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DarkGhostGizmoXx

Member Since 07 May 2011
Offline Last Active May 29 2014 02:03 PM

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In Topic: People using cash to buy legendaries

09 November 2013 - 01:20 PM

So it's pathetic to spend real money rather than waste hours grinding in a game? Ok...
If you have the money, and that's what you want to do, then go for it.
And anyway, people who do that are bringing down the cost of gems, so it actually benefits other long term.

In Topic: Need help on a quick survey!

31 October 2013 - 10:11 PM

1. Once a day, about 5pm, after school/work
2. Sweets, chocolate, crisps, fruit
3. From home, bought from the supermarket
4. Taste and what's on offer. I don't care about quality of snacks, as long as they taste good
5. 15 mins on a weekday (unlimited at the weekend!)
6. Muffins occasionally, usually cereal
7. £5 ish I guess - it can vary a lot
8. Price is the main factor

From the UK :)

In Topic: Update Notes for October 29th

29 October 2013 - 05:24 PM

More armour skins? Gem prices will never go down :'(
But on another note, YAY, more armour skins!

In Topic: The Tequatl Debacle

24 October 2013 - 09:42 AM

Considering my server didn't bring him down for the entire event (or maybe once at the most), there's no way people are going to bother with it anymore. It's just too hard, plain and simple.

In Topic: Why don't I like GW2 Dungeons?

07 October 2013 - 06:41 PM

As someone who just did their first dungeon (AC), I kinda like them.
I found a few dungeon builds, upgraded my armour, and read the wiki article on the dungeon.
I did story mode first, and my pug completed it in about 40 mins.
Then I did AC p1 with another pug and it took us over 2 hours, because we all kept dying and failing at one point. We did it in the end, though, and it was really fun.
I did AC p3 with yet another pug, did it in under 30 mins.

They seem fun, but I wish there were more people willing the help others learn, rather than demanding 'lvl 80 experienced, no noobs' all the time. Just because someone's a noob doesn't mean they aren't trying. I can't really memorise the whole dungoen pathway, and my rough notes on the desk can only help me so much. A shoutout saying 'traps ahead' or something similar would really help a lot.

But overall, I like them - and well done to Anet for creating a lfg tool that actually works well!