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Want to Read Currently Reading Read. I found myself thinking “I was there. Among many other details, the book tells about both sides of the war yuild the rival humans and charr. And I have yet to find a book as enthralling and compelling as those Guild Wars books were.
Trivia About Ghosts of Ascalon I enjoyed the dialogue and the witty banter, and found myself drawn to the main character Dougal Keane and especially to Kranxx the Asura. It was a fun ride, though! It was nicely written and a wonderful read, in my opinion. Thank you, ye mighty Guild Wars! I found myself attached to them by the end.
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Thanks for telling us about the problem. Aug 01, Talizmyn rated it it was ok Recommends it for: That being said, this book was just gguild really fun fantasy story. Surprisingly, this book was not the best among them in my honest opinion, though individual aspects may have been better than in the others.
I’ve never been close with my grandfather, neither geographically nor emotionally, but I went only to accompany my mother. Nor any signs of hesitation. I’m an award-winning, New York Times-bestselling author and game designer and happily married father of five, including a set of quadruplets. Unknown adcalon me at the time, the choice of the Asura and Charr of Tyria over Holden Caulfield of New York was undoubtedly critical to the course my life would subsequently voj.
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Guild Wars saved my life. I’m not sure I’ve read that much in such a short span of time since. The norn is still somewhat a mystery to me, although I can see their reasoning for why he joins them, I still consider it a bit weak. The death of Prince Rurik is one of those gaming moments you never forget; you are with him when it occurs, and you are unable to save him; so reading about the world-changing consequences of his father’s grief is anchoring for those of us who played the original Guild Wars.
I recommend this book to those who have have played Guild Wars 2 and to those who love happy endings. But then, it was Florida. Most of the characters were stereotypes and poorly fleshed out. D And yeah, I am playing a charr.
Clearly he’s put a lot of thought into this. It all started a few years ago, Summer But it was these two Guild Wars tie-in novels that popped my literary cherry. Nov 12, Lauren Branning rated it it was amazing. There were some interesting side-characters, the sylvari Killeen being a fresh perspective with her Grove-based knowledge and innocent honesty, which could be brutal at times towards the human ethics. Jan 09, Rayen rated it liked it Shelves: The authors did a really good job with this novel, the characters are are all real personalities with believable motivations and inner workings.
Ein paar Situationen wurden mir auch zu schnell bzw. The story dragged in bits and the ending seemed rushed as well as I foolishly thought that it would be set in the past of Tyria, and that I would get to read about the fall of King Adelberg from his own eyes. It is based off an RPG, it meant to connect the two games together, and doesn’t go too in-depth on much of war.
Loved gjild wit and sense of humor Matt used! No matter how hard things got, ascxlon all still prevailed, at least in my eyes. Further more, through these characters and their conflicts, the book did a very good job of bridging the gap between Guild Wars and Guild Wars 2 by explaining a lot of the events of the past and present, without it reading like a condescending history lesson. Also, playing the game helped me connect with this book even more. However, view spoiler [ her death seemed too sudden.
Originally posted at The BiblioSanctum I read Edge of Destiny early in my Guild Wars 2 career and stepped into that book expecting to find incredible stories of the heroes that were mentoring my various characters.
Mar 02, Sentoki rated it really liked it. The female characters did not fare well in this story as well, which sort of put me off a bit.
What more can you dke I particularly enjoyed the way that each race was depicted so accurately to how they turned out in the actual game. I’m not sure how this would play out for someone with no knowledge at all of Guild Wars 2 I don’t think Guild Wars knowledge is necessary.
I liked this book as a relaxing read perfect for chilling in the bathtub. It was intended to give Guild Wars players a taste of what some aspects of Guild Wars 2 would be like, as well as fill in some of the history that happened in the years that elapsed between the timelines of the two games. But I wasn’t impressed by the main quest. Bland and dry characters, very slow plot. I’d recommend it to anyone that enjoys Guild Wars and the lore of Guild Wars.
I brought Shadow of the Colossuswhich I hadn’t played at the time, and Jak 3which Asalon been trying to beat since I was 10 years old.