As for that question about what pistol I could use that would match Quip - by Raven I do believe I’ve found the solution! Quip matches Quip just fine!
Best part about the update
Tiny Tyria - Trader’s Forum.
Tiny Tyria is a series of edited screenshots that create the illusion of a miniature city.
I made a warrior who is fabulous and friends with Rin’s warrior who is a full 78 levels higher than my Lysander. AHA… They’re bros. I also drew them
MAY ANET HAVE MERCY ON YOUR SOUL.
For goodness’ sake, Anet. Can we have ONE new light armor for women THAT ACTUALLY LOOKS LIKE ARMOR?
Taking all bets right now at how much of the Sylvari and Norn’s armor is going to be missing on the female variant.
If that shit ain’t skimpy on the male version …
GDI I’m so tired of this.
And the male version iiiiiiiis …
OH LOOK. IT’S ANOTHER FUCKIN’ FULL LENGTH ROBE BECAUSE MALE SCHOLARS DON’T HAVE NEARLY ENOUGH OF THOSE YET.
Can we even talk basic armour set design here? There is nothing remotely cohesive going on between these two “versions of the same set”. The patterns are different, the fabric, the motifs, the fabric structure, none of it even remotely says “Hey, we’re part of the Incarnate set!”
I think they just cannot design male light armour. They just can’t. The designs are uninspired, repetitive, unflattering drivel. Get your goddamn act together please if you want my money, Anet.
This. Male armors are repetitive, all of them fully covering every bit of skin, all of them either tunics and pants or robes or just plates, while female ones are… LETS SHOW MORE SKIN JUST FOR THE SAKE OF IT. Or even better, bECAUSE FEMALE
Some of you maybe remember that a month or so ago I wrote them support ticket asking for this inconsistency, to which they answered that I should seek justice on their forums. But as tenander said, such thing would just be wasting time.
Anet… Really… This bugged me even back in GW1, but at least in GW1 armors were always thematically similar in the same set.
Let’s just say I’ve heard other people in the MMO industry — ANet’s competitors — say, “We don’t even try to pretend Guild Wars isn’t sexist.”
When other folks in the industry say that, there’s clearly a problem, and I’m not just talking about ANet’s lack of self-awareness.
First thing I did when Feature Patch arrived?
Turned Rexar into a Norn, that’s what.