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Winds of Change Wrap-Up

Discussion in 'GW2 General Discussions' started by Zosimus, Feb 14, 2012.

  1. Zosimus

    Zosimus Grand Inquisitor
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    Posted today 2/14/12 on Arenanet's blog by John Stumme.


    As current GW1 players knows this is a close of the Winds of Change story. I'm still finishing my story up in GW1 and have been enjoying it. If you havent tried this in GW1 please do. It's really fun and enjoyable.

    Guild Wars 2 Stratics Staff hopes all the fans and players enjoy this link and we thank John Stumme and ArenaNet for sharing this information.


    Please check the link below.

    Winds of Change Wrap-Up – ArenaNet Blog


    For the click link impaired:

    Winds of Change Wrap-Up

    By John Stumme February 14th, 2012

     
  2. Zosimus

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    Commented over at Massively.....


    GW2 Stratics staff gives a thumbs up and a thank you to Massively for keeping the GW1 fans up to date.



    ArenaNet closes the book on Guild Wars' Winds of Change | Massively

    ArenaNet closes the book on Guild Wars' Winds of Change

    by Jef Reahard [​IMG] on Feb 14th 2012 8:00PM
    Fantasy, Guild Wars, MMO industry, News items, Guild Wars 2, Free-to-play
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    If you missed the Winds of Change arc that's bridging the gap between Guild Wars and Guild Wars 2, now's a great time to head to the official ArenaNet blog to catch up. The devs have provided a handy summary post and a bit of an explanation for their narrative goals as both Guild Wars and its highly anticipated sequel move forward.

    ArenaNet also acknowledges the community feedback regarding the difficulty of the Winds of Change content, and the firm says that initially "the difficulty was getting in the way of people enjoying the story, making it far more of a slog than we'd intended and actively undermining their enjoyment of it."

    Happily, recent updates have led to "major balance tweaks" and second looks at both normal and hard-mode content, so if you were frustrated before, it's worth your time to give it another go.