"Deep inside, she knew who she was, and that person was smart and kind and often even funny, but somehow her personality always got lost somewhere between her heart and her mouth, and she found herself saying the wrong thing or, more often, nothing at all."
It took 586 days, 2 makeover kits and an 800 gem costume, but I finally like the look of my Mesmer.
Now if I only knew how to play the class properly.
I’m not really fond of crafting. My mesmer only reached level 400 in cooking because I thought the food icons were cute. Aidan is 200 something huntsman for nearly a year now after I figured the precursor price increase too fast for me to be able to afford it.
Because of this, I don’t see the crafting window often. But yesterday I was in Fields of Ruin, and I wanted an item from the bank, so I quickly ran to the nearest crafting station to get it. It was the artificer station. I hadn’t seen the image before but I thought it looked very beautiful, so I decided to check out the others as well.
Even though I’ve spent time on some of the crafts, I never paid a lot of attention to the artwork. When you click on a recipe, most of it is obscured.
It’s a shame, isn’t it? It’s very beautiful and it must have taken a lot of time to make these.
Oi, I only noticed your ask now! I apologise if I’m replying late.
But thank you very much! I’m so happy you enjoy my blog!
Have a nice day!
I folded a little party hat for Aidan to celebrate 2 years of Guild Wars 2!
The birthday blaster gun is so much fun! ovo
Thank you! The armour looks really beautiful, I’m so fond of the details it has. I was doubting for a few days before I caved, though. Aidan always had armour dyed in modest, earthly colours, which I thought were fitting for a Ranger.
The T3 cultural armour will still be his main armour, but there’s plenty of time to be prancing around looking posh.
Also now I don’t have to create a Warrior or Guardian to dress up in cool Heavy Armour. ovo
But perhaps he should practise the Greatsword more. Before he pokes someone’s eye out.