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Cartel Market item question

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yenowine
03.27.2020 , 03:40 PM | #1
I am curious. If you used a Master's Datacron, do you still get credit for finishing the class and the titles included in the quests?

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ceryxp
03.27.2020 , 04:04 PM | #2
The Master's Datacron only auto-levels your character to level 70; it doesn't auto-complete anything (other than granting you your ship and ship droid). So, as long as you play the story and complete the missions you will be granted the appropriate titles. But, because it does auto-level your character you do not receive the reward for leveling a character to 50 (be that a species unlock or the presence buff for human).
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CrazyScruffy
03.27.2020 , 04:05 PM | #3
well, the master datacron levels you up to 70 and does not complete or advance your story in any way. If you want to play the story and earn the titles you are still free to do so (unlike using onslaught or KOTFE token)

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JediQuaker
03.29.2020 , 06:37 AM | #4
Quote: Originally Posted by yenowine View Post
I am curious. If you used a Master's Datacron, do you still get credit for finishing the class and the titles included in the quests?
Yes, but if you plan to do the class story anyway, it's kind of a waste to use a Master's D. since levelling is so fast.
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Adric_the_Red
03.29.2020 , 01:49 PM | #5
Quote: Originally Posted by JediQuaker View Post
if you plan to do the class story anyway, it's kind of a waste to use a Master's D. since levelling is so fast.
I knid of feel the same way about using the Commander's Tokens to create a "Start at 60" or "Start at 70" character.

I don't generally create characters simply to level them to max as fast as possible for "endgame" stuff. I typically have a certain personality and character development idea in mind when I create a character, so i want to play through everything myself and make all the "appropriate" choices for that character along the way, which you can't do with one of those "boosted" characters.
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