If you have anything to say/add/correct to any of these things please speak up.
*note* I do have the GW2 art book and will base some of my speculations of info garnered from that.
Looks like two run down structures from Orr, I know they're from Orr because of the art book.
Looks like a picture of a fountain in a human city (most likely Divinity's Reach)
As you can see this is a picture of three Kodan fighting a large monster of some sort, take note in box 1 there appears to be a rock or ruin of some sort with carvings on it, and in box two those rocks may just be falling by maybe thrown?
This is the floating iceberg city, I'm not sure which race lives here, definitely doesn't look like Norn architecture nor do I think Norn would be the type to build city's, Kodan perhaps? As you can see the large sails on the iceberg is probably how they move the iceberg around. On the lower right-hand corner you can see some ships going in and out what looks like some sort of cove/harbor in the iceberg.
This can only be two things due to the unmistakable style it is built, it is either and Asuran town/outpost built into the very rock, or yet another ruin of the unknown civilization that used to live in the area that the Asura now preside.
This is what looks like an overgrown bridge that has most likely not been used for some time. Its location is unknown, it may be in Kryta, or one of the few green spots left in Ascalon.
These are the ghosts of Ascalon doomed to defend it forever that King Adelbern cursed.~ thanks to Konig Des Todes for clarifying this.
Once again ruins of an unknown origin, though based of the surrounding I'd say these are most likely in a part of Kryta.
What looks to be an Asuran city of some sort, several new examples of Asuran architecture can be seen here. In the box's are some sort of energy system, (Tesla coils?).
What appears to be a generator/energy collector of presumable Asuran design.
Looks like the inside of an Asuran structure.
This is one of our little Asuran friends in a full suit of armor holding a sword. The armor itself has several gems in it, and also this is another good sign that we WILL be able to play as an Asuran warrior.
Asuran objects sketch's
Part One: http://s376.photobuc...¤t=12.jpg
As you can see in this sketch there are several pictures labeled such as kitchenware, med, chairs/stools, and "Bunsen burners". There are also several unlabeled things such as chest/container looking objects, what looks like a desk/counter, and what looks like some clay plant holder type objects.
Part Two: http://s376.photobuc...¤t=13.jpg
The only new labeled thing here is a pencil cup, there are also several devices that hold/suspend rocks.
Asura building sketch's
Part One: http://s376.photobuc...¤t=14.jpg
In the bottom left corner you can see sketch's labeled "doorways" as well as miscellaneous Asuran building. As you can see the Asuran have a very distinct and unique style and usually incorporate something that's floating.
Part Two: http://s376.photobuc...¤t=15.jpg
More examples of Asuran building, several examples of Asuran towers, and what even looks like a shrine of some sort in the bottom left hand corner.
Part Three: http://s376.photobuc...¤t=16.jpg
Yet more assorted Asuran building, can see some sketches of stone gateways and pillars here to.
Part Four: http://s376.photobuc...¤t=17.jpg
The last of the Asuran building sketch line.
Asura pillars and accents:
Part One: http://s376.photobuc...¤t=18.jpg
On the left and bottom are several Asuran patterns an accents. The bottom pictures are labeled "wall treatments". On the top right are several different types of Asuran pillars labeled "Asura motif study-columns". The notes written say "Column motifs can be used as wall surface accents."
Part Two: http://s376.photobuc...¤t=19.jpg
On the left are more patterns and accents, as you they are labeled "frieze/edge accents". On the right are more pillars/columns. There is also writing saying "Asura decorative element are massively-proportioned. Subtlety is achieved by relationships of surface noise-inlays, carvings, etc."
This one is very interesting. It's what appears to be a dragon inside of some Asuran structure that looks like it could be some type of specialized holding cell. They may be studying the dragon, or using it as a power source considering in the end of EotN Vekk said that the statue in the Central Transfer Chamber (which we all know is Primordious) practically bled magic.
It looks like another design for an Asuran generator like the one we saw earlier.
A small animation in which the Sylvari on the left wakes up and stretches gives us look at designs for the Sylvari.
Another short animation in which the Sylvari in the picture reaches for a butterfly.
This next picture is a little trove of goodliness. First we get to see some Sylvari architecture; it’s built into what looks like a tree. There are also several Sylvari males shown, something we’ve had a bit of a shortage of. Finally we see the Sylvari holding several different types of stave's, and one even holding a sword, if you look at the Sylvari holding the sword you cal also see some armor of his, which I believe is Sylvari armor.
Another fresh looks at Sylvari architecture, this time featuring houses. As you can see the the middle house is being "grown" as was the same with the other two house. I'm not sure if that's just how the artist wanted that picture to be presented or if that will happen in-game with the Sylvari "growing" they're homes.
This is one of the first "monsters" that is featured solo in this video. What looks like a large flying insect of unknown origin. Personally I think it is from the wastelands of Ascalon because of similar colors/monsters seen in Ascalon from the GW2 art book.
Another monster, once again I believe this one to be found in Ascalon for the same reasons. Though again this is just speculation.
A picture of some unknown hero slaying a monster. Show's a bit of armor though I believe this picture was created to help get the artist into the feel of the GW world and not to portray anything in particular.
A VERY elaborate ship drawn by non-other then Daniel Dociu himself, although before it was debated if it was in the sea or flying, judging by the sounds of the sea in the video I'd go with the sailing. Stimulates the imagination doesn't it.
A nice underwater picture, the two swimming figures have been speculated to be the Naga, or a close relative. The two pillars also remind me of similar images in the Jade Sea, I'm sure there will be many mysteries to be discovered under the waves in GW2.
What looks to be something resembling similar structures in Sorrow's Furnace of Dwarf design, or even Dredge (remember the Dredge built most of Sorrow's Furnace under slave labor), this picture located under the Shiverpeaks (According to the art book).
Another structure under the Shiverpeaks that I believe was built by either Dredge or the Dwarfs.
Concept art of Dhuum in GW2. Looks quite a bit scarier now doesn't he.
What looks to be a ship yard, perhaps in LA or in another human city.
An old run down amphitheater, most likely somewhere in Ascalon or Orr.
Another drawing of a Kodan, looks scary now doesn't he. Notice the patterns on his fur and armor, and the hanging ornament on his left arm and cape.
A monster made out of fire and stone, perhaps a minion of Primordious?
A heated battle between the Centaurs and the humans.
A very colorful (and kind of ugly in my opinion) room of I'm guessing a human structure.
A small outpost made out of bones somewhere presumably in the Crystal Desert.
A fire and iron giant robot. My guess that it's an invention of the Flame Legion mixing magic with technology.
A burning village with the surviving villagers escaping into the night. Could be a village near Ascalon, or one of the first villages to feel the wrath of the dragons.
What this is I have no clue, two stone obelisks, perhaps a replacement of the old three-legged effigy used by the flame legion to worships they're new "gods".
An earlier drawing of Caithe the Sylvari from the "Races of Tyria" video, they do seem to love Caithe.
A giant Charr version of a primitive tank? Notice the supply carts in the bottom left hand corner.
A room unmistakeably modeled after Canthan style from the windows, door, ceiling, and even the clothes of the people. Perhaps Canthan natives trapped in Tyria by Zaitan?
A destroyed caravan that was assailed by unknown forces.
A carved statue, similar statues in the art book make me believe it is a statue of one of the 6 gods.
The upper ramparts of a city unknown, it may be an earlier sketch of Divinity's Reach or somewhere else. Notice the mountains in the background suggesting it may be near the Shiverpeaks.
Labeled a "Caudecus Robot", making me believe it has some sort of medical role. Image of a Caudecus can be found here: http://upload.wikime...57/Caduceus.svg
Drawing of a revamped Charr effigy, most likely a Flame Legion construct like it was in EotN.
A image of a Charr furnace, it may just be me but does that middle figure look a lot like an Ettin?
A nice drawing of a Charr youth.
An adorable picture of a Charr kitten.
A very angry Charr fighting a very unlucky human.
What looks like a Charr shaman.
Two rough sketches of Charr buildings most likely done by the Artist to get a feel on what the Charr architecture looked like.
More sketches of Charr buildings.
What appears to be a shopping complex of some sort, weapons store on the right, armor store in the middle, and a potion? store on the left. This building looks similar to building found in Divinity's Reach.
At first glance its a drawing of a cliff over-looking the coast, but on closer inspection you see that structures that almost look cathedral-ish are carved into the very rock upside down.
A city built upside down, carved into the very rock. Very similar to the previous picture. Both pictures seem to draw influence from "Avatar: The Last Airbender" western air temple, picture here: http://bobbyross.com...j9/image_05.jpg
A very colorful wagon, perhaps a traveling circus?
Resembles earlier Krytan homes.
What I believe to be a Charr, may be a completely different creature though.
A platform with a crystal in the middle, looks to be underground. Perhaps a Dwarfish artifact?
What looks to be a very big and deadly fish. Dubbed the "Deathfish" by Shew
A cave presumable in the desert. Has an ominous feel to it. The style kind of reminds me of structures in the Oblivion realm in "Oblivion".
Looks similar in design to the picture above.
Looks like a ravine of some sort.
Another picture of the year-round festival in Divinity's Reach.
Features a "cowboy" style character with duel pistols. What the large entity in the distance is I have no clue, perhaps the or a minion of the Earth Dragon?
An earlier sketch of Eir from the "Races of Tyria" video.
What appears to be a abandoned Dwarf town? Could be a human town too, two adventurers can be seen in the distance on the bridge in the middle.
Two nice armor sketches of the same type of armor, one for male and one for female.
What looks like a party of adventurers traveling through an area with many large floating rocks?
Scary isn't it? I can't decide if its Zaitan's or Primordious's minion, it looks undead but it also is very fiery.
Another Charr with flaming arms just like the "Charr Shaman" picture.
A very large flame construct/atronach. This picture mostly cuts them out, but in the bottom right side you can barely see a human holding a sword. In the art book the human is fully displayed, and next to him is a smaller ally, presumably an Asura.
Three flying monsters of some sort in the Shiverpeaks, they are flying at what looks to be a Norn and a human preparing for a fight.
Four pictures that seem to depict the new Crystal Desert. In the top right you can see the bodies of two large fish where a large sea/lake once was.
What looks like a garden to a palace.
A similar if not another spot in the same garden above.
Another picture of a garden featuring a gazebo this time.
A large robot, I think it is Asuran and not a Charr construct for two reason. The first reason is there is no fire what so ever in the picture. And two the optics looks somehow Asuran to me.
These next to pictures caught my eye, they both have the same gear object in them, but in different places making me wonder the significance of the gear object. There are pipes going in/out of it as well as something inside of the gears.
Two structures, where and made by who I can't tell.
Sketches of several different variants of golems. Although we don't know to what extant the golems will differ in looks in the game, the golem in the top left center looks the most like the ones in the trailers.
A "gondola" style twin blade helicopter. Whether or not higher-tech like this will be used in the final GW2 remains to be seen.
Several hot springs presumably somewhere in the Shiverpeaks.
The interior of a house, various house hold utensils and other items can be found hanging on the walls.
A very nasty looking vehicular with a human next to hit. How would you like the be rammed by that?
What looks to be a variant of some type of bat.
Looks similar to the "Norn Bear" you had to kill in EotN, except applied to a Kodan. How can I tell it used to be a Kodan? Look at its bottom left foot.
Several drawing of icy caves and other areas you can explore.
Looks like some sort of industrial building built by the Charr.
A large flame demon, look at the base of the demon and you can see a much smaller monster, yet they look the same. Most likely a minion of Primordious.
What looks like a large crab style robot.
A large stone beast, it head looks reminiscent of a turtle, but with the wings on top it looks a bit like a huge stone griffin style monster.
A forge of one of the races, which I cannot tell.
A light house of some sort. I can tell if the ship is behind it, or part of the lighthouse.
What looks to be a bridge in LA.
An early sketch of Logan Thackley, the human from the "Races of Tyria" video.
Some sort of armor, I think it's built for humans to wear, but the technology doesn't look entirely human.
What appears to be the Order of Whispers going to some ruins in Ascalon.
Some Orrian ruins, notice the scale of the ruins by comparing them to the humans on the steps.
A very bad ass looking Norn....with an eye patch.
A large monster of the Maguuma, looks plant-based.
Several plant's you can expect to see in the Maguuma, there are several notes saying "Glowing, use as lighting" "sapling" "shade trees (public spaces, merchants, FTC)" and "Exposed roots".
More pictures of plants, these plant's may be used outside of the Maguuma.
An Asura holding a staff. Take note of the floating components in his armor, and the large matrix of floating stones behind him. I wonder what that is? Any suggestions?
An in-progress sketch of a environment.
This looks like a definite minion of Zaitan. What it is I'm not sure, It looks like a robed skeleton carrying a very big stone/eye thing.
Some type of beetle.
Perhaps LA has a fancy new gate to protect it? Not entirely sure where this is.
A very large fallen structure, problem from Orr.
I very beautiful picture. I think the artist drew this as motivational instead of trying to depict a place in the game.
Some fancy ships at port that are getting set aflame by an opposing army.
A well drawn interior of a ship.
A futuristic looking robot, can't really tell who built it though.
Looks to be the ruins of a dwarfish city/outpost. There appears to be one adventurer at the begging of the bridge.
What looks to be a storm atronach.
A wasteland in Ascalon, two Charr can be seen running. The groups of floating rocks raises questions, my personal theory on them is they are some long-term effect of the largely unknown magic that caused the Searing. (My theory is that it was dragon magic, source: http://wiki.guildwar...on_of_Cataclysm)
A Charr with some sweet looking armor.
A simple picture of a Sylvari sitting on a branch.
A reclining woman.
Early sketches of a Sylvari female.
A nice underwater scene, one figure can be seen swimming, another standing on the sea bed.
Several pictures depicting the Maguuma.
Several pictures depicting underwater environments. Notice the one one the left and that nasty looking fish.
An under water structure and obelisk. Who built it and if it was built underwater or above ground originally is unknown. There might be a connection between this obelisk and the other underwater obelisks we've seen.
Looks like a sea faring Charr vehicle.
Looks to be a human female with some very cool armor and staff.
A dragon and his minions attacking something.
Edited by MorDeCaza, 22 March 2010 - 10:22 PM.