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Final Guild Wars 2 profession
posted at November 28, 2012 12:41 AM EST
First: November 26, 2012
Last: February 20, 2013
Certainly I saved the best for last: the eighth and final Guild Wars 2 profession. I'd considered conducting a full rundown of the Mesmer, and you guys. Seriously. Did the truth is the flood of data around? I could devote all of today's column and many of next week's towards Mes whilst still being not cover it all. ArenaNet certainly finished that one with a bang. The developers gave nine separate interviews to numerous news outlets, answered hundreds of questions by 50 percent Q&A events, not to mention started everything with all the full details and a pack of skill videos by pointing out Mesmer.
Shawn and I also went on the class that has to buy cheap guild wars 2 gold a fine-toothed comb from the premiere episode of Guildcast on Gamebreaker TV (every Thursday night at 9:00 p.m. EST, buyers ., I ordered a brand new camera; it must be here Tuesday).
ArenaNet assemble a web link roundup directing one to each of the information, so I won't repeat that here. Let me, however, give my own first impressions from the Mesmer.
Frankly, this can be going to be the class I watch with the most interest, even when it isn't near the top of my must-play list. It's interesting to find out how ArenaNet has clarified the Mesmer's role from Guild Wars 1. The Mesmer was infamous for a long time to get a confusing class not just for enemies but for allies also. It turned out a painful class to understand in GW1, with abilities so subtle occasionally that people dismissed the class to useless. It had been a shame, so that it makes me happy that the situation is a tad clearer in GW2.
However, I still think it's going to one which has a big learning curve. I anticipate the typical number of gamers dismissing it a worthless or underpowered class since they didn't take the time to learn it well. Individuals who stick to it long enough to qualify to perfect it will be... well, if I PvPed, they'd really do the ones I ran clear of most often and with the greatest enthusiasm.