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Is there a global storage in Guild Wars 2 like in Guild War where all your characters have access to it? It seems like a functionality that would naturally be there but I have yet to find it yet.

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The major cities each provide access to a bank which is 30 slots (you can increase this) shared by all characters on your account.

You need to either travel to a bank manually or use one of the Freemium items that allow bank access from the middle of anywhere.

Additionally, your collections storage of crafting materials (max 250 of each crafting material) is global to your account -- and you can access that (and your bank) from any crafting station.

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Hmm do you know what the icon the banks have on the map? –  Jay Apr 28 '12 at 20:12
    
@Jay the bank in divinity is on the second level near the city center in case you can't find it –  z ' Apr 28 '12 at 20:14
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Also remember to right click your materials and click 'send to collection' to automatically store them in your materials storage! –  DavidYell Apr 30 '12 at 12:16
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It's also worth nothing that you can get access to your bank from any crafting station. –  cloudymusic Sep 19 '12 at 16:10
    
another tip. You can form your own personal guild (costs 1 silver) and have your characters in there (remember to 'represent' the guild). After you accumulate like 600 guild points or so, you get your own personal guild bank! (you can be in up to 5 guilds at the same time so you don't have to leave your guild for this, just 'represent' your guild, log in with all your characters every day for 10 guild points each. Then you can represent your normal guild again) –  Rodolfo Sep 19 '12 at 21:10
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