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Took me two days of WvWing, as someone who unfortunately has not been playing long enough recently to even think about hoarding WvW reward track potions from dailies. Would have been four days, from the estimated gas z factor 8 hour reward track, but I broke down on Day 1 about 4000/20000 the way in and realized I should be xp boosting myself out o gastroenterologista cuida do que the wazoo with accumulated boosters.

No queue in by now fallen Tarnished Coast during Oceanic timezone, though Eternal Battlegrounds and Stonemist were relatively populated, as opposed to entirely deserted. Watching the Commander led PUGs was fairly depressing, though I gave it a game two-attempt try, only to be run over repeatedly by far more organized servers chomping at the bit to test out their OP first-day mounts (now nerfed.)

So I harnessed my hermit gas monkey live stubborness and left the herd to wander around independently chasing PPT and camp flips. I had zero idea of what I was doing on a firebrand that I hastily flipped to some gruesome combination of celestial with a few residual grieving gear pieces. I had zero real idea of what my F2 and gaston y astrid lima F3 skills were doing and only a vague sense of the F1 book, and mostly got by with my knowledge of what scepter/torch did (oh wow, they changed staff skills.)

Ran to the rescue of home SW camp and electricity in costa rica -somehow- with no real clue of what I was doing, exploded into a massive flaming ball of AoE fire that downed two enemy players and put the last one into full flight, having changed the odds. Much to the admiration of the player I rescued, while one of the downed enemy sent me furious whispers. I had zero heart to tell either that it was a fluke, probably because they electricity prices by country had already used their skills on cooldowns, but much amused. Revenge was soon theirs when the fight repeated, but it was funny.

Then there was the time some random roaming mesmer and I bumped into each other on Desert Borderlands k electric company and wound up going to an enemy supply camp after we waffled about which way to go next – sentry or camp. I shoulda followed my instincts and gone with the sentry, but I gamely followed the mesmer (who electricity generation efficiency may have been following me) into the camp. There we found an enemy Platinum Raider building an Omega golem, among all the veteran NPCs. You’d think c gastritis im antrum the odds were with us, but patently neither of us knew what we were doing. Everything was aggro’ed, I did my level best to first burn down the NPCs, then finding myself targeted, ran around like a stricken chicken pulling out every trick in my heal and support books in random order, hoping the other guy would effing do something. I lasted some 30 seconds, which felt pretty respectable given how much I -didn’t- know any of my skills, but unfortunately chose gas used in ww1 to prioritize the player over the NPCs. Not a good decision in retrospect. He probably had a better clue what his skills were doing and outlasted it all. I died, then the other guy died in shorter order. Still, it was amusing, and sort of offers the promise of a better time if I’d actually put in the time and practice to figure gas x strips side effects out and refine the build electricity symbols.

Third day, yesterday, was the best: I came home and logged on to find we owned everything on Anvil Rock’s BL and some of BG’s too. Both of them had been kicking our asses all match so that was unexpected. AR were salty as hell, not surprisingly. They brought 40+ to take our T2 garrison, twice, and we wiped them both times. Then we got Garri to T3 and I logged out. Best session for some time.

The mount itself is annoying, as I knew it would be. It’s already facilitating a number of exploits, most of which ANet will probably take a gas mixture is made by combining months to fix wb state electricity board bill pay, if they even bother. Since plenty of people still don’t have it, zergs have comet tails. I refuse to use mine most of the time so I’m in the tail. I have two accounts with no PoF so they won’t even have the choice. All in all I think it’s a poor implementation of a terrible idea. It can only make WvW more divisive and elitist than it already is. I am absolutely certain ANEt couldn’t care less. WvW is a legacy system they haven’t quite got the guts to terminate so I expect to see plenty more abuse of WvW to sell items r gasquet tennis to PvE players from now on. Delete