- 16 Mar, 2012
Started weapon gallery
- 15 Nov, 2012
Asura - medium, light - standard, karma, crafted, order
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Welcome to Guild Wars 2 Armor Gallery
I have started this gallery to show armour sets. I'm hoping these previews will prove useful to people that want to see the skins available.
The armour for all types and all races is now fully complete!
Good news: I have recently added legacy armour for all races! These include Heritage armour and Fire God's Vambraces and are rewards armour skins for completing achievements in Guild Wars 1.
I have started a weapons gallery, go here to view the skins that I have uploaded so far.
Please, if you notice an error, let me know in the comments section! I would really appreciate it.
Representing: Arch Angels of Tyria [ANGL] - (NZ Guild)
World: Tarnished Coast
Armour is divided into three levels, light, medium, and heavy. Each profession can only wear one level of armour:
Scholars (Elementalists, Mesmers, Necromancers) wear light armour.
Adventurers (Rangers, Thieves, Engineers) wear medium armour.
Soldiers (Guardians, Warriors) wear heavy armour.
Armour can be acquired in several different ways:
Purchased from an armoursmith.
Crafted through the disciplines of the armoursmith, leatherworker, and tailor.
Dropped by a foe as loot.
As a PvP reward from a glory vendor.
As a reward for completing certain steps of your personal story.
Purchased from a Karma Merchant.
Exchanging tokens with a Dungeon Vendor. Tokens are a reward for completing a dungeon's explorable mode.
Every race has race-specific cultural armour sets available for purchase in their respective capital cities. Cultural armour is divided into three tiers of light, medium and heavy, meaning each race has access to nine exclusive sets. Cultural armour can be purchased with coin and is level restricted.