Month: August 2015

GW2 BWE1: Revenant Weapons Test PvP

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I decided to test out some of the revenant weapons in the PvP training ground to see how they were improved from the revenant beta test weekend. I tested the staff (shown in another video set), hammer, mace/axe combo and the dual swords. I never did try out mace/sword, or */shield combos.

Hammer in PvP:

Still arguably my favorite weapon choice for the revenant. The hammer didn’t really feel too much different from the revenant beta test, just a bit more polished in skill activation and chaining.

Sword/Sword

Obviously the dual swords were not available until the Legendary Assassin Stance, but the skills felt well done. This combo could well knock off the hammer as my favorite revenant weapon.

Mace/Axe

Mace/Axe felt slightly improved to me. They had become something a favorite of mine from the revenant beta weekend so I was quite pleased to see the slight changes.

GW2 BWE1 Improved Revenant Staff

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To me it felt like the revenant staff skills were improved and smoother from the revenant beta weekend. Much better movement and flow.

This was especially noticeable in the PvP training ground.

 

GW2: What Lies Beneath the Vines?

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What lies beneath the vines? Rev Charrma discovered the horrible truth.

BWE1 Revenant Assassin Skills EotM Pt 3

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More revenent action from EotM.

Music: “Keys to the Castle” by The126ers

BWE1 Revenant Assassin Skills EotM Pt 2

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More revenant wandering through EotM with the zerg.

Music: “Elephants” by Huma-Huma

BWE1 Revenant Assassin Skills EotM Pt 1

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A video with some revenant action in EotM during the first day of the Beta Weekend Event.

Music:

“Fight or Flight” (Artist Ethan Meixsell)
“March On”  (Artist Ethan Meixsell)

 

Revenant Elite Specialization: The Herald

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The Revenant’s Elite Specialization was announced today. And I can say I’m definitely stoked even if the Herald is meant to focus on a support role.

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