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Advertisement:propertag.cmd.push(function() { proper_display('tvtropes_mobile_ad_1'); })Guild Wars is a video game produced by ArenaNet, a splinter group formed off of Blizzard Entertainment, and published by the Korean MMO giant NC Soft. It has been both lauded and criticized for its notable and unique business plan, which is quite simple: It's an MMO that requires no monthly fee. Part of the reason is due to instancing, and part due to design. Anet has said (to paraphrase) that it's not aiming to be a World of Warcraft killer, but that it's happy being its own niche. Indeed, Guild Wars was largely an experiment to see if this business model could even succeed in the first place, which it undeniably has.The game, instead of one core game and several expansions, features three stand-alone "campaigns" which have independent, if interlinked, plots and differing mechanics. The three can be linked, allowing one character to play all three stories. A fourth release acts as an expansion that can link to any of the main campaigns and is notable for providing primarily end-game content. The original campaign, subtitled Prophecies after the second campaign launched, contains 6 player classes (termed "professions", Warrior, Ranger, Monk, Elementalist, Mesmer, Necromancer) and each character chooses a permanent primary profession and a changeable secondary (the order matters). The two additional campaigns, Factions and Nightfall, each feature two additional professions unique to their continents (which are East Asian (mainly) and North African/Middle Eastern themed, respectively). Additional story elements were introduced in the free Guild Wars Beyond update patches, including the War in Kryta and Winds of Change. The intent of these releases was to create a bridge between the original campaigns and the sequel.Advertisement:propertag.cmd.push(function() { proper_display('tvtropes_mobile_ad_2'); })The game, instead of a roving world with several human-controlled factions duking it out, instead plays like a console RPG: A storyline-based affair that has a definite ending; thus, it can be beaten. It can be played solo (with AI-based henchmen and heroes), or in groups, and features its titular "Guilds" as organized player groups.Also notable is that it tries to balance both casual and hard-core play, and has both PvE ("Player versus Environment", the "single-player" portion of the game) and PvP, with specific arenas, tournaments, and guild versus guild battles for the latter. The game is virtually devoid of Level Grinding, due to a low level cap of 20, and instead focuses on what skills, abilities, and strategies one brings to the field of battle, instead how much time one has spent playing the game.Advertisement:propertag.cmd.push(function() { proper_display('tvtropes_mobile_ad_3'); })Stylistically, it's very hard on physical realism, and exploring the world of Tyria for the sheer level of detail put into its architecture is rather breathtaking. As a sort of hybrid between the typical "Persistent World" MMO and a CORPG, the game dips its ice cream scoop of writing into both buckets.A sequel, Guild Wars 2, was released in August 2012. Provided the player has merged accounts from the two games and has the expansion Eye of the North, some achievements that are accomplished in Guild Wars unlock bonuses in Guild Wars 2 through the Hall of Monuments.The game has a character sheet.
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Scam Religion: The White Mantle. While they seem to be good at first you find out they practice Human Sacrifice and eventually you gain the ability to see their invisible "gods" who turn out to be Humanoid Abominations called the mursaat
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Counterspell: The Mesmer profession has a number of "interrupt" spells that only work on spells and chants, which are given this kind of flavour (as opposed to the interrupt skills available to physical attacker professions, which can usually interrupt actions of all sorts and are given a flavour of hitting you so hard you stop what you're doing).
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Katanas Are Just Better
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Katanas Are Just Better: Averted. In Cantha, katanas are no better or worse than any other sort of sword. However, a piece of endgame weaponry for the Assassin in Factions, Shiro's Blades are katanas. They're very good weapons (though inferior to regular modded daggers), and unique, as Assassins usually use daggers, not swords.
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Ms. Fanservice
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Ms Fan Service: Livia, Jora and Xandra. If the engine allowed it, you would definitely be expecting lots of jiggle from those three. Instead, you have to make do with lots of heaving bosom, especially from Livia, during the cutscenes. Elementalist females dancing DO appear to jiggle, however, so by default Cynn does when she dances... Acolyte Jin has a rather noticable jiggle every time she fires her bow. Female elementalists in general always wore more-revealing armour than females of other light classes like necromancers and mesmers (and wore the smallest and frilliest underwear too) but it was taken Up to Eleven in Nightfall when the Sunspear/Elite Sunspear Sets were released, which are actual Belly Dancer outfits to match their /dance emote.
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Boom Stick: Staves and wands can help empower spellcasting, but their primary attack is just to shoot magic blasts. Like other weapons, wielders don't need any particular attributes to use one, but it's much more effective if they do.
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Power Creep, Power Seep
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Power Creep, Power Seep: ArenaNet semi-constantly updates the power, recharge, and costs of skills to balance things. Naturally, this makes some strategies obsolete, and allows for new ones. Generally, there is more creep than seep, as some skills which were decent when Prophecies came out are simply terrible by now.
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Warp Whistle
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Warp Whistle: map travel
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Cutscene: In-game cutscenes, with party leader speaking dialogue. Skippable, so long as everyone in the party wants to skip. It is advised that they are watched as they are very entertaining in MST 3000 spirit. Not to mention being rather important for conveying the story to the players. This troper particularly liked the subtitles if the language was set to Bork! Bork! , making cutscenes he had seen dozens of times enjoyable again.
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20 Bear Asses: Generally avoided for quests, but there are a few such quests, and even then about half of the time the required item will drop from every enemy of the proper type. The other half are among the most annoying quests in the game. It's the NPC collectors who will give useful items for the proper number (usually five, but it can vary from 1 to 250) of an item.
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But by the time of Guild Wars 2 he has returned to being a true villain, conquering all of Elona by diverting their main water supply, the Elon River, northwards into the Crystal Desert. Possibly driven by the player's actions in a Halloween mission.
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Religion of Evil: The followers of Abaddon, Dhuum and Menzies. And don't forget the White Mantle.
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Dressing as the Enemy: Done twice in Nightfall, first to bust up a bad guy negotiation and then (depending on which exclusive mission you took) to rescue your commanding officer. Also used when the players have to stop the Jade Brotherhood from setting a crazed golem into the streets. Your party is listed under a 'disguise' that affects all but non-human characters, leading to some pretty funny dialogue (borrowed from Star Wars) when they try putting shackles on the bad-tempered centaur. Interestingly, there is no similar dialogue when bringing in other non-human heroes along. This is because all the other non-human henchmen a) Were introduced AFTER Nightfall came out and b) Would not exactly fit with the joke. There are also obtainable tonics that can turn you into imps, golems, NPCs of different races... One of the costumes purchasable in the in-game store allows player characters to wear White Mantle uniforms in both outposts and explorable areas.
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World of Badass: Many of the main characters are quite capable of major ass-kicking.
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Puzzle Reset: Thanks to zoning.
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Garden Garment: The Sylvari.
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Mr. Fanservice: Somehow, Mhenlo, the pleasant, upstanding, and good-hearted monk. Even he doesn't seem to understand why he's so pimptastic. This really gets on Cynn's nerves in Factions, where everywhere Mhenlo goes he seems to run into another attractive young woman he knew way back when he was studying under Master Togo in the old days.
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Those Two Guys
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Those Two Guys: Goren and Norgu.
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Bag of Sharing: Every city, town, and mission outpost in the game has a Xunlai Storage chest which any character on your account can access for a one-time, 50gp fee to the nearby Xunlai Agent. For 50gp more that character can also access the shared crafting materials storage space in the chest.
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Team Switzerland: For the most part in the storyline, this is the role of Vabbi. After the princes of Vabbi are rallied, this role is taken by Palawa Joko's undead army who acts as their own faction and only really teams up with the player and the Sunspears because Varesh is occupying his former kingdom.
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Boss Battle: Ranging from mixed-in with normal enemies to entire missions built on taking one down. Since bosses are the sole source of elite skills, many players will organize expeditions with the sole object of hunting down and killing bosses and "capturing" their elite skills (capturing all the available elite skills in a given campaign will give you one of the Bragging Rights Reward titles).
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Stripperiffic: Female Elementalists wear midriff-baring, impractically sexy outfits. Also subverted in that every class has at least one modest armor (except Paragons, all of their female armour and most of their male armour looks like skimpy cheerleader outfits, where there's even a male armor with ''molded nipples (which are dyable parts!) on the chest piece''.) Lampshaded by Mad King Thorn: "How are a paragon and a drunk alike? Both like to shout at strangers and run around without any pants." Some players take the view that certain female Mesmer outfits, with their short skirts and thigh-length boots, are also examples of this trope. The "Elite Enchanter" female mesmer outfit, for example, looks much more like something one would wear in the bedroom than on the battlefield. The female version of the Krytan set has an open jacket over a sheer top, the jacket seems to stay in place with magic. Female Assassins are known for wearing half the clothing as the male assassins. However, that depends on the campaign - the Nightfall armour for them seems pretty useful. Arguably justifiable to some extent; Nightfall takes place in an African-like continent, meaning it gets pretty hot. However, that doesn't explain why female elementalists never freeze to death when they go up to the north.... The interaction of textures, polygons and shadows on female necromancers' Krytan armor sometimes make it look like there's a Wardrobe Malfunction. Lonai must be wearing flesh-tone tights. Either that or she's got Barbie Doll Anatomy. Monks have some armour sets consisting of underwear and tattoos, while necromancers have sets consisting of underwear and tattoos or scars. Ranger Elite Druid armor. Essentially a bra and a loincloth.
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Obstructive Bureaucrat
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Obstructive Bureaucrat: Cantha's Celestial Ministry. These are people who will deliver mirrors to the hungry, sick, and homeless Canthans, and who will dismiss you to talk to their superiors, who are standing five feet away. The most telling is a mission involving them named "Red Tape". The bureaucracy has gotten so bad, in fact, that many Canthans now prefer to appeal directly to the emperor to answer their needs.
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Paused Interrupt
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Paused Interrupt: But only in textual dialog.
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Not the Intended Use
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Not the Intended Use: Charge and similar abilities are more often used to get places faster than to actually, you know, charge. One of the first successful, and most popular farming builds was based around a skill which reduced all damage above 10% of your maximum hitpoints to that same 10%, meant to protect from powerful spiking skills. With enough items that reduced you health, and sufficient regeneration, you would get an invincible character taking only 5 damage per hit and regenerating 16-20 hit points per second.
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Church Militant
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Church Militant: The White Mantle (on the side of evil) and the Zaishen Order (on the side of good).
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Ride the Lightning
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Ride the Lightning: The spell of that name is both an example of this trope and Shock and Awe.
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Crapsack World
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Crapsack World: In the Tyrian continent of the first campaign, Ascalon is burnt to a crisp wasteland, the Dwarf Kingdom is in being destroyed from within by civil war with the Always Chaotic Evil Stone Summit, Kryta is taken over by the White Mantle who use human sacrifice and worship the Mursaat , and the Kingdom of Orr was completely obliterated off-camera by Grand Vizier Khiliborn (otherwise known as the Lich Lord). Cantha (outside of Kaineng City, at least) and Elona tone this back to more reasonable levels actually. A similar kind of Scenery Porn as in the ruins of Ascalon from the first Guild Wars is the Dragonbrand region in Guild Wars 2, corrupted because one of the Elder Dragons flew over it. Now those guys are badass.
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Chekhov's Gun
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Chekhov's Gun: The Tapestry Shred you can get from Gwen in Pre-Searing Ascalon. Chekhov's Gunman: Gwen herself.
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Ribcage Ridge
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Ribcage Ridge: The Crystal Desert, home to many epic and long-forgotten things. The Desolation as well (which is basically a nastier southern continuation of the Crystal Desert)
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Ascended Fanboy
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Ascended Fanboy: Several members of high ranked Guilds got their own NPC, some others got references in dialogue, etc.
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Exclusive Enemy Equipment
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Exclusive Enemy Equipment: Certain bosses drop their gear as "unique" green items. Slightly subverted in that many players prefer "gold" (rare) items to the green items, even though the latter generally have perfect statistics or bonuses. For example, the "gold" Bone Dragon Staff, which drops from the reward chest at the end of the Shards of Orr dungeon in Eye of the North, is a consistently high-demand, exceptionally high-value item, even when the item's statistics are comparatively poor. Conversely, many "green" items are easily farmed and thus are not especially valuable. The reason for this is that Green items have fixed stats, while Gold ones can have weapon upgrades added to them to get the stats you want on the weapon skin you want.
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Thriving Ghost Town
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Thriving Ghost Town: Doomlore Shrine in Eye of the North seems to be this. It used to be the main hub for players seeking so-called "dungeon runs", but after a skill rebalance in early 2010 "nerfed" one of the key skills used in the most popular Monk "dungeon running" build, many players abandoned the outpost. Since it's still the only outpost in the three Charr explorable regions (Grothmar Wardowns, Dalada Uplands and Sacnoth Valley), it hasn't been completely deserted though. And with the development of builds for running dungeons which don't depend on the "nerfed" skill, Doomlore Shrine is becoming active again. For a real ghost town, try Maguuma Stade in the Tangle Root explorable area in the southern part of the Wilds (to the west of Kryta). The only perceptible reason for such a remote outpost seems to be to give players a place to start from when doing "vanquishes" of the area. As such, it's virtually always deserted except for the occasional player or team on a vanquishing expedition. This is lampshaded in the in-game lore, which comments that Maguuma Stade is the long-deserted, almost totally overgrown ruins of what may have been a gathering place for the jungle's Druids. Another locale in Prophecies which may qualify for the sobriquet is Marhan's Grotto, south of the Thunderhead Keep mission location. Usually, the only players who come there are those intending to vanquish the nearby Ice Floe explorable area or purchase elite armor from the artisan located there. In the Nightfall campaign, Basalt Grotto, on the western edge of the Vehjin Mines explorable area, is always pretty much deserted. Aside from the fact that it borders Joko's Domain in the Desolation and provides a convenient stopping-off point for vanquishers, there's really no reason for it to exist. In the Factions campaign, the "odd man out" outpost is probably Bai Paasu Reach in the northwestern corner of the Maishang Hills explorable region. Again, there's no special reason for anyone to go there and its main reason for being seems to be to provide an additional town for Luxon-aligned guild alliances to "own". Most mission-outpost are now highly underpopulated compared with a few years ago. The introduction of the Zaishen quests, that daily designated a single mission, boss, area and PVP-battle for being worth an extra reward, was done to concentrate the remaining players so that forming a pick-up group becomes much easier. Even that expedient hasn't been a permanent solution to the problem of finding players to fill a group, as the number of active players has continued to decline, so another update was put in place that enables players to fill their entire group (up to 8 slots) with NPC heroes, instead of just 3 as was the previous limit.
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Winged Humanoid
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Winged Humanoid: The Mursaat, who don't actually use them, and just levitate around instead. Paragon spell animations also feature wings heavily, and promotional art of the class typically displays very real and very solid-looking wings. The harpies and at least one variety of Margonite. People who buy Aion, another NC Soft game, get a code to get an item that gives them wings.
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Hot Skitty-on-Wailord Action
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Hot Skitty-on-Wailord Action: There's a quest chain involving an accidental engagement to a Norn and finding a polite way to cancel the engagement. For female characters, the prospective husband mentions that he wants to raise a dozen half-Norn children. Also, as half-giants, the Norn themselves could be the product of this, however a A Wizard Did It is more likely and far less horrific.
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Vendor Trash
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Vendor Trash: Subverted. Most seemingly useless items are either used in Fetch Quests or can be broken down into crafting components. Also, since 2009, many "collector's items" dropped by enemies can be redeemed by the NPC "Nicholas the Traveler", who'll ask for a different item each week and give you one gift per stated number of items, up to five per player account per week. Might be played straight nowadays, though, in the case of many once-rare "gold" weapons. Due to the longevity of the game and the fact that a number of areas boasting once-highly-desirable weapons have been excessively farmed, many once-rare weapon skins are now considered strictly merchant fodder.
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TheGreatPlayerVersusPlayerDebate
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The Great Player Versus Player Debate: PvE and PvP are segregated. Some players and guilds only focus on one or the other, and the strategies for each are vastly different. Guild Wars 2 is similar, limiting PvP to specific areas and events. The addition of Wv W in Guild Wars 2 blends both, however, allowing large scale PvP battles in large open maps dedicated to the gamemode.
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Easter Egg
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Easter Egg: Too many to list!
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Lampshade Hanging
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Further in that quest chain, the dialogue of the player character that leads the party will subvert it to the point of Lampshade Hanging, given the sheer number of mooks every player character has killed by now.
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Sidequest
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Sidequest: In Prophecies, rewards typically include skills, arguably the most valuable reward one can get from a sidequest. In Factions and most of Nightfall, they don't. They do, however, include tokens that can be redeemed at Quartermasters for various items (keys, salvage kits, etc) Nightfall allows you to redeem "hero points" (earned when you attain a new level in reputation) for skills, as does Eye of the North. The skills you can get are quite limited though in both cases. The skills obtainable by expending "hero points" are limited in number, to be sure, but include some of the most useful in the game. For example, the Luxon/Kurzick skill "Summon Spirits" in Factions is indispensable to Ritualists, as it moves the player's spirit minions instantly from one place to another and simultaneously heals them. It's also possible to get some "regular" skills by using "hero points" that you would otherwise have to pay a skill trainer for, which can save you some gold. In Eye of the North, many quests give skills as one of the rewards. One skill awarded for completing an Asura quest, "Pain Inverter", which reflects an enemy's attacks back upon itself, is much-sought-after for various builds. Since a major update in 2009, certain quests and enemy bosses are now designated every day as "Zaishen Missions" and "Zaishen Bounties", which award "Zaishen coins" in copper, silver and gold that can be redeemed for rare items (elite tomes, for example, and large-capacity backpacks which are only available through this avenue). Another major update (spring 2010) added the "War in Kryta" subplot, which provides daily "Shining Blade bounties", similar in concept to the "Zaishen Bounties" (except that this time the player is directed to kill specifically White Mantle bosses), in exchange for "War Supplies" which can be redeemed for so-called "Royal Gifts", which, when opened, give the player scrolls or rare items (some of which, such as certain miniatures, can be obtained only from these gifts).
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Artifact Title
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Artifact Title: The game was originally named Guild Wars due to a heavy focus on Guild versus Guild PvP. The concept changed, the name stayed, explained away as something in the lore. There was no Guild versus Guild PvP at release, in fact.
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Awesome, but Impractical
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Awesome, but Impractical: Meteor Shower, which hits for massive damage and knocks things down 3 times with a gap just long enough for them to stand back up, unfortunately it takes 5 seconds to cast, in PvE most enemies have probably already scattered or died by this point and in PvP you'll be lucky to get 4 seconds through casting before someone decides it's time to interrupt it. It is useful against monk-walls though. Until you use Glyph of Sacrifice note makes your next spell cast instantly but adds 30 seconds to the recharge and Assassin's Promise note instantly recharges all your skills, including itself, upon the death the your target. Also, the Warrior skill Decapitate, which gets an insane damage boost, is always a critical hit, gives the target a deep wound and drains the user's adrenaline and energy completely.
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Pre-Order Bonus
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Pre-Order Bonus: Normally, small things, like unique weapons or "mini-pets."
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Invisible Wall
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Invisible Wall: Mostly averted through good terrain design.
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Shapeshifter Mode Lock
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Shapeshifter Mode Lock: Jora. Most Norns have the ability to transform into gigantic bears; she doesn't. It's because of a curse. Strangely, even after the quest in which the curse is lifted with the player's help, Jora still can't transform into a bear.
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World Building
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World Building: There are three continents with their own history, culture and mythology. And one of those continents is even connected to Tyria. And if you have Prophecies, you can actually walk into Tyria's Crystal Desert through Elona.
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Insufferable Genius
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Insufferable Genius: Vekk (just read some of his quotes), and all of the Asura for that matter. Especially Gadd. Gadd is so insufferable, indeed, that even his son Vekk can't stand him.
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Shrines and Temples
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Shrines and Temples: Mostly in Cantha, but can be found all over Tyria.
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TrailersAlwaysLie
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Trailers Always Lie: The trailer for Prophecies depicted Devona, Cynn and Aidan fighting hordes of undead in what appears to be the Ring of Fire Islands (except for the castle-fortress at the top of a volcano), in the game you mainly fight Mursaat and Titans in that place. Devona is shown to be wielding dual blades while Cynn attacks by hitting with her staff, in the game Devona wields a hammer instead and Cynn, being an elementalist, never engages in physical combat. Moreover, Devona, Aidan, Cynn, Eve and Mhenlo don't become available to the Prophecies player as "henchman" NPC's until perhaps 2/3 of the way into the campaign, after the player has "Ascended" following the Crystal Desert missions.
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Please Dump Me
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Please Dump Me: In Eye of the North, there's a quest chain in which you end up accidentally engaged to a Norn and learning a polite way to get out of it.
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La Résistance
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La Résistance: The Shining Blade in Prophecies.
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Bonus Dungeon
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The black widow spider is the most difficult animal companion to obtain, requiring a lengthy dive into the Underworld, and carried this prestige.
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YouWillBeAssimilated
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You Will Be Assimilated: If you want to unlock Elite skills for your characters and heroes, you have to beat them out of bosses by defeating them and using the Signet of Capture on the corpse.
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Pirate Girl
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Pirate Girl: Magrid the Sly.
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Official Couple
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Official Couple: Mhenlo and Cynn, and Koss and Melonni. It's also hinted that Goren might have a bit of a thing for Deadpan Snarker Margrid the Sly. Considering they created an entire series of events around their romance and subsequent marriage, Gwen and Keiran are the definitive "Official Couple" of Guild Wars.
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Stat Meters
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Stat Meters: Both a Life Meter and a Mana Meter, or "health bar" and "energy bar".
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Ascended Meme
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Ascended Meme: Some players kept a character in Pre-Searing, the tutorial area of the first game (the only place where you can never return to after leaving it), making it Perma-Pre. Some even reached the level cap through the most masochistic and timeconsuming kind of Level Grinding: Have enemies kill you over and over to level them up enough that they are worth XP again for a character close to the level cap, and then kill them. As a reward for these hardcore dedicated players/masochists that need to find a job, Areanet created an achievement for this. Actually fixed in a patch, adding repeatable quests that have enemies of a level close to one's own, allowing players to get the title without "Death Leveling." It still takes a few months effort, since you get only 1 quest per day and the experience gained isn't very high.
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Absurdly Low Level Cap
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Absurdly Low Level Cap: The first game's max level is 20, which is pretty easy to reach. This was even a selling point when the game first game out, as most other MMORPGS had tons of Level Grinding.
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Death Is Cheap
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Death Is Cheap: Monks and other professions carry resurrection spells, the real problem comes from death penalty which reduces your total HP/MP, thankfully there are items that can reduce or eliminate the penalty, not to mention that it is also reduced by gaining XP. In fact, the optional tutorial mission in Nightfall kills you automatically during the mission, to teach you about resurrection shrines and death penalty. If you're a Survivor candidate (trying to get to a certain number of XP without dying), however, death is not at all cheap, because even one death will stop your progress in that title track, forcing you to start gathering the required XP without dying anew. As originally conceived, a single death in the Survivor title track would permanently bar your character from advancing any further on that track, thus forcing you to roll a new character if you wanted to achieve Legendary Survivor (the highest level). Lampshaded by Eve in the area after beating the GW:EN storyline.
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Squishy Wizard
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Squishy Wizard: Played straight with the mesmer. Low armor rating, almost no direct damage dealing capabilities, and a lack of self-heals all combine to form this. Averted with an earth elementalist though. In fact, the armor rating is dependant of the primary profession of the character. "caster" professions get 60, which is considered standard (and are usually called "squishies"), the more front-line oriented have 70, and the Warrior and paragon have 80. Some professions get some additional effects, such as the warrior's +20 vs physical damage, and the dervish's standard +25hp.
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The Smart Guy
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Asura: The Smart Guy, Guild Wars' equivalent of gnomes and goblins
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Kill 'Em All
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Kill 'Em All: Seems to be ArenaNet's default way to end an event. The preview for the game, before Prophecies came out, ended with hundreds of clones of Gwen annihilating everyone in Ascalon City with ridiculously powerful fire magic. Wintersday tends to end with Grenches running around murdering people, while Dwayna revives the fallen, only for them to get Grenched again. To be more specific, that happens during the finale, if you're playing on Grenth's side during the Grenth-versus-Dwayna contest. (This is one reason why it's noted above in the Dark Is Not Evil entry that Grenth can be kind of a dick during the Wintersday celebrations.) Heck, they even do this in player-run events. A sizable crowd of players got together and threw a party/protest in hopes of getting the Mursaat a role in the upcoming Eye of the North game. A-Net's response? They listened...and spawned an army of Mursaat to slaughter all the partiers.
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Boring, but Practical
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Boring, but Practical: Several examples, one of the foremost is Warrior's Endurancenote Gain 3 energy every time you hit with a melee attack. A very simple skill, and not flashy at all, but allows spamming high damage energy-based attacks. Even melee weapons outside the warrior profession can be effectively abused as the skill provides more than enough energy in a very reliable manner, while the attribute it's linked to provides additional armor penetration. This was so effective in PvP that it was quickly changed back to being a stance. For awhile, "Touch Rangers" who would have an almost neverending stream of energy (combined with their stats, as well as a skill) and could easily drain health from people. The build was literally just alternating between Vampiric Bite and Vampiric Blood, occasionally using Blood Sacrifice or some other touch skill like Throw Dirt. Want a good way to get people raging at you in Random Arenas? Play one of those.
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The Man Behind the Man
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The Man Behind the Man: Abaddon, who led Khilbron, Shiro, and Varesh into madness for his own purposes.
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Schizo Tech: The Asurans and their brand of Magitek, justified somewhat by a tendency to discard common sense and logical progression in favor of imagination and inspiration. After all, why bother with combustion-powered vehicles when you can make teleportation gates, or armored tanks when you can make giant robots? The response to the Guild Wars 2 Engineer profession has been mixed because of this. While the steam-punk feel of some skills will match reasonably with the aesthetics of the Charr, not everyone is convinced that modern-style grenades, land mines with blinking red lights, and automated turrets will mesh particularly well with the human or sylvari art style.
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Zip Mode
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Zip Mode: You can travel, at will, instantly to any public area that your character has yet visited, making it unnecessary to trek there more than once.
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Wretched Hive
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Wretched Hive: Kaineng City, even before the plague. Mhenlo comments on this at the beginning of the quest that introduces non-Factions characters to Kaineng. Leaving aside the Afflicted victims of the plague, the various districts of the city are infested with thugs from the Am Fah and Jade Brotherhood criminal gangs.
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Doomed Hometown
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Doomed Hometown: All of Ascalon, after The Searing.
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Expansion Pack
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Expansion Pack: With the exception of Eye of the North, the three main campaigns are stand-alone.
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Pretty in Mink
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Pretty in Mink: The Norn Armor sets are largely trimmed with white, black, or brown fur. See here, and here.
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What Could Have Been
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What Could Have Been: Guild Wars Utopia, a planned fourth campaign with an Aztec theme. Eventually canceled in favor of doing an entire sequel, since Arena Net found themselves so limited by the current game. Instead, they put out Eye of the North, a smaller expansion that presumably reused some of the assets, like the Mesoamerican stuff in the Asuran areas and the Silver Eagle armor.
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Rocks Fall, Everyone Dies
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Rocks Fall, Everyone Dies: The beta test for the original campaign ended with legions of Gwens spawning and wiping out all players with fire spells, even those in protected outposts and cities.
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Wardrobe Malfunction
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The interaction of textures, polygons and shadows on female necromancers' Krytan armor sometimes make it look like there's a Wardrobe Malfunction.
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City Guards
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City Guards: Free-roaming in explorable areas. Somewhat helpful in battle, but tend to get themselves killed if the players are not nearby to help.
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Always Chaotic Evil
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Always Chaotic Evil: The Charr (until they weren't), Titans, Demons and the Destroyers.
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Sealed Evil in a Can
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Sealed Evil in a Can: The Titans and Abaddon, with the Lich Lord and Shiro, Big Bads of the first two campaigns, now sealed with him. Fitting that, come Nightfall, their realms were revealed to be connected. Don't forget Palawa Joko! The six primordial dragons of Guild Wars 2 are either sealed or just hibernating, then get turned loose into the world sometime after the end of Guild Wars. Two of them can be seen now, with one entombed in the wall of the Great Destroyer's cavern and another making up the large ridge between two regions. There is also a sleeping dragon in Drakkar Lake, said to be a lieutenant of Jormag. Even sleeping, its presence was able to corrupt Svanir and turn him into the Nornbear.
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Game Changer
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Game Changer: For the entire MMO genre. While most of its more radical innovations (the absurdly low level cap, ultra-rare gear having stats no better than common gear, the strict segregation of PvP from PvE) never really caught on, back in 2005 most MMOs before Guild Wars ran on a monthly subscription basis. Now? The only major MMOs to still have a subscription fee are World of Warcraftnote which is big enough to afford to retain a subscription fee because it's too big to fail, EVE Onlinenote which is... a special case and Final Fantasy XIV. Free to Play is now the standard thanks to Guild Wars.
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Scenery Porn
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Scenery Porn: Seriously... a lot of this game is just plain gorgeous.
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Leaning on the Fourth Wall
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Leaning on the Fourth Wall: Scattered here and there, usually at a safe distance from the game's narrative, such as the holiday celebrations. Take This character's conversation for example.
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Big Good
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Big Good: The Master of Whispers, leader of an ancient organization preparing to battle against Abbadon's return. And presumably assist Kormir after she ascends as a Goddess of Truth. In-game lore for Guild Wars 2 indicates that, after Palawa Joko overruns most of continental Elona and wrecks the Sunspears, the Order of Whispers will be the main organization resisting his tyranny. And they are even one of the factions you can join - however, Elona as a continent has not been visited in the game so far.
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Break the Cutie
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Break the Cutie: Gwen. And how!
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Waterfall into the Abyss
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Waterfall into the Abyss: Nightfall had some in the Vabbi region.
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Standard Status Effects
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Standard Status Effects
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The Atoner
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The Atoner: Kormir becomes this after she accidentally helps unleash Abaddon on the world. Also, General Morgahn.
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Early Installment Weirdness
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Early Installment Weirdness: Prophecies has many oddities not present in the following campaigns. Pre-Searing Ascalon takes place in a separate map which cannot be reached again once the prologue is completed. This was not repeated in later expansions. Henchmen were limited in variety (one Ranger, one Elementalist, etc.) and were not all that well optimized. Later campaigns expanded the roster of henchmen and gave them specific builds that were more viable. Missions could be started simply by reaching the outpost; it was not necessary to do any of the preceding missions or quests. Later expansions required the story leading to the mission be completed first. Unique boss weapons were not present in the initial release, only being added with the Sorrow's Furnace update. All later expansions would have unique weapons by default. Infusion is required to fight the Mursaat, a unique process which adds a special modifier to the player's armor. No similar requirement exists in later campaigns. Initially, on completing the final mission of Prophecies the player would see a cutscene before being unceremoniously dropped at an outpost. Later expansions ease the transition with a post-victory area where the player can talk to NPCs and get a little closure, with one such area being patched in for Prophecies.
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Limited Special Collector's Ultimate Edition
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Limited Special Collector's Ultimate Edition: All three campaigns have had a Limited Edition, featuring such Feelies as a soundtrack CD, art book, world map posters, in-game extras, and a desk calendar.
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Gorgeous Period Dress
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Gorgeous Period Dress: Anything worn by Mesmers.
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The Big Guy
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The Big Guy/The Captain: Devona
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Body Horror
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Body Horror: All of the Afflicted. They range from the mostly-humanoid hunchbacks that are their Warriors◊, to the Ritualists◊, which are basically a malformed mass of flesh lurching around on four of its six arms to resurrect its fellow Afflicted. They explode when they die, inflicting damage, and leave behind such lovely Vendor Trash as pulsating flesh and putrid cysts. The Realm of Torment has the Domain of Pain, which is basically a gigiantic fleshy cave/plain/something, with several giant limbs and organs coming from the walls.
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Cast From Hit Points
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Cast From Hit Points: See the wiki page dedicated to this. Also one of the main ways to kill a certain dungeon boss. He keeps re-summoning his minions, and gets tons of defensive bonuses while they're alive, but the spell he uses to revive them costs 5% of his health.
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Our Dwarves Are All the Same
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Dwarves: Standard dwarves until they transform themselves into immortal beings of living stone in Eye of the North. Their minds are severele degraded by it though, and it is literally said to be the end of the dwarven race as their ultimate sacrifice.
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Schizophrenic Difficulty
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Schizophrenic Difficulty: Factions plays this most, as the other three have relatively mild difficulty curves. The first mission is an obvious tutorial where Yijo and Master Togo more or less hold your hand and guide you through the mission. The second mission is a little harder. Vizunah Square, however, was a huge Newbie Trap. After that, the missions got harder and harder before...the difficulty dropped for a little while. Then you're thrown into Unwaking Waters, and the final mission is quite easy after what you went through to get there. Nightfall, thankfully, has a much more fair difficulty curve. Part of the reason was that they assumed most people playing Factions would have already played through Prophecies first; however plenty of people joined around Factions, in part because it practically skyrockets you to 20 as fast as possible. So unfortunately, a lot of people who didn't know common strategies were stuck at Vizunah Square, which was designed for 20s. (And even then, it was fully possible to reach it at level 12.) Vizunah was thankfully nerfed, although Tahnhakai Temple still remained a newbie trap, but by then there's virtually no way to reach Tahnhakai and not be level 20.
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What Measure Is a Mook?
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What Measure Is a Mook?: Subverted in the final confrontation in the quest What Waits in Shadow. This in turn leads the character to realize that The Ministry of Purity may not be as good as they seem. Further in that quest chain, the dialogue of the player character that leads the party will subvert it to the point of Lampshade Hanging, given the sheer number of mooks every player character has killed by now.
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Fantastic Rank System
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Fantastic Rank System: The tables of ranks of the Sunspears and the Order of Whispers in the Nightfall campaign.
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Level Grinding
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Level Grinding: Averted. In all three campaigns, one reaches the level cap of 20 rather quickly. The later Title-grinding have introduced much grinding (to the dismay of some fans), providing in-game bonuses for high ranks, and being required to craft certain armors or consumable items.
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Post-Script Season: The Guild Wars Beyond releases are all set after the major storylines of related campaigns are complete and usually months or years after them chronologically. The new content was released three years after the expansion pack and its continued development was based solely on how long it would be before the team could move onto the sequel instead.
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Humans Are White
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Humans Are White: Averted. The player can choose from a lot of skin tones, but will tend toward colors and features appropriate for the setting - European for Prophecies, Asian for Factions, and African for Nightfall (where even white PCs look quite Mediterranean). The different regions in each campaign have noticably different dominant skin tones, with only the Ascalonians of Tyria being typically white. (Everyone else around Kryta seemed South American or African) The dwarves and norn, however, are all pretty uniformly white, but are also confined to one small geographic area (corresponding to the Alpine and Scandinavian regions of Europe).
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Corrupt Church
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Corrupt Church: The White Mantle, who actually work for beings known as the Mursaat.) The Shamans too, (with the Titans and then the Destroyers. Not to mention their treatment of Charr women, which eventually comes back to bite them in the ass. If the lore recounted in the published novel is an accurate indication, the Shaman caste is now at the bottom of the Charr social pecking order because of their long history of abuse of power). It is, by Guild Wars 2. The Flame Legion still worships them, but the other three Legions despise the Flame Legion and magic in general, and basically regard Shamans as evil sorcerers.
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Saving the World
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Saving the World: At least once per campaign.
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Bragging Rights Reward
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Bragging Rights Reward: Titles started this way. Rare weapons and expensive armour, since they've got the same stats as the cheap stuff. Also due to the account-based nature of Guild Wars 2 rewards referred to above, since a player only needs to obtain one of each of a certain kind of weapon or set of armor per account to accrue the reward point on his/her account.
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Nature Spirit
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Nature Spirit: The Sylvari◊, which will be one of the playable races in Guild Wars 2. The summons of the ranger class. The druids.
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Unbreakable Weapons
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Dark Is Not Evil
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To be more specific, that happens during the finale, if you're playing on Grenth's side during the Grenth-versus-Dwayna contest. (This is one reason why it's noted above in the Dark Is Not Evil entry that Grenth can be kind of a dick during the Wintersday celebrations.)
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Fantastic Racism
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Fantastic Racism: In Nightfall, most of the centaur herds have been enslaved and forced to work on plantations across Kourna. The Luxons and the Kurzicks in Factions aren't particularly fond of each other, either. The Stone Summit dwarves are rabidly xenophobic and hate both humans or other races that "invade" their mountains, and their saner Deldrimor dwarf cousins. The Norn are, if not contemptuous of humans, rather skeptical at first of their fighting abilities due to the fact that they're much smaller. Meanwhile, the Asura call humans "bookahs", after a mythological monster that's known mostly for being loud, clumsy and not especially bright. The Centaurs derisively call humans "two-legs". In Factions, the Tengu (the avian race) and the Dredge (mole-like creatures, whom the player has previously encountered as slaves of the Stone Summit in Prophecies) have a hard time of it at the hands of the humans. As mentioned elsewhere on this page, the one quest where the player actually encounters a Corrupt Bureaucrat has to do with trying to improve conditions for Tengu refugees in Kaineng Center. And one of the side quests in Kurzick territory involves the player trying to get permission from the Kurzick lord for the Dredge refugees to settle in Kurzick lands. It doesn't happen; Count zu Heltzer rejects the Dredge plea out of hand because most of the refugees have, frankly, been making thuggish nuisances of themselves - they show up as enemies that the player has to kill in most Kurzick areas. And by the time of Guild Wars 2, the Dredge, who were, with the aforementioned exception, neutral or friendly toward the player character in the days of the first game, have turned completely hostile. And then you've got the revealed details about Guild Wars 2, where it turns out the future emperor basically assimilates the Luxons and the Kurzicks into Canthan culture and exiles ALL non-human creatures from their shores, as well as anyone who disagrees with that. And this is after those Luxons, Kurzicks, and at least one Tengu helps expel a supernatural evil. Real nice. Then again, the Kurzicks and Luxons had been carrying on a bloody civil war for CENTURIES on rather flimsy premises. No doubt a lot of player-characters who wended their way through the Factions campaign were wondering why the Emperor didn't just exercise his authority, already, and establish order in the eastern regions of Cantha. After all, from several hints dropped during the campaign, both factions are at least theoretically subordinate to the authority of the Emperor in Kaineng Center.
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Fantasy Counterpart Culture
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Fantasy Counterpart Culture: Every human nation throughout the world of Tyria was deliberately based on a mix of real-world civilizations run through a "what if?" scenario.
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Evil Is Visceral
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Evil Is Visceral: In Nightfall, the "Gate of Pain" map, which is set in a landscape composed entirely of overgrown viscera, but the whole landscape infected by Abaddon throughout the later parts of the game show signs of this trope, with tentacles and insectoid body parts growing out of the ground, rock formations with eyeballs in them, etc.
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Enemy Mine
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Enemy Mine: During the Winds of Change storyline, after the Ministry of Purity goes on a killing rampage, the Jade Brotherhood and Am Fah decided to end their rivalry and focus on taking down both the Canthan Empire and the Ministry of Purity. Taken into Serial Escalation levels where in "Calling All Thugs," where the Jade Brotherhood and Am Fah brought in all enemy criminal organizations and corrupt governments the player faced in Prophecies, Factions, Nightfall, and War in Kryta storylines, which includes the White Mantle, the Stone Summit, the Peacekeepers, The Crimson Skull, and the Corsairs. Although additional dialogues indicate that another reason for teaming up is mainly your actions against them if you completed the said storylines.
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Supernaturally Marked Grave
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Supernaturally Marked Grave: In "Factions", Shiro Tagachi caused this on a massive scale, unleashing the "Jade Wind" with his last breath which transformed everything for miles into stone or jade.
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Five Races
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Five Races Asura: The Smart Guy, Guild Wars' equivalent of gnomes and goblins Charr: Proud Warrior Race Guy/Beast Man Dwarves: Standard dwarves until they transform themselves into immortal beings of living stone in Eye of the North. Their minds are severele degraded by it though, and it is literally said to be the end of the dwarven race as their ultimate sacrifice. Humans Norn: Giants who can transform into beast men, Proud Warrior Race Guy / The Big Guy
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Bribing Your Way to Victory
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Bribing Your Way to Victory: Kinda/sorta. The small bonuses for sale through the GW store and the preorder bonuses are fun and useful shortcuts to having the most options, but they don't really make you any make you more powerful. If you don't know how to use them right, you'll still get curbstomped in competition. One quest in Factions requires to literally bribe a Corrupt Bureaucrat with 1 platinum to complete the quest. Actually, 2 platinum, but a bug allows you not to pay at all. Another quest in Nightfall requires you to pay off a pirate boss, but the same bug occurs here. Although you can get out of paying the pirate without bugs, thanks to the quest's second option. Talking to one of the Princes required you bribe him, either with 1 platinum or a vase which you could buy for 1 platinum... or murder the person with the vase for no cost.
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Turtle Power: The Luxons use turtles as mobile siege platforms.
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Pumpkin Person
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Pumpkin Person: Mad King Thorn's head has been replaced by a jack-o'-lantern in the Underworld, as seen during his annual reappearances in Lion's Arch and Kamadan.
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Kangaroo Court: Zinn's trial. The prosecution calls themselves the "persecution" and doesn't call any of the 32 witnesses they've gathered ("No need. Everyone knows [he's] guilty."). Talking to the various participants reveals that Oola's bribed members of the Council and witnesses for their help in exiling Zinn. Based on comments by Asura other than Zinn and Blimm, this was somewhat tame for the Asura. Zinn made the mistake of thinking the court was about truth, while the real purpose was political manuevaring and strategic bribing.
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Inexplicable Treasure Chests
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Inexplicable Treasure Chests: Which are almost always locked.
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Belly Dancer
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Belly Dancer: Female elementalists, especially with armor from Nightfall.
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Big Eater
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Big Eater: Professor Yakkington. A good number of Nicholas' requests focus on food for the dolyak... or food for Nicholas after Yakkington eats it all.
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The Computer Is a Cheating Bastard
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The Computer Is a Cheating Bastard: Enemy mesmers have the ability to interrupt your party's spells with much more accuracy than any human player can possibly achieve. On the other hand your AI-controlled heroes also have the same ability. A good tactic to follow, when engaging an enemy mob that has one or more interrupt mesmers in it, is not to lead off with your most powerful skill, lest the enemy mesmer interrupt that skill and leave you at a disadvantage while it recharges. Similarly, groups of enemies with interrupts or knockdowns will always stagger the usage with perfect coordination among their members. They also will only begin corpse exploit casts if nobody else on the field is already casting a similar spell on said corpse. A player-controlled Ranger facing a computer-controlled enemy Ranger has an annoying tendency to receive "Target Obstructed" messages about their own attacks if the terrain is at all questionable, while taking full damage from the enemy, who apparently can get a clear shot. Their arrows should be traveling essentially the same flight path in opposite directions, so a major difference in obstruction without anyone behind cover doesn't make sense.
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I Want My Beloved to Be Happy
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I Want My Beloved to Be Happy: Rebellious Princess Tahlkora stepping aside so Koss and Melonni can be together. Aww.
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The Lancer
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The Lancer/Playing with Fire: Cynn
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Starter Villain
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Starter Villain: Despite the Charr invasion being the primary driving force that kicks off the plot of Prophecies (by inflicting the Searing on Ascalon, bringing about the rise of the White Mantle in Kryta, and driving Vizier Khilbron to cause the cataclysm that destroys Orr), the Charr completely vanish from the plot once you flee Ascalon to the Shiverpeaks and don't appear again until Eye of the North.
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Heel–Face Turn: Morgahn. Granted though, if you've played any evil empire story, you know that at least one general on the opposing side is going to do it..and upon seeing how Morgahn is the only one who doesn't have "Bad general" written all over him...
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He Knows About Timed Hits
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He Knows About Timed Hits: In the various tutorials, NPC allies will talk about Fourth Wall-breaking game elements. Kormir, in particular, can be annoyingly long-winded while teaching the player character about those game elements.
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Mystical High Collar
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Mystical High Collar: Mesmers wear popped up collars.
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Griefer
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Griefer: Random Arenas love hosting players who just flat out quit before the match begins.
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Sequel Hook
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Sequel Hook: Palawa Joko in Nightfall, the awakening of Primordus in the Eye of the North ending cinematic.
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Gameplay and Story Segregation
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Gameplay and Story Segregation: One of the arguably justified cases; because there are several parts in each campaign in which it's implied you have to tread carefully or don't have time to waste. If you really don't have time to waste, new characters would have some trouble because some of these missions open up when they can get some elite skills that they probably really need. Sometimes subverted, however. In the first mission of Prophecies, you don't get discovered by a massive horde of Charr just in the story.
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BadassNormal
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Technically, through secondary profession, they can have access to any of the mentioned super powerful abilities. On the scale of the whole game, anyone becomes a Badass Normal, since you face a Lich weilding a staff of divine power, armies of Demons, a power-mad Psychopomp, the former God of Death, and an actual god. also technically, warrior, ranger and paragon all have no magic (they are the only classes with no spell skills). interestingly enough, these three classes are also the only classes in the game with access to shouts.
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Heroic Sacrifice
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Heroic Sacrifice: Prince Rurik, while holding off the enemy forces while the player(s) lead the Ascalonian refugees through the Frost Gate. It later turns out that thanks to the Undead Lich he is Not Quite Dead and we have to kill him again ourselves. And back when there was only the first campaign you also had the opportunity of capturing his elite skill. The same goes for Master Togo, who takes a killing blow meant for the emperor in Factions, and Kormir, who reincarnates as the new goddess of truth in Nightfall. Does anyone see a pattern here with our close friends/mentor figures dying every game? Once AGAIN with the new War in Kryta updates Captain Langmar dies helping people escape from the White Mantle.
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Wild Mass Guessing
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Wild Mass Guessing: Before GW:EN, the fate of Gwen. Somehow an inconspicuous little girl managed to provoke thousands of people to write fanfics and ask what happened to her. Of course, it was shot to hell by GW:EN which blatantly told us.
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Hello, [Insert Name Here]
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Hello, [Insert Name Here]: While NPCs in cutscenes will only use pronouns to refer to the player when speaking, the captions accompanying the speech will regularly place the player's name where it makes sense. Many players have had fun naming characters stuff like Carmen Sandiego names.
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Animate Dead
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Animate Dead: Tons of Necromancer minion-creating spells.
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One-Handed Zweihänder
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Onehanded Zweihander: Some swords are really huge but the characters will always wield them with one hand.
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Justified Tutorial
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Justified Tutorial: One for each campaign, where you are introduced as a fresh recruit to the Ascalon army; a student of the Shing Jea Monastery; and a fresh recruit of the Sunspears.
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Rebellious Princess
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Rebellious Princess: Tahlkora.
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Serious Business
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Serious Business: The Luxon vs Kurzick faction war in Factions, but perhaps not in the intended way. Each faction's guild with the highest amount of accumulated faction points — always decaying to keep things competitive — was awarded ownership of the Luxon or Kurzick faction capital, Cavalon or House zu Heltzer respectively. Owning a city gave its guild alliance a special merchant discount and access to a private area, but owning a capital city gave its rulers access to the expansion's two hardest end-game dungeons, The Deep and Urgoz's Warren as well. Regular players couldn't even get there without being escorted to the dungeon by a member of the reigning guild. The amount of player politicking, backstabbing, and guild drama surrounding the pursuit and control of this prestigious reward became legendary. Ironically, although faction farming was popularised through Luxon vs Kurzick PVP battles, players quickly found more efficient ways to stockpile faction points through PVE content. It became a common adage that the enemy faction weren't your enemies at all: interaction with the opposite faction at the high-water point of faction farming was nonexistent, all of your rivals were on your own side.
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Mentor Occupational Hazard: Each of the four campaigns has a mentor figure who ends up biting the dust. Rurik in Prophecies, Master Togo in Factions, Kormir in Nightfall, and, at least for Vekk, Gadd in Eye of the North. And in Beyond, Captain Langmar who was Gwen's mentor.
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Techno Babble
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Techno Babble: This is an actual Skill that you can use on enemies, which you earn from the technologically advanced civilization of the Asura. It damages and dazed your opponent, obviously.
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Fantasy Gun Control
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Fantasy Gun Control: Largely played straight in the first game (the Luxons have cannons), but 250 years later with the sequel, the Charr have developed guns, and the technology has spread across the world.
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Meaningful Name
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Cantha's name is a shout out to the name Cathay which was once used to refer to China.
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Secret War
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Secret War: The Fogotten and Order of Whispers against the forces of Abaddon.
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Underground Monkey
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Underground Monkey: Sometimes models are reused for similar enemies, sometimes not (and the ones that are will often be subtly altered). The various amphibian groups (Heket, Agari, Gokir, Ophil) are an example of this. Justified in-game on the grounds that they're all branches of the same species (indeed, for a Nightfall quest that requires you to collect legs from fallen amphibian enemies, you can complete the quest by killing amphibians in the Asura regions of the Eye of the North campaign area).
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Player Versus Player
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The Guild vs Guild PvP mode is this trope.
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VictoriousChildhoodFriend
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Victorious Childhood Friend: Koss and Melonni.
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Up to Eleven
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Female elementalists in general always wore more-revealing armour than females of other light classes like necromancers and mesmers (and wore the smallest and frilliest underwear too) but it was taken Up to Eleven in Nightfall when the Sunspear/Elite Sunspear Sets were released, which are actual Belly Dancer outfits to match their /dance emote.
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Plotline Death
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Plotline Death: In addition to less important characters, one major death occurred in each campaign, namely Prince Rurik, Master Togo, Kormir, and Gadd.
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Everything Fades
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Everything Fades: Mostly subverted. Corpses will stay corpses until you leave the area. This is rather important for necromancers, who use corpses to power some of their spells. Actually, corpses do fade eventually, it just takes a bit. Boss corpses, however, never do, allowing you to capture their skills
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Anti Poop-Socking
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Anti Poop-Socking: You are reminded every hour on the hour of how long you have been playing and after 3 hours the message "Please take a break." is added.
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Get on the Boat
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Get on the Boat: At the end of the Sanctum Cay mission and is the only way to open up the Crystal Desert. After finishing the tutorial section of Factions, Shing Jea Island, in order to travel to mainland Cantha In the Nightfall campaign, the mission Consulate Docks has you sail from the large island of Istan to the Kourna region of mainland Elona. And in every game, if you own another expansion, there'll be a mission that requires you to get on the boat to go to the next continent over so that you can start doing missions from the other expansion.
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Cat Folk
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Cat Folk: The Charr are bulky cat people.
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Arc Words
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Arc Words: "You lead, I shall follow." is uttered, at some point or another, by at least half of the cast of Nightfall. While the phrase itself seems innocuous enough, it underlines how the Player Character comes to lead the Sunspears, and eventually the entire region of Elona, against Varesh, Abaddon, and Nightfall.
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Computers Are Fast
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A few henchmen go positive. Such as the Domination Henchmen and the Interrupt henchmen. They're able to take advantage of the godlike reflexes and are able to interrupt before most players can even hit their button. Similarly, Herta the earth-elementalist henchmen has the Ebon Hawk and Stoning abilities in her skillset, and knows how to use the combo.
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Slap-on-the-Wrist Nuke
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Slap-on-the-Wrist Nuke : Meteor Shower would be an example. Sure, it's heavily damaging, but not much more so than your regular Fireball. And since it is affected by armor, it's actually less damaging than many other, armor-ignoring spells against high armored of fire resistant foes.
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Spotlight-Stealing Squad
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Spotlight-Stealing Squad: In Prophecies the player is, for better or for worse, the driving force of the plot. In Factions, you could take out the player, leave Togo and Mhenlo as the protagonists and put in a few Red Shirts that help them get from one plot-critical action to the next, and you'd have trouble spotting the difference. Nightfall and Eye of the North fix this by having most significant NPCs be the Heroes that take orders from the player.
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"Arabian Nights" Days: The Vabbi region on the continent of Elona, which is the middle section of Nightfall.
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God Is Good
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God Is Good: The six primary gods are anyway. Balthazar, god of war (who has an Evil Twin). Dwayna, god of light. Grenth, god of death (who is much nicer than the last guy who had the job). Melandru, god of nature. Lyssa, god of beauty and illusion. And finally ex-human Kormir, goddess of truth. YMMV, though, if you think through the implications of the lore that forms the backstory of Guild Wars 2. It's strongly implied that the events of the first game, especially the war between the humans and the Charr, were engineered by the Five Gods for inscrutable reasons. In particular, it's hard not to be disturbed by the revelation that the Charr were there first, and the humans, essentially at the behest of the gods, took away their lands and drove them into the north, sparking the long series of wars that eventually led to the destruction of two of the three main human nations on the continent of Tyria and the reduction of humanity as a sovereign entity to basically one huge city-state.
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I Like Those Odds
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I Like Those Odds: Nightfall has this in the first mission, when you get a good look at the opposing forces:
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Dance Battler
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Dance Battler: Female Dervishs.
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Real Men Wear Pink
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Real Men Wear Pink: Paragons, male and female alike, wear skirts hemmed above the knees. To a lesser extent, male Warriors can sport Gladiator armor, which bares the midriff for both sexes.
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Challenge Run
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Challenge Run: The game offers displayable-for-bragging-rights "titles" to those looking for 100% Completion: Many players refused to leave Pre-Searing Ascalon, and went so far as to pain-stakingly grind their way to level 20 in a zone where that is nigh impossible. For this, the developers introduced the "Legendary Defender of Ascalon" title. Survivors reach the maximum level without dying once, while Legendary Survivors gain ten times that amount of experience. Nerfed when the developers allowed the title to reset on death rather than being permanently removed.
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Black and White Morality
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Black-and-White Morality: This trope was played very straight until in Guild Wars: Eye of the North where this trope is subverted with the Charr where they are not always evil.
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Status Buff
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Status Buff: Monks and Paragons are known for giving these to your party. Mesmers and Necromancers debuff your enemies.
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Obviously Evil
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Obviously Evil: Vizier Khilbron, a Necromancer from Orr, a kingdom which was recently wiped out by a mysterious magical catastrophe which shattered the peninsula and killed and zombified most of its' population. In fact, Lore dictates that he himself cast that spell (albeit manipulated by Abaddon).
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Fetch Quest
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Fetch Quest: Optional. Collector NPCs stand out in explorable areas, offering unusual items or armor pieces in exchange for monster drops.
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The Four Gods
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The Four Gods: Played straight in the Asia-inspired continent of Cantha.
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Tsundere
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Tsundere : Gwen to Keiran Thackeray in the "Hearts of the North" content, and Cynn to Mhenlo as well
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Impossibly Cool Clothes
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Impossibly Cool Clothes: The "15k"/Ascended armor sets. Ironically, they don't provide any extra protection over basic "maximum" armor; they just look better and can be put in a player's Hall of Monuments.
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Look on My Works, Ye Mighty, and Despair!
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Look on My Works, Ye Mighty, and Despair!: The Crystal Desert is filled with the ruins left by those who failed to Ascend. The ghosts of the slain pilgrims still linger, lamenting the hubris that destroyed their people.
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Nice Job Breaking It, Hero!
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Nice Job Breaking It, Hero!: Most of Prophecies is spent undoing your own actions (save the Scepter of Orr from undead, give it to the Mantle, steal it from the Mantle, give it to the Big Bad (who's in charge of the undead), release the Titans unknowingly, who destroy the Mursaat that have actually been keeping the Titans under control, then kill the Big Bad and seal the Titans back up) In Eye of the North, the Charr arc is caused by the character's actions in Prophecies - after the hero sealed the Titans away, the Charr began to worship the Destroyers, prompting your attack into the Charr homeland. In this case, it's more in the nature of an unintended consequence. Nightfall's plot revolves around this, too, except you're dealing with the results of Kormir's actions. To be fair, the campaign's backstory strongly implies that Varesh was already sniffing around to find out how to free Abaddon before Kormir ever did anything; for instance, the cutscene after the second mission shows Varesh and one of her generals, Kahyet - soon revealed to have been Varesh's initiator into the worship of Abaddon - discussing the events in a way that shows they already knew what was going on. It's implied later on that Varesh has been a secret worshiper of Abaddon well before the events shown in Nightfall. Even if Kormir had kept her mitts off the ancient artifacts in Istan, it's possible that Varesh and her minions would have awakened the ancient evil anyway. The only Guild Wars campaign in which this trope doesn't play a part is Factions. Some players might argue that Togo's death at the hands of Shiro, thus enabling the Betrayer to regain his mortal body, is an example, but this is debatable, seeing that Togo was defending his half-brother, the Emperor, from being assassinated by Shiro. In fact, it was the only way Shiro could actually be killed, he would have done a lot more damage if he had remained as a spirit. Well, at least until the Winds of Change content update, where the player (with the perfectly good intention of trying to get rid of the leftover Afflicted) helps the fanatical Ministry of Purity rise to power. The Ministry then proceeds to escalate Kaineng City's ongoing gang war and harass the Tengu, thus steering Cantha onto the path to the unpleasant state it's in in Guild Wars 2.
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Informed Deformity
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Informed Deformity: Olrun Olafdottir looks fine in-game, but during the quest chain in which you end up accidentally engaged to her, she talks about her leathery hands, dry skin and bunions.
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Large Ham
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Large Ham: Dhuum, Grenth's less-than-pleasant predecessor, who is also a Third-Person Person. And most of the dwarves, especially Kilroy Stonekin.
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Button Mashing
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Button Mashing: Inverted. The game will auto-attack once told to attack, and will actually warn a player if they attempt to mash the attack button. Skills can still be button mashed, although this generally doesn't help at high levels of play.
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ConservationOfNinjutsu
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Conservation of Ninjutsu: At least when the "Inverse Ninja Law" PvP effect is active, causing players to weaken for each nearby ally, and get stronger for each nearby enemy. If the players are all Assassins, then this trope gets pretty literal.
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Crystal Dragon Jesus
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Crystal Dragon Jesus: Glint, though with four times the crystal and 1/3 the Jesus. She is really more of a benevolent-neutral prophet, but she is a gray dragon covered in crystalline spines, who, using bizarre dragon-magic, lives in a single grain of crystal sand in the Crystal Desert, and she lays crystal eggs. The game has the five elementally-themed pseudopagan gods as the true pantheon, however. She is the former lieutenant of the Elder Dragon Kralkatorrik however, so is unrelated to the deities.
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Elemental Rock–Paper–Scissors
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Elemental Rock–Paper–Scissors: Partial subversion. While the classic four of Air, Fire, Earth and Water exist as the types of elemental magic, they don't oppose each other or imply weakness. Instead, they vary in their styles: Air focuses on one target, Fire affects large areas, Earth is largely defensive, and Water focuses on disrupting and slowing down enemies. However, enemies that are related to an element are usually more resistant to it and weaker to the opposed one (the Destroyers come to mind). In a nutshell, the elements have their rock-paper-scissors effect if the target is inherently elemental in nature, like the Titans and Fire Imps being weak to cold damage. The power to cast elemental spells doesn't require an inherent nature, however.
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Our Humans Are Different
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Our Humans Are Different: Humans are one of the five main races in Tyria, and while typical humans in most respects they play the roles elves usually do in fantasy settings. Humans are a race that was once very powerful but have now fallen into decline. They tend to shun technology and consequently are socially stuck in the past, especially the isolated human nations of Elona and Cantha in Guild Wars 2. They originally had a special affinity and respect for magic, due to it being granted to them by their gods, who brought humans to Tyria.
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Mexican Standoff
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Mexican Standoff: This will happen pretty much every time a Ritualist enters Random Arenas, and if you so happened to get a trap-specializing ranger on the team, expect to do a lot of standing around, waiting for the other team to make a move. Ritualists have to set up their spirits, and hunters have to set up Traps. Naturally, players aren't exactly stupid enough to fall for these traps well over 90% of the time, resulting in matches that would last for well over half an hour with both teams waiting for the other to make a move. Along with Griefers who enjoyed kiting the enemy team around and making the matches last forever, this was one of the reasons why a time limit before the game entered Sudden Death.
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Puzzle Boss
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Puzzle Boss: Duncan the Black, as a level 29 NPC with the boss damage multiplier, his spells deal over 3 times as much damage as player spells, and his unique buff, Duncan's Defense, causes his attackers to take twice as much damage as they inflict on him and he's got a huge health pool. The way to beat his incredible cheap combination of powers involves getting him to kill himself with a combination of A.I. Breaker tactics and another incredibly cheap combination of spells.
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Humanoid Abomination
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Humanoid Abomination: the mursaat a possibly alien race who are quite powerful (average level 24 or so)
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Projectile Spell
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Projectile Spell: Staff and wand attacks, and "projectile" spells.
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Eldritch Abomination
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Eldritch Abomination: Abbadon seems to have turned into one of these in his confinement... unless all the gods look that freakish in their true forms.
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Old Save Bonus
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Old Save Bonus: The Hall of Monuments in the Eye of the North records your titles, trophies, elite weapons and armor, and favored companions. Your Guild Wars 2 characters, centuries in the future, inherit bonuses and benefits based on the contents of your Hall, though these are all tangible Bragging Rights Rewards instead of unfair game-breakers. As of October 2010, the beta version of the "Hall of Monuments Reward Calculator" is available at the Guild Wars 2 website. As promised, the bonuses awarded to players with a stated number of points are goodies of various kinds, some of which, judging by the reaction on various discussion forums, players have been waiting/hoping for for a long time. The reaction to the new schedule of rewards has so far been overwhelmingly positive, though it did spark a major run on crafting materials, miniature pets and other such items by players anxious to fill up their Halls of Monuments.
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It Seemed Like a Good Idea at the Time
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Well, at least until the Winds of Change content update, where the player (with the perfectly good intention of trying to get rid of the leftover Afflicted) helps the fanatical Ministry of Purity rise to power. The Ministry then proceeds to escalate Kaineng City's ongoing gang war and harass the Tengu, thus steering Cantha onto the path to the unpleasant state it's in in Guild Wars 2.
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Ragtag Bunch of Misfits
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Ragtag Bunch of Misfits: Oh so much. Our heroes ? Crazy God-worshippers, masterless killers, racial enemies helping because they have no choice (especially Zhed), pirate, Master of an obscure organisation, bodyguard, actor, enemy soldier, protomatter with human form, a grown-up annoying little girl, criminel and traitor, Glory Seeker, golem...
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Down the Drain
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Down the Drain
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Just Before the End
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Just Before the End: The world slowly comes apart around the players during the three campaigns, and the sequel is set After the End, in a sense. Done twice in Prophecies. The intro even states "the last day dawns on the kingdom of Ascalon".
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ProudWarriorRaceGuy
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Charr: Proud Warrior Race Guy/Beast Man
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Insurmountable Waist-Height Fence
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Insurmountable Waist-Height Fence: since your character cannot actually jump over things, this would seem to be a common problem, but it is usually avoided through careful terrain design. A few places in the original campaign still fit the title exactly, however. Guild Wars 2, however, includes a 'Z-axis' to allow characters to jump over obstacles and the like. In fact, the lack of Z-axis in GW 1 allowed melee characters and creatures hit others that were on top of a bridge they were standing under. And vice-versa. And sometimes even body-block creatures standing under or above themselves.
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Bears Are Bad News
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The Norn, who can turn into bears.
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Death Mountain
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Death Mountain: The Ring of Fire Islands. Oddly, the extreme heat doesn't seem to bother anyone.
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Ancient Conspiracy
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Ancient Conspiracy: The Flameseeker Prophecies, the Nightfall Prophecy.
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Ancient Africa
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Ancient Africa: The early part of Nightfall takes place in the Fantasy Counterpart Culture of this before moving on to "Arabian Nights" Days.
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Last Disc Magic
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Last Disc Magic: Averted. The power of a skill is dependent on one's rank in the associated attribute. Therefore, skills acquired at the beginning of the game are not necessarily worse than those found at the end. Somewhat played straight with elite skills, which are usually better versions of regular skills, but they're not dramatically better and only one can be used at a time unless you've "captured" a second or third elite skill in an explorable area. Theoretically, if there were enough bosses of your primary and secondary professions in a given area, you could have up to 8 elite skills in your skill bar while you were in that area! This last was reduced when they set a limit on "PvE-only" skills; now you can have a max of four elites, and temporarily more if you utilize some of the skill-stealing moves right.
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Five-Man Band
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Five-Man Band: The Hero/The Medic: Mhenlo. The Lancer/Playing with Fire: Cynn The Big Guy/The Captain: Devona The Smart Guy/Team Dad: Aidan Dark Action Girl/The Minion Master: Eve The Sixth Ranger/Player Character: You.
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Damage-Sponge Boss
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Damage-Sponge Boss: The infamous Rotscale, a bone dragon that has fairly simple moves, a small entourage of mooks... and over 20,000 HP. In a game where the regular max HP without any boosts is 480, and a SERIOUSLY stacked player might get up to 1,500 (with several other players helping with buffing skills). If you somehow manage not to get mauled by the always-poisoned arena and the mob that's with him, it can still take upwards of ten minutes to whittle him down. And with the addition of Dhuum to the underworld, Rotscale is dwarfed. After going through what is arguably the hardest area in the game which takes a balanced group up to 3 hours, you get to a boss that has 100.000 health, and can take up to half an hour just killing him. Oh, and he summons Mooks too.
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Resurrection Sickness
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Resurrection Sickness
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Inescapable Ambush
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Inescapable Ambush
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Leeroy Jenkins
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It does become more difficult when you get to escort Leeroy Jenkins' embodiment (Kilroy Stonekin) with all the expected difficulty (though you do get an Über-buff from him in return).
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Bare Your Midriff
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Bare Your Midriff: Wouldn't be a fantasy game if some costumes didn't. But it's not too common compared to other fantasy games. More specifically, elementalist females do this with almost every set they have. The feel to them is of a tease, what with all the running away and smiting with fire, so it evens out. Paragons of both genders do this at times.
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Repeatable Quest
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Repeatable Quest: Many of the quests offered at the annual "Wintersday" festival (which falls around the time of Christmas-New Year's) are repeatable, enabling players to farm huge amounts of holiday items.
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Big Bad
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Big Bad: At least one per campaign. Factions is the only campaign where there was just one throught the entire story. Played with in Prophecies, the first campaign. There never seems to be any one specific big bad until halfway through the campaign, and even then the Mursaat, who up until then seemed to be the main villains, get wiped out at the end of the penultimate mission by the REAL big bad, the Lich lord, who had orchestrated most of the events so he would fulfil the titular prophecy and gain access to a massive nearly unbeatable army.
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Press X to Die
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Press X to Die: At the end of the Nightfall campaign, players can use the /dance command to start dancing in front of the giant boss. Who then starts dancing back. Which immediately kills EVERYONE on your team. You got served indeed.
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During the War
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During the War: Most of Nightfall. One joke quest has you traveling back in time to the titular Guild Wars in order to stop a golem from killing Gwen's mother.
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Difficult, but Awesome
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Difficult, but Awesome: Mesmers, when played well, can completely shut down the enemy team. The only problem is, one requires lightning-quick reflexes and a thorough knowledge of the Meta Game to play a mesmer well. Not to mention a decent latency...
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Took a Level in Badass
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Took a Level in Badass: Most notably, Gwen, the naive little girl who just wanted to follow you on your adventures, growing into a hardcore Charr-slaughtering sorceress. Also, Thackeray, whose transformation from ranger to paragon during the War in Kryta also taught him to stop being such a fragile doormat and start being a man.
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Conspicuously Selective Perception
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Conspicuously Selective Perception: In the tutorial parts of the game, extremely low-level monsters will ignore a player until attacked. Well, not all creatures in the world have to be agressive.
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Barbie Doll Anatomy
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Lonai must be wearing flesh-tone tights. Either that or she's got Barbie Doll Anatomy.
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Alliance Meter
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Alliance Meter: Used to tot up the amount of faction points you have gathered towards Balthazar, the Luxons and Kurzicks, and the Canthan Dragon Empire. Also, titles for the Luxons and Kurzicks show how much faction has been donated towards the respective alliance.
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Filler
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Filler: Prophecies fits itself into the definition by the end, especially in hindsight. The campaign starts with your homeland, Ascalon, being destroyed by the charr and you leading refugees to safety in a nearby kingdom, Kryta. You find that this kingdom has its own troubles with undead. After helping out against them for a bit, you find out that your allies so far, the White Mantle, are an oppressive militant church, and you agree to help against them. This leads you on a great journey to distant lands to seek a way to defeat their "unseen" masters, the Mursaat. Along the way, you are occasionally helped by a mysterious vizier who tells you of a power that can defeat the Mursaat. When you finally reach that power, the vizier reveals himself to be an evil lich that wants to use the Titans it summons to take over the world. You defeat him of course, and then the campaign ends. The epilogue has a closing line about the lich's Titans wiping out the Mursaat before getting sealed away, but none of this seems to have any series momentum. The charr continue to use the power of the Titans (and eventually win in mostly wiping all of Ascalon by the time of Guild Wars 2, and the War in Kryta events prove that neither the White Mantle nor the Mursaat were ultimately destroyed in Kryta. Even the Scepter of Orr, a MacGuffin early in Prophecies that was scooped up by the villain by the end, ends up conveniently back in the Shining Blade's hands in Eye of the North's epilogue. In other words, the two main plot lines in Prophecies: Ascalon being under attack and the White Mantle's evil are not advanced at all by the actual campaign. The only thing you do is defeat the Lich, who officially reveals himself literally for the last level and has no direct connection to any of the other major events, aside from an off-screen destruction of a country, and even his defeat almost doesn't carry story momentum, as he attempts to do virtually the same thing again in Nightfall, this time from the underworld. It should be noted however that the original overarching goal (though considerably downplayed later in the story) was the defense, evacuation, and protection of thousands of Ascalonian refuges seeking a new life away from the Charr. The PCs originally joined the Shining Blade only because they would have eventually come for the refugees as well.
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UnPerson
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Un-person: Actually an Un-Deity. The Five Gods banished nearly every monument, structure, writing, or individual with knowledge of Abaddon into the Realm of Torment, along with Abaddon himself. Even one person having knowledge of him would strengthen his grasp on reality. Unfortunately, enough escaped the Gods to allow Nightfall.
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Elite Mooks
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In Eye of the North, all the enemies past the Northern Shiverpeaks could be considered the equivalent of Elite Mooks in the three main campaigns, which should give you an idea of how tough the Destroyers can be, especially in Hard Mode.
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Gratuitous Greek
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Gratuitous Greek: Some of the Mursaat bosses have names from ancient Greek for some reason, such as "Argyris (silver) the scoundrel" and Chrysos (gold) the magnetic.
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Homage
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Kilroy's just an homage to Leeroy - there's a very good reason that Prince Rurik has been known by many as "Prince Leeroy"...
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My God, What Have I Done?
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My God, What Have I Done?: The devoted General Morgahn in Nightfall, after realizing that his master Varesh Ossa's actions are evil (in the cutscene preceding the "Grand Court of Sebelkeh" mission).
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The Chosen Many
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The Chosen Many: The White Mantle hunts these down and sacrifices them on the Bloodstone, so that the prophecy describing the downfall of their gods, the Mursaat, won't come to pass. It's revealed that the player characters are Chosen, and heavily implied that it any of the Chosen can fulfill the Flameseeker Prophecies, not just a specific one.
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Finishing Move
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Finishing Move: Assassins, whose style of play focuses on linked attacks, have their most powerful moves as Finishing Moves. Also the Warrior skill "Final Thrust", which deals a high amount of damage - and doubles it if the target is at less than half health - but takes a load of Adrenaline to use and drains all the Adrenaline in your other skills to boot.
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Gratuitous Latin
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Gratuitous Latin: All of the Titan bosses have Latin names. Most are valid Latin (this page has translations) but some are ungrammatical or just sound wrong when translated ("Scelus Prosum" translates roughly to "I am useful for wickedness")
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Collective Groan
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Collective Groan: For example, in the cutscene preceding the "Venta Cemetery" mission in Nightfall.
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Infinity +1 Sword
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Infinity +1 Sword: Subverted. Weapon damage reaches a limit, and most weapons sold for high prices merely have unusual or rare appearances. Mechanically, they're nothing special. Arguably exists though with the ridiculously rare weapons that have damage +15% with no downside at all. However these weapons only dropped for a relatively short amount of time before they were patched out for being unbalanced and before that they were already the rarest weapons.
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MacGuffin
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The charr continue to use the power of the Titans (and eventually win in mostly wiping all of Ascalon by the time of Guild Wars 2, and the War in Kryta events prove that neither the White Mantle nor the Mursaat were ultimately destroyed in Kryta. Even the Scepter of Orr, a MacGuffin early in Prophecies that was scooped up by the villain by the end, ends up conveniently back in the Shining Blade's hands in Eye of the North's epilogue. In other words, the two main plot lines in Prophecies: Ascalon being under attack and the White Mantle's evil are not advanced at all by the actual campaign. The only thing you do is defeat the Lich, who officially reveals himself literally for the last level and has no direct connection to any of the other major events, aside from an off-screen destruction of a country, and even his defeat almost doesn't carry story momentum, as he attempts to do virtually the same thing again in Nightfall, this time from the underworld.
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Status Quo Is God
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Status Quo Is God: A side-effect of instanced areas.
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Mob War
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Mob War: The war between the Am Fah and the Jade Brotherhood in Kaineng City from Factions.
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Mordor
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Mordor: The Ring of Fire volcanic islands where you fight the Big Bad of Prophecies. Subverted at the beginning of Prophecies though, where the blasted and dead lands of Ascalon are the home of the good guys, then completely averted in Eye of the North, where the homeland of the Charr, the fire-worshipping beasts that destroyed Ascalon, turns out to be beautifully wooded pastoral grassland. The fallen god Abaddon plays this straight in the Realm of Torment. Now who wants to take a hike through that spider-infested swamp of teeth and diseased flesh? It was originally a fortress to keep Abaddon in though, and was said by an NPC there to be corrupted by him.
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Mega City
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Mega City: Kaineng City.
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Living Statue
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Living Statue: The dwarves have to become this in order to defeat the Great Destroyer in Eye Of The North.
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Giant Hands of Doom
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Giant Hands of Doom: The fight with Abaddon
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Accidental Marriage
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Accidental Engagement: In Eye of the North, there's a quest chain in which you accidentally become engaged to a Norn and politely getting unengaged.
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Retcon
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Retcon: The original game, Guild Wars, was given the subtitle "Prophecies" to distinguish from the later two campaigns. For the same reason, Tyria is both the name of a continent and the entire world, as originally there was only one continent for that world. Abaddon; however, there is a location in the first game called "Abaddon's Mouth". The Charr not having magic until they got it from he Titans. This is incorrect, the lore states that the Charr had magic long before the Humans even settled on Tyria (Ecology of the Charr lore). However, their magic was more natural and not powerful enough to combat the Humans, who were god-powered. This allowed the Humans to mount their first offense against the charr (before the Charr even knew what a Human was), purging Charr by the bucketload so that the greedy Humans could steal their lands. (Sound familiar?) One caste of the Charr tried to prove that they could out-magic humans only to learn that the human gods were still more powerful. After that, the charr turned to technology and atheism.
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Level-Map Display
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Level-Map Display: There are actually three map displays; a radar-like map of your immediate area which shows the location of friends, neutrals and enemies; a "mini-map" which shows the larger mission or explorable area with objectives and paths; and a map of the entire continent which is obscured at the beginning by "fog of war" and which becomes more detailed and reveals various places as you explore more of the map.
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Dungeon Bypass
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Dungeon Bypass: There exist a few methods for this, some designed and some not. One of the earliest unintentional examples is the Nolani Academy mission, where you're supposed to follow Rurik through a dangerous path and fight through a Charr army after demoralizing them... or go right and end the battle in a third of the time. Eye of the North added Secret Switches which open doors and allow access to hidden areas. Some are purely loot sources, but others are shortcuts.
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Evil Overlord
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Evil Overlord: Palawa Joko sheds his Anti-Villain facade in Guild Wars 2 diverting an entire river into the Crystal Desert in order to dry up and conquer all of Elona, and usurps the once-heroic Sunspears to be his personal stormtroopers.
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Aerith and Bob
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Aerith and Bob: Mocked in one of the NPC dialogues. "We haven't survived this long against the Charr by giving our supplies to every Tom, Dick, and Teardrinker who passes through here."
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Playable Epilogue
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Playable Epilogue: Beating each campaign will send you to an explorable area where everybody is celebrating your victory. In addition, the current Guild Wars Beyond content can only be accessed by completing the main campaigns.
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Storming the Castle
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Storming the Castle: Raisu Palace, which is played with because Shiro is holding the emperor hostage in his own castle and you need to get through the Elite Mooks occupying it. It even has a bit of big battle added added, since you have to select two allies to buy you extra time by sealing off reinforcements. The Guild vs Guild PvP mode is this trope. The Consulate Docks, Ring of Fire, and Abaddon's Mouth are also versions of this. The Prophecies mission "Thunderhead Keep" does this from both sides. Your team has to liberate the titular fortress from the Stone Summit who are occupying it, and then defend it from a combined force of White Mantle and Mursaat.
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Rape, Pillage, and Burn
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Rape, Pillage, and Burn: The Charr culture, in a nutshell. Although when it comes to their treatment of humans, there's a lot less Rape and a lot more Burn.
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One-Gender Race
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One-Gender Race: All in-game harpies look female (except for the ambiguous gryphons which may or may not be the same species as harpies) and all in-game dwarves and wardens look male. Strangely, while all living centaurs are male, some of the undead ones are female. The Dwarven NPC hero Ogden Stonehealer makes a sly reference to this in one of his random lines of dialogue: "How do you know you haven't already met a female Dwarf? Eh? Eh?"
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Knight Templar
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Knight Templar: The Ministry of Purity in the Winds of Change chapter of Guild Wars Beyond, while starting out seemingly upstanding and virtuous, is willing to dedicate massive effort to exterminating the local gangs in their entirity, and in NPC dialogue are noted to insult the Luxons and Kurzicks as "not true Canthans." Xan Hei: How naive can you be? Evil exists in this world; we're fighting to end it! If people misunderstand what I must do to make the world better, then so be it. I knew from the start that I didn't belong in the world I was helping to create.
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Money Spider
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Money Spider: Mostly played straight, but also averted in that collector items are mostly monster body parts and some monsters can be seen wielding weapons of the general sort they drop (bosses are almost always seen wielding their own green weapons, for example). Following a major game update in 2009, a new NPC, "Nicholas the Traveler", appears in a different explorable area of the game each week; you can trade him a number of a specific collector item for special items obtainable only from him, including rare weapons and miniature pets.
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Deader Than Dead
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Deader Than Dead: Banned players. When a person's account is banned, they are visited by Dhuum, old god of death, specifically of death eternal. He appears before them and, with a unique skill called "Vengeance Is Ours", cuts them down with his scythe, sets them on fire, and transports their soul to a prison in the underworld. As the skill used to do this says, "Ressurrection skills won't help you. Your account is banned." Let it never be said that Arena Net doesn't have a sense of style when it comes to banning people.
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Ascend to a Higher Plane of Existence
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Ascend to a Higher Plane of Existence: The druids, who used to be human, but transformed themselves into nature spirits in the backstory.
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Brutal Bonus Level
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Brutal Bonus Level: The Underworld in the original campaign.
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Standing Between the Enemies
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Standing Between the Enemies: At the end of the Gyala Hatchery mission.
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The Spartan Way
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The Spartan Way: The Charrs live by this trope.
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Path of Inspiration
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Abaddon's cult gradually shifts from Path of Inspiration to Religion of Evil during the Nightfall storyline.
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Of Corsets Sexy
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Of Corsets Sexy: several outfits available to Mesmers and Necromancers (for example, elite Kurzick armor). Also, Gwen's basic outfit.
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Fun with Acronyms
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Fun with Acronyms: Guild Wars: Eye of the North reintroduced the NPC Gwen.
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Standard Fantasy Setting
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Standard Fantasy Setting: In Prophecies... for about the first two or three hours, and then never seen again.
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Interchangeable Antimatter Keys
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Interchangeable Antimatter Keys: Partially subverted. Keys must match the correct region, and there are items called lockpicks, which work anywhere and have a chance to be retained with use.
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Irony
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Irony: A favorite curse of Abaddon's followers is "Abaddon will eat your eyes." When Abaddon is killed and Kormir absorbs his power, she becomes the blind goddess of truth. To be fair, she already had her eyes feasted upon by Abaddon. She got better.
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Wutai
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Wutai: Cantha; interesting to note that the game is American, and spent a lot of work designing a mix of Chinese, Japanese, Korean, Thai, and original features.
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Shout-Out
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Elona is a reference to a genus of snail(what's even more interesting is that Guild Wars was not the first to use the snail's name as a Shout-Out but the game Elona also referenced the snail).
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Everything's Deader with Zombies
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Everything's Deader with Zombies: There are the Orr zombies, the Plague zombies, Joko's mummy/zombies, and player created zombies.
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Rock Monster
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Rock Monster: Several Golems and Elementals.
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Underground Level
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Underground Level: Several, most notable in Eye of the North, which has eightneen instanced dungeons (which range from one to five levels deep).
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Take Your Time
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Take Your Time: Plenty of occasions, arguably justified so you can actually prepare for the missions more effectively. Varesh never completes any ritual in Nightfall, Togo and Mhenlo never get slaughtered by Shiro'ken and afflicted in Factions, Evennia and Saidra never get sacrificed on the bloodstone in Prophecies, Thunderhead Keep never truly goes under siege until you go there...Pretty much a lot to count.
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Escort Mission
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Escort Mission: While escortees in main missions are fairly competent, they can make bonus objectives miserable. It does become more difficult when you get to escort Leeroy Jenkins' embodiment (Kilroy Stonekin) with all the expected difficulty (though you do get an Über-buff from him in return). You also get allies to follow you around in certain dungeons come Eye of the North, but they can thankfully die as many times as possible, and will come back whenever a room is cleared of enemies. Kilroy's just an homage to Leeroy - there's a very good reason that Prince Rurik has been known by many as "Prince Leeroy"... Factions is mostly escort missions. However; the people you're escorting (Mhenlo and Togo) are actually fairly competent at least at keeping themselves up. They heal themselves and attack enemies, and most importantly, hold their ground and most often follow YOU. However, they aren't smart enough to walk around chests, and have been known to get stuck in place during a few missions because a chest spawned in their path. The "Vizunah Square" mission is especially notorious for problems involving getting Togo and Mhenlo to keep up properly with the party, especially if the party involves a minion-controlling necromancer; Mhenlo will stop to heal the minions. This can result in the player's losing the maximum reward for completing the mission, because most Factions missions are time-dependent (you have to complete the mission within a set period of time to earn the "Master's" reward). One Nightfall mission, "Venta Cemetery", offers an interesting variety of escort mission: You have to escort six allies to safety, but only one has to survive, and every single one has the Monk profession and will heal each other and your party. You would almost have to be actively trying to get them killed to lose even one. Due to this, a good player can often dispense completely with hero or henchman monks when forming the mission team.
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Anti-Villain
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Anti-Villain: Palawa Joko. At least during Nightfall; his minions will help the players on several side quests. But by the time of Guild Wars 2 he has returned to being a true villain, conquering all of Elona by diverting their main water supply, the Elon River, northwards into the Crystal Desert. Possibly driven by the player's actions in a Halloween mission.
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Religion Is Magic
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Religion Is Magic: Shrines to the gods can enhance many powers of the characters. Many forms of magic, at least in original guild wars, are assumed to come from the gods as well, though this is more along the line of the gods introducing the potential for magic into the world, and everyone being able to use it, rather than gods directly creating the magic at people's request. Monk abilities are called "Prayers" though, so it's possible...
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Boss-Only Level
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Boss-Only Level: The last mission in Factions, "Imperial Sanctum",is just about killing Big Bad Shiro Tagachi and nothing else. The same goes for Nightfall.
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Slap-Slap-Kiss
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Slap-Slap-Kiss: Koss and Melonni. Arguably Mhenlo and Cynn as well.
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Patchwork Map
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Patchwork Map: Subverted. The world map actually makes sense: the Elonian desert was formed from rain shadow of a Himalaya-like mountain range, swamps and bogs are the lowest in elevation, etc.
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Developers' Foresight
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Developers' Foresight: The doppelganger copies your skills down to the tee. So what happens if you go in as a class or with abilities that were not available in the base campaign of Prophecies? It has them, too. And it can be surprisingly smart.
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Dark Action Girl
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Dark Action Girl/The Minion Master: Eve
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Meditation Powerup
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Meditation Powerup
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You Can't Go Home Again
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You Can't Go Home Again: Only in Prophecies, when said "home" is a time, not a place.
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Action Girl
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Action Girl: Notably: Devona, Nika, Zenmai, Melonni, Jora, Gwen and many others (and the player also if the character is female)
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TheSixthRanger
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The Sixth Ranger/Player Character: You.
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A God Am I
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A God Am I: The Lich, Shiro, and then Kormir. Luckily the last one isn't a Big Bad. We are led to believe that every god has gone through this, what with several "predecessors" being mentioned, the fact that we know they are not the first pantheon having existed, and the fact that they are younger than the Elder Dragons, and presumably, even the Giganticus Lupicus that are mentioned in the lore.
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Reasonable Authority Figure
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Subverted though in the case of the Canthan Imperial Army which is depicted as being full of Reasonable Authority Figures.
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Chekhov's Gunman
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Chekhov's Gunman: Gwen herself.
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Theiss Titillation Theory
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Some players take the view that certain female Mesmer outfits, with their short skirts and thigh-length boots, are also examples of this trope. The "Elite Enchanter" female mesmer outfit, for example, looks much more like something one would wear in the bedroom than on the battlefield. The female version of the Krytan set has an open jacket over a sheer top, the jacket seems to stay in place with magic.
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Our Giants Are Bigger
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Our Giants Are Bigger: The Norn, who can turn into bears. There are still normal giants, and several varieties, which are still quite a lot bigger than the half-giant Norn. Not to mention the extinct Giganticus Lupicus mentioned in the Lore. Bones the size of small towns in the crystal desert are presumed to be theirs.
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Enemy Summoner
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Enemy Summoner: Aside from NPCs with minion master and ritualist builds, there are also the Torment demons and any Charr who can summon a Hunter Beast.
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Artificial Brilliance
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Artificial Brilliance / Artificial Stupidity: The AI sometimes makes pretty dumb decisions, like standing in the middle of an AoE (to be fair, they stopped doing this around Factions), interrupting skills that had too-short a recovery time to make it worth, not use their builds correctly, etc. The Henchmen get it worst and are barely used, especially when you could fill the entire party with heroes. To be fair, the henchmen's main shortcoming is that they all have poor builds, coupled with the fact that there have been little to no upgrade since the game exists. They can use the builds they do have rather well, it's just that most of them happen to have very poor/generic builds. The heroes on the other hand are able to dualclass, and there are some builds that the AI can use rather effectively so the player isn't constantly micromanaging. They actually do hear the player pinging and focus fire on the target they call out, something most players don't do. A few henchmen go positive. Such as the Domination Henchmen and the Interrupt henchmen. They're able to take advantage of the godlike reflexes and are able to interrupt before most players can even hit their button. Similarly, Herta the earth-elementalist henchmen has the Ebon Hawk and Stoning abilities in her skillset, and knows how to use the combo.
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Corrupt Bureaucrat
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In Factions, the Tengu (the avian race) and the Dredge (mole-like creatures, whom the player has previously encountered as slaves of the Stone Summit in Prophecies) have a hard time of it at the hands of the humans. As mentioned elsewhere on this page, the one quest where the player actually encounters a Corrupt Bureaucrat has to do with trying to improve conditions for Tengu refugees in Kaineng Center. And one of the side quests in Kurzick territory involves the player trying to get permission from the Kurzick lord for the Dredge refugees to settle in Kurzick lands. It doesn't happen; Count zu Heltzer rejects the Dredge plea out of hand because most of the refugees have, frankly, been making thuggish nuisances of themselves - they show up as enemies that the player has to kill in most Kurzick areas. And by the time of Guild Wars 2, the Dredge, who were, with the aforementioned exception, neutral or friendly toward the player character in the days of the first game, have turned completely hostile.
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Shoot the Medic First
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Shoot the Medic First: Standard practice. Although Mesmers and Necromancers are also popular targets. Because of the huge amounts of damage they can inflict, some ritualists using the "Signet of Spirits" spirit-spamming build wonder if they may also be becoming a victim of this trope.
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Start of Darkness
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Start of Darkness: Shiro's is shown in flashbacks and described Factions manual, Abaddon's is described in the Nightfall manual.
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Humans Are Special
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Humans Are Special: Played straight in the first campaigns, although it has been steadily averted from Eye of the North onward. As of the second game, many of the other races see humans as an old race in its decline, too caught up in their strange religion to move forward.
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Fungus Humongous
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Fungus Humongous: Echovald Forest. A non-mushroom fungus creature appears in certain dungeons as well
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Our Gods Are Different
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This is incorrect, the lore states that the Charr had magic long before the Humans even settled on Tyria (Ecology of the Charr lore). However, their magic was more natural and not powerful enough to combat the Humans, who were god-powered. This allowed the Humans to mount their first offense against the charr (before the Charr even knew what a Human was), purging Charr by the bucketload so that the greedy Humans could steal their lands. (Sound familiar?) One caste of the Charr tried to prove that they could out-magic humans only to learn that the human gods were still more powerful. After that, the charr turned to technology and atheism.
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Training Dummy
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Training Dummy: The wooden dummies in the tutorial. And a few "Students", I.E. Actual people, used to demonstrate various conditions and hexes for you. Most of them are "allied", though, to keep you from hitting them yourself. When you're the "Student of Burning", it may be time to switch your major.
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The Hero
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The Hero/The Medic: Mhenlo.
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11th-Hour Superpower
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11th-Hour Superpower: The Celestial Skills given to each character towards the end of Factions. And the "Breath of the Great Dwarf" skill you aquire in Eye of the North just before the final battle.
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Unexplained Recovery
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She got better.
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Battle Aura
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Battle Aura: Bosses have an aura indicating their profession.
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Jiggle Physics
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Jiggle Physics: Usually handled pretty realistically, however there are some monk statue monsters which use the same wireframes, animations and jiggle physics as female human monks.
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Cartography Sidequest
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Cartography Sidequest: You get titles for exploring the map. There is also a mapmaker in Maatu Keep that gives you a quest to visit five points in each explorable area of both the Jade Sea and Echovald Forest.
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GangsterLand
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Gangster Land: The war between the Am Fah gang and the Jade Brotherhood in Kaineng City.
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Clingy Jealous Girl
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Clingy Jealous Girl: Cynn, whenever Mhenlo talks to other female NPCs.
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Cain and Abel
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Cain and Abel: Balthazar, the God of War, finds an archnemesis in his half-brother Menzies, Lord of Destruction. Subverted with Togo and the Emperor in Factions. Had they both wanted the throne, they could have split Cantha into a civil war, but both were wise enough to sort out the succession issue, and both are fiercely devoted to each other still. At the climax of the Factions campaign, Togo gives his life to save his half-brother from Shiro Tagachi.
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One Steve Limit
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One Steve Limit: Originally averted then played straight: There were initially two bone dragons named Rotscale: one as a level 21 boss in Sanctum Cay, the other as a level 30 bone dragon in Majesty's Rest who technically wasn't a boss despite his high level and proper name. They eventually changed the Sanctum Cay version to just be named "Bone Dragon", and made the Majesty's Rest version a lot more powerful (while still not technically a boss as the game defines the term, he has a massive 17700 hp, drops a unique item, and has a quest involving killing him.)
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Mysterious Backer
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Mysterious Backer: The Order of Whispers and their Master himself, in Nightfall. The player character even lampshades it. "I don't trust you or your Order, but we have a common enemy, so I'll help you."
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Early-Bird Cameo
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Early-Bird Cameo: Two out of six Elder Dragons of Guild Wars 2 show up in Eye Of The North in their resting state : Kralkatorrik can be found sleeping in Grothmar Wardowns, and Primordus is resting in the Great Destroyer's chamber in the form of a giant statue.
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Incredibly Lame Puns: Kai Ying's dialogue in Factions. Especially the Elementalist beginner quests.
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Gradual Grinder: Rangers and Mesmers.
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Jungle Japes: Maguuma and the Tarnished Coast.
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The Minion Master: Minion Master Necromancer character builds. Ritualists can also summon minions. However, their Spirits, while they don't require corpses, are stationary. Ritualists also have the Spawning Power attribute, which boosts the health of all summoned creatures. "Summoned Creatures" includes Necromancer minions, so a Ritualist can dabble in Necromancer-style minion mastery as well. With mixed success.
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We Buy Anything: While true, there are special supply-and-demand-based merchants who offer floating, but usually better prices for specific types of items. Rare scroll traders, rune traders, and material and rare material traders. Any of these will offer you better prices for items in their category than "ordinary" merchants.
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Sequence Breaking: In the Prophecies campaign, players can choose to "run" through certain, long, difficult explorable regions to reach cities earlier instead of playing the missions. Factions outright prevents this, and Nightfall comes in between, allowing players to explore but not permitting them to perform missions out of order. You can get max weapons and armor very early though. For instance, in Nightfall, it's common for experienced players who have just created a new character to obtain a "ferry" to a certain mission outpost (Consulate Docks) where a NPC trader offering max armor is available, so that their new character can equip with the best possible armor at the start of the game. "Ferries" can also be obtained to the Factions campaign, as max armor and weapons are also to be had in Kaineng Center. With Eye of the North, you can experience the EOTN storyline even before you complete more than half of the missions in any campaign, all of which occur before the EOTN story. Many players choose to do this in order to get the necromancer hero Livia, who is a key component of the multi-necromancer-hero "Sabway" and "Discordway" skill builds. There was actually a glitch that sent players a couple missions ahead of time. Naturally this would lead to some confusion - because in the mission they started in, they're helping the white mantle...then in the apparent next mission, they're trying to subvert the White Mantle.
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Doomy Dooms of Doom: The old god of Death, Dhuum. Suffice it to say that Grenth is the nice one.
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This last was reduced when they set a limit on "PvE-only" skills; now you can have a max of four elites, and temporarily more if you utilize some of the skill-stealing moves right.
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You Mean "Xmas": Wintersday, which features a battle between Dwayna (goddess of life) and Grenth (god of death) in the form of a Snowball Fight. And Grenth's minions are very much Dr. Seuss/Grinch inspired. And the whole purpose of the Dwayna vs. Grenth battle is inspired by, of all things, Groundhog Day (no, not that one).
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Was Once a Man: The Undead, Afflicted and Margonites.
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Gondor Calls for Aid
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Item Crafting: Not as much crafting them yourself as having the right materials for the crafter to make something out of.
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Everything Trying to Kill You: One would think that the monsters roaming around the world would prefer the other extant fauna, rather than consistently taking on the heavily-armed adventurers. At some points, they do - mobs of different kinds of monsters or different affiliations will - if no adventurers are present - beat on each others. Most amusing to behold. It's also a good tactic for players to allow rival enemy mobs to fight it out in areas where it would otherwise be difficult to fight one's way through the swarms of enemies. Sometimes, but only with certain mobs, the friend or foe logic seems to bug out. One of the most common locations for this to happen is the Fissure of Woe, Where the Shadow army occasionally starts fighting itself, and a few specific groups are always hostile to others of the Shadow army.
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 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Dangerous Deserter / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Dark World / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Death Is a Slap on the Wrist / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Death Mountain / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Decade Dissonance / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Degraded Boss / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Deity of Human Origin / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Dem Bones / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Designated Villain / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Desperation Attack / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Development Gag / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Difficult, but Awesome / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Difficulty Spike / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Digging to China / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Disc-One Final Dungeon / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Dishing Out Dirt / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Don't Fear the Reaper / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Doomed by Canon / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Doomed Hometown / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Door to Before / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Down the Drain / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Dracolich / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Dressing as the Enemy / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Dual Wielding / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Dude, Where's My Respect? / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Duel Boss / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Dug Too Deep / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Dungeon Town / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Dying Curse / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Earn Your Title / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Easing into the Adventure / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Easy Level Trick / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Egomaniac Hunter / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Elemental Armor / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Elemental Embodiment / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Elite Mooks / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Empathy Doll Shot / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Enemy Mime / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Enemy Summoner / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Escort Mission / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Everything's Better with Plushies / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Everything's Deader with Zombies / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Evil Chancellor / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Evil Is One Big, Happy Family / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Expansion Pack Past / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Expansion Pack World / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Exponential Potential / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Exposed to the Elements / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Face-Design Shield / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Fantastic Nuke / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Fantastic Rank System / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Fantastic Slurs / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Fantasy Counterpart Culture / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Fantasy World Map / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Far East / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Fear Is the Appropriate Response / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Fetch Quest / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Fighting for a Homeland / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Filler / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Fire and Brimstone Hell / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Flaming Sword / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Flash Step / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Flat-Earth Atheist / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Floating Continent / int_65bdba4b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Flying Seafood Special / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
For Great Justice / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Forced Tutorial / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Full-Boar Action / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Fun with Autocensors / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Fungus Humongous / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Gadgeteer Genius / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Gang Up on the Human / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Garden Garment / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
General Ripper / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Generic Doomsday Villain / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Genocide Backfire / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Ghostly Goals / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Giant Hands of Doom / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Giant Space Flea from Nowhere / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Giant Spider / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
God Guise / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
God Is Good / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
God Save Us from the Queen! / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Going Through the Motions / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Good Powers, Bad People / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Great Offscreen War / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Green Hill Zone / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Grimy Water / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Guest-Star Party Member / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Guilt-Free Extermination War / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Gut Punch / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Hailfire Peaks / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Halfway Plot Switch / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Harping on About Harpies / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Head Bob / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Heads I Win, Tails You Lose / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Heal Thyself / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Healer Signs On Early / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Healing Potion / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Hell / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Hell Is War / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Hellgate / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Helmets Are Hardly Heroic / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Herd-Hitting Attack / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Hidden Backup Prince / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Hide Your Children / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
High Collar of Doom / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Hold the Line / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Holy Hand Grenade / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Hopeless Boss Fight / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Hopeless War / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Hub City / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Humans Are White / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Humans by Any Other Name / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
I Am Not Left-Handed / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
I Call It / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
I Can't Hear You / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
I Don't Like the Sound of That Place / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
I Have No Son! / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
I Like Those Odds / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
I Meant to Do That / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
I Miss Mom / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
I Surrender, Suckers / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Ice Magic Is Water / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Impassable Desert / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Impossibly-Low Neckline / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
In the End, You Are on Your Own / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Indy Escape / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Inexplicable Treasure Chests / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Interface Screw / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Involuntary Group Split / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Invulnerable Civilians / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
It's All Upstairs from Here / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
It's Easy, So It Sucks! / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
It's Up to You / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Javelin Thrower / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Joke Item / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Just Before the End / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Kappa / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
King Mook / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Klingon Promotion / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Kneel Before Zod / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Knife Nut / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Knight in Shining Armor / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Kraken and Leviathan / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Laughably Evil / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Left-Justified Fantasy Map / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Legendary in the Sequel / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Lesser of Two Evils / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Lethal Lava Land / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Level Grinding / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Level-Map Display / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Level Scaling / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Lightbulb Joke / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Living Statue / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Look on My Works, Ye Mighty, and Despair! / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Lord British Postulate / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Luck-Based Mission / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Luckily, My Shield Will Protect Me / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Luke Nounverber / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Mage Killer / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Magic Knight / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Magic Plastic Surgery / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Magic Wand / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Magicians Are Wizards / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Magikarp Power / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Magitek / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Mana Drain / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Manual Misprint / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Marathon Level / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Master of Illusion / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Master of One Magic / int_65bdba4b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Master Race / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Maximum HP Reduction / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Medieval European Fantasy / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Meditation Powerup / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Mega City / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Mentor Occupational Hazard / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Merchant City / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Mexican Standoff / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Michael Jackson's / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Minus World / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Mirror Boss / int_65bdba4b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Mirror World / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Missing Secret / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Mole Men / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Mook Maker / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Mordor / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
My Country, Right or Wrong / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
My Death Is Just the Beginning / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
My Nayme Is / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Mysterious Backer / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Mystical High Collar / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Nature Spirit / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Nay-Theist / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Necromancer / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Needle in a Stack of Needles / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Nerf / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Never Heard That One Before / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Night of the Living Mooks / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Ninja / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Ninja Run / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
No Blood Ties / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
No Flow in CGI / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
No Range Like Point-Blank Range / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Noble Top Enforcer / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Noob Cave / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Not Evil, Just Misunderstood / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Not-So-Harmless Villain / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Not-So-Safe Harbor / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Not Using the / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Nude-Colored Clothes / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Obstructive Bureaucrat / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Obvious Judas / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Occupiers Out of Our Country / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Oh My Gods! / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Old Save Bonus / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Ominous Floating Castle / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
One-Gender Race / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
One-Handed Zweihänder / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
One-Liner, Name... One-Liner / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
One Side of the Story / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
One Size Fits All / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
One-Time Dungeon / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Only Smart People May Pass / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Open-Ended Boss Battle / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Ornamental Weapon / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Orphaned Punchline / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Our Centaurs Are Different / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Our Dwarves Are All the Same / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Our Gargoyles Rock / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Our Genies Are Different / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Our Giants Are Bigger / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Our Gnomes Are Weirder / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Our Goblins Are Different / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Our Humans Are Different / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Our Liches Are Different / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Our Ogres Are Hungrier / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
PVP Balanced / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Padded Sumo Gameplay / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Panda-ing to the Audience / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Panthera Awesome / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Pardon My Klingon / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Path of Inspiration / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Perpetually Static / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Pet Monstrosity / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Phantom Zone / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Physical Religion / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Pick-Up Group / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Pillar of Light / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Pirate Girl / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Planet England / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Plant Person / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Play the Game, Skip the Story / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Player Versus Environment / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Player-Generated Economy / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Plot Coupon That Does Something / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Poorly Disguised Pilot / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Post-Script Season / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Power Equals Rarity / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Power Floats / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Power Gives You Wings / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Power Makes Your Voice Deep / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Power Nullifier / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Practical Currency / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Pre-Order Bonus / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Press X to Die / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Projectile Spell / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Prolonged Prologue / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Propaganda Machine / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Prophecy Twist / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Proud Warrior Race / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Psychopomp / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Pumpkin Person / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Purely Aesthetic Gender / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Purely Aesthetic Glasses / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Qipao / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Rainbow Pimp Gear / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Raising the Steaks / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Real-Time Weapon Change / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Reality Bleed / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Really Was Born Yesterday / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Rebellious Princess / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Recurring Traveller / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Redshirt Army / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Religion Is Magic / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Religion of Evil / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
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Remixed Level / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Repeatable Quest / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Required Party Member / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Resurrection Sickness / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Ribcage Ridge / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Ride the Lightning / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Ridiculously Cute Critter / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Ridiculously Difficult Route / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
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Rings of Death / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Robe and Wizard Hat / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Rock Monster / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Ruins for Ruins' Sake / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
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Run, Don't Walk / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
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Run or Die / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Saharan Shipwreck / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Sai Guy / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Sand Worm / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Sarashi / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Scam Religion / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Schizophrenic Difficulty / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Schrödinger's Gun / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Science Fantasy / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Scunthorpe Problem / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Sdrawkcab Name / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Secret War / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Self-Fulfilling Prophecy / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Sequel Difficulty Drop / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Sequel Difficulty Spike / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Sequence Breaking / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Sexy Scandinavian / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Shifting Sand Land / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Shocking Defeat Legacy / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Showgirl Skirt / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Shrine to Self / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Silliness Switch / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Sinister Scythe / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Situational Sword / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
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Skill Point Reset / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Sliding Scale of Linearity vs. Openness / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Slippy-Slidey Ice World / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Slow Transformation / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Snake People / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
So Last Season / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Soldier vs. Warrior / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Solo Class / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Sorting Algorithm of Threatening Geography / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Sorting Algorithm of Weapon Effectiveness / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Soul Jar / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Spawn Broodling / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Spike Shooter / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Spin to Deflect Stuff / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Squishy Wizard / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Standard Status Effects / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Standing Between the Enemies / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Statuesque Stunner / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Stealth-Based Mission / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Stone Wall / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Strange Minds Think Alike / int_65bdba4b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Strength Equals Worthiness / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Stupid Sacrifice / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Summon Backup Dancers / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Summon Bigger Fish / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Super-Deformed / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Support Party Member / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
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Swamps Are Evil / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
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Tagalong Reporter / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
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Team Switzerland / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
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Tengu / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
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That One Achievement / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
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That One Sidequest / int_65bdba4b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
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That's No Moon! / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
The Assimilator / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
The Big Bad Shuffle / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
The Caligula / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
The Chosen One / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
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The Emperor / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
The End of the World as We Know It / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
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The Evil Prince / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
The Four Gods / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
The Goomba / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
The Great Wall / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
The Grim Reaper / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
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The Magnificent / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
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The Man in the Moon / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
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The Minion Master / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
The Paragon / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
The Red Mage / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
The Remnant / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
The Siege / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
The Spymaster / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
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The Theocracy / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
The Very Definitely Final Dungeon / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
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The Wise Prince / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Third-Person Seductress / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
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This Cannot Be! / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
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This Is Not a Drill / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
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Thriving Ghost Town / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
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Timed Mission / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Token Evil Teammate / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Training Dummy / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
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Trap Master / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Trojan Prisoner / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
True Sight / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Turns Red / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Turtle Power / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
20 Bear Asses / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Twin Threesome Fantasy / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Underground Monkey / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Unsafe Haven / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Useless Useful Spell / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Utopia Justifies the Means / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
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Vagina Dentata / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
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Vendor Trash / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Victoria's Secret Compartment / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Video Game Cruelty Punishment / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Video Game Caring Potential / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Villain with Good Publicity / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
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Virtual Paper Doll / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
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Vulnerable Civilians / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
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Wake-Up Call Boss / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
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Warp Whistle / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
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Waterfall into the Abyss / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
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We Buy Anything / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
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Weak, but Skilled / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
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Whatevermancy / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
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When I Was Your Age... / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
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When Trees Attack / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
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White Mage / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
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Who Would Want to Watch Us? / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
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Why Isn't It Attacking? / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
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Wide-Eyed Idealist / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Wingdinglish / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Womb Level / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
World of Badass / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
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World Sundering / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
World-Wrecking Wave / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Wreathed in Flames / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Written by the Winners / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
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Wrong Side All Along / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Wutai / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
You Call That a Wound? / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
You Can't Handle the Parody / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
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You Can't Thwart Stage One / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
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You Mean / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
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You Said You Would Let Them Go / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
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You Will Not Evade Me / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Your Other Left / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Zettai Ryouiki / int_2a04866b
 GuildWars
sameAs
Guild Wars (Video Game)
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Cliché Storm / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Chunky Updraft / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Law of Chromatic Superiority / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Metagame / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
Multishot / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
The Horde / int_2a04866b
 Guild Wars (Video Game)
hasFeature
The Order / int_2a04866b