Weaver Summary



  • Aquatic Stance [H]: Stance. Striking a foe causes water to erupt from them, healing your nearby allies.
  • Stone Resonance [U]: Stance. Enter an earthen stance, gaining barrier periodically over the course of the stance.
  • Primordial Stance [U]: Stance. Channel the prime elements at their core, dealing damage based on your current attunements. Fully attuning deals the same condition twice.
  • Twist of Fate [U]: Stance. Break Stun, then spin and briefly evade attacks.
  • Unravel [U]: Stance. For a period of time, you forego your weaver training, choosing to fully attune to elements instead.
  • Weave Self [E]: Stance. Temporarily reduce the recharge time of attunements while gaining bonuses for attuning to new elements. Successfully attuning to all elements ends this stance and grants Perfect Weave.



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  • Superior Elements: Dual Attack skills weaken enemies. Deal increased damage to weakened foes.
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  • Master’s Fortitude: Gain increased vitality when wielding a sword. Gain bonus vitality based on a portion of your power and condition damage.


  • Weaver’s Prowess: Gain increased condition damage and duration for a period of time after attuning to a different element.
  • Swift Revenge: Gain swiftness when using a Dual Attack. Deal extra damage to enemies while under the effects of swiftness or superspeed.
  • Bolstered Elements: Gain stability when activating a Stance. Activate Lesser Stone Resonance when struck while below the health threshold.


  • Elements of Rage: Gain a damage bonus for a period of time when attuned to a single element. Gain ferocity based on a percentage of your power.
  • Unravel Hexes: Lose conditions at a rapid rate while under the effects of superspeed. Gain superspeed when you are inflicted with inhibiting conditions.
  • Invigorating Strikes: Gain vigor when using a Dual Attack. Dodge rolling grants a barrier.

Editor’s Note: As ele has multiple attunements, that means the sword has a ton of skills, along with skill 3 combinations for all existing weapons for ele, I don’t want to write all that down, I’m lazy. There’ll be a link to the source I used at the bottom, which might contain additional information.

There is also missing info, I’ll do my best to fill it in eventually.

Source: https://wiki.guildwars2.com/wiki/Weaver

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