Eye of the North (outpost)

From Guild Wars Wiki
Jump to: navigation, search
Disambig icon.png This article is about the outpost in the Far Shiverpeaks. For the expansion named after the tower, see Guild Wars Eye of the North.

Eye of the North
Eye of the North.jpg
Campaign Eye of the North
Region Far Shiverpeaks
Type Outpost
Party size 8
Exit(s) Hall of Monuments
Ice Cliff Chasms
Images
Eotn world map.jpg
On the world map
HallOfMonuments.jpg
A view from outside
Eye of the North Wintersday 2009.png
Wintersday decorations.

The Eye of the North is a tower in the Far Shiverpeaks which plays a significant role in the story of Eye of the North. The tower contains the Hall of Monuments. It is the main stronghold of the Ascalon Army in the north, the Ebon Vanguard.

The origin of the Eye of the North is so ancient it has been lost to even the wisest skaald, the cultural storytellers of the Norn. Currently, the massive structure has become a base of operations for a group of Ascalonian expatriates known as the Ebon Vanguard, who plan and execute raids against the Charr from within the safety of its walls.

— In-game description

Quests available[edit]

NPCs[edit]

Allies[edit]

Services[edit]

Henchmen[edit]
(all level 20)

Other allies[edit]

Notes[edit]

Gw2logo.png The Guild Wars 2 Wiki also has an article on Eye of the North.
  • Complete exploration of the outpost yields less than 1 Eye of the North mastery point.

Trivia[edit]

  • During the Guild Wars Eye of the North preview weekend, Eye of the North was a town in the Far Shiverpeaks along with Gunnar's Hold, making it the only region with two towns. During an update after the weekend, before Eye of the North went live, the staging area was changed to an outpost. It is still marked as a town on the official map poster.
  • If you look directly above the Eye of the North outpost, the sky will be a purplish black, when you go inside and look up, the sky looks more like a black hole.
  • Eye of the North is the only outpost in the Eye of the North expansion areas to have seasonal decorations.
  • The tower is one of the tallest buildings on Tyria if not the tallest.

Towns and outposts in the Far Shiverpeaks
Eye of the North Boreal Station Gunnar's Hold Longeye's Ledge Olafstead Sifhalla
DungeonsArenasExplorable areasLandmarks