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Class Indecision Is Ruining the game for me

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Class Indecision Is Ruining the game for me

Wretches's Avatar

12.17.2011 , 02:58 PM | #1
So I've leveled a scoundrel to 12, a Gunslinger to 15, and a Jedi Guardian to 12. I can't decide a class to level to 50, and it its ruining my good time.

I would want to play my Jedi first, but there are a ton of force users. It sucks joining a grp full of lightsaber users, or getting lost in the melee dog pile in warzones.

Scoundrel was meh, and I enjoy the Gunslinger, just feel like I would have more fun as a Guardian.

Madness.. I don't know what to do. Anyone else have this problem? Or the solution for it?

darthbored's Avatar

12.17.2011 , 02:59 PM | #2
ive rerolled a billion times. having the same problem...

its not your fault that bioware just says "pick an advanced class" without letting you attempt the playstyle at all.

this should be address, let us undertake a mission as each playstyle to see or something at least

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12.17.2011 , 02:59 PM | #3
My guild is all trooper, so we don't have that problem.
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Mandrax's Avatar

12.17.2011 , 02:59 PM | #4
So why stick with one? I'm currently levelling three classes right now. I switch between classes as I fancy and am having lots of fun. I am concentrating on my Inquisitor a little more than the others, but so far I have a 17 Inq, 13 BH, and 7 IA.
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Shadysketchy's Avatar

12.17.2011 , 03:00 PM | #5
We can't help you decide what class to play, unless you tell us what role you want to fill

Inadharion's Avatar

12.17.2011 , 03:00 PM | #6
I've got the same problem. The same luxury problem, that is.


1) Consider how long you're likely to play this game.
2) Breathe
3) Enjoy one class at a time

Wretches's Avatar

12.17.2011 , 03:00 PM | #7
In other games, I lollygag around too much, and end up missing content that I know I could have completed if I would have stuck to one class...

BuddyLight's Avatar

12.17.2011 , 03:01 PM | #8
You're upset that you can't decide which class is the most fun?

That sounds like a good thing.

Kunitsukami's Avatar

12.17.2011 , 03:01 PM | #9
Wait, isn't this a good thing?
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xanazar's Avatar

12.17.2011 , 03:01 PM | #10
Solution is pick one and go with it. By the time you divide you could be 50. Just farm gear for other classes and then you can fly through leveling.