GW2 Gemstore Update–Ritualist Package and War Supplies

GW2 gemstore updated today with the Ritualist Package and War Eternal Supply Drops.


Ritualist Package – 1700 gems

The package contains the following (can be purchased individually as well)

  • Ritualist Outfit
  • Ritualist Staff Skin
  • Total Makeover Kit
  • Elonian Adversaires Dye Package
  • 5x Black Lion Statuette

Ritualist Outfit – 700 gems

Dye Pattern

















Ritualist Staff Skin – 600 gems


War Eternal Supply Drop Requisition – 2400 gems

When you purchase the War Eternal Supply Drop Requisition, the Black Lion Trading Company will send you a package of valuable items each week. The first supply drop will arrive as soon as you’ve purchased a requisition, and the others will be delivered every Tuesday through May 14. (Limit one per account.)

Week One (April 23–April 29):

  • Elonian Adversaries Dye Pack
  • Exotic Breeds Mount Select License*
  • Your choice of one Desert Racer, Distant Lands, or Istani Isles Mount Select License; or an Exotic Breeds Mount Adoption License
  • Set of baby mount minis (Mini Green Raptor Hatchling, Mini Yellow Jackal Pup, Mini Red Griffon Hatchling, Mini Brown Springer Kit, and Mini Blue Skimmer Pup)

Week Two (April 30–May 6):

  • Black Lion Outfit Voucher
  • Onyx and Gold Lion Weapon Choice
  • Two Black Lion Miniature Claim Tickets

Week Three (May 7–May 13):

  • Black Lion Backpack and Glider Voucher
  • Five Black Lion Statuettes
  • Communal Boost Bonfire
  • Two Heroic Boosters

Week Four (May 14–May 20):

  • Five Black Lion Chest Keys
  • Branded Weapon Select Box
  • Two Guaranteed Wardrobe Unlocks

The discount off the total value of the included items decreases each week:

  • Week of April 23: 2,400 gems
  • Week of April 30: 2,550 gems
  • Week of May 7: 2,700 gems
  • Week of May 14: 3,000 gems

Exotic Breeds Mount Select License

Available for purchase individually next week (April 30 onwards)











Roller Beetle


Upcoming Items

Chat codes taken from that_shaman’s datamining thread

Etherbound Gauntlets – [&AgE9YAEAAA==]


Branded Weapon Select Box

[&CtYhAAA=] Branded Axe [&CuchAAA=] Branded Dagger [&CuIhAAA=] Branded Focus [&CtUhAAA=] Branded Greatsword
gw2-branded-axe gw2-branded-dagger gw2-branded-focus gw2-branded-greatsword
[&CtwhAAA=] Branded Hammer [&CtghAAA=] Branded Longbow [&CukhAAA=] Branded Mace [&CtchAAA=] Branded Pistol
gw2-branded-hammer gw2-branded-longbow gw2-branded-mace gw2-branded-pistol
[&CuQhAAA=] Branded Rifle [&CuMhAAA=] Branded Scepter [&Ct8hAAA=] Branded Shield [&CtkhAAA=] Branded Short Bow
gw2-branded-rifle gw2-branded-scepter gw2-branded-shield gw2-branded-short-bow
[&CtQhAAA=] Branded Staff [&CuEhAAA=] Branded Sword [&CtshAAA=] Branded Torch [&CughAAA=] Branded Warhorn
gw2-branded-staff gw2-branded-sword gw2-branded-torch gw2-branded-warhorn

By Dulfy

MMO guide writer and blogger. Currently playing and covering SWTOR, GW2, and TSW.

43 replies on “GW2 Gemstore Update–Ritualist Package and War Supplies”

The bundle’s worth far more than 2400 gems (the two mount select licenses alone are worth that much), so it mostly depends on how many of the items included are valuable to you personally.

What’s this? Asura and the Charr have female version of the armor? They didn’t feel like being lazy this time?

The 1 on the Charr looks alright for me. The 1 on Asura… at least make it closer to the Charr’s would be better IMO.

It was never laziness – it was a conscious design choice to make the sexual dimorphism of Charr and Asura to be different than the usual “stick a pair of tits on it” so common in gaming and/or fantasy world design. Therefore, it made sense to use the same armor (or perhaps was a convenient side effect)

Well… As it stands the War Supplies is pretty good value, although I wonder if this is ANet’s experiment with introducing “premium subscriptions”, just under a different name. It’s good to see that the Exotic Breeds mounts will be available for purchase separately; I wonder if the Branded weapons will get the same treatment.

Every time you bounce, you have to yell “HONEY BADGER DON’T CARE!” Even though it’s not a honey badger.

The trouble with these bundles for me is as always finding one where I actually want at least 50% of the items.
Sadly for me the main item, the mount picks, aren’t really of interest since there’s nothing in this new set I really like the look of. Much of the rest is stuff I either already have, or have no interesst in.

I dont begrudge Anet any fund raising schemes. This slow release bundle is an odd direction though. If you ever planning on buying specific mounts then the bundle is worth it on that alone I guess.

Well two select licenses is worth 2800 gems (1400 ea iirc), so even if you don’t want the outfits, dyes, vouchers or keys, you are seeing a bargain.

Re: fundraising schemes, I’m torn. On the one hand I loathe microtransactions and paid subscriptions in all their forms; on the other hand I want to help ANet out financially given that the company’s obviously had some trouble recently and we won’t see another paid expansion for a long time (if ever).

The gem store becomes a lot more palatable to me when I start thinking of it as a tip jar.

Not sure what prices are like in your currency but the cost of 2000 or 3000 gems is equivalent to a triple A game in my country. I’ve bought the largest supporter pack with each expansion and that s it for guild wars. I’m not putting anymore into it :/

Those weps will match nicely with shatterer’s backpack, and maybe even icebrood gauntlets with the right dyes.

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