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Add in blocks, pulls, knock downs, knock backs, wards, condition cleanse and blinds as well, so thats a few ways to deal with stuns: A hammer warrior will chain generally all of the 5 attacks, so if you dodge say Earthshaker, you might get hit with a Hammer Shock so they can line up Staggering Blow or Backbreaker. A good Hambow warrior will try to do all ...
The best I know of, is Malchor's Leap, at the Waypoint by Pagga's Post. If you head west, there is a cluster of Cypress Saplings as show below: I normally head north of the waypoint, then loop south west to the cluster of trees and make a quick sweep of all the trees in the area. I normally have 2 chars camped down there and make a sweep or two every ...
I found it in Garry's Mod addons file, it only opens when I'm playing the game, and doesn't seem to be harmful, but if you try to close it via task manager, it reopens in a few seconds to prevent the game from shutting down.
Yes, it does. As long as an item is being salvaged, it will give credit towards the salvage achievements. The item which you use to do this doesn't matter.
There are three things you can do : dodge when you see it coming stability to prevent its effect stun-breaker when you didn't react in time or have no other options The best way to find out how it looks like is to try it yourself, this way you will know exactly how it looks like. You can create a new character warrior and go to the PvP zone and try it ...
This screen is the best I could do. It was taken from the eastern edge of the Snaff Memorial Lab, just outside the Rata Sum cube on the southwest side.
Farming the events in The Silverwastes is the fastest way I've found. As the events chain together back to back, you can get lots of bonus chests for completing these events and also some crests for failing some of the events. So go find a fort and hang out there, helping dolyaks, defending the fort and also rebuilding walls. You can roam away from the fort ...
One suggestion I got from someone in-game was Greatest Of All Time Indicating a player who was playing really well. So there was too much goating in that match could mean there were several players in a PvP match that were untouchable. I just can't remember what context I heard it in.
It's something I rarely hear, but associated with multiplayer online games (especially PvP in with objectives) it usually means scapegoating. Now I haven't played a lot of GW2 but in WoW PvP or LoL matches you sometimes accuse someone of goating if he blames another teammate or his internet connection. For the term "He's a professional goat"... well I've ...
As Vael has already answered, there is no difference in stats between a Legendary and an Ascended weapon. They do the same damage and have the same level of bonuses. The main difference is that Legendaries have "fancier" visual effects (such as the skin, footprints, animations, particle effects) and that, when you're out of combat, you can double-click the ...
The accepted answer above covers everything pretty well, this is just something extra I picked up myself. If you spend a lot of your time grinding dungeons, you might have a fair amount of dungeon tokens in your wallet. A handy way of turning tokens into gold is buy dungeon weapons and salvage them with Black Lion salvage kits. You'll get some pretty ...
There is no difference in the stat bonuses that a legendary will give vs. ascended. The benefits of the legendary are the visual effects, prestige, and ability to change your stats at will. (out of combat)
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