Last week’s Bar Brawl came up with a multitude of well thought out responses, so congratulations to everyone. As was said on the podcast, we’ll be starting to hand out “awards” or “titles” to people on the back of their contributions. They’re not always for being reasonable though – in fact the sillier and more ridiculous the response, the better.
Kicking off the awards are Shongaqu and Klunk who share the “Double Trouble” award for their oddly well synchronised responses, closely followed by Bottle who can officially call himself a “Playa” for wanting a mount to impress the ladies. Shout outs go to Kyrai Styx, Bargamer and Ghostboy for their extra awesome responses too.
This week’s fight is all about storage. Lets face it, some of us like to wander through our lives with a little bit more luggage than others, and eventually we all reach that point where there’s just no more that can be stuffed into a backpack. Thankfully in Tyria reaching that point isn’t swiftly followed by a trip to the docs, but there’s still only so much you can carry. Its strange now to think that when Guild Wars started in 2005, players only had access to a single storage pane and four characters on an account when we now have a multitude of storage panes, material storage and characters. The problem of storage is compounded of course by that random item you don’t want to get rid of. Whether its saving an item “just in case” or for sentimental reasons, most of us have an item or two that we just can’t part with – even when our storage is full to overflowing.
Today, we’d like to hear your visions for storage in Guild Wars 2. Do you think the Xunlai will be making a return to Tyria? Do you want the system of storage to change in Guild Wars 2 – maybe we should be purchasing bag slots for storage instead of extra panes. How much of a strain will crafting put on storage space? Are you planning on purchasing another account to ease you pack rat woes? What random items do you currently collect?
Leave your thoughts below, email us at [email protected], send us an mp3 of your response or call us on 708.202.9262