Aug 142012
 

After fulfilling the Flameseeker Prophecies, our actions have released a small army of titans across Tyria. It was foreseen by Glint that the mursaat would die in such an event. Even after the death of their race, titans persist and now threaten humans and dwarves.

Through the power of her ancient magic, she may live inside a tiny grain of sand, but a small monument has been placed here in Droknar’s Forge to commune with the dragon. This vision of Glint gave Erolin S. and I instructions to destroy a titan lord and its army in Mineral Springs.

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Sep 192009
 

This is the very last area of Ascalon I have to explore, and luckily for me the smallest as well!
I entered the Ascalon Foothills through Diessa Lowlands. When you head west and leave this zone, you enter into Traveler’s Vale. This is the only area connecting Ascalon with the Northern Shiverpeaks. After fighting some hydras and stone elementals I was greeted by this grim-looking face on an arch way.


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Sep 182009
 

Immediately after exploring Flame Temple Corridor, I continued on into Dragon’s Gullet with my friend Erolin.
This area is only accessible by going through Diessa Lowland and then Flame Temple Corridor. I wonder what this used to be like before the Searing? Was there a city, small town, or a temple?
Here we can see several hydra amidst a partially submerged mural of the goddess Dwayna. And as you can tell, this area has a lot of tar pools.


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Sep 182009
 

My good friend and native Ascalonian, Erolin is aiding me in my exploration of the Flame Temple Corridor and Dragon’s gullet today. We left from Grendich Courthouse, and trekked through Diessa Lowlands to found our way to the Flame Temple Corridor’s entry.

Upon entering we found several Ascalon Strikers. Erolin and I tried to aid them, but they were no match for the charr and quickly fell. I asked our monk if she could return life into their bodies, but she was unable to. So we buried them and prayed for the gods to watch over their remaining loved ones.


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