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    since it has been about a year since the last swtor thread plus our influx of new users in The last year I think I'll post again.

    Any SWTOR MMO players here I am on fairly regular when there are no new release games as it is my filler game I am on the ebony hawk NA server

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    I'm off and on on the PoT5 sever, and Shadowlands. Currently in two top tier pvp clans (Death Smile and woops). Char name is Icarus on my main (a sorc) but I also have an op, sniper, marauder, assassin, and a scoundrel.

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    Yeah I'm off ebon hawk. Got a level 26 sith assassin and level 7 Jedi consolur. Bouton to be bigger just got the 12x xp while it lasts anyways

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    Haven't played in a while but seeing this thread has made me want to get back into it randomly haha

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    I've been playing The Old Republic for about a year now, mostly as an occasional thing when I could find the time. I'm on Ebon Hawk.

    With the 12x XP event for November I played it a LOT that month. I took my main character, a Human Jedi Knight (Sentinel) from 36 to 55, then I started a Rattataki Sith Inquisitor (Sorcerer) up to 55 too, and I finished the class plotline for her last night. I also have a 20th level Cyborg Agent (Operative), and a 13th level human Trooper (Commando) too.

    I'm now debating between taking one of my 55's to 60, or levelling up my Trooper or Agent, because I've had a lot of fun playing them too.

    I've been liking The Old Republic a lot, definitely the best MMO I've played in a long time. Last one I enjoyed this much was Dungeons and Dragons Online a few years ago, before I burned out on it.

    The story/cinematic aspect of TOR and the detailed plot and such is a big advantage it has over other MMO's, and for a big Star Wars fan it feels more like immersing yourself in the setting than any other SW game I've played.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MrCarroll View Post
    I've been playing The Old Republic for about a year now, mostly as an occasional thing when I could find the time. I'm on Ebon Hawk.

    With the 12x XP event for November I played it a LOT that month. I took my main character, a Human Jedi Knight (Sentinel) from 36 to 55, then I started a Rattataki Sith Inquisitor (Sorcerer) up to 55 too, and I finished the class plotline for her last night. I also have a 20th level Cyborg Agent (Operative), and a 13th level human Trooper (Commando) too.

    I'm now debating between taking one of my 55's to 60, or levelling up my Trooper or Agent, because I've had a lot of fun playing them too.

    I've been liking The Old Republic a lot, definitely the best MMO I've played in a long time. Last one I enjoyed this much was Dungeons and Dragons Online a few years ago, before I burned out on it.

    The story/cinematic aspect of TOR and the detailed plot and such is a big advantage it has over other MMO's, and for a big Star Wars fan it feels more like immersing yourself in the setting than any other SW game I've played.
    yeah i just Got My assassin to 60 and i must say DAMN. places i used to have Problems with at 55 with my Companion i can walk through Solo with little Effort. the Black hole weekly and Dailys i can do solo the whole area with no companion in about 40 miniutes

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