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Originally posted by Incomparable Paul, I think that needs better explaining. One of the biggest problems anyone will have with gw2 is the new learning curve away from being familiar to WoW ones. Also when figuring things out and actually needing a guide since things are not intuitive enough to guess easily on how certain things work in gw2. Also it's a game with a cash shop. I'm guessing the cash shop when used allows for more customization. I don't know much about gw2, but I'm interested to know about their customization since when i tried it out I had the same feeling.
AHH - you don't need the CS for that - all items for the mystic forge cana be gotten in game. CS is a convenience is all.
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Hmm apparently you didn't google because they're alot out there. And its not so obvious to get some only come from faction choices. Other only come from actual quest choices. And most come from pvp and wvw followed by dungeons. Also map completion has a chance at rare skins as well. They don't just give it to you if that is really what your looking for it. Nope you gotta earn it so get it there. This link you can look at the skins and then google the where abouts of the skin easy enough.
There are a tons of weopons and armor skins out there and this is just the first 3 months of the game.
Wait until we are a year in or 5 years in. Can you imagine the amount of skins and different looks? I'll have a set of armor and weopons for every different map I go to.
Originally posted by PaRoXiTiC There are a tons of weopons and armor skins out there and this is just the first 3 months of the game. Wait until we are a year in or 5 years in. Can you imagine the amount of skins and different looks? I'll have a set of armor and weopons for every different map I go to.
GW2 will most likely lose a lot of relevance in a year, I doubt that anybody here will be playing this in 5 years ( due to much better MMORPG technologies coming out, I think that most current mmo games will become irrelevant)
The lack of diversity of weapon models never bothered me as how I look in MMORPGs is of least importance to me, to me it's all about how many different activities can I partake in the virtual world.