Guild Wars 2 Thief Guide Gameplay

A thief relies mostly on dagger play in order to deal melee damage, but he is also effective at doing range damage, being capable to use the pistol’s high fire power which seriously affects his enemies.

Various skills and good strength define this class, which is an Adventurer profession suitable for quality strategic movements.

One of the most powerful skills of a Thief is Stealth. By using Stealth, a Thief can quickly become invisible, which allows him to strike its enemies from the shadow or even flee if the battle doesn’t work out in his favor. The opponents in PvP arena won’t be able to see a Thief which is in stealth mode, and neither will do the creatures in PvE (Player vs Environment).

Allies will be able to see him though, as an outline.

Another special skill of the Thief is “Shadow Step”. This one allows the hero to teleport to a remote location, far away from the danger. Teleporting through a blocking area, such as a gate, is not possible though.

As for the normal skills a Thief possesses, they are the Steal and Dual-Weapon wield. Steal allows you to subtract your opponents weapons and powers during the battle, meaning that you basically gain his advantages.

For example, if you manage to steal from a moa bird, the Thief will gain it’s feathers which can be thrown at your enemy in order to temporarily blind him. Steal can be used at the same time with Stealth, but it can’t be used often in a set amount of time.

The Dual-Wield Skills allows your character to benefit from a powerful weapon combination. When a Thief combines his main hand and off-hand weapons, it results in a spectacular Dual-Wield capability.

For instance, a Thief holding two daggers will gain the Leaping Death Blossom skill, whether the same one wielding a dagger/pistol combo will receive the Shadow Shot power, which allows him to teleport to the selected target.

Thieves don’t need a certain timer to recharge their power attacks, they rely instead on a resource named initative. This regenerates over time, allowing the thief to be responsive in combat and stay flexible at the same time. Note that weapon skills do cost initative points but recharge instantly, meaning that the Thief can use them when back-to-back to an opponent. This allows them to unleash powerful and rapid attacks on their foes.

You should know by now that Thieves are masters of trickery and disguise, and such a class can only bring you benefits. Keep this Guild Wars 2 Thief Guide close for future reference and report to it whenever you need more information.

Choosing the Right Class in Mafia Wars

Mafia Wars is an interesting Facebook entertainment application that’s obtained good reputation since its release. There are plenty of loots and items that you can find inside the game. Mafia Wars continues on, getting interesting with time as you continue to acquire loot within the application.

Hardcore players believe that the essence of this game is to pick the best character type. If you haven’t selected the right character in Mafia Wars, you might have to revise your strategy. Different character-specialization have different pros and cons therefore the players must modify their tactics accordingly. However, a player would like to first find out what suits them best so that they can start Mafia Wars with the best character class.

You can begin the game with either of these 3 classes.

Mogul

Maniac

Fearless

The Mogul is good for those who want to focus more on the make of money over fights. If you choose to grow your domains by making it economically strong, then you should pick the Mogul. Moguls receives extra cash from the jobs than other classes do.

The Maniac regains energy faster than the other types. This allows players to complete the levels faster than other classes. However, some deny that choosing Maniac would be a wise choice. This will be discussed later.

The Fearless regains health faster than the other types.

You can experiment to see what fits you best, it is known though, that the Fearless class would suit most Mafia Wars players. It will allow you to complete the levels very fast. Maniac players might get energy recovered quicker, but they cannot become the Wheelman for their companions. The Fearless is the only class that can serve as Wheelman. It means that you won’t require energy for jobs. Your Fearless will accomplish jobs without using energy 4 to 5 times in a level after becoming Wheelman. In the end, Fearless will easily surpass the Maniac and Mogul.