As I’m sure you are aware, ArenaNet and NCSoft were kind enough to send us some pretty cool swag for you to win. We decided to pave the road that leads to the expansion’s release with a series of activities that will hopefully make everyone have fun and enjoy themselves. After the warmup and success of our first competition (Name Our Baby Dragon – take a look to see the winner!), it’s time to get a little more involved.
Heart of Thorns is coming, with betas already happening. Speculation is currently running wild as to what elite specialisations professions are getting, and there’s a wealth of information that we have yet to uncover (Guild Halls, anyone?). It’s an exciting time to be a Guild Wars 2 fan. However, before we look forward, we at Dragon Season thought it would be interesting to first see where we’ve come from.
A couple of weeks ago (April 28th, to be exact), Guild Wars celebrated its 10th anniversary! That’s a huge milestone by any game’s standard. To honour this occasion, we’re hosting a competition for you to win the red Scarlet Briar t-shirt (size Large) and a Heart of Thorns lanyard. To enter, we would like you to tell us how you got into Guild Wars 1 or Guild Wars 2, and share with us your favourite memory (or memories!) from either game.
Maybe it’s an adventure with friends? Discovering a new location for the first time? Dominating in PvP? Being engrossed in the story? Perhaps even farming for titles? I remember when I first entered Kaineng City (in Guild Wars Factions) and being blown away by the artwork and design of the place (and the mobs in hard mode… ouch!).
Comment below with your memories of the past. We will randomly select a first and second place winner from all entries. First place will win the awesome red Scarlet Briar T-shirt, and second place will win the Heart of Thorns lanyard. Good luck everyone, and have fun!
The contest will be over in a week’s time (May 19, 3pm UK) and the winners will be announced shortly afterwards. Everyone is eligible to participate as long as they have an active address for us to send the prize to. We have the right to delete any comment containing offensive material.