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Wednesday, May 18, 2011

Meet the SWTOR Classes: Sith Empire Allegiance

Star Wars: The Old Republic is steadily at risk of a 2011 release, as well as the game's playable classes happen to be revealed. Unsurprisingly, SWTOR credits enable you to trade to find the best in-game items.

The Bounty hunter, Sith Warrior, Imperial Agent and Sith Inquisitor classes make up the Sith Empire Allegiance faction from the game's major conflict. These classes present a stupendous new interpretation with the Star Wars universe and provides plenty of strategic gameplay options too.

SWTOR Bounty Hunter - If being the tank in the group has always seemed a little boring to you, Bioware is shaking some misconception to suit your needs! Drop some SWTOR credits on a nice suit of Heavy Armor and have great resistances to elemental damage, buy some flamethrowers for crowd control, and strap some heat-seeking missiles for a back in order to fulfill all of your Boba Fett fantasies!

SWTOR Sith Warrior- Expect you'll be spending a little more SWTOR Credits with your guys, as you'll want to upgrade not just one, but TWO Lightsabers as you level up! Sith Warriors are clothed in heavy armor with usage of physical augmentations to improve stats. In addition they use Force Push to put on opponents down, and still have usage of some buff and debuff abilities, making the them a versatile addition to any party.

SWTOR Imperial Agent - Rogue classes in other games are often best played by stabbing opponents in the back at melee range, but then they couldn't spend SWTOR Credits to get laser sniper rifles, could they? Imperial agents specialize in stealth technology and have intricate understanding of computer networks, permitting them to sneak into high security areas covertly. The Operative sub-class provides the Imperial Agent the opportunity to heal allies, increasing how many all-around options SWTOR gives its players, which means that you may never must wait to reveal using a party able to perform all this!

SWTOR Sith Inquisitor - Masters with the Dark Side in the Force, the Sith Inquisitor lets you harness the effectiveness of force lightning just like you were Emperor Palpatine. Their aptitude with the Force enables them to debuff and drain MP from enemies, heal / buff allies, AND blast gigawatts of their time at mobs! His loose robes allow him to deliver acrobatic blows together with his double-edged Lightsaber, but watch out - without dropping some serious SWTOR Credits, that armor won't prevent much damage.

So, how will you elect to wield the strength of the Dark Side? When the game start remember to be full of SWTOR Credits, it might speed up leveling and may buy suitable equips and weapon.



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