Check out a female member of the Human race from Guild Wars 2.
Check out a male member of the Human race from Guild Wars 2.
Check out a female member of the Charr race from Guild Wars 2.
Check out a male member of the Charr race from Guild Wars 2.
Check out a female member of the Asura race from Guild Wars 2.
Check out a male member of the Asura race from Guild Wars 2.
Not sure what race or class to play in Guild Wars 2? Here's a set of links to exhibits on each character class and male and female examples of each race in the game.
The warrior rely on its wide range of weapons to destroy its foes and can rally allies in combat.
Thieves are the most flexible combatants in battle, turning enemy items into weapons or receiving special skills when dual-wielding arms.
Master of nature, rangers may call on their pets or spirits to assist with combat and throw down snares to trap and damage foes.
The power of death is the Necromancer's ally, granting him supernatural power over the undead.
The Mesmer is a master of illusion and battlefield duplicity.
The Guardian is the ultimate defender and can extend their protection to others.
The Engineer uses his knowledge of kits and turrets to roast their foes or help their friends.
Elementalists harness the magic inherent in air, earth, fire, and water to their advantage.
Welcome to the Guild Wars 2 Professions Exhibit. Choosing from the eight galleries below, you'll be able to preview the various races and professions in the game.
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