With the first Living World season at an end, and just an epilogue patch to come, GuildMag's asking you for your views on the first Living World story arc! We're collecting the community's responses to the question "what was the first Living World season like for you?"
If you run a blog, we'd love to have you enter our blog carnival, and if not, we'd still love to hear your views! We'll be collecting all responses from forums, comments on the post and the Guild Wars 2 Reddit into a special section when the carnival is published on Thursday 20th March.
My personal view on Season 1, taken from my reddit post:
For me, I've generally enjoyed the Living World releases. They're a large part of what's kept me logging in to the game, even with the various flaws with each release. I'll be the first to admit that the story wasn't very compelling for quite a long time, and that buggy events and content did limit my enjoyment in some parts, but I still appreciate the work that went into it and as a whole, I enjoyed being part of it. I'm really curious to hear from people who missed releases; did you find it difficult to understand what was going on? I was part of every release, but even I sometimes had to take a step back and actually think about what was happening.
We'd love to hear what you think, and I'll try and respond to as many people as I can who reply here!
And in case you missed it, the link again for the blog carnival announcement post can be found here: http://www.guildmag....iving-world-s1/
Edited by Valiantgw, 11 March 2014 - 06:27 PM.