For every 12 months of age, a character in Guild Wars receives a small token, a miniature. There are sets for each birthday, up to the current 5 years, and the sets each contain commons (white), uncommons (purples), rares (golds), and really rares (green). For the first time in 5 years, my main character finally received a birthday miniature that was not a mere common! I reached in to the shiny 5th birthday box to pull out a miniature Oola!
I had to share it with someone, so I poked my wife sitting next to me to look at the new shiny. “The little creature?” she said. I let that remark hang, while I started loading linguistic bullets in to my Sparklepony .45 regarding her hummingbird pet on that Fairy MMO. “That’s cool,” she finally shrugged, and I put my metaphorical gun down.
Yet, I am still unsure as to whether I should sell the miniature Oola. She will never be worth more now than ever again, and I am getting pretty loaded with miniatures likely not destined for the Hall of Monuments. I am hoping that with the Guild Wars 2 news forthcoming we get the Hall of Monuments guidelines regarding how many miniatures we will have to load up to get whatever prize in Guild Wars 2. I have a mule just loaded with the tiny toys.
tired of experimenting with silly puppets