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Guild Wars Factions

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Guild Wars Factions is an immersive online role-playing game that transports players to the visually stunning continent of Cantha. As a member of one of two warring factions, players must navigate political intrigue, epic battles, and mystical landscapes to prove their worth and claim victory for their side.

With a rich storyline, dynamic combat system, and customizable character classes, Guild Wars Factions offers endless opportunities for players to explore, strategize, and collaborate with friends. Whether you prefer to engage in intense player versus player battles or embark on epic quests to uncover the secrets of Cantha, this game has something for every type of gamer.

Experience the thrill of mastering new skills, acquiring powerful weapons, and forging alliances as you journey through this captivating world. With stunning graphics, engaging gameplay, and a vibrant community of players, Guild Wars Factions is sure to keep you entertained for hours on end. Join the battle today and see if you have what it takes to become a legendary hero in the world of Cantha.

Guild Wars Factions Game Cheats, Tips, Codes, Hints and Tricks

Joke Language in Language Menu

Open up the Menu, go to Options, and open the language menu. Here you will have your standard languages (English, French, German, etc.) and at the bottom there will be a joke language placed by the Developers called Bork! Bork! Bork!After using this language, everything will be in english lettering, but with strange spelling. You can undo this by reversing the process.

Item exchange

Monastery Credits and Imperial Commendations can be exchanged for helpful items. Exchange Monastery Credits for experience scrolls and sell them for 100g each. Exchange Imperial Commendations for Superior Salvage Kits and sell them for 800g each.

Death Count

Type /death to see how many times you have died.

Easy money and Luxon Faction

Use the following trick to earn a little bit of money and a lot of Luxon Faction quickly to transfer or trade it in for Jadeite. Go to or get a run to Breaker Hollow and get five henchmen. Your profession will determine which henchmen to take. A good choice would be the two monks, the two fighters, and the interrupter ranger. Once you have the henchmen, go out the northern portal. Once it loads you will see a patch of green on your map. Go there. You may run into a small group of monsters. Kill them and take their loot. Once you reach the green patch you will notice that it is a hill. Go up there and be prepared to fight a group of three or four Oni. These are the only creatures that drop Oni weapons. After they are dead, go up the hill and look to your right. You will find a way down to an NPC that runs an Arena. You can fight there and get experience, 175 gold, and 400 Luxon faction. Take his challenge and you will go down into the pit. The enemies are easy, but they all have Resurrection Signet (thus the reason for the interrupter henchman). After you win, collect your reward and Map Travel back to Breaker Hollow. Repeat this to get a lot of Luxon Faction without have to spend time looking for a group for quests. There is always the chance of finding chests and gold items because of the low number of members in the party.

Hours Played

Type /age to see how many hours you have played.

View performance stats

Start the game with the -perf command line parameter.


See how fast your machine is actually running Guild WarsRight-click on the shortcut on your desktop and go to “Properties”. In the box labeled “Target”, you will see the path which the shortcut leads to. Here, after the quotations, type in: –perf.Before Example: “C:Program FilesGuild WarsGw.exe”After Example: “C:Program FilesGuild WarsGw.exe” –perfNOTE: Your’s may be different, depending on where you installed Guild Wars.When you run Guild Wars and select you character, it should appear in the top right corner of the screen:”Tri X FPS X Bytes Per Second X”This data fluctuates as you play, and you can use this to know when to lower your graphics settings etc.

View performance stats:
Start the game with the “-perf” command line parameter.