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Muppet

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Larry King interviews the Letter W

W is the 23rd letter of the English alphabet. W was one of the brave, early sponsors of Sesame Street; it sponsored the first episode, along with E, S, 2, and 3. It also sponsored the first Sesame Street movie, Follow That Bird, along with B.

The letter, which begins such words as witch, wolf, Western, Wodehouse, and Washington, has often been depicted in Muppet form, pummeling Kermit the Frog in an early lecture, eluding capture by Sergeant Thursday in a Dragnet spoof, and more recently, performed by Kevin Clash, being interviewed by Larry King. The "wuh-wuh" sound of W has so endeared itself to the public as to become the center of Bert's society, the National Association of W Lovers.

Songs about W

Sketches about W


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Guild Wars

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Warriors

The Warrior is the only core melee profession (the Assassin and the Dervish are available in the Factions and Nightfall campaigns, respectively) and has many skills designed to enhance the use of swords, axes, shields, and hammers. Warriors wear the highest armor of any profession (though the Paragon has equal protection against non-physical damage), allowing them to trade hits with the biggest, meanest foes in the game. They also have the primary attribute Strength, which grants extra armor penetration when using attack skills. Many Warrior skills revolve around combining straight-up physical damage with crippling conditions. They also have access to stances which modify their abilities, and shouts to boost the party's performance or even impair enemies. The patron god of Warriors is Balthazar.

Anyone looking to use a sword, axe, or hammer should take Warrior as either their primary or secondary profession. Keep in mind that all characters are restricted to the armor and primary attribute of their primary profession, but even without the Warrior's armor and Strength some secondary warrior builds can be quite effective. Furthermore, taking Warrior as a secondary can be useful even for characters who will never use a melee weapon due to the Warrior's protective shouts and stances.

The Warrior is currently the only pure melee profession as all other melee professions have at least one attribute that is some form of magic.

The primary Warrior's base armor provides 80 armor and an additional +20 armor versus physical damage. A starting primary Warrior begins with 20 base energy and 2 energy recovery.

The Warrior's primary attribute is Strength, which adds armor penetration to attack skills.

Profession Combinations

See Secondary professions for a Warrior

Attributes

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SWG Wiki

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Wanderhome

Star Wars Galaxies Server.

Waypoint

An in-game marker of a certain point of travel. You can place waypoints with the "/wayp" or "/way" command, or /waypoint followed by an x coordinate and y coordinate.

WFN

"Wrong Forum N00b". Used to inform a forum poster that they have posted an off-topic subject.

WH

Wanderhome - An SWG Server

WP

Short for Waypoint.

WTA

Want to Auction. Though usually considered trade-forum slang, this expression is sometimes used in game.

WTB

Want to Buy or Willing to Buy. Mostly used in-game to proclaim an evident need for a specific item.

WTF

Common acronym expressing disbelief or surprise, litteraly "What the Fuck".

WTS

Want to Sell. Used similarly to WTA.

WTT

Want to Trade.


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Answers

Up to date as of February 12, 2010

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