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The death of Prince Rurik is one of those gaming moments you never forget; you are with guilr when it occurs, and you are unable to save him; so reading about the world-changing consequences of his father’s grief is anchoring for those of us who played the original Guild Wars. I found the book entertaining and enjoyed reading it.
Pretty much the only downside was that it’s very noticeable that poor authors had to squeeze a metric fuckton of lore and worldbuilding into the novel, so vln are a lot of walls of text clumsily grafted into dialogues.
Having a little knowledge about vob game made it really easy to visualize the characters, hear their voic Ghosts of Ascalon is a tie-in novel that came out while Guild Wars 2 was still in production.
I had to have a bestiary open on my browser just to look up the races of some of the main characters. Jun 06, Aaron rated it it was amazing. The four main characters are great! The end was sudden and I missed the way back, and know what happen in the end with our heroes.
Ghosts of Ascalon (Guild Wars, #1) by Matt Forbeck
To ask other readers questions about Ghosts of Ascalonplease sign up. Somewhat ironically, my grandfather has recently asked me to write an account of his life. In general, I think the races are too stereotypical with too little individual character.
Jul 16, kazerniel rated it really liked it. Zscalon guess I wanted to see more of the place, since we don’t get ascalonn see much of the ruined city on game.
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I recommend the book. The female characters did not fare well in this story as well, which sort of put me off a bit. At Barnes and Noble I picked out two Guild Wars books this one and Edge of Destinyboth tie-ins to the video game series, because I was looking forward to the then-upcoming Guild Wars 2 game which was set to be released around that time and I wanted to familiarize myself with the universe and lore.
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I have no idea why; according to others it’s not a very difficult game, but for me it seems to be impossible. He’s still alive and kicking to this day, except now he lives with us in New York oh my. View all 3 comments. Great for fans of the game, average as a fantasy novel. Plus it was like five bucks. Refresh and try again. Having a little knowledge about the game made it really easy to visualize the characters, hear their voices, and understand their personalities, as well as understand the geography in the book.
Preview — Ghosts of Ascalon by Matt Forbeck. The death of Prince Rurik is one of those gaming moments you never forget; you are with him when it occurs, and you are unable to save him; so reading about the world-changing consequences The best part about this book is that, as a long-time Guild Wars player, I’ve been reading about places I’ve visited, events I took part in, and foes I defeated.
I suppose this would be the video game equivalent of watching the movie first.
I don’t say it’s bad, I loved the characters, mostly Gullik -bless him- but the travel took so much of the book, and the stay in Ascalon so few. Either way it was hot. Ascwlon And yeah, I am playing a charr. It seemed like every other chapter saw our adventurers getting into yet another fight, but at least the story was moving forward.
A part of me even wishes the novel could have been longer, but it ended well and for the most part guilx was well-paced. But I wasn’t impressed by the main quest.
But then it was in contrast to my grumpy grandfather and his insect infested house littered with snot-rags and pill bottles, made gester worse by the geisteer Florida September. Jan 09, Rayen rated it liked it Shelves: I recommend this book to those who have have played Guild Wars 2 and to those w Guild Wars: Published July 27th by Pocket Star first published January 1st I really wanted to love this book. I read it pretty quickly, and I found myself feeling drawn to it every time I tried to put it down.
The first chapter was by far the best bit. Burroughs, some Philip K. If you haven’t played either of the Guild Wars games, this may not be di easy to follow. Among many other details, the book tells about both sides of the war from the rival humans and charr.
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Want to Read saving…. But then, it was Florida. They had goal and they were coming guilf it, but no stronger enemies, and I was expecting some sort of building up and climax, but guil just dissipated like every ghost from Ascalon I know what is Moa, how Ascalon looks I battled thousands of ghosts even if it sounds so ridiculous: Jul 11, CardinalFunky rated it really liked it.
I’ll just stick to playing GW2 from now on. I liked the introspection and need for redemption exhibited by Dougal. It was just a lot of fun. The pace is neither too slow nor too fast, and you don’t drag yourself through it.