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Guild Wars – PvP – Random Arenas – Warrior / Necromancer – Grenth Warrior

24 Nov 2007 | Flash, Guild Wars |  7 comments

Guild Wars - PvP - Random Arenas - Warrior / Necromancer - Grenth Warrior
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Equipment setup:
Use something that your warrior is comfy with, and yeah you need a sword.
The build itself ought to be self explanatory aye.1. Plague Touch:
Play pass the conditions with your opponents, pray that you don’t get distracting shot-ed by pesky Rangers with Jedi reflexes.

2. Severe Artery:
Bleed the mofos! Erm, I mean your opponents. Follow up with Gash.

3. Gash:
Opponent must be suffering from the Bleeding Condition before you can “Gash” him or her. Upon a successful hit your opponent would have two (2) Conditions! Bleeding + Deep Wound ftw!

4. Final Thrust:
Try to refrain from using this attack skill unless you feel like you would be able to kill your opponent in one hit with this. Say you are alone with your opponent, and he / she has like less than 25% health left, and he / she is a caster. Or if you have another team mate who can spike hard, then use it on those who have less than 50% health and coordinate accordingly with your team mate to finish him / her off.

5. Rush:
Try to always maintain this Stance, moving 25% faster means you can slice and dice up those running mofos. If you hit a running target, you will automatically score a critical hit.

6. Healing Signet:
Its Random Arenas, so it is best to rely on your own for some self healing. Try not to use this while under pressure, as you would probably be obliterated by all the combined fire power the opposing team focused on you. Instead, when you are heavy fire and your health is dropping fast, activate Rush if you can and flee away from the front lines. Find a safe spot and use that precious two (2) seconds to activate Healing Signet without getting yourself killed.

7. Grenth’s Balance:
Fun skill to mess around with, if the opposing team does not have heavy spikers, consider using this skill against opponents with most health, when your health is low. Try to avoid using this skill when your health is too low and there are heavy spikers on the opposing team.

8. Resurrection Signet
Rez your team mates!

Yeah, you can’t get rid of hexes. Sucks, aye? Try to flee towards a Mesmer or Monk team mate and pray hard that he / she can get rid of the hex(es) for you.

You can’t do much against those who constantly block your attacks too, and don’t fight inside wards against melees.

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Any questions?


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  1. 25th November 2007 
    8:56 pm         

    said the following:

    eh… so many skills….. can learn all of them in the game?

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  3. 26th November 2007 
    6:31 am         

    Deimos Tel`Arin
    said the following:


    Well, yeah. It is possible to learn all of the skills in Guild Wars.

    From the above chart, I think there are more than 1,200 skills in Guild Wars to date!

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  5. 26th November 2007 
    12:46 pm         

    said the following:

    insane……. no wonder games nowadays are hard……… too many things in a game….

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  7. 26th November 2007 
    2:03 pm         

    Deimos Tel`Arin
    said the following:


    Yup. Pretty insane aye? 😕
    Personally, I feel that PvP in Guild Wars can be pretty newbie unfriendly?

    I mean, look at the amount of skills that they have in Guild Wars, its more than a thousand! Though each person can only equip 8 on their skill bar when they are in combat instances.

    In order to really excel in Guild Wars PvP, one would need to understand the function of each skills. Kinda means that you would need to sort of memorize all the function of the most popular skills that people tend to use often in PvP.

    I think ArenaNet realized what they have done, and is trying to change this in Guild Wars 2. To make the game more newbie friendlier?


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  9. 20th February 2008 
    3:26 am         

    said the following:

    thx, really healped me. but is Final Thrust really necessary? couldn’t u use an interrupt skill instead?

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  11. 20th February 2008 
    4:51 am         

    Deimos Tel`Arin
    said the following:

    Glad to hear that it helped you. 🙂
    Well, I put Final Trust there for the damage it does. 😛
    You can swap it out to put in some interrupt skill if you wish to. :mrgreen:

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  13. 2nd March 2008 
    12:09 am         

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