“You do not fear death, you fear something far worse…
you fear outliving the ones you swore to protect…
You fear the day your children no longer feel the chill of the frost… or the warmth of the flame.
It is this fear that is your enemy. Not I.”
So begins the chilling speech of Jormag in the trailer for the new Living World season, as the Elder Dragon yet again has awoke from its slumber, most probably disturbed by the death of Kralkatorrik.
TheValliant’s interesting article on parting ways with Guild Wars 2 for now made me consider my own choices in the past months and years. I will be the first to admit I have taken several breaks from Guild Wars 2, but to be honest I actually feel the developer themselves legitimised it in past years more or less stating the casual nature meant you were free to play as you wanted, when you wanted.
My friends tell me that I haven¡¯t logged in for 3 weeks, give or take. I remember full well when that was, because I remember the last thing I did: one final climb up the Mad King¡¯s Tower. The day Halloween left Tyria, I felt unmotivated to visit it again. Does this suggest I stopped loving GW2 maybe?
As was wrapping up my next article, I got hit by a brilliant idea: I would write a teaser article, like an appetiser for it. So now this will be my next article and the next one will be the one after that. Or something.
Let¡¯s start with a statement we can all agree with: our Home instance is poor.
Following up from my previous article, The Cats of Tyria, I am going to guide you through a long but hopefully fun journey on this one. Much like a safari, only our aim is to capture our prey alive – better even, politely persuade it to follow us home ^^
Shamelessly enough, I started out to write the definitive Guide to the Hungry Cats Scavenger Hunt.