Introducing the unofficial guide to the guild wars 2 combat system, this nifty guide here gives you an insider’s look how to effectively use your skills in combat. I think that this Gw2 leveling book can help you in battle. For one, the book tells you how to use your skills in battle, especially in the professionally designed skill rotation.
I looked at Guild Wars I and went, “Why should I care about Guild Wars II?” and I shrugged it off. But after taking some time to look into the game, I’ve learned a lot of really cool things about the game that I want to share with you guys. Stuff that makes me excited, and that I know is going to make you excited. Let’s jump right in.
Combat in Guild Wars 2 leveling guide is so cool and interesting. Let’s look at World of Warcraft combat. In PVE and in PVP you want to execute a spell rotation that allows you to do as much damage as you possibly can in the shortest amount of time you possibly can. And there are a lot of people who spend a lot of time to figure this out, and congrats to them. In PVP you want to do the exact same thing, but you also want to counter certain people’s decisions. Basically what I’m saying is your opponent can change their rotation to optimize their survivability for a little while and then optimize their damage after they’ve survived your damage. Then the back and forth begins. In most cases, everyone wins except the warrior, because the warrior can’t survive without a healer.
In World of Warcraft, that’s how it works, and we like that, and that’s all fun and games, and that’s really great. In Guild Wars II guide, it kind of works like this. When you press a button, you swing. Whatever that ability is, you use it.
Also, in Guild Wars II combat, you have a dodge mechanic that is funded by a resource called endurance. The little bar above the right action bar in the UI for Guild Wars II is the endurance bar that lets you dodge. Some professions can dodge more often than others, but that’s just because that’s the way that their profession works. What does dodging help you do? Well, dodging helps you not get hit by telegraphable skills. I know that Guild Wars 2 Warrior guide to a skill where they swing their mace and the longer they hold down the mace, they’ll hit you for more. If you get the hell out of it, you won’t get hit for as much. Or a certain swing on two-handers take a little bit longer to actually happen, so you can get out of them. If you feel like getting hit by one, you can stand there, sure, but in the game the combat allows you to have the choice to move out of the way. Again, this rewards you for being a really good player, and it also instills dynamics in combat. u don’t even have to be on the target. This actually holds you accountable for pressing the button when you’re supposed to when you’re in melee range. I want you to keep that in mind because that actually rewards you for being a skilled player in this game and