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Guild Wars - Gameplay - Guilds
... As the name suggests, guilds are a core element of Guild Wars, manifesting not only as social units but also being closely linked with the game mechanics ... Although a player is not required to join a guild, it adds value to the gaming time and increases camaraderie ... Often, joining a guild is a good way to get help from more experienced players as the in-game guild interface allows communication between guild members ...
Daniel Dociu - Works
... FIFA Soccer 95 FIFA Soccer 96 FIFA Soccer 2002 Guild Wars 2 Guild Wars Eye of the North Guild Wars Factions Guild Wars Nightfall Guild Wars Prophecies James Bond 007 Everything or Nothing James Bond 007 Nightfire ...
Shiro - Japanese Term - Pronounced "shiro" - Fictional Characters
... Shiro Tagachi, also Shiro the Betrayer, a character in the Guild Wars series, featuring in Guild Wars Factions and Guild Wars Nightfall Shiro from Ginga Densetsu ...
Jeremy Soule - Discography - Video Games
... Navy SEALs (2002) Star Wars Bounty Hunter (2002) Magic School Bus Explores the World of Animals Harry Potter Quidditch World Cup (2003) Sovereign (canceled in 2003) Star Wars Knights ...
Guild Wars 2 - Synopsis - Setting
... Guild Wars 2 takes place in the high fantasy world of Tyria, 250 years after the players' defeat of the Great Destroyer in the Eye of the North expansion ... the continent have awoken in the time since Guild Wars, causing widespread destruction to Tyria and corrupting its inhabitants ... supplanted from most of their land by natural disasters and war with the charr, who have finally reclaimed the last vestiges of their ancestral homeland of Ascalon ...

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    That doctrine [of peace at any price] has done more mischief than any I can well recall that have been afloat in this country. It has occasioned more wars than any of the most ruthless conquerors. It has disturbed and nearly destroyed that political equilibrium so necessary to the liberties and the welfare of the world.
    Benjamin Disraeli (1804–1881)