This world in Guild Wars 2 will continue to expand over time

Last weekend we were shown that this world in Guild Wars 2 will continue to expand over time, as new threats crawl out of the cracks.  Some threats in the world of Tyria are just animals found in the wild and small in size.  Others are mighty warrior centaurs and other opposing factions.  But the really exciting enemies are the big ones.  The giants and the dragons being the largest.  Well, one should get excited from fighting them anyways.

I spent a ton of my time playing video games.  Defeating goombas and slaying ninjas became an everyday activity.  But I lived for the boss fights!  It doesn’t matter what genre of game of you play, the big boss is always waiting around the corner  to put your skills to the ultimate tests.  With ArenaNet throwing dragons into Guild Wars 2, you will fight against one of the most powerful creatures in fantasy.  For me, the larger the enemy is, the more rewarding it is to bring them down.

The first time I faced off against a dragon it was an exciting experience, but when I ventured off to slay the other dragons they didn’t seem so tough.  Here I was fighting a dragon that could alter the very ground I stood on just be flying above it.  Why was this dragon standing on the ground so much?  Why was I able to stay alive so easily during the fight?  I’m fighting a great beats called the Shatterer!  My character should /wetpants whenever the dragon looks in its general direction!

Taking a space on the uncommon slots, the first outfit is the Queen’s Guard uniform: perfect attire for kick-starting a summer of regal rejoicing. The full set encompasses a Queen’s Guard hat, shirt, trousers, shoes and staff. It’s everything a stalwart defender of royalty might need to perform their duties admirably. Resting on selected rare slots, the second outfit is altogether more exotic and mysterious – a set of Dragon Ceremonial clothes. Made in honour of the Queen Black Dragon, this elusive set consists of a Dragon Ceremonial Hat, Breastplate, Greaves, Boots and Cape. We’re sure you’ll agree, they look as formidable as they do beautiful! And, as if that wasn’t cool enough, when you complete a costume, not only will you look awesome, but you’ll also be given the option to re-colour the outfits once equipped!

Re-colouring is a first for cosmetic items of this nature, and it’s a big reason we think that these outfits will be so desirable.As there are 10 cosmetic items in total up for grabs, we’re also pleased to announce that you’ll no longer need to worry about winning the same unique cosmetic item more than once. If you’re fortunate enough to snag one of these items, it will always be one you don’t have yet. One last thing! Don’t forget that RuneScape members get 3 spins on the Squeal of Fortune instead of 2 for every day they log-in during Mad May. Since May isn’t over yet, you can maximise your chances of bagging the goodies above by making sure you’re still subscribed.

 

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