watchwork

Battle-tonics could be so cool

- if we got cultural battle transformation potions, that only work when on a certain race, sorta like the kodan potion just race-locked? Norn could actually transform into bears or snow leopards while fighting… Asura could actually operate golems… Instead of having them be elites D: I guess Sylvari could transform into a more tough-bark version of themselves, humans could get watchwork knight armours, or seraph armours. Charr could get different options based on what legion they prefer, like an outfit tonic, like the ones we saw years ago *w*

Guild Wars Lore: Clockwork Chaos

“What surprises and excitement await you among Queen Jennah’s most esteemed guests at the Crown Pavilion? The Krytan Queen is preparing to address the celebrants and emissaries attending her royal jubilee, but someone else has plans for the Queen’s speech!!”

Hello everyone, and welcome to this week’s lore post! Continuing on from the previous posts covering the Flame and Frost, and Skypirates of Tyria Living World Season 1 updates, this week we cover Clockwork Chaos. Here we see the reveal of a sylvari known all to well around Tyria at this point, Scarlet Briar! Hope you guys enjoy!

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Guild Wars Lore: History of Lion’s Arch

“I say we build a port of our own. We build it, and we defend it against Orr. We make it a free port, not beholden to any nation, open to anyone who sails the sea. We’ll teach others how to fight against the dead ships, using charr weaponry, asuran innovation, and human courage. The port would be open to any and all, so long as they’ll fight against Orr and help to keep the waters clear.” - Cobiah Marriner

Hello everyone! Today’s lore post is on the history of the most popular hub in Guild Wars 2, AND Guild Wars 1, Lion’s Arch! It has played host to many major events in the history of Tyria, and has seen invasion, destruction, but more importantly, rebuilding. 

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