Guild Wars 2 World Records Community News
The latest record achieved is a 9 minute duo of the Ascalonian Catacombs, Path 1.
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03/08/13 - Major Update: Today Guild Wars 2 World Records went through a major update to revert it from being completely forum based to a community website with forums. Updates and upcoming changes include:
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Guild Wars 2 News
The latest game update was on Friday, May 3, 2013.
Quick synopsis: Bug fixes.
Current game build: 18,120
Trouble is brewing on the tropical island of Southsun Cove.
Game Releases - May 14, 2013
The merchants and traders of The Consortium have given shelter to refugees driven from their lands by the Molten Alliance, but many of these new arrivals feel more like prisoners than guests. With the new settlers on the verge of rioting and someone—or something—driving the local wildlife to new heights of aggression, it’s up to you and Lionguard Inspector Kiel to quell the violence and discover the Secret of Southsun!
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Using Line of Sight to your Advantage in GW2 is a short, quick and concise guide that details how to use/abuse the line of sight game merchanic in Guild Wars 2 to your advantage!
From the guide: "Line of sighting is an AI feature that is (ab)used by players that want to do stuff faster. It occurs when ranged foes do not have a line of sight, and their attacks are obstructed. As a reaction, they will move themselves the shortest possible distance in order for them to have a clear line of sight and be able to hit you. This means that if your entire party is standing right around a corner, all your casters will run in and stack on the corner. Melee foes obviously run in anyway. This has as a result that you have your entire mob a weaponswing away from you, stacked on top of each other when the technique is used properly." Read more...