Elementalists have a large amount of healing skills they are able to use. Necromancers have naturally high health and almost a whole second extra bar of health when they have life force. Engineers have Healing Turret, which heals very high on a very short cooldown and the possibility to use utilities for added on healing. Now… What do rangers have? A pet? Pets don’t help you stay alive. Natural high armor? Nope. An kitten nal of healing skills? False. Rangers have nearly nothing to help keep them alive other than speccing for full tanking and using their heal skills to stay alive. This calls for a buff in survivability, whether it come from pets somehow, traits, utilities, whatever. I personally believe, as I said, that swapping “Natural Vigor” and “Peak Strength” and then buffing Natural Vigor back to 50% endurance recharge would help tremendously without making it where every ranger has it because you would have to put 5 points into the Wilderness Survival trait line to actually get gw2 gold eu.
Now, back to hopefully adding in more team support. I see rangers as more of a class that should be able to do anything with how they are set up. They do give a little support, they do give a little damage, they do have a little survivability. The thing is, for almost EVERYTHING a ranger can do, another class can do better. That is why people normally won’t accept rangers in WvW. If more healing and buffs were added into the Nature Magic trait line or into utilities, it would allow a lot more build diversity in rangers than everyone using Longbow after the buff comes.
I am truly looking forward to seeing something along the lines of all this happen to rangers to help make them more useful in WvW mainly, but just more useful as a whole. People hate rangers right now, and it needs to stop. If some, or all of these things can happen, rangers will no longer be looked upon with shame or laughed at as easily.
DSD is a far away threat that isn’t really important or relevant now to Tyria (continent). If they go that route and, once again, leave their other plot lines untouched to build new kitten out of nowhere, I’d be kittened.Kralkatorrik probably still needs time to recover, so I don’t see him coming soon.
Jormag and Primordus are the most active and dire threats to Tyria (continent) as of now, in that order.So I’m hoping Jormag is next or perhaps Primordus will make an emergence and we will go for that. But currently, Jormag is the biggest threat.
Personally, Primordos would get my vote because the thematic of fire fighting overgrowth (fauna exhales oxygen and oxygen powers fire) could make him grow larger and then become a voracious threat. To be Mord we’d turn to Prim whose thirst is only quenched by the one dragon that creates enough “fuel” to empower him. This wouldn’t mean Prim would be on our side but our role would be insignificant enough that we would go by without his notice as he withers Mord away to the point Mord hides off to “die” or hibernate. It’d be awesome to finally see how EDs react to one another as it was stated, they do not all get gw2 gold eu – they just have the same motives.
However, at the same time I do think the Dragon child Glint protected has a role to play still. So I’m just as much skeptical over seeing Prim at that conclusion.Should we last to Season 4 (I’m finding it questionable at this point in time, truth be told) and presuming that Season 3 will be like Season 1 – a break between Elder Dragons – then I suspect the DSD will be next.
Kralkatorrik is possible because Trahearne says the Pact were preparing for them. Jormag’s picked up in activity and is the second most threatening Elder Dragon (sans the year between Zhaitan’s defeat and Mordremoth’s awakening). However, it seems that Anet prefers “new enemies/plot” instead of going off of pre-established stuff so I don’t see us going after either of those two or Primordus. Thus, DSD.
Lorewise, Jormag and Kralkatorrik would make the most sense. The former is the most active, the latter is still recovering and is “newly” awakened. But I’m sure they’ll come up with some reason for the DSD to attack that can be dumbed down to “ley lines.”