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- Guardian (skill list)
- Training cost
- 3 Hero points
- Game link
Shout. Draw conditions from nearby allies to yourself. Gain multiple boons for a short duration.
- Fury (10s): +25% Critical Chance
- Fury (10s): +20% Critical Chance
- Might (10s): 30 Condition Damage, 30 Power
- Protection (10s): -33% Incoming Damage
- Regen (10s): 1,300 Heal
- Resolution (10s): Incoming condition damage decreased by 33%.
- Swiftness (10s): +33% Movement Speed
- Vigor (10s): +50% Endurance Regeneration
- Resistance (3s): Nondamaging conditions currently on you are ineffective.
- Number of Targets: 5
- Radius: 600
- Breaks Stun
— In-game description
- Furious Focus — While you have fury, your attacks inflict vulnerability.
- Retribution — Strike damage dealt is increased while you have resolution.
- Righteous Instincts — Resolution increases your chances to critically strike and grants might each interval.
- Altruistic Healing — Heal yourself when you grant a boon to an ally.
- Pure of Voice — Shout skills gain reduced recharge and convert conditions to boons on allies.
- Inspired Virtue — Virtues apply boons to allies when activated. Deal increased strike damage for each boon on you.
- Virtue of Resolution — Gain resolution when you activate a Virtue. Resolution you grant has increased duration.
- The skill's boons apply only to the caster.
- The resistance boon briefly exempts the guardian from all nondamaging conditions giving them an opportunity to act.
- Beware that, like any other boon, resistance can be removed or prevented.
- The meditation skill Contemplation of Purity can clear all pulled conditions.
- The Pure of Voice trait lowers the amount of conditions suffered, converting one condition on each ally to a boon. Any further conditions are pulled as normal.
- Pulled conditions will not apply to a caster who is invulnerable, such as from channeling Renewed Focus.
For a detailed skill history, see here.
|June 28, 2022||
|May 11, 2021||
|May 16, 2017||
|April 19, 2016||
|September 29, 2015||
|October 22, 2012||
|August 28, 2012||Game release:
- A Guild Wars skill bears the same name as this skill.
- This skill functions similarly to the Guild Wars elite skill, Martyr.
- In fact, during early beta tests it was a staff skill and used the fore mentioned name Martyr. It was later replaced by Empower and had its name and skill type changed.
- The soldier in the skill icon is wearing a Visionary's Helm.