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Sith Pureblood

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Lostkitty
02.03.2012 , 01:41 PM | #1
Hello all ^.^ I got a quick question for anyone that has leveled up as Pure Blood beyond level 10-20, I'm wondering if NPC's still react to you being a Pureblood or is that just on Korriban? the Last 3 days I've leveled up many characters to level 10 trying to get my character the way I want her, and it's nice seeing many talk to me differently when i'm a Pureblood, just wondering if this is still something that comes out during some NPC convo's after Korriban or not thx
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Pesh
02.03.2012 , 02:02 PM | #2
I did not level up a Sith Pureblood, but I do have a level 50 Chiss. There was always comment on me being an alien, and some that where specific to me being a Chiss all the way to 50.

So I would go with yes, people will still comment on you being a Sith Pureblood.

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Mechavomit
02.03.2012 , 02:04 PM | #3
Yes, I believe imperials seem to notice your "purity" all the time.

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Rouge
02.03.2012 , 03:39 PM | #4
Quote: Originally Posted by Mechavomit View Post
Yes, I believe imperials seem to notice your "purity" all the time.
Probably happens only to SWs. My pureblood SI doesn't get it and the mentions of slavery have become relatively few by the level 37 although occasionally my character can whine about it.
Think of this: If you will play a Jedi or a Sith, now you will never get to take your apprentice to fight with you in flashpoints, warzones or raids. You will never face together any of the big end-game bosses.

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Mechavomit
02.03.2012 , 03:43 PM | #5
Quote: Originally Posted by Rouge View Post
Probably happens only to SWs. My pureblood SI doesn't get it and the mentions of slavery have become relatively few by the level 37 although occasionally my character can whine about it.
That's because the SI wasn't meant to be a pureblood at first. But there was a lot of whining from testers are the devs gave in. The pureblood uses human dialogue, because there wasn't enough time to write a story for them.

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Rouge
02.03.2012 , 03:47 PM | #6
Quote: Originally Posted by Mechavomit View Post
That's because the SI wasn't meant to be a pureblood at first. But there was a lot of whining from testers are the devs gave in. The pureblood uses human dialogue, because there wasn't enough time to write a story for them.
My SI got a pretty diluted Pureblood blood in veins anyway, so it doesn't matter.
Think of this: If you will play a Jedi or a Sith, now you will never get to take your apprentice to fight with you in flashpoints, warzones or raids. You will never face together any of the big end-game bosses.

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OldVengeance
02.03.2012 , 03:48 PM | #7
This could be because I have no other high level SWs to compare it to but I don't remember a lot of characters noting how pure of a sith I was with my Pureblood Sith Warrior. At least in the first 40 or so levels.

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Mierrik
02.03.2012 , 06:12 PM | #8
I've got a Pureblood Assassin at 50 and a Twi'Lek Sorceror at 30, I've heard a lot more comments regarding my Sorceror's alien status than my Assassin's Pureblooded status. I think Sith are expected to be humans and purebloods, therefore they don't earn much comment.