Watch the races of Guild Wars 2 dance in their underwear

When The Old Republic came out, we stripped off our characters' clothes and had them all join together for a big, fun, underwear dance party. We figured that with the launch of Guild Wars 2, we'd engage in the debauchery yet again. And so we did. Every Sylvari, Charr, and Asura got in their skivvies and got a-dancin'.

Without further ado, here is every race and sex of Guild Wars 2 dancing like they've never, ever danced before.

We're not going to lie; we were a little bit upset that the sexes have the same dances. We expected them to have unique jigs, and were disappointed to see that, for some reason, this wasn't the case. The dances are good overall, though, and we're excited to cut a rug on the corpses of our enemies in the months to come.

Oh, and if you're still on the fence about the MMO, be sure to check back next week for our Guild Wars 2 review!


Dance MMO


  • NanoElite666 - September 6, 2012 10:22 p.m.

    First thing I did when early access went live was make sure I could dance. Because I couldn't during the last beta. And I danced. And there was much rejoicing. Then I went and killed a bunch of ghosts.
  • Evanesco - September 6, 2012 12:29 p.m.

    I never noticed how much the boobs jiggle until now.
  • garnsr - September 6, 2012 12:56 p.m.

    How come even non-human females always have boobs, too? If they aren't even mammals, especially, why would they?
  • wadesmit - September 6, 2012 1:31 p.m.

    Because they make the Sylvari look really hot <>_<>
  • ObliqueZombie - September 6, 2012 2:04 p.m.

    It's for familiarity, I'd guess. It's one of the biggest defining attributes of a woman (clean mind, here, stay clean), and it's one of the main ways we identify them. But good point, nonetheless. Maybe it's simply that all cultures mixed, and most races deemed that covering your private parts--assuming you even have any--was deemed socially acceptable. But like... what does that even mean, man? You know, like social acceptance... what, like, makes us all so different, man... /end
  • HeavyTank - September 7, 2012 12:41 a.m.

    Yep, it's definitely familiarity, just look at Avatar, Mass Effect et al. No matter how alien they are, tee-tees are always there to remind us that they're females. Seriously though, they're quite important for identification (in games) because otherwise you have to give them all long hair, which is kinda sexist.

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