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This is about an event that happened in Guild Wars Prophecies. I will try to tell it so that people who don't play Guild Wars will understand.

 

 

 

Prologue

 

 

 

The kingdom of Ascalon, a lush, green, beautiful nation. Led under the great King Adelbern, Ascalon has prospered over the years. Up until about a month ago Tyria, that's the continent Ascalon and other nations are located on, was in a state of warfare. The war mainly began when the guilds of Tyria became greedy and power hungry. They waged battles with each other and over the years, grudges were formed. The nations of Ascalon, Kryta, and Orr tried to remain neutral in the wars [Dubbed the Guild Wars], but if they wanted the goodwill of their guilds then they had no choice but to go to war. The warring nations were too preoccupied to notice a foul race of war-loving, territorial creatures amassing an army in the north. That race was the Charr. The Charr, driven forward by their gods, the Titans, invaded Ascalon, Kryta, and Orr. The three nations called a stalemate and focused on the invading Charr. Ascalon, defended by its wall, named The Great Northern Wall, fended off individual Charr warbands. Kryta, was aided by a man named Saul D' Alessio and his Unseen gods, the Mursaat. Orr suffered a much darker fate than being killed by the Charr. Khilbron, the king of Orr's most trusted adviser, went below the city of Arah and read aloud a forbidden scroll of dark magic. The entire nation of Orr was consumed in a flash of blinding light, then it sank into the ocean, killing off the invading Charr and all of Orr. The Charr have gotten bolder and are testing The Great Northern Wall for weak points, also sending out warbands to attack Ascalon. Kryta was saved from the Charr but Saul D' Alessio was lost, never to be seen again... Since then, Ascalon has become the Charr's primary target. The citizens of Ascalon live their normal lives behind the wall, unaware that in a few days, their lives would be changed forever...


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I have a question about the prolouge. Were you actually telling a story with it? or just explaining to us Guild Wars History; because if you were trying to tell a story, its chock full of gramatical errors(most are easy fixes)


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You're just paraphrasing what's in the manual. You have the same problem as that Seer person in that you don't quite seem to grasp what it means to be creative with your writing. Fanfiction is all well and good, but there's no point to it if all you're doing is recounting the story of the game.

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You're just paraphrasing what's in the manual. You have the same problem as that Seer person in that you don't quite seem to grasp what it means to be creative with your writing. Fanfiction is all well and good, but there's no point to it if all you're doing is recounting the story of the game.

 

 

 

 

 

Whoa. I just pulled out my manual, and your RIGHT. Its exactly the same. Cmon man, I'm sure you have SOME creativity in you.


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PROLOGUE PPL THATS JUST TO EXPLAIN TO PEOPLE WHO DON'T PLAY GUILD WARS. I'd appreciate it if you take into consideration the people who don't play Guild Wars and need the prologue to know what I'm talkin about. Wow, just the prologue and people blame me for being uncreative. The real story aint even happening yet. Maybe I should just get this story locked... Well, that's another idea gone down the drain...


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I have a question about the prolouge. Were you actually telling a story with it? or just explaining to us Guild Wars History; because if you were trying to tell a story, its chock full of gramatical errors(most are easy fixes)
I'm not telling the story YET but I will. [Probably not because I'm probably gonna have this locked.

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