo all that content because I'm on a dead realm. So any guidance into the right direction would be greatly appreciated. Thank you! Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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