Finally a Big Change for Guild Wars 2!
Finally after over a year of no new content in the vast lands of Tyria Guild Wars has taken the initiative make a drastic change. No more Lion's Arch more for the fore seen future. This change has actually made me get back into Guild Wars 2. I quit Guild Wars in the past due to my lack of attention span towards the game play .Now i can't really complain about the fact that Lion's Arch is gone ,but however as a player who grew fond of the main city I truly will miss it.This new change has literally DEMOLISHED Lion's Arch. All the little things in LA like the black lion's market , the bank and that goddamn fountain that took about a year to build are completely annihilated.
New Update Means New Goodies!
Along with the down fall of LA we good new toys to play with! My personal favorite are the endless quaggan tonics. I get to run around the map as the cutest thing in the Guild Wars universe. Overall there are five endless quaggan tonics. There is the pink quggan tonic which turns you into a pink quaggan with a pretty little bow on your head. Next is the black quggan tonic which turns you into a quaggan that like similar to Shamu , but just a whole lot cuter. Following that the blue quaggan tonics cmoes up turning you into a basic blue quaggan with a turtle shell hat with two leaves on top. After that comes the green quaggan tonic which i pretty much hate becuase it turns you into an ugly adult quaggan this thing isn't even remotely cute. Last but not least is the endless mystery quaggan tonic which has a chance of turning you into each of the quaggan previously mentioned, but the twist is that you also have a chance to turn in Kookoochoo the Incredulous which is a blue quggan who wears a red jumpsuit and BREATHES FUCKING FIRE. These tonics are one of the main reason why I recently returned to GW2. Another driving motion to my return to the game are the great new items like the spinal blade back piece and the selfess and thoughtless tonics which grant players the choice of a floating halo or a pair horns revolving around their heads.