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I made 80 a while ago and geared up into full exotic gear and thought I might as well jump into PvP. I have not played much of it yet and I am pretty much lost in what builds are good in current meta. I enjoy bursting stuff down, but whatever strong build works (condition, stealth or whatever is played).
Hey everyone, I have compiled a step by step guide to the new Mysterious Vine backpiece and I want to share this guide with you. It doesn't have many images at the moment but I will be adding them in in a bit.
You will need 400 in Artifice, Huntsman and Chef and 7 days unless you have a lot of gold since the food you need is time gated and can be only crafted once per day.
Video for those who want to see the effects: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nsH4Pxno0nM
So this discussion about sPvP will be a bit different. What do you guys think of sPvP from an entertainment/twitch perspective. What I mean by this is watching it on streaming channels and spectating.
Here are some questions to help you get started
While watching, what do you like most about it?
What do you like least?
What would you like stream channels do more of?
What kind of team comps are most fun to watch?
What kind of builds are most fun to watch?
What team comps/builds are least fun to watch?
I'm really interested to see what people have to say. I haven't seen too many people have discussions over the entertainment value of sPvP from a viewing/watching perspective
I've read the BIG comparsion, but i'm still hanging on a string. I find low lvl ele a bit dull but it's sure gonna shine higher lvls. What i want to do is: wvw, small scale, sometimes mist with zerg (mostly lvling i guess), spvp later when i know more about professions and what they can do.
My criterea is the following: be able to move around w/o long cd, be able to sustain some hits ( i don't want to be a guardian as an ele ofc but surviving some hits can help), and be able to deal with more than one person (if the tables are turned:1v2). IT could be ranged, it could be melee doesn't really matter. Already have a warrior, so that's of the table, also mesmer and ele, those are my other alts.
Ohh and one more thing i'm not the biggest fan of buildup damage, like the mesmer (clone+phantasm, it seems slow to me at least the buildup time). On the counterpart engi seems a lot of fun to play.
Just a week ago two quaggans came to live next to my house. They're the kindest couple. They are married the name of the husband is Bloomanoo and the wife's name is Peneloopee.
I've talked to them, since they're so gentle and they've told me that they've went through lots of hardships.
It seems that they're in a bad streak.
Should I be concerned?
So, Signet of the Beastmaster trait's original use has been removed (now all signets apply the effect to yourself).
Which of these traits would now be 'best'? I plan on using Longbow & Greatsword OR Longbow & Sword/Warhorn.
Predator's Onslaught: You and your pet deal bonus damage to enemies suffering from movement impeding abilities (Crippled, Chilled and Immobilize). The damage bonus is 10% for your self and 5% for your pet.
Read the Wind: Arrows velocity increases by 100%, and attack speed increases by 10%.