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GW2 Gold: Profession Guide

GW2 Gold: Profession Guide

Every little guide and technique in an MMORPG is very helpful. Do you search for these guides and secrets in the MMORPG you play like Guild Wars 2? In GW2, these guides can definitely make GW2 Gold farming a lot easier. No they are not cheats. They are just guidelines to the most efficient ways to do stuff in the game.

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Like this one, this is a very nice guide from ChronoPie, who posted in Reddit on “How to Hit Exactly 100% Crit Chance on Every Profession”. Enjoy!

With the recent changes to stat infusions, making them much cheaper than before, it has become a little bit more viable to completely minmax your effective power. With the exception of a few low ferocity builds, the optimal effective power comes from hitting exactly 100% crit chance on a build, once fury, banner of discipline and spotter are applied. However, in all honesty, the main benefit of this is the small amount of satisfaction that comes from having a nice round number on the hero panel.

Now, according to the wiki, in order to reach 100% (99% on the hero panel, which is incorrect), you need a total of 2995 precision. Subtract the amount you get from banner of discipline(170), spotter(150) and fury(20*21=420), and you reach 2255, which is the number we will be aiming for. Note that sigil of accuracygives the equivalent of 147 precision, meaning we will need to aim for 2108 base precision if we are using it.

Also, you may be able to fiddle around with these builds, exchanging power for ferocity or vice versa, to push the effective power a bit higher. However, due to the randomness of assassin’s presence in most raid groups, I wouldn’t consider it viable to do the maths on.

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I don’t know if you buy GW2 gold, will make this any faster but this guide makes a lot of sense. You should try this one out and let us know if it is legit!

Help for GW2 Gold

Help for GW2 Gold

There’s nothing wrong when you come into a point in playing MMORPG that you don’t know anything, especially when there is a new expansion. Everything’s new, there are a lot of addition in the game that you don’t have an idea about. For example, Guild Wars 2 and Heart of Thorns; you won’t immediately grasp the new stuff in it right? Like how to earn GW2 gold efficiently, etc.. So it’s okay when you come across this point.

GW2 Gold: For Example

Let’s take it like hydrospanner in Reddit. He didn’t something in GW2 HoT and that’s why he asked:

First, I just don’t understand the Mastery system…how or why it works, what the points do…anything. I’ve read the wiki and it just confuses me. Somehow I ended up with a glider, but beyond that, no idea. I guess when you fill the yellow bar you get a mastery point? Can you use it wherever you like or does it automatically go toward a pre-scripted section? Can you advance the HoT tracks through Central Tyria content?

Second, while I’m fine with things getting a little more difficult, this jump basically made things unplayable for me. If it’s just a matter of “you’re not good enough at the game” then while I guess I have to accept that, I’m also going to see if there’s any way to return HoT electronically, because this is ridiculous. Every mob I encounter, I have basically a 50% or better chance of dying, no matter what the enemy is. Pocket raptor packs I do okay with, but the moment a smokescale pops up, I’m to the point where I don’t even try. I just wait around until I can waypoint away because I’ve never once been able to get one to even 50% health (or even been able to run away). Then, when I waypoint back, there’s even been a few times where, within seconds of arriving at the waypoint, some kind of monster there instantly kills me and I’ve got to relocate again.

While I can understand a challenge increase, this, for my level of play at least, is just ridiculous. It’s not fun, it’s not a challenge, it’s just dying every 5-10 minutes and sneaking around enemies and avoiding all combat. In comparison, in Central Tyria, I had no problems negotiating Frostgorge, Orr, etc. It just seems like the HoT jungle was designed to be impossible to play alone, that you need a group to access any of the open world without constant death.

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The guild in Guild Wars doesn’t stop on your own guild. Let’s make it a point to help everyone including hydrospanner. Who knows, he might buy GW2 gold for you!

GW2 Gold: Bugs Life

GW2 Gold: Bugs Life

Bugs in a game, more in MMORPG’s, are not to be desired. They are instantly reported and should be fixed right away. Those bugs shouldn’t be in a game that you paid for, right? Well, at least for Guild Wars 2, it didn’t say it was included in the purchase of the game. Though they are not wanted in an MMORPG, some just come out funny. A bug suddenly pops out and it’s pretty hilarious. In a way, you wished that the bug was legitimately put by the developer for the lol. Like a funny bug in a boring daily farming of GW2 Gold, makes it at least not boring, right?

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GW2 Gold: Bugs You Love

So, are there any Guild Wars 2 bugs that you actually liked? I mean yeah they were not meant to be in the game but some really were too funny to not like when it existed in the game. I found a thread in Reddit discussing this and here are their thoughts:

The original poster, Ventriloquy, said that he liked the #5 Lightning Hammer skill stuns minis bug.

As for the others:

FrozenHydra posted:

Even though it was patched within a few hours my favorite bug was the mesmer falling damage trait doing a stupidly OP amount of damage, and you could have like 3 mesmers fall on a group of people in WvW and instantly kill them.

One replied to this comment for the video of the bug.

Illusionary_Mursaat posted:

Mine is that Thaumanova Reactor fractal turns your mini into an asura :p

This is somewhat frightening posted by Alcohol_Intolerant:

One of my favorites was when everyone started hearing “voices”. You would be walking around in a deserted map and hear an asura in downstate call out for help. You’d hear norn male gaining swiftness, female sylvari gaining retal, etc. All when you were by yourself. It took em a good 3 days to fix, but it was hysterical.

Do you remember a bug that you liked? Comment below if you remember one! Hopefully it’s not about the time you buy GW2 gold because that stuff is not funny.

GW2 Gold: Fun?

GW2 Gold: Fun?

Let us take a quick look on another Q&A post in Guild Wars 2. It is very interesting on how people and players ask different questions about gameplay, story, how to get GW2 gold, etc.

GW2 Gold: Question

Here is a post by keghi11 in the Guild Wars 2 Reddit:

I know there is a Q&A section, but sorry for being selfish and still want to ask this same dumb question to the community.

I play this game before but only for 2 weeks and my character only reach lvl 31, that time HOT just coming out, but I feel bored and quit, I think I play it in the wrong way.

So now due to sales I buy this game without thinking, but the problem is how should I enjoy this game?

I’m mostly a casual player, like to play alone, doing quest and explore, I’m not into social that much so I more prefer soloing in dungeons.

Any advise for a player like me to enjoy this game and please suggest the class that suitable for my play style, especially are easy to solo content, and I love crafting for my own gear. Time frame is OK for me, I like to take things slowly as long its perfect.

If got any in store item that might help feel free to suggest, I do not have any problem with spending money for in game stuff.

I bet he did enjoy the game and would love to enjoy it more since he spent time posting this in Reddit. Not to mention, the curiosity and asking on how to enjoy Guild Wars 2. Please correct me if I’m wrong in the comments section.

Answer:

One replied to his post and it is a very good reply I would like to share as well:

Enjoyment is subjective and as such nobody can tell you how to enjoy the game. That’s something you can only find out by playing it yourself.

Given your OP I’d suggest mapping core as your first goal, that means completing all the hearts, vistas and poi’s in each map, then move to the next. Use your UI compass and just slowly explore as you go. Class doesn’t really matter, some are more solo friendly than others but that’s really just semantics, they all solo fine in core so play whichever one you like the look of. If you want end-game examples of play-style I’d suggest searching on youtube for class guides and pick the class you like the look of when geared out and with a full build.

That’s the best advice I can give. gl & hf

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I fully agree. There are plenty of ways to enjoy Guild Wars 2 and you can ask every player that plays the game and for sure, they will answer differently every time. It is a matter of giving the game a chance and really getting to know the game. Also, having friends in the game really helps since you know, things get done easier with a team. Not to mention the game has the word guild in it. So hopefully he finds a pretty friendly guild to join to and be shown to the great parts of the game. Best of luck keghi11! Hopefully someone will buy Guild Wars 2 gold for you as well.

GW2 Gold WvW News

GW2 Gold WvW News

Here I am again, lurking in the magical world of Reddit, found another interesting topic that is a frequent question in Guild Wars 2. Is WvW in Guild Wars 2 enough reason to come back to the game. GW2 Gold question right there. People usually quit because of one reason, whatever that may be. Yes, it is enough to quit one game because of one stupid reason a player wouldn’t like in a game. Two of the many reasons can be either there is an imbalance in the game that the devs wouldn’t fix or the game just became boring. This I will share to you somewhat covers both.

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Here is the post that sparked my topic:

Hi.
I used to be a very active WvW player on Far Shiverpeaks.
I did however decide to take a break right after the HoT release, since WvW was turning into a broken, unbalanced and unrewarding mess.
I haven’t returned since, along with most of the server which went inactive protesting the WvW changes.

I kind of want to get back into the game due to the raids, and i miss the WvW action.

So; is WvW fixed? Has there been any major improvements since the HoT release?
Does anyone know how active FSP is?

thanks in advance 🙂

This was posted by addol95 in Reddit.

Great comments quickly responded to the post and I found most interesting is this one by joyb27:

Well anet has started seeking feedback on changes for wvw. They’re going to have both alpine and desert bls at the same time soon, are trialling repair hammers and experimenting with server links (fsp is linked with vabbi atm) to boost populations.

Fsp is also currently 5th and has a high population, so with the link is say it’s pretty active (probably not the most but definitely not dead).

Before reverting to alpine there were some pretty major fixes to desert too.

There are also reward tracks now, like in pvp but they take about 8hrs to complete. It feels more rewarding overall now.

I think with anet seeking community feedback and using it, wvw is in a better place than it has been for a long time.

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So, stay put, buy GW2 Gold to be used in the game to reinforce your standing in the game and be ready for the WvW updates!

GW2 Gold: Would You?

GW2 Gold: Would You?

Are you too keen about animations that one slight animation that is off, you will report immediately report to the developers of the game? What I mean is, even if there’s no problem really to the animation (bugs or anything), you just don’t like it and you think there can be a better animation. Well, for me, I notice some like in Guild Wars 2 but I don’t report or send feedbacks. It is for the developers and animation department to make them as beautiful and appropriate as possible, like, uh, GW2 gold.

GW2 Gold: Example

Here is an example of a player that is affected by little details on the animation. I don’t know though if he reported that certain animation because it wasn’t for him (his taste).

 Almost 2 years ago, on 17 July 2014, I made a post called “Default Character Animations Spoil It All!” on the official forums with two screenshots attached:

Zephyrite’s ships have crashed, and Morning just died in front of Marjory. Obviously, that’s the best time for Marjory to check if her hair looks alright!

Marjory’s sister is dead, and Kasmeer is delivering the sad news to the rest of the team. Must not be such a big deal, though, as she’s casually stretching herself.

Usually I’m the last person to complain about immersion in video games, but default idle animations like these were designed to make characters look attractive and somewhat “hot”. So it’s not at all surprising that it looks utterly jarring in completely inappropriate situations, which we have a lot (and will have more every 2 weeks) in the new LS S2.

I suggest adding another “neutral” set of animations for all races and genders (at least females) which can be used in story instances and similar situations. As a semi-solution, this set may even be a part of the usual animation with the most “casual” parts cut out.

So… I am afraid that I am the exact reason that these animations ever got disabled.

At that time I didn’t know the “monkey’s paw” principle at which ANet delivered the wishes and thought that toggling animations on and off was a simple change. I am truly sorry.

That is it.

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I would’ve said “Go buy GW2 gold if animations get even shittier in GW2 because of this” because I would make him pay me big bucks. Why? He owes us for his stupidity, I guess? Too harsh?

What do you guys think? Let us know!

GW2 Gold: Guide Pt. 5

GW2 Gold: Guide Pt. 5

Last time, I shared to you guys the fourth part of the guide for newcomers in Guild Wars 2. Here we continue the newcomer guide written by a player in Reddit. If you are interested in the recommendations on how to level, get GW2 gold, etc., read on.  The fourth part can be found here.

GW2 Gold: Continuation

If you chose to participate in PVP, learn to fight against other people by mastering your class and skills, capture points and hold them to gain your team points, and learn to play Stronghold which pushes teams to kill opposing teams’ lords by breaking into their keep with the aid of door breakers and archers. World vs World, or WvW, is a similar PVP experience but on a much larger scale. For lower level characters, Edge of the Mist may be easier to understand and participate in as it’s on a smaller scale than the normal WvW format which has multi-large maps and a lot more people. Edge of the Mists allows you to run with a commander and an army of people to fight against others and capture objectives. It’s similar to PVP where you hold objectives to give your team points and Tomes of Knowledge can be earned to grant a PVE level. It’s also worthy to note that PVP and WvW each have reward tracks that can grant other great rewards as well!

Once level 40, you should probably start to do dungeons (the first dungeon is however unlocked at level 30, and you can do a new dungeon about every 10 levels). Dungeons grant you lots of experience very quickly in bursts. There are several dungeons, each having an icon on your map with a door symbol. Be aware some of these are higher level dungeons, and you won’t even be able to go in them if you’re not the proper level. Dungeons have a story mode, and multiple paths, each run being a little different. It’s a great idea to use the LFG system to group up with others for dungeons. Aside from dungeons you can continue to craft on a second profession, if you’d like, continue to PVP and gain Tomes of Knowledge, participate in WvW and EotM for Tomes of Knowledge, or continue to explore the world of Tyria and complete hearts and do your personal story until level 80.

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By this level, you would be okay since you have saved enough gold. Therefore, you don’t need to buy GW2 Gold. Focus on PvP and / or dungeons.

Guild Wars 2 Gold: Guide Pt. 4

Guild Wars 2 Gold: Guide Pt. 4

Last time, I shared to you guys the third part of the guide for newcomers in Guild Wars 2. Here we continue the newcomer guide written by a player in Reddit. If you are interested in the recommendations on how to level, get Guild Wars 2 gold, etc., read on.  The third part can be found here.

GW2 Gold: Continuation

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On the trading post, you’ll also notice that you can buy and sell other goods. Merchants are great for selling your junk, and some karma merchants and heart vendors are great for buying trinkets such as rings and amulets. But the trading post is where every tradable item in the game can be bought and sold. If you feel the need to, you can buy a full set of gear for your character on the trading post around level 50-60. You’ll want to look for yellow gear, as this is rare gear that has much better stats than white, blue, and green gear, the lowest, second lowest, and third lowest quality respectively. A lot of your gear from the personal story, karma vendors, and general loot however should suffice, especially considering that buying a full set of gear can be expensive. In fact many players don’t touch the trading post to buy gear until level 80, as you’ll need the exotic gear then, the highest gear, right after ascended quality gear. At this point, you may also want to look at world bosses as you can do a considerable amount of them already. Many of them spawn in lower level areas like Fire Elemental, Jungle Wurm, Shadow Behemoth, and the Svanir Shaman; these also grant experience and loot. The higher level you are, the more of these you’ll be able to do.

Buy GW2 Gold or not, you will be having lots of in-game currency at this point on and things will get easier but still, challenges await further in the game so stay tuned for more tips!

GW2 Gold: Why?

GW2 Gold: Why?

Ever reached a point in playing an MMORPG that it made you think “why am I still playing this game?” Let’s say in Guild Wars 2. Do you still farm for GW2 Gold which you won’t spend anyways? Farming for stuff aimlessly and later realize that you are just wasting time?

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Someone from Reddit actually predicted this and asked the Guild Wars 2 subreddit about it:

I haven’t played in a very very long time. I want to come back to this game because I loved it at first, but there seemed to be no progression system to keep me hooked. I’ve always wondered what people do at endgame if there’s no gear upgrades, so what do you guys do? Genuinely curious because I want to try the game out again, but I feel like I’ll just reach endgame again and get bored.

There have been a swarm of replies considering I saw the post only two hours after being posted. There this one that actually I think answered it the best:

Pick goals and go for them. In my case it’s usually skins or legendaries not stats. If you think numbers going up are actually progression, they’re really not…in most games anyway. Because everything goes up with you and you end up with the illusion of progression. You’ve bought into that.

In this game progression is skill progression. You get better at playing what you have. You learn better technique. Can you solo dungeons. Can you solo them faster? That’s real progression not just numbers.

But if you make legendaries, and complete collections and follow the stories to completion, get some achievements done, there’s plenty to do here.

And it’s all progression. Filling in wardrobe slots makes as much sense as raising stats.

Edit: Oh yeah my guild is also a big part of why I keep playing. I’m always having fun.

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So don’t be farming gold in GW2 and just realize you’re getting bored. Heck, you can buy GW2 gold and don’t farm them so as long as you’re enjoying the game. That’s what is the most important thing.

GW2 Gold: Letter Continuation

GW2 Gold: Letter Continuation

The past weeks have been hell and I have not posted here for a long time now. Please forgive me for not posting for a while here. Let us not waste any more time and continue on with the developer’s letter that at least gave us some information on how a developer’s life is in ArenaNet. GW2 Gold information for you guys as usual!

GW2 Gold: Third Part

If you missed the previous parts, just kindly go into the list of posts so you can connect it with this one. Enjoy!

In Guild Wars 2, ArenaNet gave me the incredible opportunity to lead the team that designed and prototyped the dynamic event system – it all started with a prototype sector we called Shaemoor. Shortly after that they took a chance on me again and let me lead the team that designed and built all of the game content that launched with Guild Wars 2. That team and those years together is another of my all time favorite memories. To those of you out there from that team who read this – I am so proud of you and the amazing things you accomplished – I am truly honored to have been able to have been your lead.

Around launch in the ultimate step of taking a chance on someone, they asked me to step away from my role as a game designer and hand my design team off to a new leadership team to become the PR and media facing voice of the game as the game director for Guild Wars 2. A position where I’ve got to take the credit for everyone else’s hard work ever since 😉

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It must have been a great experience to handle the team who developed the content for Guild Wars 2. And LOL on the last sentence for this part. I am pretty sure that was a joke and hopefully you guys did as well.

Enjoyed this part? Look forward for the last part next time! I would buy GW2 Gold for that stuff!