About Jexx

He's just a 16 year old guy whose hobby happens to be PC gaming. His favorite race in the Guild Wars universe is the Asura, and he can't wait to play. He's really excited for all professions revealed so far except the Necromancer.

Thief in the Night

Thieves, oh how we despise them. Always out to steal some lady’s purse and get away with it. They are harbingers of evil! Or at least some people like to think so. A lot of complaints have been flying around about the upcoming profession’s name. People think the name ‘Thief’ is too demeaning and symbolizes it as doing things that aren’t necessarily for the greater good, unlike what ArenaNet has said about our characters being heroes.

But think about it. How is a name like ‘Necromancer’ any less demeaning than ‘Thief’ is? The act of raising the dead (or at least trying to) is grotesque in our world, and just as despised, if not more, as thievery is. You have to think of it from ArenaNet’s mind. And if I am thinking straight the reason why they chose a name like this is because it describes how the profession acts and plays like. If it plays like a thief, then call it a thief.

Picture of the Thief

The Thief! OMG!

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Acceptance of Grouping

Pick up Groups, otherwise known as PuGs, are one of the banes of Guild Wars. When everyone in your Guild is busy doing something or offline, you have no choice but to join a group in the outpost you’re going to be leaving from. They normally have people who kick you if you don’t have that PvX build that is all the rage. It’s pretty much why I happen to get my heroes and hechies out whenever my guild is busy, and even when my guild is on they happen to solo a lot. I sort of get that, because you might be trying to get it done as fast as possible to max out that title you’re working on. It might also be because they’re trying to adapt to Guild Wars using what they have learned from previous MMORPGs they have played. I myself was playing a lot of F2P MMOs before my 2 friends persuaded me to get Guild War. I learned that the quickest way to raise in level was either to solo, or get a higher level to power level me. But in Guild Wars that isn’t required; in fact you should go for more of a group approach. It makes the game more fun, and you have a much more enjoyable time playing with people you know and get along with. But of course, most of us probably already know this. Continue reading