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Jun 22

Beetlestone vineyard wine, anyone?

Another batch of player submitted New Krytan Deciphering!
The first rule of the bartender is...

I’d like to take a moment and thank everyone who are sending screenshots of New Krytan waiting to be deciphered and already deciphered! It’s amazing how much details GuildWars2 has, even in places you wouldn’t think to look! With this said, some of you may be wondering why your submissions aren’t yet mentioned here. There’s one simple answer to this; very, blurry, alphabet. It’s hard to decipher blurry writings and I want them to be well deciphered before posting them.

That said, let’s move on to another batch of player submitted translation!

The following screenshots were taken and deciphered by Sebastian S.

Bettlestone vineyard

The following screenshot is almost deciphered completely, but the alphabet being too blurry, it is almost impossible to read. I’ll make it a mission, next stress test, to go and hunt that monument down!

The fall of Ascalon

History tells us that Ascalon city fell in the year 1090 AE. However, that date does not mark the end of the tale of Ascalon but the beginning of an even darker chapter. Besiged by over coming Charr force, King Alderbern, last King of Ascalon […]

We talked about seeing New Krytan on Armor, well now, see New Krytan on weapons and shields!

Ever Vigilant Ever Shielded

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Do you have any screenshots waiting to be deciphered, or already deciphered? Send them to signs@chroniclesoftyria.com to have them featured here!

Another batch of player submitted New Krytan Deciphering!
The first rule of the bartender is...

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    […] Chronicles of Tyria — Beetlestone vineyard wine, anyone? “I’d like to take a moment and thank everyone who are sending screenshots of New Krytan waiting to be deciphered and already deciphered! It’s amazing how much details Guild Wars 2 has, even in places you wouldn’t think to look! With this said, some of you may be wondering why your submissions aren’t yet mentioned here. There’s one simple answer to this; very, blurry, alphabet. It’s hard to decipher blurry writings and I want them to be well deciphered before posting them.” […]

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