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    Default FAQ's on Guild Wars

    Q: WILL THE LEVEL CAP EVER GET HIGHER?!?!?!??!?!?
    A: No it won't, if you want a level game go play WoW or something!

    Q: Where do I get Guild Wars??
    A: You have to buy it at a local game store

    Q: What is the main site??
    A: www.guildwars.com

    Q: Is it free??
    A: After you buy the game, yes it's free, no monthly fees, but they are releasing optional expansions.

    Q: What is the max level?
    A: The max level as of now is 20.

    Q: *my personal favorate* OmFg I jUsT gOt PwNeD bY a LeVeL 3 aNd I aM a LeVeL 10!!111!!!111!!!!11!!!oneone!!1 wTf?!?!?!/111!1!!!!!11!11
    A: Guild Wars is not a level game, its about skill mostly, this isn't WoW..

    Q: Which is better, GuildWars or WoW???

    A: They're both very good games, and if you prefer a one time payment with a decent story line and skilful battles, chose Guild Wars
    but if you like the classic MMORPG type game where you go party with a bunch of people and go party hunt boss or something, and leveling up all day all night, go with WoW.


    Q: How much does Guild Wars cost?

    A: International wise, it costs all around $40-50 dollars USD


    Q: Will there be expansions in this game, I think they should....:"...."

    A: Yes, there are currently 3 expansions for the game. Factions, Nightfall and Eye of the North.

    Q: Is Factions/Nightfall an expansion, meaning, do I have to buy the original game to play Factions?

    A: Factions/Nightfall is a stand-alone game. You can play one without the other. However, there are certain advantages in buying both. Namely you get 2 additional character slots from aside from the basic 4 and you can level a character on Guild Wars to the best it can be, then transfer them to Factions.

    Q: What classes and races are there in Guild Wars?

    A: There are currently 6 different professions in Guild Wars, and they are:
    Warrior
    Ranger
    Necromancer
    Elementalist
    Mesmer
    Monk

    Factions specific professions:
    Assassin
    Ritualist

    Nightfall specific professions:
    Paragon
    Dervish

    The special thing about GuildWars is that you can chose more than 1 profession for your character, that means each character will have 2 professions (ex Monk/Elementalist)
    there are currently no other races other than us humans (or as Rurik called, "Ascalonians")

    Q: HELP! my GuildWars seems really screwed up compared to the ones I saw from the website!!

    A: You probably don't have the system requirements for the game, here's the system requirements

    Minimum System Specs:
    Windows® XP/2000/ME/98
    Intel Pentium® III 800 Mhz or equivalent
    256 MB RAM
    CD-ROM Drive
    2 GB Available HDD Space
    ATI Radeon 8500 or GeForce 3 or 4 MX Series Video Card with 32MB of VRAM
    16-bit Sound Card
    Internet connection
    Keyboard and mouse


    Recommended System Specs:
    Windows® XP/2000/ME/98
    Intel Pentium® III 1GHz or equivalent
    512 MB RAM
    CD-ROM Drive
    2 GB Available HDD Space
    ATI Radeon 9000 or GeForce 4 Ti Series Video Card with 64MB of VRAM
    16-bit Sound Card
    Internet connection
    Keyboard and mouse

    *Thanks to DarkcloudX*

    Q: Will i have to purchase expansions to continue play

    A: No , you will be able to play with everyone else just you wont have the upgrades.

    Q: I cant find the weapon and armor shop..help!

    A: GuildWars doesn't have weapon and armor shops..You must get the materials you need then find a crafter then give him/her the said amount of items

    *Thanks to xanteXxWOOT*

    This FAQ is still being worked on, if you have any suggestions feel free to post it here or PM Arri or one of the forum moderators *if they don't mind that is*.
    Last edited by Raiyne; 11-28-2007 at 06:12 AM.

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    can you explain the lvl 3 ownage post pleas

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    Cool FAQ, Important INFO

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    It was on the old forum too

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    Quote Originally Posted by ldude69
    Cool FAQ, Important INFO
    Yea good post
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    err new class "Ritualist" in Factions



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    If you're going to say Ritualist, include Assassin too.

    Guild Wars: Factions

    Warrior
    Mesmer
    Monk
    Ranger
    Necromancer
    Elementalist
    Assassin
    Ritualist


    Professions in bold are the added classes to Guild Wars in Factions.

    May I add a frequently asked question?

    Q:Is Factions an expansion, meaning, do I have to buy both games to play Factions?

    A:Factions is a stand-alone game. You can play one without the other. However, there are certain advantages in buying both. Namely you get 6 character slots instead of 4 and you can level a character on Guild Wars to the best it can be, then transfer them to Factions.
    Last edited by Memoryloss; 08-29-2006 at 11:33 PM.

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    I've got a question.. How can i see on the map what npc give quests? And where do the most quests are for a lvl 5 ritualist.

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    That's not really a frequently asked question... but here goes;

    1) NPCs which give quests are NOT shown on any maps, except as their normal green triangle. However, quest objectives are shown as green asterixes (* <-- slightly bigger than that).

    2) By following the Primary Quests (Press [L] and click on the Quest underneath Primary Quests), you should have a substantial amount of quests to follow. There are 3 obvious quests in Shing Jea Monastery throughout your leveling on Shing Jea Island, namely a quest to get Tanning ingredients, a Naga quest and an Escort quest.

    Might I also suggest when you are given the option to choose a second proffession that you do all the quests. This allows you to gain approximately 30,000 exp points, where otherwise you would only get about 10,000
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    Guild Wars: Nightfall

    Warrior
    Mesmer
    Monk
    Ranger
    Necromancer
    Elementalist
    Assassin
    Ritualist
    Dervish
    Paragon

    Professions in bold are the added classes to Guild Wars in Nightfall.

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