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Killeen and Kranxx were especially shining, the former with her charming mixture of innocence and creepiness, the latter with the c Caveat: Other books in the series. I am frightened of the possibility of immersion and a subsequent sublimation of my personality. I liked this book as a relaxing read perfect for guil in the bathtub. Reading the book made me consider playing races I wouldn’t have previously thought about.

Massive Guild Wars News and the First Review

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. It did end rather abruptly though.

He said it could be a bestseller half-jokingly, half hoping. Sep 25, Jake rated it it was ok. It’s not like all I did was read while in Florida His group goes through some tough times and they lose some friends in battle.

Asccalon 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. But the characters had to breach into the city full of ascaloon, through legions of Charrs and whole journey was supposed to be hard vno impossible. Jan 27, Rachael rated it it was ok. I can find most of the places mentioned in this book within the game, and that’s really unique for storytelling.


Characters didn’t have to make a hard choice, they just acted as they were told. Instead, I got ascakon tale of adventure where a group is charged with the task of storming Ascalon City to re More like 3. Sep 26, Wendy rated it really liked it Shelves: It should be said, if it is not already obvious, that I do play and enjoy Guild Wars. This is a strong point for the plot; how it creates opportunities to hand out lore and information like food coupons, yet without it all feeling forced.

I particularly enjoyed the way that each race was depicted so accurately to how they turned out in the actual game. The story dragged in bits and the ending seemed rushed as well as But then diee was in contrast to my grumpy grandfather and his insect infested house littered with snot-rags and pill bottles, made only worse by the unbearable Florida September. Nor any signs of hesitation. I enjoyed the characters and their bold characteristics.


However, having played both games extensively, I enjoyed the story. Somehow they manage to stay together, but it never truly feels like a gathered group. The races’ main stereotypical features are what controls their personalities, or so it seems, and that’s probably what I’d call the weakest point in this novel.

The mission holds some importanc After finally having read all three books in the Guild Wars universe, it feels as if I have a more complete impression of each book, being able to compare them to warrs other.


Needless to say, there had to be some details of important events or figures that were surely lost on me. The actual story, however, was just ok. guil

But I felt something was missing through the whole book. However, I admit that I did not go through this book as quickly as the others, though I don’t know if it’s ddie writing style or the lack of bonding with all the characters The female characters did not fare well in this story as well, which sort of put me off a bit.

I don’t say it’s bad, I loved the characters, mostly Gullik -bless him- but the travel took so much of the book, and the stay in Ascalon so few. I mean, yeah, they asca,on in a hurry, but it felt underdone like the rest of them. Oh no, that sounds mawkish and hammy. Ears that, I was able to enjoy the book. I found myself thinking “I was there.

The end was sudden and I missed the way back, and know what happen in the end with our heroes. I have no idea why; according to others it’s not a adcalon difficult game, but for me it seems to be impossible. My grandfather in Florida was convinced that he was about to die, so with some contention my mother and I made the trip from New York to Florida geistet go be by my grandfather’s side.