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GW2 Bot with Scripting support

GW2 Radar Bot

So I found the website www.mmoviper.com. It has alot of really good bots on it, but today I’m going to talk about their GW2 Bot – ViperBot. This bot is amaizing. It supports background mode via a plugin, has plugin support to add your own plugins, and so much more. Here is a quick run down.

1. Patrol. You tell the bot where you want to hunt and give it “hotspots”. The bot will then run to these hotspots and look for things to kill. The best performance I have had is setting up hotspots in event areas. Because you only have to kill/tag one mob from a event to get credit and major xps.

2. What to hunt. You tell the bot specifically what you want to hunt, so it will bypass all of the trash along the way. Get a few names from the events or just enter what you want to hunt.

3. Harvesting/Gathering. Yep, you can have it run patrols gathering via the gather bot included. What is really good about this bot, is it doesnt use teleporting or things like that which WILL get you banned!!! To date, no bans using the viper bot.

4. Background mode. Have it do everything all while you surf, watch a movie or whatever.

5. Plugins. Make your own modifications to the bot to fine tune it or customize it for your class.

6. Radar. Get a birds eye view of things around you. Mobs, harvest nodes, etc.

7. Price. 30 bucks a year. You cant beat that. Most of the competition runs like 10 a month.. who wants to pay 120 bucks for a year to use a bot?

Ok, now the cons. Currently there are no pre-made profiles. You have to make your own. But in all fairness, they are really good at helping out newbs setup their hotkeys, spells, etc and get the bot rolling. They have announced a shared profile system, but its not ready for public yet.

Here is a video they have showing it off:

GW2 First Class Revealed - The Elementalist

SC2 Mac Beta Invites Are AwayAreanet just released the first class in the game. This class is the elementalist, best of all they also included some pictures and videos below.

Elementalists use nature to help them accomplish their goals. You can pick from the 4 different elements of fire, water, air, and earth. Elementalist can change from not only being a direct damage dealers, but also a protector with aoe defense spells.

Check out the link and videos below.

Elementalist 1

guild wars 2 elementalist

GW2 Designer Manifesto (What Makes GW2 Great)

GW2 Designer Manifesto (What Makes GW2 Great)A giant post from the creators of gw1 areana.net was posted about how they plan on making guild wars 2 amazing.

The biggest part of this is how they plan on giving all players xp in the game. If you participate in killing a mob or a giant quest you will get 100% of the xp and loot all the other players get. Its not going to be split up based on the amount of damage you do, or getting the finale blow. This is their way they think to fix wow instances and the random loot rolls all players have to deal with. So instead of being forced to do an instance 50+ times to just get a few items you need, now you can run it far less and get all the great loot. Here is the direct quote in the blog about this subject.

Of course GW2 has great support for parties, but they just don’t feel as necessary as they do in other MMOs, because your interests are always aligned with all other nearby players anyway. When someone kills a monster, not just that player’s party but everyone who was seriously involved in the fight gets 100% of the XP and loot for the kill. When an event is happening in the world – when the bandits are terrorizing a village – everyone in the area has the same motivation, and when the event ends, everyone gets rewarded.

This sounds like a very promising way to handle mmos. However the big problem is the end game. What keeps wow players playing is trying to get all the top tier loot in the game. From Guild Wars 2 new loot system it seems players will hit that limit far quicker, so they need to find a way to keep players coming back. Maybe dungeons dont drop as much loot, or more end game instances? Well i have faith that areana.net has learned all the pros and cons from guild wars 1 and they will release something great.