Guild Wars 2 reveals fourth End of Dragons voice actor as cheeky Inventory Manager gets an update

    
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My favorite April Fools’ Day trick this year wasn’t a trick at all: It was a game published by Guild Wars 2 superfan @that_shaman called Inventory Manager. And it wasn’t just a joke; it was a real Bejeweled-style game that actually worked and poked cheeky fun at Guild Wars 2’s legendary inventory mess.

And now he’s done it again. This morning, that_shaman announced an expansion for Inventory Manager called End of Disarray – a play on upcoming GW2 expansion End of Dragons. According to the patch notes for the expansion to the parody title, it adds “10 new inspiring lootbox rewards,” 15 new tile sets, new music, more bugs, sound sliders, and what he’s calling the Time Attack mode.

“This brand new game mode exclusive to EoD puts your skills to the test! Keep cleaning your inventory at record pace to keep the timer from depleting. This mode uses the same rule set as before but the undo button has been disabled to keep you focused on your task.”

In other Guild Wars 2 news, ArenaNet has unveiled a third voice actor for End of Dragons, Ry Chase, who’s probably best known to gamers for her voicework in Fallout 76. Chase joins previously revealed Sarah Sokolovic and Noshir Dalal in the cast for the expansion.

Update
MOP reader Natalyia correctly points out that Chase is actually the fourth voice actor revealed! We missed Erika Ishii, who has an extensive resume stuffed full of gaming credits, including World of Warcraft, NCsoft’s defunct Master X Master, and a ton of non-MMO titles.

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Bruno Brito

Oh, Ishii is joining? Holy shit, gratz!

I wasn’t really aware of her work as a voice actor, and i got to know her…well, entire existence, by watching the LA by Night Vampire series on youtube.

Which, by the way, i highly recommend. It has great people ( Alexander Ward, B.Dave Walters and Cynthia Marie , with some special appearances of Mark Meer, Satine Phoenix, Josephine McAdam, Taliesin Jaffe ), and honestly: Jason Carl is the best Storyteller in the history of Vampire itself.