Posts tagged gw reporter
Chris and Celeste grind their way through the Queen’s Jubilee, taking the opportunity to talk about the community’s reaction to the update, the announcement of The Queen’s Speech, and more!
Chris podcasts normally while Celeste can’t seem to keep the show straight or talk in a normal way. We talk about Arenanet’s plans for expansion, new release cadences, living story, Bazaar of the Four Winds, and goats–I mean, achievements.
For your enjoyement, I present the Guild Wars Reporter first annual Highlights and Bloopers episodes. Short but awesome.
Chris and Celeste try to figure out where on the line of sanity they sit this week. We’re barrelling through the news about Engineer’s tool belts, pets, and combos. We also have a great listener letter and a very scary story. We also discuss the viability of insulting an entire continent while still being in the single digits of episode numbers.
This week we’re all over the place mentally but we try our hardest to focus on the wealth of information coming in through interviews with Jeff Grubb. Mostly we get sidetracked, a lot, it made for a very entertaining show. Check out the Guild Wars Reporter twitter or the MMO Reporter twitter for updates. For now, here is the RSS for those of you who want to add it now. More >
This week we talk Guild news from PAX, whether Hall of Monuments grinding is worth it, and share some quick tips to get back into Guild Wars. Check out the Guild Wars Reporter twitter or the MMO Reporter twitter for updates. For now, here is the RSS for those of you who want to add it now.
This week has heralded in the revision of the sylvari race and with it a new way to look at the world of Tyria. We knew that the sylvari shared a different perspective than the existing races but who knew it would be so completely foreign. A few words on sylvari origin before we jump in fully:
“The tree that grew of the strange seed came up tall and proud, and beneath its boughs, man and centaur lived at peace. Ronan passed on in time, and aged Ventari passed as well. But before leaving this life, the centaur carved his lessons on a marble tablet and set it among the roots of the Pale Tree. Then he too passed on, the eldest and wisest of the centaurs” More >
After spending the whole morning refreshing the blog page every 30 minutes or so, I was waiting for the first post of sylvari week. I anticipated a visually engaging model that could easily polarize the player base even further; instead I was overcome with amazement at how perfectly they married the concepts that the sylvari is based on. All I can think is “Wow, it’s possibly the most unique race created for an MMORPG and I must play it.” More >