from Matthias Brückle
In Guild Wars 2, the beginning of the end will soon begin – at least when it comes to the Icebrood saga. The finale is divided into several chapters. The first is called "Armistice" and is presented in a trailer showing the invasion of Tyria by the destroyers.

The Guild Wars 2 Icebrood saga will enter its final round in mid-November – at least in the first part of its final round. Because instead of a final episode, the developers divided the finale into four chapters called "Champions". The first, called "Armistice", is coming up on November 17th. A trailer introduces new content as well as rewards in the form of weapon skins. But be careful:
The trailer spoils the content of the previous story!

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Guild Wars 2: Trailer to kick off the finale of the Icebrood saga

Old and surprising allies against Primordus

In this update, Dragon Aid missions find their way into the game. These are not open world events like the invasions of Scarlet, Mordremoth and Joko's henchmen. Instead, these are instances for up to five players who send us back to old areas to stop the dragon minions side by side with allied groups. Chapter 1 focuses on the Ebon Vanguard and the Crystal Blossom, which we already know from earlier content. Ryland is also an unexpected ally: the new champion Jormags helps us against the fiery Primordus hordes, because they are also an enemy of the ice dragon.






The Order of the Crystal Blossom in GW2 represents followers of the prismatic dragon Aurene. They first appeared in the episode 'Eternal War'. In 'Armistice' they fight by our side again.



The Order of the Crystal Blossom in GW2 represents supporters of the prismatic dragon Aurene. They first appeared in the episode "Eternal War". In "Armistice" they fight by our side again.

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Teaser for the next chapter: TENGU!

The trailer already gives a preview of the next chapters, in which Tengu, Kodan and maybe even dwarfs could join us. After all, the latter have been the arch enemies of Primordus destroyers for centuries. The one seen in the trailer Ogden Stone Healer could also act on their own. The bird-like Tengu seem like a preparation for End of Dragons, after all, the Tengu played a major role in the associated continent Cantha in the past.

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No more silence: the setting in GW2 is back!

Parallel to this update there is finally something for the ears: The setting of the episodes "No Mercy" and "Jormag's Awakening" will finally be integrated into the game on November 17th! Due to security concerns about Covid-19, there was no synchronization for these episodes. In the meantime, however, the speakers in the USA have received the necessary funds to breathe life into our characters and NPCs.

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