Eastern Ward/historical

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Disambig icon.png This article is about Eastern Ward during Living World Season 2. For the original Eastern Ward, see Eastern Ward (Memory of Old Lion's Arch). For Eastern Ward during the Season 1 finale, see Eastern Ward (The Battle For Lion's Arch).
The southern end of the Eastern Ward showing the destroyed remains of the Old Gangplank.

The Eastern Ward is a section of Lion's Arch. This page mainly documents Eastern Ward as it was during Battle for Lion's Arch: Aftermath until Lion's Arch rebuilding.

Eastern Ward contained Coriolis Plaza, the newly built asura gate hub to the five racial capitals, as well as the ruins of the Old Gangplank. The ward was accessed by going east from the Grand Piazza or across the bridge over the Inner Harbor from the Postern Ward.

Locations and objectives[edit]

Waypoint (map icon).png Eastern Ward Waypoint
Waypoint (map icon).png Gate Hub Plaza Waypoint
Points of Interest
Point of interest (map icon).png Coriolis Plaza
Point of interest (map icon).png Crow's Nest Tavern (Captain's Council)
Point of interest (map icon).png Lost Grotto
Vista (map icon).pngEastern Ward Vista
Personal waypoint (map icon).png The Old Gangplank
Asura Gates
Asura gate (map icon).png Hoelbrak Asura Gate
Asura gate (map icon).png Black Citadel Asura Gate
Asura gate (map icon).png The Grove Asura Gate
Asura gate (map icon).png Rata Sum Asura Gate
Asura gate (map icon).png Divinity's Reach Asura Gate






Ambient dialogue[edit]

Before Escape from Lion's Arch[edit]

Two norn hunters on a cliff [verification requested]
Hunter (1): I drank three asura under the table yesterday.
Hunter (2): Big deal. Your cheeks hold more ale than all their bellies combined.
Hunter (2): Do you know where I can find some floral perfume?
Hunter (1): What? All of a sudden you care how you smell?
Hunter (2): Shut up. I'm trying to impress this sylvari I work with.
Coriolis Plaza [verification requested]
Citizen (1): This is the metropolis of opportunity. If I can make it here, I can make it anywhere.
Citizen (2): Well, almost. You were exiled from Rata Sum, remember?
Citizen (1): A mere miscalculation. If I had carried the three, no one would have died.