Is a character tied to the campaign where that character was created?
- No. All roleplaying characters can travel to any other campaign that is linked to the same account.
- See the next question on how to transfer them from one campaign to another.
 How do I bring my character to another campaign or expansion?
- In order for a character to be able to travel from one campaign to another, or to Eye of the North, the first prerequisite is that the account must have all the proper account keys. In other words, the account keys must be added to or merged into one account.
- To transfer a Guild Wars Prophecies character to another campaign or expansion:
- To transfer a Guild Wars Factions character to another campaign or expansion:
- To transfer a Guild Wars Nightfall character to another campaign or expansion:
- After the appropriate quest has been completed, the character can freely travel between campaigns using the travel icon on the world map (or, when travelling to Eye of the North, the Asura Gate icon).
- Nightfall characters have an additional requirement; they are also required to have completed the Time is Nigh (a primary quest) to be offered these above quests.
- See Campaign travel and the individual quest articles for more information.
 How do I bring my foreign character to an earlier area of the game?
- Characters can reach Ascalon City by going from Lion's Arch through North Kryta Province, Scoundrel's Rise, Griffon's Mouth, Deldrimor Bowl, Anvil Rock, Iron Horse Mine, Traveler's Vale, Ascalon Foothills, Diessa Lowlands, The Breach and Old Ascalon. The Gates of Kryta, Beacon's Perch, Ice Tooth Cave, Yak's Bend, Grendich Courthouse, Piken Square and Sardelac Sanitarium outposts are along the way. See Kryta, Northern Shiverpeaks and Ascalon for maps. Pre-Searing Ascalon cannot be reached.
- Characters can reach Seitung Harbor by going from Kaineng Center south through Bukdek Byway to The Marketplace, northwest to Kaineng Docks and talking to First Mate Xiang. From Seitung Harbor, characters can reach Shing Jea Monastery by heading west through Saoshang Trail and Linnok Courtyard. Monastery Overlook cannot be reached; however, the same area can be mapped while Shing Jea Boardwalk is open during certain special events such as Canthan New Year and the Dragon Festival.
- Characters can reach Chahbek Village by talking to Second Spear Binah in Kamadan, Jewel of Istan to enter Churrhir Fields, then talking to Historian Laharo. Island of Shehkah cannot be reached.
 Can I play with someone who owns a different set of campaigns?
- Yes, for PvP areas in the Battle Isles, and in any campaigns or expansions you both have. For example, if you and your friend both own the Nightfall campaign, you can both play together in Nightfall, even if your friend also owns the Factions campaign. If you do not also own the Factions campaign, you will not be able to join your friend in the Factions campaign.
 I abandoned a primary quest in Eye of the North, how do I re-take the quest?
- Abandoned primary quests in Eye of the North can be retaken through the "seek guidance" option at the Scrying Pool in the Hall of Monuments.
 How do I get the special bonus items for my game?
- Type "/bonus" in a town or outpost and it'll add all the bonus items to your inventory if you have space and don't already have that item created on that character. You can list the special items on your account by typing "/bonusitems". You can delete any bonus items you don't want by dragging them to the trash can on your inventory bar. You can recreate them again by using "/bonus" command again; however, take care with this as some special items cannot be remade - especially the miniature bonus items. These and other commands are listed on the Special commands page.
 How do I start a mission?
- In Prophecies and Factions, missions are started by pressing the "Enter Mission" button in Party Window. In Nightfall and Eye of the North, missions are started by talking to a mission starter, who can be identified by the rotating green shield and two swords symbol floating above his or her head.
 I have a level 20 character, why don't I have 200 attribute points?
- The remaining 30 attribute points can be obtained by completing two quests in your character's native campaign: Forgotten Wisdom and The Hero's Challenge for Prophecies characters, Lost Treasure and An Unwelcome Guest for Factions characters or Rising in the Ranks: First Spear and Rising in the Ranks: Master Sergeant for Nightfall characters. See the individual quest articles for more information.