I don’t think this fight went on long enough. We need more ridiculous mechanics and stupidly, exospherically high HP for an interesting fight, ANet.
(For the record, I almost nodded off during this.)
I spotted another fashionable character here who I thought looked rather bad ass.
Mog and Maeve discussing airships. Mog’s slowly trying to get her used the idea for the day that he
stealfinds an airship for their own use.
C’mon, they look like they were made to run an airship! It’s got to happen some day!
Ooooh no! No you didn’t. You were all lying on the ground contributing NOTHING and left all the fighting to ME! Don’t you try to hog the credit!
So, is Maeve channeling Lyssa out her right wrist? Or is that Mog doing it from…somewhere else?
I think Guild Wars 2 took the comment “you know what this needs, more lesbians” a little too seriously.
In all actual seriousness, this is one of the first times that I’ve actually seen something like this in a video game (by that, meaning I’m actually playing the game and it shows up).
Here’s the write up on the two characters.
First, Marjory Delaqua
Marjory Delaqua is a human detective of Canthan descent. She is the business as well as romantic partner of Kasmeer Meade, and forms half of Delaqua Investigations. She was formerly a member of the Durmand Priory and still occasionally exchanges information with them. In 1326 AE, after the murder of Captain Theo Ashford, Marjory was tasked with locating the Aetherblade Retreat, an endeavor in which she was highly successful.
And now, Kasmeer Meade.
Lady Kasmeer Meade is a human noble. Her mother died when she was young, and her father was murdered in debter’s prison after he spent everything to pay off the debts of her brother, Kyle in early 1326 AE. Since then she has fallen on hard times. In the face of an unsympathetic nobility in Divinity’s Reach, Meade partnered up with Marjory Delaqua as a private investigator of the Delaqua Investigations in order to make ends meet. Their professional partnership eventually blossomed into a romantic partnership. Kasmeer has mentioned a “Mesmer Collective” to which she seems to have been, or is, also associated.
Erinn’s looking a little smug with his new colors…