Episode 37

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In this week’s Guildcast, we take a look at the Dervish update along with the reasoning behind the huge changes, then we dive into the pile o’ email.  Along with the regular dose of GW2 talk, we’ve got a listener who wants to know how to introduce her WoW-playing friend to Guild WarsWe’ve got just the thing — in fact, we’ve got a whole series, so check them out!

The GuildCast theme song is “The Dirt” by Goddessmusic.

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5 responses to “Episode 37

  1. You should have guested me to talk about the Dervish changes, Rubi. 🙂

  2. Klojamir

    Rubi, During the Thursday Massively vq, you missed the little bit about a certain monk telling the whole group to watch out for the pop-up, as he turned and tried to run. 😀
    Nice episode guys.

  3. Dancer

    “if you are able to rain down balls of fire from the sky, your clothing should not be a factor when it comes to body temperature, whether you are wearing your underwear or a fur coat”
    I understand this as if you can accept that this world is full of magic, then you should also be able to accept that you dont need to worry about body temperature.

    • Turn

      Then how do you explain that Anet makes a point of mentioning the Norn’s extraordinary body temperature in the last book if BT is no factor?
      The “it’s all magic anyway”-argument is not valid. By that logic all creatures in GW2 wear clothes and armor only for fashion reasons, because apparently there is no physical protection value.

  4. Mattastrophic

    Shout-out to Ken From Chicago. It’s nice to see an actual dialogue over some of ArenaNet’s murkier moves, instead of just taking every post they make at face value. Keep up the good work!

    -Matt

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