Geomancer's Training/history

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Historic content quaggan icon.png This page contains information about a Guild Wars 2 trait that has been updated since its introduction.
Some of the information on this page no longer applies to the game as it currently exists.

For the current version of this trait, see Geomancer's Training.

July 16, 2019

  • Geomancer's Training Geomancer's Training: This trait has been moved to the grandmaster minor slot, and its functionality has changed.
    • It now reduces recharge on earth weapon skills by 20% and reduces incoming damage by 10% from foes within a range of 360.
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Geomancer's Training

Specialization
Elementalist tango icon 20px.png Earth
Tier
Grandmaster
Type
Minor
Game link

You receive less damage from nearby foes. Earth weapon skills gain reduced recharge.

 Damage.png Damage Reduced: 10%
 Range.png Range: 360
 Count Recharge.png Recharge Reduced: 20%

— In-game description

July 26, 2016

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Geomancer's Training

Specialization
Elementalist tango icon 20px.png Earth
Tier
Master
Type
Major
Game link

You recover more quickly from crippling, immobilizing, and chilling. Reduces recharge on all earth weapon skills.

 Immobile.png Immobilize: Unable to move.
 Crippled.png Cripple: -50% Movement Speed
 Chilled.png Chilled: -66% Skill Recharge Rate, -66% Movement Speed
 Count Recharge.png Recharge Reduced: 20%
 Duration.png Duration Decreased: 33%

— In-game description

Original version

Geomancer's Training.png

Geomancer's Training

Specialization
Elementalist tango icon 20px.png Earth
Tier
Master
Type
Major
Game link

You recover more quickly from crippling, immobilizing, and chilling. Reduces recharge on all earth weapon skills.

 Immobile.png Immobilize: Unable to move.
 Crippled.png Cripple: -50% Movement Speed
 Chilled.png Chilled: -66% Skill Recharge Rate, -66% Movement Speed
 Count Recharge.png Recharge Reduced: 33%
 Duration.png Duration Decreased: 33%

— In-game description