History VideoGame / GuildWars2

16th Jan '17 6:48:31 AM MattStriker
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* EnemyMine: While there is a tenuous truce between the charr and humans, there is still a lot of hatred between them, but the races need to unite in order to defeat the Elder Dragons.

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While there is a tenuous truce between the charr and humans, there is still a lot of hatred between them, but the races need to unite in order to defeat the Elder Dragons.


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** One of the NPC commanders in the final assault against Mordremoth's physical body is a duchess of the Nightmare Court, working together with Pact and local Hylek forces because in their own twisted way, the Court are about ''freedom'' (from things like laws or morality...), and Mordremoth's psychic domination is an intolerable affront to them.
16th Jan '17 12:01:06 AM n00tn00t
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** The ''Heart of Thorns'' expansion expanded the story of the core characters, and some of them die, too. Two major characters die during this arc: [[spoiler:Faolain, the once-leader of the Nightmare Court and former love interest of Caithe, and Eir Stagalkin, one of the founding members of Destiny's Edge and Braham's mother]].

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** The ''Heart of Thorns'' expansion expanded the story of the core characters, and some of them die, too. Two Three major characters die during this arc: [[spoiler:Faolain, the once-leader of the Nightmare Court and former love interest of Caithe, and Caithe; Eir Stagalkin, one of the founding members of Destiny's Edge and Braham's mother]].mother; and Trahearne, leader of the Pact and close friend to the PlayerCharacter]].
7th Jan '17 5:23:49 AM MattStriker
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* ItemFarming: You want those Legendary equipment? Then prepare to have a stock of various fine and rare crafting items. This is very {{egregious}} with ''Heart of Thorns''-introduced Legendary weapons, like having more Mystic Coins and Globs of Ectoplasms required for creating those Legendary weapons.

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* ItemFarming: You want those Legendary that legendary equipment? Then prepare to have a stock of various fine and rare crafting items. This is very particularly {{egregious}} with the legendary weapons introduced in ''Heart of Thorns''-introduced Legendary weapons, like having more Mystic Coins Thorns'', which require ''even more'' mystic coins and Globs globs of Ectoplasms required for creating those Legendary weapons.ectoplasm, along with assorted other high-priced items.
6th Jan '17 11:48:22 AM Ookamikun
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* ItemFarming: You want those Legendary equipment? Then prepare to have a stock of various fine and rare crafting items. This is very {{egregious}} with ''Heart of Thorns''-introduced Legendary weapons, like having more Mystic Coins and Globs of Ectoplasms required for creating those Legendary weapons.



* ItemFarming: You want those Legendary equipment? Then prepare to have a stock of various fine and rare crafting items. This is very {{egregious}} with ''Heart of Thorns''-introduced Legendary weapons, like having more Mystic Coins and Globs of Ectoplasms required for creating those Legendary weapons.
6th Jan '17 11:47:53 AM Ookamikun
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* ItemFarming: You want those Legendary equipment? Then prepare to have a stock of various fine and rare crafting items. This is very {{egregious}} with ''Heart of Thorns''-introduced Legendary weapons, like having more Mystic Coins and Globs of Ectoplasms required for creating those Legendary weapons.
31st Dec '16 4:31:16 PM Rognik
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The game has a level cap of 80, with skills and abilities being a mixture of weapon choice and individual customization. Instead of traditional quests, it makes use of 'Dynamic Events' and 'Renown Hearts', which simulate quest conditions out in the world for the player to solve rather than filling up a quest log in a town. There are also individualized personal stories based on a player's race and what choices they made during character creation. Some characters will also react differently to players depending on their class or race.

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The game has a level cap of 80, with skills and abilities being a mixture of weapon choice and individual customization. Instead of traditional quests, it makes use of 'Dynamic Events' and 'Renown Hearts', which simulate quest conditions out in the world for the player to solve rather than filling up a quest log in a town. There are also individualized personal stories based on a player's race and what choices they made during character creation. Some characters will also react differently to players depending on their class class, race or race.
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** Another sylvari storyline involves meeting another sylvari named Malyck. He is apparently born from a different tree, and ends his arc by going off to find it and his brothers and sisters born from it. Most believed he would return during Heart of Thorns, when we go deep into the Maguuma Jungle to kill Mordremoth, but he never appears, nor do any other "Pale Tree"s.



* AdvancedAncientAcropolis: Rata Novus is this, essentially. An asura krewe that fractured off during their ascent to the surface, still staying somewhat underground, they developed technology both ancient and advanced compared to the Rata Sum asura. Most significant about them is that they have a dedicated dragon research lab. [[spoiler: They also all disappeared long before the Five Races could find them again.]]

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* AdvancedAncientAcropolis: Rata Novus is this, essentially. An asura krewe that fractured off during their ascent to the surface, still staying somewhat underground, they developed technology both ancient and advanced compared to the Rata Sum asura. Most significant about them is that they have a dedicated dragon research lab. [[spoiler: They [[spoiler:They also all disappeared long before the Five Races could find them again.]]



* AlasPoorVillain: In the human personal story, [[spoiler: Kellach. The combination of an Orr artifact and being followed by [[TheUndead the risen]] did not do well for his sanity. To make it sadder, he still loved his queen even while insane and corrupted.]]
* AlternateCompanyEquivalent: One of the playable races were previously thought to be vicious, AlwaysChaoticEvil butchers who were mankind's greatest enemy and once almost destroyed them in a devastating war, but were eventually revealed to have previously been a noble ProudWarriorRace before they were led astray into demon worship by their own sorceror caste and eventually broke free, redeemed themselves and returned to their roots, now fighting with SteamPunk technology while maintaining a still very strained relationship with humans. Wait, there are [[VideoGame/{{Warcraft}} Orcs]] in this game? Oh, you mean ''Charr!''
* AlwaysChaoticEvil: Largely averted, as even the most antagonistic race tends to have at least a few friendly individuals in it and many of them really do have good reasons for acting the way they do. Played completely straight in two cases, however: Dragon Minions (whether created outright or victims of TheCorruption) and the reptilian Krait are never shown in anything even remotely resembling a positive light, and the Krait in particular are more or less an entire species of professional [[KickTheDog puppy kickers]] (despite lacking feet to do the kicking with).
* AlwaysSaveTheGirl: What broke up [[FiveManBand Destiny's Edge]]. Logan went to protect the human queen Jennah from one of the elder dragon's minions just as the group was getting ready to kill the dragon himself. [[spoiler:The group failed without Logan, and one of its members and Glint died.]]
* AncestralWeapon: The Claw of the Khan-Ur, a weapon lost to the Charr for centuries before being returned to them [[spoiler:by the humans in an effort for peace.]]
** Sohothin and Magdaer are ancient holy swords, and one of the few weapons which can harm the dragons. Sohothin is now wielded by Rytlock Brimstone, while Magdaer was broken when King Adelbern cursed Ascalon. [[spoiler:The sword is retrieved by Eir in the Ascalonian Catacombs, who is planing to reforge it and gift it to Logan in an effort of bring back the members of Destiny's Edge.]]
*** [[spoiler:Some legends also state that if a member of the royal family retuns to Ascalon with either of the swords the curse of Ascalon will be broken. The only surviving member of the royal family is the duke of Ebonhawke- while nominally queen of humanity, Queen Jennah is descended from the royal family of ''Kryta,'' not Ascalon (Kryta and Ascalon were actually at war with each other just before the start of ''Guild Wars 1'').]]

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* AlasPoorVillain: In the human personal story, [[spoiler: Kellach.[[spoiler:Kellach. The combination of an Orr artifact and being followed by [[TheUndead the risen]] did not do well for his sanity. To make it sadder, he still loved his queen even while insane and corrupted.]]
* AlternateCompanyEquivalent: One of the playable races were previously thought to be vicious, AlwaysChaoticEvil butchers who were mankind's greatest enemy and once almost destroyed them in a devastating war, but were eventually revealed to have previously been a noble ProudWarriorRace before they were led astray into demon worship by their own sorceror sorcerer caste and eventually broke free, redeemed themselves and returned to their roots, now fighting with SteamPunk technology while maintaining a still very strained relationship with humans. Wait, there are [[VideoGame/{{Warcraft}} Orcs]] in this game? Oh, you mean ''Charr!''
* AlwaysChaoticEvil: Largely averted, as even the most antagonistic race tends to have at least a few friendly individuals in it and many of them really do have good reasons for acting the way they do. Played completely straight in two cases, however: Dragon Minions (whether created outright or victims of TheCorruption) and the reptilian Krait are never shown in anything even remotely resembling a positive light, and the Krait in particular are more or less an entire species of professional [[KickTheDog puppy kickers]] (despite lacking feet to do the kicking with).
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* AlwaysSaveTheGirl: What broke up [[FiveManBand Destiny's Edge]]. Logan went to protect the human queen Jennah from one of the elder dragon's minions just as the group was getting ready to kill the dragon himself. [[spoiler:The group failed without Logan, and one of its members members, Snaff, and Glint died.]]
* AncestralWeapon: The AncestralWeapon:
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Claw of the Khan-Ur, a weapon lost to the Charr for centuries before being returned to them [[spoiler:by the humans in an effort for peace.]]
** Sohothin and Magdaer are ancient holy swords, and one of the few weapons which can harm the dragons. Sohothin is now wielded by Rytlock Brimstone, while Magdaer was broken when King Adelbern cursed Ascalon. [[spoiler:The sword is retrieved by Eir in the Ascalonian Catacombs, who is planing planning to reforge it and gift it to Logan in an effort of bring back the members of Destiny's Edge.]]
*** [[spoiler:Some legends also state that if a member of the royal family retuns returns to Ascalon with either of the swords the curse of Ascalon will be broken. The only surviving member of the royal family is the duke of Ebonhawke- while nominally queen of humanity, Queen Jennah is descended from the royal family of ''Kryta,'' not Ascalon (Kryta and Ascalon were actually at war with each other just before the start of ''Guild Wars 1'').]]



**Many of the achievements are nothing but grinding, which most players wouldn't do unless there was an achievement tied to it. Some achievements give little rewards, other than achievement points, unless all the achievements in a "set" are completed.



** The ''Heart of Thorns'' expansion expanded the story of the core characters, and some of them die, too.

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** The ''Heart of Thorns'' expansion expanded the story of the core characters, and some of them die, too. Two major characters die during this arc: [[spoiler:Faolain, the once-leader of the Nightmare Court and former love interest of Caithe, and Eir Stagalkin, one of the founding members of Destiny's Edge and Braham's mother]].



** A similar journal could be found scattered throughout Ember Bay of the once team leader. Unlike the previous example, these logs are lost once discovered and cannot be reread in any fashion.



* ArtShift: Zigzagged in the cut scenes. They are usually 2D images, moving slightly, but can have actual sprites integrated into them, like the introductory cutscene and the introduction to an Order. This includes your character, so you look like you and not just some place holder.

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* ArtShift: Zigzagged in the cut scenes. They are usually 2D images, moving slightly, but can have actual sprites integrated into them, like the introductory cutscene and the introduction to an Order. This includes your character, so you look like you and not just some place holder.placeholder.



** The elite racial skills for asura, charr and sylvari can also summon attack drones. Asura can summon an autonomous golem, charr call upon their warband mates, and sylvari summon a druid (an ancient wood spirit creature).
** The racial elite for humans also summons two [[HellHound Hounds of Balthazar]] for the player as attack drones.

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** The elite racial skills for asura, charr charr, human and sylvari can also summon attack drones. Asura can summon an autonomous golem, charr call upon their warband mates, and sylvari summon a druid (an ancient wood spirit creature).
** The racial elite for
creature), and humans also summons summon two [[HellHound Hounds of Balthazar]] for the player as attack drones.



** And, as of the Heart of Thorns expansion, engineers can, after unlocking their elite specialization, have small, steampunk helicopter drones follow them around that provide various functions. The same specialization also lets engineers wield hammers.

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** And, as As of the Heart of Thorns expansion, engineers can, after unlocking their elite specialization, have small, steampunk helicopter drones follow them around that provide various functions. The same specialization also lets engineers wield hammers.



* BadassBookworm: Pretty much the point of the Durmand Priory

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* BadassBookworm: Pretty much the point of the Durmand PrioryPriory. The asura also count, having studied in a college before taking on their chosen profession.



* BadassNormal: Compared to the more magical/technical classes the Warriors. They never use magic or devices in fighting (the closest are the banners and they're not used for offense but for support) and all of their abilities are raw strength. Taken UpToEleven with Berserker, which amplifies said raw strength.

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* BadassNormal: Compared to the more magical/technical classes classes, the Warriors. They never use magic or devices in fighting (the closest are the banners and they're not used for offense but for support) and all of their abilities are raw strength. Taken UpToEleven with Berserker, which amplifies said raw strength.



* BattleInTheCenterOfTheMind: [[spoiler:The battle against Mordremoth]].
* BeastMan: Norn can transform into a Bear, Wolf, Raven, or Snow Leopard form.

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* BattleInTheCenterOfTheMind: [[spoiler:The battle against Mordremoth]].
Mordremoth.]]
* BeastMan: Norn can transform into a Bear, Wolf, Raven, or Snow Leopard form. The kodan look very much like permanently-transformed Polar Bear men.



* BecauseDestinySaysSo: Played with in the Sylvari's Wyld Hunts, which are one part prophecy and one part mission given to Sylvari in the [[HiveMind Dream]] before they awaken. It instills an instinctual drive to complete their given Wyld Hunt, which can range from defeating a threat to the Pale Tree to simply solving a problem. Additionally, at times, Dreamers can receive visions of important events or people in their future in the form of symbols, such as the eary parts of the Sylvari Personal Story. However, it should be noted that it is entirely possible for Sylvari to fail their Wyld Hunt, as Riannoc did when he was killed by the lich he was sent to defeat.

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* BecauseDestinySaysSo: Played with in the Sylvari's sylvari's Wyld Hunts, which are one part prophecy and one part mission given to Sylvari in the [[HiveMind Dream]] before they awaken. It instills an instinctual drive to complete their given Wyld Hunt, which can range from defeating a threat to the Pale Tree to simply solving a problem. Additionally, at times, Dreamers can receive visions of important events or people in their future in the form of symbols, such as the eary parts of the Sylvari Personal Story. However, it should be noted that it is entirely possible for Sylvari to fail their Wyld Hunt, as Riannoc did when he was killed by the lich he was sent to defeat.



** In the personal story, [[spoiler:Logan Thackeray gets a BigDamnHeroes moment. After staying behind to hold off a tide of undead with no hope of survival, he reappears just as your airship is going down... on a much bigger, much more powerful experimental airship.]]

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** In the personal story, [[spoiler:Logan Thackeray gets a BigDamnHeroes moment.in the final chapter. After staying behind to hold off a tide of undead with no hope of survival, he reappears just as your airship is going down... on a much bigger, much more powerful experimental airship.]]



*** Somewhat interestingly, almost no race is depicted as purely good or evil. For instance, you can fight evil centaurs and evil hylek, or be helped by good centaurs/hylek. Krait are always hostile, and quaggans are always friendly (except when they've been corrupted), but every other race serves as both allies and enemies.

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*** Somewhat interestingly, almost no race is depicted as purely good or evil. For instance, you can fight evil centaurs and evil hylek, or be helped by good centaurs/hylek. Krait are always hostile, and quaggans and kodan are always friendly (except when they've been corrupted), but every other race serves as both allies and enemies.



** Apparently it has come down from WordOfGod that the sylvari can't even reproduce on their own, only the Tree can create new sylvari.

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** Apparently it has come down from WordOfGod that the sylvari can't even reproduce on their own, own; only the Tree can create new sylvari.



** Heart of Thorns later boasted purchasing the expansion will grant you an instant level 80 boost to one character. Thankfully, this was also offered to anyone who had already purchased the expansion.



---> "Right. The blue and green ones are nice. The red and orange are mean. And the yellow ones are sometimes nice and sometimes mean, depending on their mood."

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---> --> "Right. The blue and green ones are nice. The red and orange are mean. And the yellow ones are sometimes nice and sometimes mean, depending on their mood."



** There are tons of places from the first game that return, like the Temple of Ages, the Henge of Denravi, Droknar's Forge, Camp Rankor, Copperhammer Mines, and even the Stormcaller itself! [[spoiler: Alas, most of them are in ruins after the last 250 years. Indeed, the whole region of the far Southern Shiverpeaks, which was downright arctic in the days of the first game, is now verdant forest, shading to jungle and swamp in places, and dominated by a huge volcano, Mount Maelstrom.]]

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** There are tons of places from the first game that return, like the Temple of Ages, the Henge of Denravi, Droknar's Forge, Camp Rankor, Copperhammer Mines, and even the Stormcaller itself! [[spoiler: Alas, most of them are in ruins after the last 250 years. Indeed, the whole region of the far Southern Shiverpeaks, which was downright arctic in the days of the first game, is now verdant forest, shading to jungle and swamp in places, and dominated by a huge volcano, Mount Maelstrom.]]



** [[spoiler: When you get down to the Mount Maelstrom explorable area, you'll find that the good guys' alliance, the Pact, has a submarine of its own which the Order of Whispers uses to insert and extract agents. It's the same model and design as the Iron Legion's submarine, leaving it an open question how the Order of Whispers got their hands on one...]]
* CoolPet: Absolutely bunches for the Ranger, although they can only equip four at a time (two terrestrial and two aquatic). CoolPet options range from drakes and double-tailed scorpions called devourers to jellyfish and sharks.

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** [[spoiler: When [[spoiler:When you get down to the Mount Maelstrom explorable area, you'll find that the good guys' alliance, the Pact, has a submarine of its own which the Order of Whispers uses to insert and extract agents. It's the same model and design as the Iron Legion's submarine, leaving it an open question how the Order of Whispers got their hands on one...]]
* CoolPet: Absolutely bunches for the Ranger, although they can only equip four at a time (two terrestrial and two aquatic). CoolPet Cool pet options range from drakes and double-tailed scorpions called devourers to jellyfish and sharks.



** Mordremoth's corruption effects Tyrian flora, from vining plants that destroy or strangle anything or anyone unfortunate enough to get in the way, to supercharged husks, skeletal sylvari hounds, and plants twisted into forms never before seen.

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** Mordremoth's corruption effects affects Tyrian flora, from vining plants thorny vines that destroy or strangle anything or anyone unfortunate enough to get in the way, to supercharged husks, skeletal sylvari hounds, and plants twisted into forms never before seen.



* DamselInDistress[=/=]DesignatedVictim: Queen Jennah. Whether it's assassination attempts, kidnap attempts or attempts to overthrow her (and thus killing or imprisoning her afterwards), human players will, during their story quest, have to deal with 3 separate plots against her, and at mid-level players of all races get to join in on the fun. And that's not mentioning Logan running off to rescue her in the prequel novel was what blew his friends' chance to kill of one of the Elder Dragons, and got Snaff and Glint killed.

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** Aurene, [[spoiler:the female dragon child of Glint]], is considered incredibly cute by the community, despite not being in humanoid form.
* DamselInDistress[=/=]DesignatedVictim: Queen Jennah. Whether it's assassination attempts, kidnap attempts or attempts to overthrow her (and thus killing or imprisoning her afterwards), human players will, during their story quest, have to deal with 3 separate plots against her, and at mid-level mid-level, players of all races get to join in on the fun. And that's not mentioning Logan running off to rescue her in the prequel novel was what blew his friends' chance to kill of one of the Elder Dragons, and got Snaff and Glint killed.



* DividedWeFall: In every race's personal story around level 20-30, the 3 orders are aware of a direct problem caused by the elder dragon's minions, but will bicker about how to stop it until the player breaks the deadlock. The members of Destiny's Edge are also busy with a blame-game for the death of their friend in the prequel novel.

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* DividedWeFall: In every race's personal story around level 20-30, the 3 orders are aware of a direct problem caused by the elder dragon's minions, but will bicker about how to stop it until the player breaks the deadlock. The members of Destiny's Edge are also busy with a blame-game for the death of their friend in during the prequel novel.



* DoubleUnlock: Essentially the Mastery system. A mastery path first gets unlocked by achieving a specific task, but then the player must earn a certain amount of experience, ''then'' spend a certain amount of mastery points (either Core or Maguuma, depending on the path) to be able to actually use the skill.

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* DoubleUnlock: Essentially the Mastery system. A mastery path first gets unlocked by achieving a specific task, task (usually reaching a specific area), but then the player must earn a certain amount of experience, ''then'' spend a certain amount of mastery points (either Core or Maguuma, depending on the path) to be able to actually use the skill.



** The asura and norn both lost their homeland and rebuilt elsewhere. (The subterranean asura founded Rata Sum during Eye of the North, while the norn were simply chased farther south.) The sylvari are new (under 25 years) and did not have a homeland to lose. Only the charr are better off than they were in Guild Wars 1, having reclaimed most of Ascalon and thrown off the oppressive yoke of the Flame Legion.

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** The asura and norn both lost their homeland and rebuilt elsewhere. (The The subterranean asura founded Rata Sum during Eye of the North, while the norn were simply chased farther south.) south. The sylvari are new (under 25 years) and did not have a homeland to lose. Only the charr are better off than they were in Guild Wars 1, having reclaimed most of Ascalon and thrown off the oppressive yoke of the Flame Legion.



* ElvesVersusDwarves: Humans versus Charr, basically, exacerbated by humanity's great decline in power and the monumental ascent of the Charr.
** To a lesser degree, Sylvari versus Asura. The sylvari are very flighty and curious, while the asura are highly industrial. It doesn't help that [[spoiler:asura did experiments on some of the early sylvari]].

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* ElvesVersusDwarves: Humans versus Charr, basically, exacerbated by humanity's great decline in power and the monumental ascent of the Charr.
charr.
** To a lesser degree, Sylvari sylvari versus Asura.asura. The sylvari are very flighty and curious, while the asura are highly industrial. It doesn't help that [[spoiler:asura [[spoiler:some asura did experiments on some of the early sylvari]].



* EvilBrit: Across from the Nightmare Court, there is also Scarlet Briar (the BigBad of the Season 1 Living Story content).

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* EvilBrit: Across Apart from the Nightmare Court, there is also Scarlet Briar (the BigBad of the Season 1 Living Story content).



* TheFairFolk: The sylvari are both an example and a subversion of this trope (although if the [[CrazySurvivalist Nightmare Court]] has its way, they'll just be an example). On one hand -given that their ''entire race'' is barely 25 years old and that they're living plants- they are honestly alien to the world, and they operate on a sort of fairy tale logic wherein everyone "born" by the Pale Tree gets his destiny and his lifegoal revealed shortly afterwards - naturally, the player characters is to slay [[BigBad Zhaitan]]. On the other hand, they're quite capable of negotiating with other races, and even the [[NamesToRunAwayFromReallyFast the Nightmare Court]] has very understandable motives (they're xenophobes, and want to pollute the [[HiveMind Dream of Dreams]] so that other sylvari become as isolationist and insular as they are - and a lot less naive in their optimism about the world).

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* TheFairFolk: The sylvari are both an example and a subversion of this trope (although if the [[CrazySurvivalist Nightmare Court]] has its way, they'll just be an example). On one hand -given hand, given that their ''entire race'' is barely 25 years old and that they're living plants- plants, they are honestly alien to the world, and they operate on a sort of fairy tale logic wherein everyone "born" by the Pale Tree gets his destiny and his lifegoal revealed shortly afterwards - naturally, the player characters is to slay [[BigBad Zhaitan]]. On the other hand, they're quite capable of negotiating with other races, and even the [[NamesToRunAwayFromReallyFast the Nightmare Court]] has very understandable motives (they're xenophobes, and want to pollute the [[HiveMind Dream of Dreams]] so that other sylvari become as isolationist and insular as they are - and a lot less naive in their optimism about the world).



** As of ''Heart of Thorns'', characters of all races consider sylvari to be untrustworthy at best. Almost justified because the sylvari are constantly in danger of falling to Mordremoth's corruption, but there are plenty who don't, and they're treated with suspicion regardless of their contribution. Even high-ranking officials (including you, if you're playing a sylvari) face open disrespect from their subordinates.

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** As of ''Heart of Thorns'', characters of all races consider sylvari to be untrustworthy at best. Almost justified because the [[spoiler:the sylvari are constantly in danger of falling to Mordremoth's corruption, but there are plenty who don't, and they're treated with suspicion regardless of their contribution. Even high-ranking officials (including you, if you're playing a sylvari) face open disrespect from their subordinates.]]



* FinishingMove: Mandatory for PvP due to the fight for survival mechanic. For most races the characters lift their arms into the air, yell in triumph, then [[ImpaledWithExtremePrejudice runs them through with a victory banner.]]

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* FinishingMove: Mandatory for PvP due to the fight for survival mechanic. For most races races, the characters lift their arms into the air, yell in triumph, then [[ImpaledWithExtremePrejudice runs them through with a victory banner.]]



** Heart of Thorns further explores the Nightmare Court's philosophy. Some people thought they might be [[spoiler: an offshoot of Mordremoth's corruption]]. However, what they really want is free will, the ability to choose their life's path rather than be forced down one by their creator.

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** Heart of Thorns further explores the Nightmare Court's philosophy. Some people thought they might be [[spoiler: an [[spoiler:an offshoot of Mordremoth's corruption]]. However, what they really want is free will, the ability to choose their life's path rather than be forced down one by their creator.



* FutureMeScaresMe: One of the asuran storylines concludes with your character facing [[spoiler: an evil version of yourself from a possible future]].

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* FutureMeScaresMe: One of the asuran storylines concludes with your character facing [[spoiler: an [[spoiler:an evil version of yourself from a possible future]].



** The laurel currency offers special rewards for doing the daily or monthly achievement as of January 2013. Laurel traders are available in every major city. Laurels have since been moved into the daily log-in rewards.

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** The laurel currency offers special rewards for doing the daily or monthly achievement as of January 2013. Laurel traders are available in every major city. Laurels have since been moved into the daily log-in login rewards.



** The Norn's Spirits of the Wild initially guided them south after Jormag's initial attack, but they have rarely been seen since. Lampshaded by generic norn dialog.
--->I pray to the Spirits of the Wild. They rarely answer.



** One of the most tragic parts of the Heart of Thorns main story is when [[spoiler:Scruffy sacrifices himself to connect the power cables to open the lab doors. Rarely do you get so emotional about a robotic death,]] Taimi was especially sad about this tragic but necessary act.

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** One of the most tragic parts of the Heart of Thorns main story is when [[spoiler:Scruffy sacrifices himself to connect the power cables to open the lab doors. Rarely do you get so emotional about a robotic death,]] death.]] Taimi was especially sad about this tragic but necessary act.



* HungryJungle: Magus Falls was already full of decidedly nasty wildlife, frequently hostile natives of the poisoned-arrows-from-the-trees variety, assorted killer plants, a species of insectoid horrors and other entertaining features of that general type. Then [[EldritchAbomination Mordremoth]] woke up, and it got worse. ''Much'' worse. [[spoiler: Mordremoth IS the jungle. The Dragon's roots and tendrils reach everywhere within it, effectively turning the whole region into a giant and extremely hostile organism.]]

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* HungryJungle: Magus Falls was already full of decidedly nasty wildlife, frequently hostile natives of the poisoned-arrows-from-the-trees variety, assorted killer plants, a species of insectoid horrors and other entertaining features of that general type. Then [[EldritchAbomination Mordremoth]] woke up, and it got worse. ''Much'' worse. [[spoiler: Mordremoth [[spoiler:Mordremoth IS the jungle. The Dragon's roots and tendrils reach everywhere within it, effectively turning the whole region into a giant and extremely hostile organism.]]



* IncrediblyLamePun / HurricaneOfPuns: When dealing with some double-crossing hylek's (a race of sentient toads) by double-crossing them first, we get this little gem.

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* IncrediblyLamePun / HurricaneOfPuns: When dealing with some double-crossing hylek's hyleks (a race of sentient toads) by double-crossing them first, we get this little gem.



** [=NPCs=] will flirt with or have crushes on the PC no matter the races involved.

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** [=NPCs=] will flirt with or have crushes on the PC no matter the races (or genders) involved.



** The Ranger also competes for being the most Jack like in spirit of the GW 1 ranger who was almost as varied any GW 2 profession. While the Engineer is a JackOfAllTrades from his delightfully random and diverse set of tools, the Ranger is a MasterOfNone thanks to their pet. Their pet is a very significant portion of their damage, so they personally do less damage than other professions, but are just as capable of filling all roles. Since a ranger's build usually doesn't affect their Pet's fighting style, a Ranger isn't punished for choosing a pet that fills in for their own shortcomings, but each is sort of like a half person making them together a real MasterOfNone.

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** The Ranger also competes for being the most Jack like Jack-like in spirit of the GW 1 ranger who was almost as varied any GW 2 profession. While the Engineer is a JackOfAllTrades from his delightfully random and diverse set of tools, the Ranger is a MasterOfNone thanks to their pet. Their pet is a very significant portion of their damage, so they personally do less damage than other professions, but are still just as capable of filling all roles. Since a ranger's build usually doesn't affect their Pet's fighting style, a Ranger isn't punished for choosing a pet that fills in for their own shortcomings, but each is sort of like a half person making them together a real MasterOfNone.



** While not a true JackOfAllTrades out of the caster classes that in general provide a ton of utility, the Necromancers stick out a lot being able to take conditions of all allies and sending em to one enemy or eat them to heal themself (or create the second highest [=AoE=] heal area for their allies that purges conditions of them if they shoot stuff trough it), to share conditions from the said enemy to all around him and then turn into a death cloud that heals allies around themself and then again healing upon exiting the form on a pretty regular basis, but even so every class can fall under it if built that way.

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** While not a true JackOfAllTrades out of the caster classes that in general provide a ton of utility, the Necromancers stick out a lot being able to take conditions of all allies and sending em to one enemy or eat them to heal themself (or create the second highest [=AoE=] heal area for their allies that purges conditions of them if they shoot stuff trough through it), to share conditions from the said enemy to all around him and then turn into a death cloud that heals allies around themself and then again healing upon exiting the form on a pretty regular basis, but even so every class can fall under it if built that way.



* MySpeciesDothProtestTooMuch: Most of the hostile races have at least one small friendly sect somewhere in the world. Currently, only the krait remain AlwaysChaoticEvil.

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* MySpeciesDothProtestTooMuch: Most of the hostile races have at least one small friendly sect somewhere in the world. Currently, Of the sentient races, only the krait remain AlwaysChaoticEvil.



* NonCombatEXP: The game gives experience for almost everything, from harvesting materials in the world, to crafting to exploration.

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* NonCombatEXP: The game gives experience for almost everything, from harvesting materials in the world, to crafting crafting, to exploration.



** Played straight, however, by [[http://www.zbrushcentral.com/showthread.php?975570&p=975570&viewfull=1#post975570 Krait]].
*** Explained with Krait being a race with heavy active Metamorphosis and malleable genetic structure, easily adapting to environments; in the end, both male and female krait can come with and without mammaries (e.g. most toxic krait still have pronounced ribcage, but no [[http://i.imgur.com/H6xsjDe.jpg boobs]])

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** Played straight, however, by [[http://www.zbrushcentral.com/showthread.php?975570&p=975570&viewfull=1#post975570 Krait]].
***
Krait]]. Explained with Krait being a race with heavy active Metamorphosis and malleable genetic structure, easily adapting to environments; in the end, both male and female krait can come with and without mammaries (e.g. most toxic krait still have pronounced ribcage, but no [[http://i.imgur.com/H6xsjDe.jpg boobs]])



** OurOgresAreHungrier: While they're physically fairly standard, ''culturally'' they defy the cliché in several ways. They aren't particularly stupid (ogre intelligence seems to be roughly the same as that of humans), they aren't particularly given to eating other sapients and their main cultural Hat is TheBeastmaster: Ogres are Tyria's undisputed masters of animal taming, keeping large, dangerous creatures for labor or combat, or simply for companionship.

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** OurOgresAreHungrier: While they're physically fairly standard, ''culturally'' they defy the cliché in several ways. They aren't particularly stupid (ogre intelligence seems to be roughly the same as that of humans), they aren't particularly given to eating other sapients and their main cultural Hat is TheBeastmaster: Ogres are Tyria's undisputed masters of animal taming, keeping large, dangerous creatures (which even rangers can't tame) for labor or combat, or simply for companionship.



* PermanentlyMissableContent:
** Invoked pretty harshly with the Living Story content. Didn't get a chance to finish those achievements? Busy during the weekend where that new group instance was available? Couldn't invest enough time to grind for that unique equipment? Only just now joining the game? Too bad, because now those dozens of hours of content are gone.
*** Subverted in Season 2. Story updates from before July 1, 2014 are still lost, but the story portion has moved to an episodic format that can be replayed. However, it is only free to users who log in during the 2 week release window. Want to play it after that? 200 gems per chapter. Special event content, such as for Hallowe'en or [[YouMeanXMas Wintersday]], will only be available during that season.
** There's also a lot of "limited time only" items available in the gem store on a regular basis. Fortunately they're usually cosmetic, although those unlimited-use gathering tools can be pretty handy. A few of these have cycled back around into the shop.

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* PermanentlyMissableContent:
PermanentlyMissableContent
** Invoked pretty harshly with the Living Story content. Didn't get a chance to finish those achievements? Busy during the weekend where that new group instance was available? Couldn't invest enough time to grind for that unique equipment? Only just now joining the game? Too bad, because now those dozens of hours of content are gone.
*** Subverted in
"Living World Season 2. Story updates from before July 1, 2014 are still lost, but the story portion has moved to an episodic format that can be replayed. However, it is 1" was only free to users who log in during the 2 week release window. Want to play it after that? 200 gems per chapter. Special event content, such as for Hallowe'en or [[YouMeanXMas Wintersday]], will only be available during that season.
for about a month before being removed from the world, never to be seen again. This was especially bad as new content was being provided every 2 weeks. Starting from Season 2, new content was made permanent, with new players being able to buy it for gems. Unfortunately, due to the nature of Season 1, there is no practical way to add any of this content back into the game.
** There's There are also a lot of "limited time only" items available in the gem store on a regular basis. Fortunately they're usually cosmetic, Fortunately, these are mostly cosmetic skins, although those unlimited-use gathering tools can be pretty handy. A few of these have cycled back around into the shop.



** While an infinite number of random events is impossible and will thus run on a loop, starting these events may be very long (ie. finding a book in a wizard's tower, weather occurring over a certain landmark) or relatively short (ie. bandit raids on a nearby farm).
** Additionally, and even more fittingly, the game has now implemented the 'Living Story' system, in which every few months, special one time events are ran that tell a continuous story and may sometimes have lasting after effects on the game world, such as changed landscapes, or new [=NPCs=].
** In a step backwards, [=ArenaNet=] has taken a step backwards and said that every map is now effectively locked into the time zone in which it was created. So while it may seem like the charr-human peace treaty is taking a while, it's merely timelocked. This was done to allow major characters to appear in open-world maps, such as Laranthir appearing in Verdant Brink

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** While an infinite number of random events is impossible and will thus run on a loop, starting these events may be very long (ie. (eg. finding a book in a wizard's tower, weather occurring over bringing a specific dropped item to a certain landmark) location) or relatively short (ie. bandit raids on a nearby farm).
** Additionally, and even more fittingly, the game has now implemented the 'Living Story' system, in which every few months, special one time events are ran that tell a continuous continues the story of the game and may sometimes have lasting after effects on the game world, such as changed landscapes, or new [=NPCs=].
** In a step backwards, [=ArenaNet=] has taken a step backwards and said that every map is now effectively locked into the time zone in which it was created. So while it may seem like the charr-human peace treaty is taking a while, it's merely timelocked. time-locked. This was done to allow major characters to appear in open-world maps, such as Laranthir appearing in Verdant BrinkBrink.



* PillarOfLight: A sword-shaped one hovers over Ascalon City, created by the Foefire.
* {{Pirate}}: There's the zombie pirates controlled by Zhaitan, and the de facto ruler of Lion's Arch is a norn ex-pirate. Not to mention the multitudinous bands of pirates and buccaneers infesting the areas east and south of Lion's Arch.

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* PillarOfLight: A PillarOfLight:
**A
sword-shaped one hovers over Ascalon City, created by the Foefire.
**One was emitted when the dragon egg was placed in Tarir.
* {{Pirate}}: There's {{Pirate}}:
**There's
the zombie pirates controlled by Zhaitan, and the de facto ruler of Lion's Arch is a norn ex-pirate. Not to mention the multitudinous bands of pirates and buccaneers infesting the areas east and south of Lion's Arch.



* PistolWhipping: Depending on what other weapon you wield alongside your pistol, you can do this.
* {{Planimal}}: Fern hounds, which are basically plant dogs, originate from the Pale Tree as well, although they are born as pups. Some of the Mordrem also count, such as the terragriffs (plant-based griffons).
* PlantHair: The Sylvari, being plant people, can have leaves grow in a style as if hair. Other hair options include bark, twigs, thorns or a mushroom cap in a hair style.

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* PistolWhipping: Depending on what other weapon you wield alongside your pistol, you can do this.
this as a thief.
* {{Planimal}}: Fern hounds, which are basically plant dogs, originate from the Pale Tree as well, although they are born as pups. Some Most of the Mordrem also count, such as the terragriffs (plant-based griffons).
* PlantHair: The Sylvari, being plant people, can have leaves grow in a style as if hair. Other hair options include bark, twigs, thorns or a mushroom cap in as a hair style.



** Some of the end bosses in Living World chapters are this. For instance, slaying the Shadow of the Dragon in Episode 8 requires forming a circle of flames before the boss can even be attacked.

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** Some Most of the end bosses in Living World chapters are this. For instance, slaying the Shadow of the Dragon in Episode 8 requires forming a circle of flames before the boss can even be attacked.



** The Separatists, self-styled freedom fighters waging a guerrilla war against the charr to liberate Ascalon more than two centuries after it became a lost cause. They're also rebelling against human authority for making a truce with the charr to begin with, and aren't above assassinating people on the streets of Ebon Hawke. Charr have their own version of this, the Renegades.

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** The Separatists, self-styled freedom fighters waging a guerrilla war against the charr to liberate Ascalon more than two centuries after it became a lost cause. They're also rebelling against human authority for making a truce with the charr to begin with, and aren't above assassinating people on the streets of Ebon Hawke.Ebonhawke. Charr have their own version of this, the Renegades.



** Minister Caudecus' guards and Bandits [[spoiler:who all seem to have secretly been White Mantle members]] and the Separatists to Humans.

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** Minister Caudecus' Caudecus's guards and Bandits [[spoiler:who all seem to have secretly been White Mantle members]] and the Separatists to Humans.



* RuleThirtyFour : [[http://www.cdaction.pl/news-20880-4/guild-wars-2---wywiad-z-martinem-kersteinem-i-erikiem-flannumem.html This interview]], published shortly before sylvari week, opens by asking whether or not the sylvari can have sex. [[spoiler:Apparently, they can, leading to this trope to apply.]]

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* RuleThirtyFour : [[http://www.cdaction.pl/news-20880-4/guild-wars-2---wywiad-z-martinem-kersteinem-i-erikiem-flannumem.html This interview]], published shortly before sylvari week, opens by asking whether or not the sylvari can have sex. [[spoiler:Apparently, they can, leading to this trope to apply.]]



* SkillGate: In most areas of the world there is a maximum level cap, and players too high above the local fauna will be brought back to the same level. Sometimes, though, players are reduced to a level ''lower'' than the monsters in the area, making it impossible to brute-force things.

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* SkillGate: In most areas of the world core world, there is a maximum level cap, and players too high above the local fauna will be brought back to the same level. Sometimes, though, players are reduced to a level ''lower'' than the monsters in the area, making it impossible to brute-force things.



* SpoonyBard: The eighth profession was revealed to be Minstrel at first...
** [[spoiler:But the reveal was actually an 'illusion' and attempting to click the link broke the illusion and revealed the eighth profession to be none other than the [[IKnewIt Mesmer]].]]

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* SpoonyBard: The eighth profession was revealed to be Minstrel at first...
** [[spoiler:But
first... But the reveal was actually an 'illusion' and attempting to click the link broke the illusion and revealed the eighth profession to be none other than the [[IKnewIt Mesmer]].]]



** TwoKeyedLock: Langmar Estate provides a room with six sets of two-keyed locks. One identifies a paintings expression and his partner imitates it.

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** TwoKeyedLock: Langmar Estate provides a room with six sets of two-keyed locks. One identifies a paintings painting's expression and his partner imitates it.



** SimonSaysMiniGame: When the [[LargeHam King Thorn]] appears at Halloween, he plays ''Your Mad King Says'' with {{Slash Command}]s. If you don't follow the order, or follow the order when he doesn't use this specific phrase, you die.

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***A current event quest involved getting an enchantment placed upon the player, then needing to find 5 beacons scattered around the map. Using a special skill showed in which direction the beacons lay, and roughly how far away.
** SimonSaysMiniGame: When the [[LargeHam King Thorn]] appears at Halloween, he plays ''Your Mad King Says'' with {{Slash Command}]s. If you don't follow the order, or follow the order when he doesn't use this specific phrase, you die.



* TakeYourTime: Regardless of how urgent matters may seem in your personal story, you're still free to gallivant around the world doing your own thing. The instance holding your next quest will patiently wait. This was especially noticeable from some personal story missions having a level recommendation of up to three levels in difference from the one you just leveled up to do.

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* TakeYourTime: Regardless of how urgent matters may seem in your personal story, you're still free to gallivant around the world doing your own thing. The instance holding your next quest will patiently wait. This was especially noticeable from some personal story missions having a level recommendation of up to three levels in difference from the one you just leveled up to do. This has been slightly modified so that characters unlock each story chapter every ten levels (leading to a bit of a SequenceBreak when Ascalon Catacombs unlocks before Destiny's Edge reunite in Lion's Arch), but you can take your time between each story instance.



** In the expansion, [[spoiler: Blighted Canach. At certain points in the fight, regular Canach will tell you to stand in his reflective bubble to reflect the boss's damaging grenades back at him, breaking his defiance bar and making him vulnerable again. Eventually he loses the will to fight and tells you to do it yourself, letting you pick up his shield and play a literal game of tennis with the grenades. Or you could just break his defiance bar yourself.]]

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** In the expansion, [[spoiler: Blighted [[spoiler:Blighted Canach. At certain points in the fight, regular Canach will tell you to stand in his reflective bubble to reflect the boss's damaging grenades back at him, breaking his defiance bar and making him vulnerable again. Eventually he loses the will to fight and tells you to do it yourself, letting you pick up his shield and play a literal game of tennis with the grenades. Or you could just break his defiance bar yourself.]]



* TooFunnyToBeEvil: Lich Form, a necromancers short term transformation that unlocks the full powers of damnation gained in trade for the countless lost souls (and their own as Palawa Joko mentions), it does the... [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jKlxjbhB9HE Carlton dance]]...

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* TooFunnyToBeEvil: Lich Form, a necromancers necromancer's short term transformation that unlocks the full powers of damnation gained in trade for the countless lost souls (and their own as Palawa Joko mentions), it does the... [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jKlxjbhB9HE Carlton dance]]...



-->'''Sylvari:''' What is evil, anyway? Isn't it just a different view of the same thing?
-->'''Norn:''' Spend some time in the Mist War, and you'll get it. Evil is the enemy. It will destroy us, so we must destroy it first.
-->'''Sylvari:''' I see so many go through that portal who never come out again.
-->'''Norn:''' That's evil's work. You recognize it by how it kills; without purpose, need, or gratitude.

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-->'''Sylvari:''' What is evil, anyway? Isn't it just a different view of the same thing?
-->'''Norn:'''
thing?\\
'''Norn:'''
Spend some time in the Mist War, and you'll get it. Evil is the enemy. It will destroy us, so we must destroy it first.
-->'''Sylvari:'''
first.\\
'''Sylvari:'''
I see so many go through that portal who never come out again.
-->'''Norn:'''
again.\\
'''Norn:'''
That's evil's work. You recognize it by how it kills; without purpose, need, or gratitude.


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** With the addition of guild halls, players can be instantly transported there at any point they are not dead. One of the guild hall upgrades is creating a teleporter that opens a portal to other areas of Tyria quickly, mostly revolving around Guild Quests although there is a teleporter to Lion's Arch.
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Since January 2013, the developers have released regular "Living Story" updates. These updates provide episodic story chapters that last roughly a month before being LostForever. Since these updates are all building towards a bigger story, for people who want to catch up, a summary of the story so far can be found [[http://wiki.guildwars2.com/wiki/Living_World_Summary on the game's official wiki]], and some kind Youtubers have [[http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLWlcIGXrHRQxugVaQPiGh4tvUSeCcRuQA thoroughly recorded all of the story update content.]] As of July 2014, the Living World has become more episodic, with a storyline unlocked for level 80 characters if they log in during the 2 week span and then able to play through the story whenever they want on all characters. Players who do miss this window will be able to buy the chapters for gems.

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Since January 2013, the developers have released regular "Living Story" updates. These updates provide episodic story chapters that last roughly a month before being LostForever.made unavailable. Since these updates are all building towards a bigger story, for people who want to catch up, a summary of the story so far can be found [[http://wiki.guildwars2.com/wiki/Living_World_Summary on the game's official wiki]], and some kind Youtubers have [[http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLWlcIGXrHRQxugVaQPiGh4tvUSeCcRuQA thoroughly recorded all of the story update content.]] As of July 2014, the Living World has become more episodic, with a storyline unlocked for level 80 characters if they log in during the 2 week span and then able to play through the story whenever they want on all characters. Players who do miss this window will be able to buy the chapters for gems.



** This also applies to humanity. Nothing but ruins are left of the human kingdoms of Ascalon and Orr, Elona has been conquered and enslaved by the undead, and Cantha was conquered by a xenophobic, tyrannical empire. There is a non-insignificant portion of the populace that has learned nothing (thankfully, [[TheHighQueen Jennah]] isn't one of them).
* LostForever:
** Invoked pretty harshly with the Living Story content. Didn't get a chance to finish those achievements? Busy during the weekend where that new group instance was available? Couldn't invest enough time to grind for that unique equipment? Only just now joining the game? Too bad, because now those dozens of hours of content are gone.
*** Subverted in Season 2. Story updates from before July 1, 2014 are still lost, but the story portion has moved to an episodic format that can be replayed. However, it is only free to users who log in during the 2 week release window. Want to play it after that? 200 gems per chapter. Special event content, such as for Hallowe'en or [[YouMeanXMas Wintersday]], will only be available during that season.
** There's also a lot of "limited time only" items available in the gem store on a regular basis. Fortunately they're usually cosmetic, although those unlimited-use gathering tools can be pretty handy. A few of these have cycled back around into the shop.

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** This also applies to humanity. Nothing but ruins are left of the human kingdoms of Ascalon and Orr, Elona has been conquered and enslaved by the undead, and Cantha was conquered by a xenophobic, tyrannical empire. There is a non-insignificant portion of the populace that has learned nothing (thankfully, [[TheHighQueen Jennah]] isn't one of them).
* LostForever:
** Invoked pretty harshly with the Living Story content. Didn't get a chance to finish those achievements? Busy during the weekend where that new group instance was available? Couldn't invest enough time to grind for that unique equipment? Only just now joining the game? Too bad, because now those dozens of hours of content are gone.
*** Subverted in Season 2. Story updates from before July 1, 2014 are still lost, but the story portion has moved to an episodic format that can be replayed. However, it is only free to users who log in during the 2 week release window. Want to play it after that? 200 gems per chapter. Special event content, such as for Hallowe'en or [[YouMeanXMas Wintersday]], will only be available during that season.
** There's also a lot of "limited time only" items available in the gem store on a regular basis. Fortunately they're usually cosmetic, although those unlimited-use gathering tools can be pretty handy. A few of these have cycled back around into the shop.
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* PermanentlyMissableContent:
** Invoked pretty harshly with the Living Story content. Didn't get a chance to finish those achievements? Busy during the weekend where that new group instance was available? Couldn't invest enough time to grind for that unique equipment? Only just now joining the game? Too bad, because now those dozens of hours of content are gone.
*** Subverted in Season 2. Story updates from before July 1, 2014 are still lost, but the story portion has moved to an episodic format that can be replayed. However, it is only free to users who log in during the 2 week release window. Want to play it after that? 200 gems per chapter. Special event content, such as for Hallowe'en or [[YouMeanXMas Wintersday]], will only be available during that season.
** There's also a lot of "limited time only" items available in the gem store on a regular basis. Fortunately they're usually cosmetic, although those unlimited-use gathering tools can be pretty handy. A few of these have cycled back around into the shop.
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** And who could forget the female asura?
--> "Glad I didn't name that one..."
2nd Dec '16 4:32:54 AM Rognik
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* LetsYouAndHimFight: Season 3, Episode 3 suggests this idea: [[spoiler:using Jormag to fight Primordus]]. It might not be a direct fight, but their energies fighting each other.
28th Nov '16 6:12:31 PM nombretomado
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* BlackKnight: The Revenants wear black armour and practice a form of necromancy by communicating with ghosts of ancient warriors to gain their strength. That being said, they do not necessarily have to be evil, or even wear black armour, or even wear that much armour at all (Guild Wars 2 has plenty of revealing, ConanTheBarbarian[=/=]RedSonja-esque heavy armour outfits), but their basic archetype is this, as shown by Rytlock Brimstone.

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* BlackKnight: The Revenants wear black armour and practice a form of necromancy by communicating with ghosts of ancient warriors to gain their strength. That being said, they do not necessarily have to be evil, or even wear black armour, or even wear that much armour at all (Guild Wars 2 has plenty of revealing, ConanTheBarbarian[=/=]RedSonja-esque Franchise/ConanTheBarbarian[=/=]RedSonja-esque heavy armour outfits), but their basic archetype is this, as shown by Rytlock Brimstone.



* BottomlessMagazines: Despite their single-shot apperances, rifles and pistols have a high rate of fire. A thief wielding GunsAkimbo can [[MoreDakka practically shoot at full auto]]. AcceptableBreaksFromReality and RuleOfCool apply here.

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* BottomlessMagazines: Despite their single-shot apperances, appearances, rifles and pistols have a high rate of fire. A thief wielding GunsAkimbo can [[MoreDakka practically shoot at full auto]]. AcceptableBreaksFromReality and RuleOfCool apply here.
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