About GW Gold
Guild Wars (GW) is a series of Multiplayer Online Role-Playing Games (MMORPG) created by ArenaNet who calls it Competitive Online Role-Playing Games instead of traditional MMORPG. It was released in 2005 and has since then released expansions and stand-alone episodes. Guild Wars has no subscription fees and was designed to be played with less grinding. Players explore the game, kill monsters, perform quests, and complete missions to earn rewards and advance the story. Rewards include experience points, skill points, skills, gold, and items for the player character.
Guild Wars Gold is the in-game currency in Guild Wars. It can be obtained in a variety of ways and can be used for a variety of purposes such as buying the prestigious weapons, armors and collectable items. Killing foes produces drops of loot which can be sold to merchants or traders, given to a collector in exchange for items, or traded to fellow players if it is a high demand or valuable item. Players can do runs to find high-end chest and collect golds. Other means of collecting gold are crafting rare material, trading and merchanting with other players. Trading can occur between players to players and players to NPC vendors. Usually, players will off better deal when buying or selling goods but sometimes this can create inflation of high demand items. ArenaNet constantly monitor the economy of the game in order to balance it. If a method of income is being overused by players and deemed too "powerful" by ANet, they will eventually take counter-measures to weaken it.