Chauncey von Snuffles III is a mini-pet you can purchase in Guild Wars 2 for 75 Laurels. Considering Laurels haven't been out long enough for anyone to acquire 75 Laurels, I got the opportunity to buy him during yesterdays press preview.
If you haven't already seen (where have you been?) the patch notes for Guild Wars 2's latest updates are online. Alongside the update notes are also some additional entries right at the bottom of the thread.
Spirit Watch is the latest addition to the Guild Wars 2 structured PvP roster. If it’s one thing that is evident from the moment you start, is its verticality which is much greater than that of Temple of the Silent Storm. Second only to this is the fact that Spirit Watch is absolutely stunning to look at.
Guild Missions are designed to provide content that compliments existing PvE gameplay. In many ways Guild Missions provide a clear framework for guilds to undertake fun activities as a group, as opposed to requiring Officers or Guild Leaders to think of spontaneous activities for their guild to participate in.
A quick blog post by ArenaNet has detailed what are sure to be some huge changes to the sPvP landscape come tomorrow's patch. With the introduction of tiered matchmaking, ArenaNet has seen fit to remove the ticket system from the game completely and make all tournaments free.
In this Cursed Shore Karma farming guide, we highlight the optimal route you should take when circling Cursed Shore and if you follow the principals we laid down in our Fastest Way to Farm Karma guide, this method should see you earn a significant amount of Karma in a very short period of time.
This week Bungie has let loose some details regarding their upcoming MMOFPS Destiny. As a long time Halo player I of course was interested in the news and watched it all closely. What I found was Bungie highlighting some features ArenaNet had mentioned before launch. Ideas I just can’t get out of my mind