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Justiciar Hablion (voice) (as Steven Jay Blum)
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28 April 2005 (USA)  »

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Guild Wars Prophecies  »

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Verata's name probably comes from clatto verata nicto, the incantation that Ash repeatedly fails to recite correctly in Army of Darkness, which is, in turn, a parody to the command klaatu barada nikto from The Day the Earth Stood Still. See more »

Quotes

Jamei: Mhenlo! Ah, my good friend, it is excellent to see you. Your timing is almost fortunate. Give me a hand with these things, would you?
[Party kills a group of the Afflicted]
Jamei: Thank you so much for your help. These vile creatures are everywhere. It seems no place is safe. Perhaps with your help, my friend, all that can change.
Brother Mhenlo: Jamei... it's been too long.
Jamei: Mhenlo... I came as soon as I heard you were expected. It is so good to see you.
Cynn: That's Jamei? Mhenlo, he's a GIRL! All those stories about your ...
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Followed by Guild Wars: Factions (2006) See more »

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yes, but then there's this...
13 February 2006 | by See all my reviews

I totally agree...Guild Wars is an engaging bit of lost reality. One of the few problems I've encountered is that players are usually not that helpful towards others in the least sense unless it is detrimental to their own task. My advice is to stick to the pre game as long as possible to make sure you have enough level to hack it in the "post-searing" world. Plan on doing most of the game by yourself (and broke) although I must admit the designers struck gold when they decided to make computer controlled bots that you can recruit to help you. Overall, I give the game itself an Eight out of Ten based on sheer re-playability and adaptiveness factors alone. Also, the visuals, while not the greatest, are nothing to laugh at either. Overall, I agree. A MUST-HAVE for any RPG fan alive.


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