Ive actually created two new characters in the original. After selling off all the junk I was hording for some reason, I no longer needed the two "mule" characters so I deleted them and made a new elementalist and a new ranger. I'm not sure how you delete a character in GW2, but in the original after you pick the character and click on delete it makes you type in that character's name and hit delete again, so you can't accidentally delete a character.
The easiest thing to accomplish in Guild Wars 2 is getting killed. The monsters are more likely to kill your character than your character is the monsters.
Most of Arena Nets claims about Guild Wars 2 didn't actually pan out. For example they claimed things you do in the game would have a permanent effect on your home. The example they gave was having to choose between saving an orphanage that is on fire or a hospital. I played through that. My choice was not permanent. In fact it only lasts until you leave your home instance. When you return both hospital and orphanage are there untouched by fire. The only choice that actually effects your home is which of the "lesser" races you help/ That choices results in one NPC representing that race appearing in your home. And it will always be there. At the time I quit none of the mini games they talked about were actually in place. I have no idea whether the apps they talked about for monitoring the game while offline came about but my guess is "no".
Oh and after claiming mounts ruin games by allowing players to skip over content, the new expansions is adding mounts.
And even though everything about the Tengu screams "next playable race" including their having their own city, with a locked gate leading to it in Lion's Arch, Tengu is still not a playable race.
I really wish they had stuck with "Guild Wars; Utopia" the originally planned Guild Wars expansion. They claim they put Utopia ideas into Guild Wars 2. But I find that hard to believe since GW2 does not have the Utopia classes or NPC races.
Edited by GuybrushThreepwood (08/30/17 02:34 PM)
Adventure Game: Broken Age
Casual: Redemption Cemetery: One Foot In The Grave
Darkside: The Witcher