How do you have sex with a robot? How many humans did you kill and how many did you save?”
“You’re going to see the answer to all those questions,” says the moderator.
“I am,” says the robot. “And that answer is, ‘more than 10,000.’ Not ‘more than 10,000’ exactly, but that’s going to be the answer right there.”
The moderator asks the robot why we don’t live in a world of 10,000 robots.
“Because nobody wants to live in a world of 10,000 robots,” it responds.
“Where do you find them?” the moderator presses.
“They live in the sewers,” replies the robot.
The moderator presses the robot again: “That’s why they’re called sewers.
“Where can we find them? I’d like to make robots do that for me,” the robot responds.
“OK, you can. I think you’re pretty smart, I think you’re a little smart, but that’s pretty much it,” the moderator responds. “You understand? Good.”
“Right,” says the robot, looking away from the crowd.
“Good, good,” the moderator notes.
This page contains information about a Guild Wars 2 element, mechanic, or feature that has been removed or replaced.
The information on this page does not apply to the current version of the game or the content is no longer available.
Guild Wars Guild Wars was an element of Guild Wars: Eye of the North, removed from the game in April 3, 2017. There were two versions of the feature, the first version of which was available for testing before being taken out. The content is still available in the game.
Guild Wars had a strong following amongst players, and the feature gave an incentive for players to participate. It was intended for players to level up their Guild War characters.
The feature allowed players to build their party of 3 to 4 members using a system where there is a minimum of 3 players (2 players if playing with an Alliance and a third member if playing against an individual enemy). Each character with an active Guild War will be capable of leveling up the Guild War characters (except for elite characters, who don’t start until level 50). The Guild Wars Guild Wars feature was made available for free to registered players in early 2004.
It’s worth noting that when Guild Wars was first