Neoseeker : News : ArenaNet details new Guild Wars 2 trait system and class traits, expected to arrive in April
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Lorx Mar 21, 14
Cool, this sounds like nothing but good news! Maybe this will finally allow them to let us save multiple setups, so I can have the traits I need for different builds I use without needing to respec every time. (Though at the very least, now it will be freeeeee)
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Crusad3r Mar 21, 14
Considering they'll let us respec traits every time we're out of combat, I don't think there will be any particular traits save system.

What I'm really looking forward to is more changes to WvW that are hinted at.
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DarkLordAkuma Mar 21, 14
I really don't get why they haven't added a quick-swap trait system. So, as many people have asked for, you can have your various builds on a tab that you can quickly swap to out of combat, rather then having to reallocate points every time you want to change.

In my opinion this stuff is a bit late, I was a big fan of Guild Wars 2 when it came out, but quickly became bored of it. I've dipped in many times over the past year every so often, play for a short while then quickly get bored again
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Crusad3r Mar 21, 14
quote DarkLordAkuma
In my opinion this stuff is a bit late, I was a big fan of Guild Wars 2 when it came out, but quickly became bored of it. I've dipped in many times over the past year every so often, play for a short while then quickly get bored again
It's very easy to get bored in GW2 if you're looking for something specific to do. The best way to play the game in PvE is to simply wander around on the maps, completing different event quests and such.

Otherwise, go do PvP, which is what this game is made for. Just make sure your internet connection and computer is sufficiently strong enough for it.
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DarkLordAkuma Mar 21, 14
quote Crusad3r
quote DarkLordAkuma
In my opinion this stuff is a bit late, I was a big fan of Guild Wars 2 when it came out, but quickly became bored of it. I've dipped in many times over the past year every so often, play for a short while then quickly get bored again
It's very easy to get bored in GW2 if you're looking for something specific to do. The best way to play the game in PvE is to simply wander around on the maps, completing different event quests and such.

Otherwise, go do PvP, which is what this game is made for. Just make sure your internet connection and computer is sufficiently strong enough for it.
The PVE is boring as sin. I don't get much enjoyment out of wandering around the same areas I've already been too and the "Dynamic" quest events that aren't really that dynamic at all.

I've done lots of PVP. I spent a good while doing sPvP and WvW. sPvP is ok but gets boring after a while, and WvW is just a massive zerg fest that's not really that interesting. I tried liking WvW, I really did, but when a game makes you feel like a tiny insignificant cog in a massive steam train of people, it kind of loses it's enjoyment in my opinion. Even with the inclusion of the new WvW map, it's still just a steam train zerg.
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Crusad3r Mar 21, 14
quote DarkLordAkuma
quote Crusad3r
quote DarkLordAkuma
In my opinion this stuff is a bit late, I was a big fan of Guild Wars 2 when it came out, but quickly became bored of it. I've dipped in many times over the past year every so often, play for a short while then quickly get bored again
It's very easy to get bored in GW2 if you're looking for something specific to do. The best way to play the game in PvE is to simply wander around on the maps, completing different event quests and such.

Otherwise, go do PvP, which is what this game is made for. Just make sure your internet connection and computer is sufficiently strong enough for it.
The PVE is boring as sin. I don't get much enjoyment out of wandering around the same areas I've already been too and the "Dynamic" quest events that aren't really that dynamic at all.

I've done lots of PVP. I spent a good while doing sPvP and WvW. sPvP is ok but gets boring after a while, and WvW is just a massive zerg fest that's not really that interesting. I tried liking WvW, I really did, but when a game makes you feel like a tiny insignificant cog in a massive steam train of people, it kind of loses it's enjoyment in my opinion. Even with the inclusion of the new WvW map, it's still just a steam train zerg.
I take my enjoyment out of WvW by solo/duo roaming and dueling people. Also ninjaing structures :3
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