Time for yet another #TravellerThursday! I hope you enjoy some of the first-person sights I’ve been able to take in-game!
A beautiful scene from Silverwastes, I do believe! The entire Maguuma Wastes is beautiful in its own strange way.
There was something about this bridge and view that I absolutely love! There have been times that I’ve actually stopped and stared for a while because I love it so much.
Fort Salma…. those feels.
Of all the places in Guild Wars 2, the entire Shiverpeaks are #1 for me. Mountains, the snow, and the views. You can imagine how much I love Skyrim. I currently only have Skyrim on my 360, but one day I’ll have it to mod on my PC. One day…
I hope you’ve enjoyed some of my sights, and I’d love to see YOURS! Make sure you tweet your first-person screenshots from Guild Wars 2 to @gw2traveller with the hashtag #TravellerThursday to get yours retweeted and shared with the rest of Twitter!
Yet another week of #TravellerThursday is here for your enjoyment! Here are some screens I took from the Beta Weekend event this past month:
Anyone else creeped out by the eyes of the Itzel? I know I am. Buggy eyed creatures. (They’re kinda cute).
The artwork and detail in Heart of Thorns looks to be amazing. I’m hoping that the Verdant Brink is the ‘worst’ of the artwork and graphics. If that’s the case, I’m going to be in jungle heaven.
Trogdor the Burninator was here.
So this has nothing to do with Heart of Thorns, but the fog is breathtaking. I love the entire atmosphere around the swamp in Queensdale!
Getting back into doing #TravellerThursday has really helped me relive the beauty and excitement that the game brings to me. I hope it’s been doing the same for you!
Make sure that you share your first-person screenshots with @gw2traveller with the hashtag #TravellerThursday to possibly get a retweet, and to share your experiences and sights with rest of Tyria and the Twitterverse!
Yet another week of #TravellerThursday continues. Here is a scattershot of first-person screenshots I’ve found throughout Tyria.
A group of us went into Arah P4. As I tried to take a picture, my wife lovingly decided to get all mesmery. I swear, whenever you try to take a picture or screenshot, there’s always someone that has a gravitational pull towards you.
I have a strange thing for ruins and architecture. I’m pretty sure this one is from AC!
I WvW a lot, but I’ve never noticed these figures on the walls of Garrison. Definitely amazing detail as always. There’s a reason I love Guild Wars 2.
GET TO THE CHOPPA! …that is all.
All these years, and I’ve never noticed the Tengu wall near the Destroyers in Kessex Hills. It’s amazing how many details I miss, even to this day.
That’s it for this week!
Be sure to tweet your first-person screenshots to @gw2traveller with the hashtag #TravellerThursday to share your discoveries and sights with all of Tyria and beyond!
Hello fellow travellers! Excited to share with you a few screenshots for #TravellerThursday! I know it’s been a long time, but I’m excited to have made a few life changes that are helping me sort out my energy levels. So here goes:
When the new Lion’s Arch came out, I went crazy with screenshots. Here’s the new Black Lion Trading Company!
I couldn’t help but peek into the Guild Headquarters. Mind you, there’s a way to sneak in there but my guildies ported me.
One day Omhaxx and Glorra, our Asura, shall get married there!
There’s something perplexing yet mystifying about this screenshot to me. I can’t put my finger on it, but it looks strange but wonderful.
This is one of the most breathtaking views in Guild Wars 2. The sea, the gloomy air, and the beautiful architecture in the distance. I sometimes stop and stare at this screenshot for a while.
And that’s it for this week! Glad to be back with you guys.
Be sure to tweet your first-person screenshots to @gw2traveller with the hashtag, #TravellerThursday to share them with the rest of Tyria and beyond!
Excited to share this week’s #TravellerThursday for you all to see!
Such a beauty in DR!
There’s a reason this is an RP-hub!
Does anyone else find the Brand creepily beautiful?
Approaching quietly, a hidden grove with a hidden purpose…
The glimpse of Brand-free light sparkles through.
At the center of the grove lies a solitary tree, brimming with magical energy…
…and memories of a lost friend…
As the wind blows quietly, you hear a single name echo through the breeze… “Killeen”
Oh the memories. I have to say that Ghosts of Ascalon is an astounding book worth reading!
Be sure to share your first-person screenshots to show off the beauty of Tyria by tweet @gw2traveller with the hashtag #TravellerThursday!