Thus far, Guild Wars 2’s story has revolved largely around the six elder dragons. The base game’s personal story crescendoed with the slaying of Zhaitan, the undead dragon, and the first two seasons of the living world and the game’s first expansion led to the death of dragon number two, Mordremoth, the jungle dragon. In season three we got the plot twist that killing dragons is actually bad for the environment, so we decided to put the ice dragon Jormag and the fire dragon Primordus to sleep by having their magical energies cancel each other out. After a quick detour to kill the war god Balthazar in Path of Fire (you know, no big deal), season four thrust us immediately back into the fray against the crystal dragon Kralkatorrik. While he’s not dead yet, we’ve kicked him in his branded teeth, and now we’re left on the worst cliffhanger since Star Trek: The Next Generation’s Best of Both Worlds. Assuming we deal with Kralky this season, that leaves only the unnamed ocean dragon, and nobody wants an all-underwater zone. Short of discovering more Elder Dragons (please, no), it seems as if ArenaNet is going to have to take the story… Read full this story
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