In the latest installment of the Last Whiskey Bar, Innuendo and I go toe to toe on whether legendary weapons should be tradeable. Innuendo is firmly in the 'against' camp and Xerin is in the 'for'. Considering one of us has made a small fortune from the lucrative trade of selling on legendary weapons, this should be interesting.
The Last Whiskey Bar
Sardu and Lewis B square off in a bar brawl to the death in GuildWars2Hub’s unique spin on the traditional point / counterpoint format. We present our sides of a topic each week, and let our readers determine the victor.
Its been a while since the writers of GW2 Hub fought over an issue and the Ascended items, introduced a little over a month ago, certainly stirred up many a discussion. In this installment of the Last Whisky Bar, Innuendo and I go toe to toe on whether Ascended items are a good or a bad thing. To mix things up a little, Innuendo is (less than willingly) in the 'for' camp and Xerin is in the 'against'.
The gloves come off this week for the latest round of The Last Whiskey Bar. While both Xerin and Sardu agree that the tiered trait system is a perfectly viable switch, apparently the same doesn't necessarily apply to other aspects of the game.
Both participants come out swinging this round as they attempt to address: Tiered Utility Skill Unlocks: For or Against?
Xerin is firmly in the 'against' camp, while Sardu is all for this major change to how utility skills are unlocked for players. Read on to witness both sides of the argument in our latest and greatest virtual bar brawl to the death!
Welcome to the second episode of The Last Whiskey Bar. In it, Sardu and Xerin square off in a bar brawl to the death in GuildWars2Hub’s take on the traditional point / counterpoint format.
This week we decided to tackle another major topic focused on structured PvP in Guild Wars 2: Which is the dominant factor when it comes to structured PvP: melee or ranged combat?
Xerin argues for ranged, while Sardu sides with melee for this round. Who will emerge victorious this week? Read on and then be sure to cast your vote in the comments!
Welcome to the first installment of The Last Whiskey Bar. In it, Sardu and Xerin square off in a bar brawl to the death in GuildWars2Hub’s unique spin on the traditional point / counterpoint format. We present our sides of a topic each week, and let our readers determine the victor.
For our first week we decided to tackle a pretty major topic that should resonate with fans of structured PvP in Guild Wars 2. Which is more important when it comes to 5v5 team composition: fulfilling a specific role or individual professions?