WvW is Still Not Fixed

I’ve played WvW casually on/off in the past, enough to get to rank 196 before the update. I never invested my time there because it was barely fun, your only options to roam aimlessly on your own or with a zerg. The update peeked my interest, as there hasn’t been one in an extremely, extremely … Continue reading WvW is Still Not Fixed

Asura News Krewe Radio – Episode 2

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NETydEc7Vpw We will no be discussing the contents of the recent expansion leaks in this podcast, we thought it best to do in a separate recording ,so people won't get spoiled. Just to play it safe, it will not be shared on the website, our Twitter or Tumblr. If you are interested in hearing out … Continue reading Asura News Krewe Radio – Episode 2

Elder Dragons; History: Prior to 1325 AE

Despite the current rise of the Elder Dragons and the knowledge we have gained, little is about them. It is unknown how long they have been on Tyria; the oldest information that has been recovered is well over ten thousand years old, from the previous rising. Few races survived that period in history, most either … Continue reading Elder Dragons; History: Prior to 1325 AE

Making Gold Doing Wintersday Content

General: There are multiple ways to earn gold during Wintersday, the most consistent selling unopened gifts and selling the content of account bound gifts. The reason to sell unopened gifts is because of the chance of receiving a lower payout,  but there is the chance at a higher one, though it does generally averages out. … Continue reading Making Gold Doing Wintersday Content

A Case for Zergs: How They Make WvW Better and Why ArenaNet Wants to Phase Them Out

Zerging is a heated topic amoungst avid World vs Worlders, ranging from favoring to down right hating the practice. For those who aren’t familiar with what a zerg is, it is a group of at least 10 players, though there is no defined minimum; sometimes reaching upwards of 30+ individuals. The term derives from the … Continue reading A Case for Zergs: How They Make WvW Better and Why ArenaNet Wants to Phase Them Out

The Dream isn’t Real. The Wyld Hunt is a Lie.

It is now quite clear what I suspected about the sylvari to be true, with gathered knowledge from the jungle dragon and its minions, their whole point of being is a lie. Sylvari first appeared on Tyria in 1302 AE; there were only 12 at first, called the Firstborn by the second batch to emerge … Continue reading The Dream isn’t Real. The Wyld Hunt is a Lie.

A Look Into Tyria: Rata Pten

Northwest of Mt. Maelstrom, lies the ancient asura city of Rata Pten, built into the walls of Criterion Canyon. Little remains, only the husk of what was once a bustling city is left standing. Now, there are only spiders and remnants of the asura that once lived here. The Durmand Priory are currently excavating the ruins for relics … Continue reading A Look Into Tyria: Rata Pten

The Chak: What are They and are They Related to the Karka?

As a zoologist I, Meltak - Head of the ANKR, have performed observations on various species throughout Tyria, including the karka. Now, I set my sights on a new, equally petrifying creature. The chak are a crab like species located deep in the Maguuma Jungle, with several variations in characteristics and combat capabilities. Some have … Continue reading The Chak: What are They and are They Related to the Karka?