12.00 Dollar US$ Guild Wars 2 devs donate thousands to assist fan rebuild right after house fire

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Guild Wars 2 developers donated $3,500 to a fan's crowdfunding page after a fire consumed everything but a copy of her collectors edition of Nightfall, an expansion for Guild Wars.

As Kotaku reports, the fire struck two weeks ahead of Christmas and destroyed the residence that Siadina (genuine name Flora Hunsucker) lived in with her family. When returning to survey the damage to find out what could possibly be salvaged, she filmed the cheap gw2 gold discovery of her unscathed collectors edition of Nightfall.

She posted the video to Twitter and tagged developer ArenaNet, and was approached shortly immediately after by the studio's social media coordinator asking for her address to send a t-shirt. Flora started playing Guild Wars in 2005. "It was my initial MMO," she told Kotaku. "I fell in adore with it." She has logged more than 4,000 hours in the 1st game, and about an additional 2,500 in Guild Wars 2.

Later on it was revealed that ArenaNet created a $3,500 donation to Siadina's crowdfunding campaign, and rather of receiving a t-shirt she was sent all of the Guild War games signed by the developers.


"Thank you is so inadequate. It's all I got GW2 Gold. Thank you for me and my household and all the things. I didn't expect any of this," Siadina expressed to Kotaku. "To have the Guild Wars community come up behind me so strongly and so positively, it's a blessing with no value."

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