Like wtf, why is the profession called if you arent allowed to effectively guard something? You could argue the guardian needs to be able to agression(with retalliation for example), but if you 100% of the time, you are effectively a normal dps.Mesmer: entirely same story but vice versaNow dont get me wrong, the PoF elite specs were a step in the right direction (and I think they are amazing tnx anet) but I feel something needs to be done about the core options of these profession to better resemble their original concept.I share your opinion and playstyle, but we must not forget all the different types of players that benefit from them.Some people think its a waste of time to test out skills on their own, some (think they) are ass at the game and need help, .Most are valid reasons to start using “the random guy rotation, eventually inspiring more players to use them when they get defeated/outperformed/.And I cant deny to feel proud when I notice the equipment, builds,. I came up with are apparently tested and considered pretty good by the community.But yeah, in the perfect world, I would prefer to always win against someone I outwitted and outskilled, and I do sometimes feel cheated when I get defeated by someone that just blatantly copied an optimal build/rotation without even knowing why, just to win.Can speak for others but for me, the story has always been my nr1 priority in games I play, and Ive come back to GW2 many times just for the story.I love every story mission I ever played. I like how there is some non fighting content like the parties in divinity reach (it helps that I a human noble IC) or even some basic stuff like arguing with your party.
They tested males and females as to why runners who trained with no shoes on were faster than those who did. So with high speed cameras videotaping the movement of athletes without shoes on wit reflective markers attached to their joints to allow for the calculation of joint angles while they stride around the testing grounds, they were able to test the pressure they placed on the ground and the demand placed on the muscles and joints throughout the motions. It all sounds highly technical with data collection and analysis being assessed by the R team at the NSRL.
(For Ivey, add roughly $10,000 to each number.) Thus, the Canadian bump is about $45,000 dollars not quite the paycheque doubling graduates can expect at top business schools elsewhere in the world closer to an 80% raise but enough to ensure the average MBA holder makes twice as much as the average Canadian worker soon upon graduation.Of course, some crucial information is missing: MBA bump by sector. Unfortunately, reliable Canadian specific data, let alone school specific data, is unavailable. But the 2014 Global Management Education Graduate Survey, administered by the nonprofit that owns the GMAT exam, reports that globally those in healthcare and technology receive the biggest MBA bump 109% and 97% and those in finance and energy receive the smallest MBA bump 63% and 59%.