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Guide to earning Hall of Monuments rewards

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This is a guide to help players organize and achieve their Hall of Monuments goals.

Important note[edit]

Before even starting to read this guide, you'll want to decide the amount of points you wish to achieve. This will help you pace yourself. Most people will decide on either 30 points, which will unlock every reward item, or 50 points, which will unlock all of the items as well as the bonus titles. Because the achievements span all three campaigns and Eye of the North, any campaign along with Eye of the North can earn 30 points, but all of the campaigns are required to reach 50 points. See below for the total points available with only one campaign. You can continue to add achievements to your Hall of Monuments even after the release of Guild Wars 2.

About the Hall of Monuments[edit]

The Hall of Monuments is located in the Eye of the North expansion. There are 5 monuments in the Hall of Monuments that players can dedicate their achievements to. These achievements give the player points and these points unlock unique items and titles for their Guild Wars 2 account. Both the achievements and unlocked items are account based, so there is no need to worry about individual characters. There are a total of 50 points possible, with the first 30 points rewarding weapons, armor, and vanity items. In addition, unique titles are unlocked at every 5th point (5,10,15...50).

Acquiring points[edit]

Getting started[edit]

Make life easier, start by unlocking map travel and heroes. Beat all three campaigns and Eye of the North in normal mode, making sure to get all masters reward and bonuses for each mission (for Protector titles/statues).
Beat them in this order:

Perks: Short, good heroes, good PvE skills, opens up your Hall of Monuments via the four Monumental Tapestries
Perks: more heroes and PvE skills
Perks: Short, a few more PvE skills, unlocks locations required for Winds of Change
Perks: unlock locations required for War in Kryta and Hearts of the North

Alternatively, travel to Elona before going any further in Eye of the North storyline, as most of the heroes can be acquired early during the Nightfall storyline. This includes heroes such as Acolyte Sousuke/Acolyte Jin and Olias.

"Fellowship" — Heroes and pets — 8 points[edit]


At this point you should have a minimum of 13 out of 26 required heroes. Now you need to:

  • Recruit the other 9 heroes that have Hall of Monument statues. Every one of these heroes other than M.O.X. will need Hero armor before they can be added to your Hall of Monuments. It should be noted that Keiran, Miku, and Zei Ri cannot be added to the Hall of Monuments.

You can buy them all from other players, or farm them yourself from these locations:

"Valor" — Weapons — 8 points[edit]


A total of 15 weapons, including one of each type, are required for maximum points. You can also purchase the weapons (or their crafting/collection components) from other players.

"Devotion" — Miniatures — 8 points[edit]


Undedicated miniatures can be purchased from other players. The cheapest unded minis are the common (or white) ones from the first three years, although some early purples are cheaper than later-year whites. You could also buy Birthday Presents (from any year but the sixth), but they tend to be significantly more expensive (since they offer a chance of gold or green minis).

1 Unique (Green) Mini
1 Rare (Gold) Mini
Remaining 48 minis
  • Cheapest: purchase early-year whites from other players.
  • Any of the above methods.

"Resilience" — Armor — 8 points[edit]


Aside from any four prestige armor sets, three specific sets are required, making the seven needed to max out the monument. To cut down on the cash needed, you can farm any required materials. The most costly needed materials will be:

"Honor" — Titles and additional statues — 18 points[edit]


The majority of titles have synergy with one another. Read the Guide to maxing titles for an overview of most PvE titles. Not all titles need to be maxed to display their statues in the Hall of Monuments.

In addition to character-based titles, such as Cartographer and Guardian, you will need one Player versus Player title.

  • The Zaishen statue is easier to earn than the others. It takes only 1,000 points (or 200 Zaishen Keys) to get the rank 3 needed to display the statue.

Elite missions also provide a statue upon first completion:

Efficient order for gathering 30 points[edit]

"Quick" guide to 30 points[edit]

An extremely time-efficient plan:

  • 3 points — Accounts linked.
  • 5 points — Beat all 3 campaigns, getting Protector title in at least two of them, or one Protector and Eternal Conqueror of Sorrow's Furnace.
  • 6 points — 1 rare pet (which gives both that statue and the normal pet statue), 8 Heroes including M.O.X.
  • 5 points — 1 Tormented, Oppressor, and Destroyer weapon. Plus two more of your choice.
  • 3 points — 1 unique and 1 rare miniature.
  • 5 points — 5 Prestige armor sets (one must be Elite Luxon, Elite Kurzick, Vabbian or Obsidian armor.) (Head gear not required.)
  • 3 points — Your choice of:
    • Zaishen title (200 Zaishen Keys for rank 3).
    • 15 more titles/elite missions of your choice.
    • 10 more weapons — likely cheaper than using Zaishen Keys.
    • 28 more miniatures.

"Cheap" guide to 30 points[edit]

A more cost effective plan: Valor is not needed to reach 30 points and can be expensive.

  • 3 points — Accounts linked.
  • 5 points — Beat all 3 campaigns, getting Protector title in all three of them.
  • 6 points — 1 rare pet (which gives both the rare pet statue and the normal pet statue), 8 Heroes including M.O.X.
  • 7 points — 40 miniature pets, preferably common (white) as they are usually cheaper, including 1 unique (green) and 1 rare (gold) miniature.
  • 5 points — 5 Prestige armor sets (one must be Elite Luxon or Elite Kurzick) (Head gear not required.)
  • 3 points — 1 PvP Title: Zaishen Supporter title (200 Zaishen Keys for rank 3) is the easiest and quickest PvP title.
  • 1 point — Fortune and Misfortune (require only rank 2) + any other title, e.g. an elite mission (such as Urgoz or The Deep) can be completed quickly and cheaply.

Limited campaigns[edit]

Even without all of the campaigns, it is still possible to acquire all of the item rewards (30 points), and even some of the bonus titles, but never all 50 points. Each campaign contains statues, heroes, and armor sets that are unique to that campaign.

  • With Prophecies 43 total points are available.
  • With Factions 45 total points are available.
  • With Nightfall 46 total points are available.

The above numbers include Eye of the North statues, heroes, and armor sets since Eye of the North is required to access the Hall of Monuments. They also include all of the "Core" points, including PvP titles and campaign independent titles, which makes the maximum shown hard to achieve with only one campaign.

Quick guide to 30 points with limited campaigns[edit]

These recommended points are possible to achieve no matter which campaign you own. Some of the points come from the Eye of the North expansion, as it is required to access the Hall of Monuments.

  • 3 points — Accounts linked.
  • 3 points — 1 rare and 1 unique mini.
  • 5 points — 1 rare pet and 4 heroes.
  • 3 points — Zaishen title (200 Zaishen Keys for rank 3).
  • 5 points — Complete your campaign and achieve 3 additional statues from your Honor monument.
  • 4 points — 5 prestige armor sets (headgear not required.)
  • 7 points — 11 weapons, including at least one destroyer, oppressor and tormented.

Pay or play[edit]

A large majority of the items needed for your hall can be purchased from NPC's or other players. Here is a list of a few of the more popular money making options:



Item Farming[edit]

Reward farming[edit]


  • Trading valued items (notably the very items used for the Hall of Monument) in marketplaces such as Kamadan (buying low and selling higher).

External links[edit]

Hall of Monuments
Reward CalculatorGuide to earning rewards