The Scrying Pool: Solo Spelunker

Another week, another article of the Scrying Pool. This week’s article is The Scrying Pool: Solo Spelunker and is about solo dungeons. This coming in the wake of the recently added solo boss encounter, Canach’s Lair, in Guild Wars 2.

As always, if you miss a week (or I keep forgetting to update here) you can find them linked in the previous posts here on my site or you can find all and future articles in the series here.

The Scrying Pool: Two new articles!

Sage 5I seem to be bad at remembering to update my blog as I have the last two articles of the Scrying Pool to show off today. Last week’s article was all about Magic Find in Guild Wars 2 with The Scrying Pool: A Magical Find.

Then earlier today I released another new article, this time going over cosmetic clothing called Town Clothes in GW2. You can read all about that in this week’s article The Scrying Pool: Wardrobe Malfunction.

As always, if you miss a week (or I keep forgetting to update here) you can find them linked in the previous posts here on my site or you can find all and future articles in the series here.

The Scrying Pool: A Lively World

Sage 3Been a bit since the last Scrying Pool, but it is back again with a new article today! In The Scrying Pool: A Lively World, I looked at the Living Stories that ArenaNet has introduced to Guild Wars 2. As always, I then take a moment to look at what players might see in the future within GW2.

As always, if you miss a week (or I keep forgetting to update here) you can find them linked in the previous posts here on my site or you can find all and future articles in the series here.

The Scrying Pool: 4 New Articles!

It has been a while since I last updated this, so there has become a back catalog of Scrying Pool Articles. As always, if you miss a week (or I keep forgetting to update here) you can find them linked in the previous posts here on my site or you can find all and future articles in the series here.

The Scrying Pool: Deep Sea Horrors

Deep Sea Scorpion

A little late posting about it this week, but there was another new article released for The Scrying Pool. In this week’s article titled The Scrying Pool: Deep Sea Horrors, I talked about the Deep Sea Dragon: the mysterious Elder Dragon in the Guild Wars 2 world. Talks about Cantha and the Empire of the Dragon also managed to sneak their way into the article.

This was the third article of The Scrying Pool, my Guild Wars 2 column on Zam.com. If you missed the others you can find them linked in the previous posts here on my site, or you can find all and future articles in the series here.

The Scrying Pool: Mounts

Yesterday was Wednesday which can only mean one thing: a new article for The Scrying Pool. If you missed last week’s post, The Scrying Pool is my Guild Wars 2 column over on ZAM.com where I look at Guild Wars 2 and what could come to the game.

Horse in Desert

This week’s article is all about Mounts. Last week the community got really excited when a concept art depicting the new content patch showed what many believed to be one of the races in the game riding a horse. In this article I took a close look at that art then gave some thoughts on how mounts could be added to the game even though ArenaNet (development studio behind Guild Wars 2) has said there were no plans for mounts currently.

After reading the article, check out the comment section where I give a little more explanation behind my proposed mount system. Last but not least, The Scrying Pool now has its own section (sort of) where all of The Scrying Pool articles can be found.

The Scrying Pool

I have been a writer over on ZAM.com for the past few months writing up news stories on the latest happenings in the PC Gaming world. Earlier today however, we released the first article of my Guild Wars 2 column called The Scrying Pool. In this column I will be looking at what we know of the game and its lore and seeing what might be coming in the MMO’s future.

In this first article, titled The Scrying Pool: Ancient Sylvari, I look at the Sylvari playable race, its lore, and what stories we might see unfold down the road. You can read the article over on ZAM.com where you will find each new article of the column released every Wednesday.