I spent the remainder of the amount of time in stealth from ivanben's blog

Periodically, the producers at BioWare will throw players something special of double XP to get a weekend in Star Wars: The Old Republic, maybe in the case of last July, three weekends. Over the American Thanksgiving holiday, SWTOR made it happen again, and I decided that I would definitely take full advantage of it gamereasy . Laura Williams, Lee Snyder, and I leveled five characters to level 50 inside 18 hours over that weekend, and from now on, I'm going to explain to you how we made it happen.

Laura mentioned reading a post about the official forums about two guys who leveled their characters in the July double-XP weekend in 23 hours of gameplay. Being the competitive player she is, Laura were forced to beat that record. When I heard this, I knew I were required to jump agreeable. There were some Republic classes that I we had not played through yet, and I needed my fourth class buff. When I accepted run along with her over Thanksgiving, Lee joined in, too.

First, there's 2 major timesinks in leveling from the expansion. The first is obviously the storyline. Here your spacebar makes perfect, just keep smacking it and soon you reach an alternative. There should be enough contextual information about what the I spent the entire content of the period in stealth choice is, particularly when you’ve ran through it before already. If you haven’t played before, you might need to actually pay a little bit of attention, since your choices do impact the general story and also your influence grind with assorted companions / characters within the alliance.

The second is trash mobs. In some instances you can’t avoid them, but that doesn’t mean you must deal with most of them. If you’re a stealth class, just like the Sith Assassin, then you can certainly easily just stealth past everything. The XP they furnish isn’t a part of getting you to 65. On a character I skipped as often trash as I could, only fighting bosses and required encounters (if it spawns something to directly attack you). I spent the entire content of the in time stealth, whilst still being reached level 65 inside middle of the ninth chapter.

Due that we’re only building green level things to get your Armormech nearly 400 you won’t need any Underworld Trading metals, but due that the Medium and Heavy armor requires different numbers of metals to create you will want to purchase an assortment of everything. As a general guide you’re want to around 80 of any metal and compound. Medium level armor generally require more compounds while Heavy has a tendency to require more metals at level 120 and 220 of Armormech you’re have to a stack of 120 level 2 and level 4 metals or compounds, according to your armor preference . I’ll detail specifics afterwards, but here’s your manages.

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