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All in all While the plot was a bit generic, the characters a bit lacking and too stereotypical, the novel in itself was enjoyable as a matter of fact. Oct 10, William Bentrim rated it really liked it. It’s easy to immerse oneself in a world that’s this ascalom. And Bruce Lee is awesome. I suppose this would be the video game equivalent of watching the movie first.

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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 each other. Furthermore, geisyer the book started to introduce snippets of characters from Destiny’s Edge, I started to visualize myself playing Guild Wars 2, as if I was somehow part of this story. Jul 11, CardinalFunky rated it really liked it. Let’s just say that Guild Wars had a considerable impact on my life and I’m very glad it did.

Oh, and they also sort of opened the door for me into an entire new artistic medium. May 10, Jeshu rated it liked it Shelves: Clearly he’s put a lot of thought into this.



At first, I thought getting through it would be a struggle because I had expected to lose interest the moment I realize I have no i I had a very different take on the novel as someone who started off knowing very little about the lore of Geistsr Wars. It should be said, if it is not already obvious, that I do play and enjoy Guild Wars.

I would recommend this book to anyone that likes adventure books and is looking for a great heister

I have no idea why; according to others it’s not a very difficult game, but for me it seems to be impossible. Either way it was hot. A bit too stereotypical norn. The end was sudden and I missed the way back, and know what happen in the end with our heroes. It’s just missing that extra little bit. There were some interesting side-characters, the sylvari Killeen being a fresh perspective with her Grove-based knowledge and innocent honesty, which could be brutal at times towards the human ethics.

Let’s just say he’s not the nicest or most reasonable man that ever lived. In the end, I did enjoy the book overall.

The rest of the book would be fun as part of the game but the book itself was meh. On the plane ride back from Florida however, I was already knee-deep in Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland. Killeen and Kranxx were especially shining, the former with her charming mixture of innocence and creepiness, the latter with the characteristically sardonic humour of the asura. I am frightened of the possibility of immersion and a subsequent sublimation of my personality.

En het verandert niks aan het feit dat ik charr stom vind, en asura geweldig. Nor any signs of hesitation. For more on my work, see Forbeck.


I view RPG as crack for the scifi fan. Dick, some Edgar Allan Poe.


The first thing my mother and I did upon landing in Florida was go to the supermarket to buy some food we could be confident enough in eating safely, and to Barnes and Noble to stock up on some supplies to pass the time during the excruciating days we were surely about to endure. My favorite writers always show, not tell. But they did it so easy, their enemies fell too quick, and I couldn’t feel ANY building of tension.

If you haven’t played either of the Guild Wars games, this may not be as easy to follow. These books really help put the human and mortal perspective to the in-game characters and world. At least it wasn’t a sad surprise this way: Lists with This Book. That and I had gotten used to the fact that game tie-ins are notoriously bad about giving background information, as if they expect anyone picking it up to be an uber fan of the game and already have all that knowledge.

Aug 22, Kristin rated it did not like it Shelves: Very easy to read and gives more details of what happened before Guild Wars 2.