ArenaNet describes the theme of the event as being a â€œmonster movie, invasion type thingâ€ that will focusÂ on the lore of Lionâ€™s Arch. During the event, Lionâ€™s Arch will be invaded by a new enemy group called the â€˜Karkaâ€™.Â Weâ€™re told the Karka will be quite challenging for Guild Wars 2 players and will even feature a number of new mechanics for players to overcome in order to emphasize this. Visually, the Karka will feature a heavily armored shell of sorts that players will have to penetrate. ArenaNet has even worked on a new shader technology that allows players to actually see pieces of the armor fall off of the Karka as they wear it down.
That all comes later, though. Initially, players will be unable to penetrate the Karkaâ€™s armor and itâ€™s this roadblock that will kick off a series of events taking players throughout the world as they learn about the Karkaâ€™s origins and research a means to get through theseemingly impenetrable armor. In the process, players will learn of the â€˜Consortiumâ€™, a new faction of Lionâ€™s Arch merchants that represent a sort of alternative to the Black Lion Trading Company that players are already familiar with.
Eventually, players will learn how to penetrate the Karkaâ€™s armor and this will bring players to the Karkaâ€™s home turf on a new island in the Sea of Sorrows called The Lost Shores. While the Karka donâ€™t originally come from The Lost Shores, they have a significant presence on the island, having settled there for some time. The island itself will be a level 80 zone, but ArenaNet will have a system in place to sidekick lower leveled players up so they can take part in the event. However, itâ€™s important to note that the Lost Shores island will remain as a level 80 zone once the weekend event is completed but players will no longer be sidekicked up after this point.
Of course, the Lost Shores will also be host to the standard fare stuff players can expect to find on any of Guild Wars 2â€™s explorable maps. Players will find myriad events, jumping puzzles, resource nodes, and more on the Lost Shores. ArenaNet also made note that some of the events on the island will take a different turn from some of the typical events in Guild Wars 2 by allowing players to make a permanent impact on the landscape.
Finally, the weekend event will culminate in a multi-part chain finale event that weâ€™re told
will take considerable time and effort for players to progress through. We werenâ€™t able to learn more about the finale, as ArenaNet is keeping things under wraps for now, but suffice it to say that the team is pretty confident that players will enjoy the experience and especially the special reward that players will receive.
My first number was a mage and my friendâ€™s first number was a knight, so we begun our happy wow life. At 23 level, we spent 20 minutes to do task at iron forge. The current fast food knight can not think 2 persons brushed shadow tooth individually and how happy we were kill to barn. Brushing blood to fight with race, my knight friend firstly challenged two 26 level thieves of the other side, then a big number of them were fallen down by him. I donâ€™t think the current players can experience it. 42 level razonfen down and boss, the treatment dropped the line suddenly. It was also my friend resist all enemies and also added blood for me. I saw him with adorable eyesight at that moment. His first good weapon is decapitator keng.
At present, i canâ€™t find that feeling back. G group is blocking the way. There is no guild group position. Died mines, prison, ZUL and crush. Then G buys equipment. We become workers from bosses. We work for other fast food shops. A lot of fast knights are insulting this career. When independent camp kills little number, you rid on your golden horse and step over their died bodies, neglected their shuts in general channel. You donâ€™t care of their feeling.