Category: Guild Wars 2 Official

The ArenaNet Streaming Schedule for the Week of March 27

We’ve partnered up with some our fans to showcase their creative and exciting Guild Wars 2-inspired content on the official Guild Wars 2 Twitch channel. Check out next week’s schedule below!

Streams for the Week of March 27

Monday, March 27

The Pugventures of Lua and Bunnies (by Luality) (English)
3:00 PM Pacific Time (UTC-7)
Lua takes on raid bosses with pick-up groups. Are you one of them? You could be!

Wednesday, March 29

GuildNews Podcast (by Sputti) (German)
10:00 AM Pacific Time (UTC-7)
The week in review with the GuildNews crew.

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The Guild Wars 2 Art Show (by Landylachs)(English)
Noon Pacific Time (UTC-7)
Landylachs is back on the Art Show sharing her creative talents with you! You can also find all the previously created artworks on the Guild Wars 2 Art Show Flickr Album.

Thursday, March 30

BogOtter takes on the return of Super Adventure Box (by BogOtter)(English)
9:00 AM Pacific Time (UTC-7)
Join the Otterman Empire and watch Bog tackle the long-awaited return of the Super Adventure Box.

Pachy SAB Party! (by AuroraPeachy)(English)
10:00 AM Pacific Time (UTC-7)
Play, discuss, and learn all about Guild Wars 2 with AuroraPeachy and an extremely knowledgeable and friendly community!

Thursday, March 30

Weekly ESL 1v1 – EU (by Jebro)(English)
Noon Pacific Time (UTC-7)
Jebro is back with another installment of the weekly European ESL 1 versus 1 tournament.

Return of SAB Party (by Raychul)(English)
3:00 PM Pacific Time (UTC-7)
Super Adventure Super Showcase!

SAB Shenanigans (by Kamirose)(English)
6:30 PM Pacific Time (UTC-7)
Watch a first-timer try out the Super Adventure Box.

Saturday, April 1

RonClaude vs. Tribulation Mode (by RonClaude)(German)
2:00 AM Pacific Time (UTC-7)
Watch an SAB veteran with all but one achievements completed take on tribulation mode!

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March 2017 Community Showcase

Welcome to the community showcase, where we celebrate our favorite projects, activities, and other fan works created by Guild Wars 2 players. Read on to check out some of the amazing fan works on display in the Community Showcase Live livestream, and tune in monthly on the official Guild Wars 2 Twitch channel for even more player contributions!

Skilled animator TerminalMontage made an awesome Super Adventure Box video to get everyone ready for the festival’s return!

Jyl’s incredible character portraits say a great deal about the subjects in a single frame.

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Fern hounds don’t seem to mind the snow—this detailed figure by Jasmine Law is still sporting gorgeous foliage.

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Matt Lara submitted this beautiful tribute to his characters. We hope to see you in Tyria again, Matt!

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This collection of Guild Wars 2 player characters looks super cute in Dawnsketch’s distinctive style.

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We love seeing fans’ works of art, creativity, and community organization from around the world. Keep up the excellent work! Hungry for more Guild Wars 2 fan projects? Ready to show off your own? Head to the official Guild Wars 2 Tumblr and read up on the submission guidelines! You can submit your works via the Guild Wars 2 Tumblr, by tweeting @GuildWars2, or in a post on the official Community Creations subforum.

Check out the recording below to see all the fan works in this month’s episode of Community Showcase Live!

Reel In a Mini Floppy Fish Today!

While I’m clearing out these storerooms, I’d just like to let you know that I’ve found seventeen piles of bloodstone dust, a broken pirate hook, a princess doll who tried to order me out of “her” crate, a bag full of other bags, and a litter of black kittens. Fortunately, I’ve found homes for all of it—apart from the pirate hook.

  • Mini Krytan Floppy Fish

    I’ve heard of a fish out of water, but this is absurd. Thanks to certain, uh…proprietary advancements in magic, we’ve got a genuine Krytan* bass here that’ll follow you wherever you go.

  • Hallo-what?

    Hey, a year is a long time to wait between holidays. Trick-or-treat yourself to some of your spooky favorites, which I’ll be stocking periodically throughout the week. Keep checking back!

  • Available Now in the Gem Store!

    Log into Guild Wars 2 and press ‘O’ to access the Black Lion Trading Company for these great offers and more!

*Bass are ethically sourced from Lake Doric. The Black Lion Trading Company is not responsible for injury, death, or bloodstone corruption resulting from handling or eating your Mini Floppy Fish.

The ArenaNet Streaming Schedule for the Week of March 20

We’ve partnered up with some our fans to showcase their creative and exciting Guild Wars 2-inspired content on the official Guild Wars 2 Twitch channel. Check out next week’s schedule below!

Streams for the Week of March 20

Wednesday, March 22

GuildNews Podcast (by Sputti) (German)
11:00 AM Pacific Time (UTC-7)
The week in review with the GuildNews crew.

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The Guild Wars 2 Art Show (by Cookie)(English)
1:00 PM Pacific Time (UTC-7)
Our newest art show guest, Cookie, takes you on an artistic journey through his version of Tyria. You can also find all the previously created artworks on the Guild Wars 2 Art Show Flickr Album.

Thursday, March 23

Weekly ESL 1v1 – EU (by Jebro)(English)
Noon Pacific Time (UTC-7)
Jebro is back with another installment of the weekly European ESL 1 versus 1 tournament.

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Shield of the Goddess Is Now Available in the Gem Store!

I hate to admit it, but some of the best artisans I can commission hail from Divinity’s Reach. Humans love their spiritual aesthetics, but it seems like looking to Dwayna for artistic inspiration might be a bad idea after that whole Malchor incident. Well, whatever—it’s not my circus.

  • Shield of the Goddess

    Nothing says “impenetrable defense” like the downy softness of feathers, right? It’s sturdier than it looks, though, and practically guaranteed to not undergo seasonal molting.

  • Happy Pi Day!

    You didn’t think there’d be math involved, did you? Don’t worry, I’ve already calculated a 31.4% reduction on the price of Heroic Boosters, for today only. And for a limited time, I’m also stocking the Shadow Assassin Outfit, Mini Angry Chest, and Lion’s Arch Rebuild Dye Kit.

  • Available Now in the Gem Store!

    Log into Guild Wars 2 and press ‘O’ to access the Black Lion Trading Company for these great offers and more!

Community Showcase Live: March 2017

Join host Gaile Gray and her developer guest for the year’s first episode of Community Showcase Live on the official Guild Wars 2 Twitch channel! They’ll showcase artwork, fan projects, videos, and crafts, all created by the amazingly talented Guild Wars 2 community.

Community Showcase Live will air on Wednesday, March 15 at noon Pacific Time (UTC-7).

Item Disabled

Last Post: Mar 10, 2017 18:31

We have temporarily disabled the acquisition and/or use of the Siege Disabler item in order to correct a bug related to the item. We will re-enable the item as soon as the bug has been corrected.

The ArenaNet Streaming Schedule for the Week of March 13

We’ve partnered up with some our fans to showcase their creative and exciting Guild Wars 2-inspired content on the official Guild Wars 2 Twitch channel. Check out next week’s schedule below!

Streams for the Week of March 13

Tuesday, March 14

The Big Show (by Ashuvidz) (French)
1:00 PM Pacific Time (UTC-7)
Join Ashuvidz as he hunts down story achievements.

Wednesday, March 15

GuildNews Podcast (by Sputti) (German)
11:00 AM Pacific Time (UTC-7)
The week in review with the GuildNews crew.

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Community Showcase Live (by ArenaNet)(English)
Noon Pacific Time (UTC-7)
Gaile Gray presents community creations. Feeling inspired? Want a chance to be featured on the show yourself? Hop on over to Tumblr and submit your work.

Thursday, March 16

Good Morning, Tyria – Breakfast Stream! (by RejjaOnAir)(German)
2:00 AM Pacific Time (UTC-7)
Get ready for a hero’s daily morning routine! Let’s discover Tyria’s beauty together.

Saturday, March 18

PvP (by JoinJess)(English)
3:00 PM Pacific Time (UTC-7)
Join Jess—as the name suggests—and watch her take on challengers in an evening of PvP!

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Official Guild Wars 2 Merchandise from WeLoveFine!

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We’re pleased to announce that we’ve partnered with WeLoveFine to launch the official Guild Wars 2 merchandise store! Deck yourself and your real-life home instance out with shirts, hoodies, messenger bags, mousepads, and wall prints, featuring designs from both ArenaNet and the community artists whose Guild Wars 2 Fan Forge creations you’ve shown support for.

We also have apparel, prints, pins, and more available from iam8bit and Amazon. Upgrade your armor today!

Raven’s Spirit Glider Has Landed in the Gem Store!

Here at the Black Lion Trading Company, I pride myself on testing each of our new gliders—personally. For example, I personally volunteered one of my most vocal and forward-thinking employees to test this week’s arrival, so rest assured that it’s far more stable than it looks. As for my brave quality tester, he’s moved past his fear of heights and his fear of unemployment. Sometimes people just need a little push.

  • Raven’s Spirit Glider

    If you don’t have wings of your own, let a giant spirit raven carry you across the sky. Is the default plumage not doing it for you? Good news: you can dye it in two different colors. It turns out you can’t do that with actual ravens.*

  • Back in Stock!

    Now that the dust has settled in the jungle, I’m confident that I can bring back the Harbinger of Mordremoth Outfit without an angry mob rushing my door. Maybe. You can also pick up the Storm Bow skin for your favorite longbow. Flashy! Both are available for a limited time.

  • Available Now in the Gem Store!

    Log into Guild Wars 2 and press ‘O’ to access the Black Lion Trading Company for these great offers and more!

*The Black Lion Trading Company is not responsible for death or injury resulting from the mishandling of ravens. The Lion’s Arch–based Shiverpeaks Spiritual Center can provide you and your family with literature and training on the proper care and handling of ravens—both corporeal and ephemeral—upon request.

PvP League Season 6 Begins Today

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Get ready to prove your mettle as PvP League Season 6 begins today! Jump in and challenge your fellow players for glory and rewards.

We’ll see you in the Mists!

Sales in the Gem Store throughout March!

It’s time for a little spring cleaning, and you know what that means: you get to save big on whatever I feel like putting up for sale. It could be anything. It depends on which way the wind is coming off the harbor when I’m eating breakfast. It’s a leaf, tossing on the storm of my whims.

Check the store every day through March 31, because you never know what I’ll start knocking gems off the price of. I’m a wild man like that.

The ArenaNet Streaming Schedule for the Week of March 6

We’ve partnered up with some our fans to showcase their creative and exciting Guild Wars 2-inspired content on the official Guild Wars 2 Twitch channel. Check out next week’s schedule below!

Streams for the Week of March 6

Tuesday, March 7

Peachy Party (by AuroraPeachy) (English)
9:00 AM (UTC-8)
Learn all about Guild Wars 2 with AuroraPeachy and an extremely knowledgeable and friendly community!

The Big Show (by Ashuvidz) (French)
Noon Pacific Time (UTC-8)
Join Ashuvidz to hunt down those last map completion achievements. New players welcome!

Wednesday, March 8

GuildNews Podcast – Raid Special (by Sputti) (German)
10:00 AM Pacific Time (UTC-8)
The GuildNews team hosts guests from raiding guilds to talk in-depth about the current meta and new raid wing.

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The Guild Wars 2 Art Show (by DigiFlohw)(English)
Noon Pacific Time (UTC-8)
DigiFlohw is back on the art show with a new painting of a mesmer! Or is it all just an illusion? You can also find all the previously created artworks on the Guild Wars 2 Art Show Flickr Album.

Thursday, March 9

Good Morning, Tyria – Breakfast Stream! (by RejjaOnAir)(German)
1:00 AM Pacific Time (UTC-8)
Get ready for a hero’s daily morning routine! Let’s discover Tyria’s beauty together.

Weekly ESL 1v1 – EU (by Jebro)(English)
11:00 AM Pacific Time (UTC-8)
Shoutcaster extraoirdinaire Jebro will guide you through the weekly European ESL 1 versus 1 tournament.

Saturday, March 11

Tequatl Achievements (by JoinJess)(English)
4:00 PM Pacific Time (UTC-8)
There’s something in the water…but not for long! JoinJess and team will take on Tequatl and coordinate to complete achievements. New players are more than welcome!

Sunday, March 12

Tyrias Next Topmodel (by fashionfuchs)(German)
7:00 AM Pacific Time (UTC-8)
Do you have what it takes to dominate the runway? Join the stream, participate, and find out!

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Encounter Design: Tabletops and Chess

Hi, everyone! The raid team was informed that our previous blog on designing and building the Sabetha encounter was pretty popular, so here’s a look at how we created the newest raid, Bastion of the Penitent!

Conceptualizing the Mursaat Overseer

When we looked over the original documentation for this encounter, it became evident to the raid team that we iterate a lot. In the original pitch for Bastion of the Penitent, we wanted to do a giant maze similar to Proxemics Lab in Brisbane Wildlands, and this was the Maze Guardian. It was also originally going to be an event-style encounter like Siege the Stronghold in Forsaken Thicket. Ultimately, we decided a boss was more compelling.

We loosely based the encounter on a game of chess, which was an idea our concept artist Tsveta Komaticheva threw out during a tabletop meeting with the artists. During this meeting, we drew a 4-by-4 grid and explained the mechanics we wanted to build. One of the big mechanics was something we originally called “statue blast,” where along the room’s floor grid would be alcoves containing statues; the statues would light up periodically, shooting a devastating blast attack and killing any players in their path (yes, just like that scene from The Neverending Story).

We put so much emphasis on the grid that Tsveta said it was “like a game of chess”—an angle we hadn’t considered at all—and it helped us nail down the design of the encounter.

Tabletops

We previously mentioned the term “tabletop meeting,” so let’s talk about that. In these meetings, our team gets together to visualize the paper-designed mechanics the designers have in progress, which gives us an opportunity to provide early feedback.

We use dry-erase mats, markers, and an assortment of objects to show the flow of the encounter. Designers draw the boss room and move pieces around on the game board as they explain the mechanics. Then, others pose questions like, “How are you going to solve for X?” or “Would you be okay if players did this instead?”

For example, in their original design, the Claim, Protect, and Dispel skills were part of a transformation controlled by one player. During the tabletop, the feedback was that it would put too much pressure on a single player to control the entire game board. The special action skill was suggested as a solution, which removed the negative effects of losing your main skills and divided what was originally a single player’s role into three roles. It made sense, so we adjusted it before beginning implementation. This type of feedback from peers allows us to fix problems before we even build them.

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Here’s a photo of the Mursaat Overseer tabletop in progress. You can see how we used red- and blue-colored sticky notes to simulate players using the Claim skill on the arena’s floor tiles. During this particular iteration, we were explaining how the challenge-mote version works with the hidden sudoku puzzle in the background.

Constraints

All teams need to work within a bunch of constraints. For Bastion of the Penitent, the raid team decided to explore building four large bosses instead of a few smaller ones with events in between. It’s not possible to get more than two large creatures per release due to art resource constraints, so after settling on new models for the final two bosses, we had to figure out what model to use for the Mursaat Overseer.

Since our chess theme was so strong, we wondered if a creature completely devoid of animations would work. Dana MacDonald, one of our prop artists, cobbled together an inanimate model of Lazarus in less than an hour. We then hooked it up and grabbed the art leads to review it. After giving them some context for how the fight worked, they were satisfied with a creature that didn’t animate and we started production on the final version.

Teamwork!

Teamwork is the most important part of how the raid team operates. One of the most challenging aspects of this encounter was communicating the tile attacks, spear attacks, and challenge-mote effects without them covering each other up.

To achieve this, we started at the prop level for the floor tiles. Dana made the plates for the floor, weaving in the Eye of Janthir motif, and chose the color orange to signify when a tile was active. From there, we went to VFX Artist Franco Galletta for the spear attacks. We went back and forth on this to make sure it was obvious when a floor tile was claimed. Since the room no longer had alcoves and statues to create the attacks, we needed an alternative; we tried poison at one point, and then fire, but ultimately settled on spears. This also tied the theme together with Samarog.

Finally, Dana created the effects for the challenge-mote areas. He chose a contrasting blue that could float on top of orange tiles so they’d show through the spear effects without being covered up.

Fun Facts about Bastion of the Penitent!

Over the course of implementation, testing, and iteration, many elements of Bastion of the Penitent have changed from the original design documents.

  • The instance was originally themed around a tomb, not a prison.
  • One iteration of the tomb idea had an entire room of statues that would come to life, evoking a similar visual to the terra-cotta army of Qin Shi Huang.
  • Cairn the Indomitable’s Orbital Sweep was shown as a large, blue stick in early testing. Testers called it the “pool noodle” attack.
  • The internal name for the Mursaat Overseer was originally the Corrections Officer. It was eventually shortened to the “Chess Boss.”
  • The Mursaat Overseer took twice as long to design compared to other encounters because the designer spent a month leading a boot camp for new hires.
  • There are 1,222 spears in the map, for a total of 1.1 million triangles in spears alone!
  • There was no cinematic to introduce the shackled prisoner encounter—the cinematics team saw the model and asked us if they could make one.
  • The initial concept for the final boss involved players fighting the shackled prisoner, but the team felt it would be more interesting to humanize that character and instead fight the fearsome demon that imprisoned him.

That’s a look at the journey the raid team took to design and build one of the encounters in Bastion of the Penitent. Now, let the salt shake freely!

PvP League Season 6 Begins on March 7

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Return to the Mists and fight for glory in PvP League Season 6, beginning on 7 March and continuing through 1 May! In this season, losing a ranked season match with a score equal to or greater than 80% of the winning team’s score will award a Near Victory bonus worth two reward pips.

You can brush up on the changes to your favorite profession in the latest skill balance release notes.

Go Wild with Braham’s Bitterfrost Frontier Pack!

Well, well. Word has it that some young upstart cracked Jormag’s tooth in Hoelbrak. Any norn will tell you the one who nicks it is supposed to be some great hero who’ll lead them all to victory against the dragon. You want to know what I think? When you let a piece of bone sit in a dry hall while people throw things at it for over a hundred years, something’s eventually going to give.

  • Braham’s Bitterfrost Frontier Pack

    Here’s a deal worth howling over: a five-pack bundle of Braham’s Wolfblood Outfit, Eir’s Legacy Longbow, Mini Garm, a Total Makeover Kit, and 5 Frost Dye Kits.

  • Braham’s Pauldrons

    Make your armor combinations a little wilder with these fearsome shoulderguards.

  • Ka-Braham! Returning Items

    Don’t forget to pick up Braham’s Mace and Shield skins, Mini Braham Eirsson, and the Permanent Llama and Unicorn Finishers, available for a limited time! Braham’s Heavy Armor skin is also 20% off.

  • Available Now in the Gem Store!

    Log into Guild Wars 2 and press ‘O’ to access the Black Lion Trading Company for these great offers and more!

February 2017 Community Showcase

Welcome to the community showcase, where we celebrate our favorite projects, activities, and other fan works created by Guild Wars 2 players. Read on to check out some of the amazing fan works on display in the Community Showcase Live livestream, and tune in monthly on the official Guild Wars 2 Twitch channel for even more player contributions!

Queen Jennah stands with her people in this stirring pro-Kryta piece by clock.

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Lunara’s sculpture of Aurene may be smaller than the genuine article, but it’s just as cute!

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These sylvari are flying high in ruderubicante’s adorable art of their guildmates.

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We’d love to take ShdwBlood’s laser-cut coasters to our next moot! No kegs on the table, please. .

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Tehlu made a real quaggan backpack&emdash;perfect for toting around all of your tiny shrimp, seaweed balls, and calming seashells.

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Eidolon Orpheus composed this track in honor of a thief who is known among her enemies as “the Skipping Stone.” Visit the Tumblr post to read more about her!

We love seeing fans’ works of art, creativity, and community organization from around the world. Keep up the excellent work! Hungry for more Guild Wars 2 fan projects? Ready to show off your own? Head to the official Guild Wars 2 Tumblr and read up on the submission guidelines! You can submit your works via the Guild Wars 2 Tumblr, by tweeting @GuildWars2, or in a post on the official Community Creations subforum.

Check out the recording below to see all the fan works in this month’s episode of Community Showcase Live!

Level 80 boost item temporarily disabled

Last Post: Feb 25, 2017 13:54

Hello Tyrians,

We have temporarily disabled the Level 80 boost item to address an issue. While we investigate, players will still be able to purchase HoT and receive the level 80 boost item but won’t be able to use it.

Players who had just started using the boost to test their characters in the Silverwastes will be returned to their home (example: Divinity’s Reach for Humans etc) and the effects of the boost will be cancelled as if they had not yet used it.

We apologize for any inconvenience caused. Thank you for your patience and understanding while we are working on this. We will update this thread when the issue has been fixed and the boost has been re-enabled.

The Head of the Snake on Guild Chat: A Summary

On the latest episode of Guild Chat, host Rubi Bayer was joined by Living World Team Lead Andrew Gray and Game Designer Kirk Williford to talk about the fourth episode of Living World Season 3, The Head of the Snake.

Kirk said that it was a lot of fun creating the episode and the Lake Doric map because there’s a lot of history to draw from and many members of the team are fans of the original Guild Wars. Lake Doric is under siege by Caudecus Beetlestone’s White Mantle faction, and players must fight for control of three areas on the map with the help of Queen Jennah’s loyal Seraph. The battle lines move back and forth, giving players a reason to split up and fight in different events across the map. Andrew said that it was important for the Seraph patrols to be powerful so it would feel like players can assist and fight alongside a real army. They originally dropped Seraph NPCs from the core game into Lake Doric to let them try to fight it out. It didn’t end well.

The designers make a lot of events expecting players to approach them cautiously, but Andrew said they’ve found that players simply roll through, smashing everything. With that in mind, they developed the centaur camp as an area for players to smash to their hearts’ content. Centaurs have been hearing far too many players say that they can outrun them, Kirk said—now they have their revenge. The further players progress in the camp, the more likely they are to be stampeded by the ruthless herd.

Lake Doric still contains pockets of peace, which Andrew said was an intentional choice to underscore the need for normalcy in the midst of war and remind people what they’re fighting for. Kirk said that making the map feel “lived in” was important, because when war breaks out somewhere, it’s likely that people’s homes and lives are still there. The team wanted players to learn the story of Lake Doric beyond the conflict, and to have places to rest, because war is exhausting.

Queen Jennah showed some of her true strength in this episode, shielding Divinity’s Reach beneath a giant dome. She was determined not to be caught off guard like she was when Scarlet attacked the city. She has the capacity for ruthless efficiency, but Kirk said she hesitates to show it because she doesn’t want to be feared as a ruler.

Caudecus’s spinning room was created by Josh Foreman, and it has been in the game but inaccessible since the Guild Wars 2 launch. Andrew said that anything with Caudecus’s face on it is likely Josh’s “labor of love,” because Caudecus bears an uncanny resemblance to Environmental Art Lead Dave Beetlestone. Dave asked that they at least refrain from making a mask that looked like his face as a reward, which they promptly did anyway.

If you missed the episode, you can watch a recording below!

The ArenaNet Streaming Schedule for the Week of February 27

We’ve partnered up with some our fans to showcase their creative and exciting Guild Wars 2-inspired content on the official Guild Wars 2 Twitch channel. Check out next week’s schedule below!

Streams for the Week of February 27

Wednesday, March 1

GuildNews Podcast (by Sputti) (German)
10:00 AM Pacific Time (UTC-8)
The week in review with the GuildNews crew.

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The Guild Wars 2 Art Show (by Sayael)(English)
Noon Pacific Time (UTC-8)
Join Sayael in the making of a new character as she explains her creative process. You can also find all the previously created artworks on the Guild Wars 2 Art Show Flickr Album.

Thursday, March 2

Good Morning, Tyria – Breakfast Stream! (by RejjaOnAir)(German)
12:30 AM Pacific Time (UTC-8)
Get ready for a hero’s morning routine! Let’s discover Tyria’s beauty together.

Saturday, March 4

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JoinJess (by JoinJess)(English)
6:00 PM Pacific Time (UTC-8)
Jess discovers the latest Living World episode and completes the Episode 4 achievements!

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