Hall of Monuments
- This article is about the hall in the Eye of the North. For the achievement section, see Hall of Monuments (achievements).
Hall of Monuments
The Hall of Monuments is a ruined shrine found in the Eye of the North, located within the Far Shiverpeaks. It was constructed to commemorate the deeds of a long-dead hero who defeated the Great Destroyer, which refers to player characters from the original Guild Wars. The Hall is the reward system that allows players of the original game to access unique rewards for use in Guild Wars 2. Rewards include a full armor set for each weight, several pieces of standalone armor, miniatures, and pets for Rangers. All items are free, and in addition, all skins can be applied for free via the wardrobe from anywhere in the game. Each new point the player earns unlocks a new reward, up until 30 points. Additionally, every 5 points unlocks a new title, all the way to the maximum, 50 points.
The reward system works by linking a player's Guild Wars account with their Guild Wars 2 account. While playing Guild Wars Eye of the North, players can earn points by completing certain tasks, such as obtaining a rare mini-pet, or by completing campaigns. By linking their accounts at account.guildwars2.com, their points from Eye of the North are transferred to their Guild Wars 2 account, which unlocks the appropriate rewards in the Hall of Monuments. Players who have not played Guild Wars for an extended period of time may need to log in and talk to Kimmes the Historian in order to complete the account link.
Players who have already linked their accounts will have a Hall of Monuments Portal Stone in their inventory whenever they create a character. Portal Stones can also be purchased for free from Sarettokk within Hooligan's Route in Lion's Arch. Sarettokk sells stones even to players who don't have their accounts linked, and to players who haven't played the original Guild Wars. These players can also visit the Hall of Monuments, though will naturally be unable to access any of the rewards.
Locations and objectives
- Points of Interest
- Scrying Pool —
Skins and miniatures
Awarded for every point from 1-30.
Awarded every 5 points from 15-30.
|15||Juvenile Black Moa|
|20||Juvenile Rainbow Jellyfish|
|25||Juvenile White Raven|
|30||Juvenile Black Widow Spider|
Awarded every 5 points from 5-50.
|30||Closer to the Stars|
|45||Legend of the Mists|
|50||Champion of the Gods|
Access to Kimmes the Historian was disabled for nearly five months from mid-March to the end of July in 2015, after a bug was introduced which temporarily allowed players to unlock rewards without qualification. Once the fix was issued, rewards were revoked game-wide, requiring legitimate earners to speak with Kimmes to regain their rewards.
Ever since this fix, some accounts may occasionally receive the mail below and find that their achievements, but not rewards, have been revoked. This is caused when server issues interrupt the link between Guild Wars and Guild Wars 2, and is a harmless, temporary issue that can typically be ignored until it resolves itself. If the problem persists, speaking with Kimmes and/or following the steps outlined in the notes section below should fix it.
Affected accounts receive the following in-game mail:
- The point of interest here does not count towards map completion.
- Since the Hall of Monuments is an instance, gliding and mounts are disabled.
- If you do not see your rewards being offered by Kimmes, the following solution has fixed the issue with some accounts:
- Log back into Guild Wars 1 and speak to Kimmes in your Hall of Monuments.
- Toggle your hall display between character-wide and account-wide.
- Return to Kimmes in Guild Wars 2.
- Guide to earning Hall of Monuments rewards at Guild Wars Wiki — for details on the rewards and how to earn them.
- Hall of Monuments Reward Calculator
- John Stumme's Guide to the Hall of Monuments — Archived copy of the article from ArenaNet's Blog
- Claiming your Hall of Monuments Rewards | GuildWars2.com
- Guild Wars 2 Support | Guild Wars Accounts & Their Effect on Guild Wars 2