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Date registered: November 10, 2011

Latest posts

  1. Hard Mode Time — September 18, 2015
  2. Single Profession Dungeons — August 17, 2015
  3. No Refuge — July 5, 2015
  4. Guild Housekeeping — June 18, 2015
  5. The Mooning of Ascalon — June 8, 2015

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Hard Mode Time

Sunday, September 13. It was time for yet another trip down memory lane, as a few of our members headed off to Guild Wars 1, once more challenging the perils of beloved Cantha, which I still think should have been the expansion. Too off-topic? Oops.   Many minions and spirits were had as our brave …

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Single Profession Dungeons

Sunday, August 16. Reliving the good old days of Guild Wars 1, we decided it was high time for some single profession dungeon runs in Guild Wars 2.   A handful of brave souls gathered, and together we braved the depths of the Ascalonian Catacombs, armed only with our flamethrowers and some garlic bread. It …

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No Refuge

Sunday, July 28th. It is but a few brave adventurers standing at the foot of the hill that hold the centaur camp. Dangerous, perhaps, to come here without proper reinforcements, even if the creatures appear friendly enough for now. They know what’s coming though. Within moments Faolain appears, drawing a snarl from one of the …

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Guild Housekeeping

As part of the hostile takeover of MYST, the Guild Wars council will be doing some housekeeping in game. This means that members who have been marked as inactive for a long period of time will be kicked from the roster. Doing so will give us a better insight into the size and activity of the …

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The Mooning of Ascalon

Sunday, June 7th. It is a quiet afternoon in the Ascalonian Catacombs, making Lieutenant Kohler contemplate retiring for the day to enjoy the nice and eerie glow of his fellow ghosts. Perhaps he’ll make himself a couple slices of garlic bread. That’s when he first hears it. “No you don’t stack here anymore. What are …

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