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The Hutts or the Dread Masters: which story arc did you like better?

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The Hutts or the Dread Masters: which story arc did you like better?

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Pietrastor
02.22.2016 , 09:44 PM | #1
Post-Ilum and pre-SOR, The Hutts and the Dread Masters were the focus of the 2 main story arcs running concurrently and even intertwining at times. Out of the 2, which did you enjoy better?

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Noyjitat
02.22.2016 , 10:28 PM | #2
I loved makeb and it's story; even though Hutt's for some reason just get on my nerves. Dreadmasters felt rushed and could of been something better imo.
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OldVengeance
02.23.2016 , 12:05 AM | #3
Makeb, because I've never done any OPS.

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jauvtus
02.23.2016 , 01:22 AM | #4
Imperial Makeb was great. Republic Makeb was boring. I love the stopping the Dread Masters' plans for 100th time.
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AshlaBoga
02.23.2016 , 01:29 AM | #5
Quote: Originally Posted by Pietrastor View Post
Post-Ilum and pre-SOR, The Hutts and the Dread Masters were the focus of the 2 main story arcs running concurrently and even intertwining at times. Out of the 2, which did you enjoy better?
I preferred the Dread Masters if only because we spent so much more time fighting them.

They drove Karagga mad (well I suspect he was already insane, but more insane), they broke Kephess and took over Denova, they opened a gate to R'lyeh , they stole and sowed dark seeds across the Galaxy, they tried to steal an army of HK-51s and in doing so united us with him (thank you for that one!!!), they gathered an army of mercenaries and cutthroats, they put up on hell of a fight on Planet Mordor (that's Oricon's real name).
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Kilikaa
02.23.2016 , 01:59 AM | #6
Dread Masters was better. RotHC sucked. Republic side was sooooooooooo boring and I just wanted to kill the Avesta's. Imp side was a little more interesting. Oricon, however, was a better story in my opinion.

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Codedrago
02.23.2016 , 02:23 AM | #7
Quote: Originally Posted by Noyjitat View Post
I loved makeb and it's story; even though Hutt's for some reason just get on my nerves. Dreadmasters felt rushed and could of been something better imo.
Agreed.
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LordDelectus
09.16.2016 , 10:15 AM | #8
Dread Masters, but I felt that they could have done 3.0 about them, they were good villains and a story arc of galactic fear and hysteria would have been fun.

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ZanyaCross
09.16.2016 , 10:19 AM | #9
Hutt Cartel, by virtue of never having been able to hear what's happening because in DM because I'm too busy listening to the raid leader explain mechanics. Bioware deserves a slap in the face for forcing group content like that (Dread Masters ops) at the end of a single-player quest-line (Oricon).

It took them 'till the end of SoR before they finally learned their lesson on that.

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cardmonkey
09.16.2016 , 11:29 AM | #10
Dread master's til the ops pain to get group it was