SWTOR Bounty Hunter Beginners Guide

Bounty Hunter Beginners Guide

Bounty Hunters aren’t exactly known as one of the most played classes in Star Wars: The Old Republic. One reason being, they’re not as easy to play as some other classes are. That’s why having a newbies guide to help beginners figure out things in this game is helpful, and Torwars made sure to publish it. You can read the full Bounty Hunter newbies guide below. Contents: Advanced Classes Companions Species & Appearance Leveling Stats & Equipment Crew Skills Heat System Skill Rotation & Combat The Bounty Hunter brings a…

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Imperial Agent Character Progression

The wait is over. Bioware finally revealed one of the last remaining class progression videos, of course for our beloved Imperial Agent class. The trailer features both Operative and Sniper advanced classes, showcases some of their armors and abilities, and of course the cover system. You can read the official video description and watch it below! Through cunning, stealth, and ruthless tactics, the Imperial Agent has no shortage of ways to complete his objectives. Even so, as the complexity and importance of his missions increase, the Agent will have to…

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Jedi Knight Newbie Guide

Jedi Knight combat on Tython

Torwars recently posted an excellent short guide for SWTOR newbies, featuring our beloved Jedi Knight class of course. For everyone new to the game I’m sure you’ll find it very useful, and these few tips are always good to keep in mind. You can read the entire guide below. Getting Started Once you’ve created your personal character and watched your specially-written scrolling text, you’ll arrive in a ship onto Tython grounds. Once you disembark, you have a chance to familiarize yourself with a few of the controls. No doubt you’ll…

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Sith Warrior Mechanics Guide

Sith Warrior Mechanics Guide

There are two game mechanics designed to create the framework of what your player can do. The first thing to address is how fast a player can perform a task: how often a player can attack with their Lightsaber. This mechanic is called a Global Cooldown timer. It is currently set to 1.5 seconds. When you hit the button to attack with your lightsaber, you have to wait 1.5 seconds before you can attack again. This is to prevent your character from firing off abilities as fast as you could…

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