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On:Aug 20, 2013
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On:Mar 10, 2013
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Our jumping puzzle gem contest!
On:Mar 03, 2013
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Watch as Knights Templar's Jumping Puzzle Pro, Crowl, takes on the difficult Branded Mine in the Fields of Ruin where falling could result instant death! Feel free to leave comments and ask any questions. View our channel to see more videos of Crowl the Jumping Puzzle Pro! Be sure to subscribe we have a lot more puzzles on the way!!
On:Sep 04, 2012
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Follow along as Knights Templar's jumping puzzle pro, Crowl, shows you the new path in Troll Garden, another hidden area in Lions Arch! This secret area has been updated and Crowl show's us the path during the stress tests post BWE3. There is now a side wall that needs to be climbed, a hole to jump through, and a plank to walk.
On:Aug 23, 2012
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Follow along as [KT]Crowl takes on the Lions Arch Jumping Puzzle during BWE3!
On:Aug 02, 2012
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Follow along as Guardian of KT survives the final BWE finale and battles the few remaining opposing forces!.. ArenaNet ended the last Guild Wars 2 beta weekend event with a Hunger Games spin-off, the "Hunger Royale." Players who met up in the asura Metrica Province were prompted to go through a number of special portals, which transported us to a separate map. Players wound up in new outfits -- colored to match one of four teams -- and armed with guns. Oh, and we can't forget the sunglasses. We were armed with energy-based weapons that ran on limited ammo, so every skill used depleted our supply. Ammunition drops and recharge stations could be found scattered around the map, though anyone who ran out of ammo could melee other players instead in a devastating knockback attack. Other tricks included a shield to block enemy fire and cloaking ability. Oh, and the whole time, our health continued to steadily degenerate. Rations could be picked up and consumed for a temporarily health boost, but those didn't actually stop the degen. Not all rations lying around were good, however; players could actually set explosive rations as traps. If a player died, they would be brought back as a robot rather than player character. These miniature floating golems could ping enemies for living teammates, create bubble shields, and drop ammunition -- no rations though. By the end of the event, you had parades of these adorable robots floating after any and all living players, no matter what team they were on.
On:Jul 24, 2012
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Testing out a new intro with this video.... Here's short footage of the finale for BWE2. Alliance mate Rose (A.Net Developer Isaiah Cartwright) was one of the last remaining in our world yet to be branded by the corruption. We were pleased to take part in turning him to the dark side!! ;)
On:Jun 13, 2012
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