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Sentinels in Warzones?

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Sentinels in Warzones?

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xXxLATVIANxXx
11.24.2012 , 08:46 PM | #1
Hi
Are sentinels any good in warzones? I played a few warzones with sentinel and I seem to have the problem of not being able to kill an opponent especially ranged like a sorcerer because they just run away and kite me dishing out damage.

What are your thoughts on sentinels for warzones?

Thank You

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BraaxusKun
11.24.2012 , 09:10 PM | #2
I'm guessing you're new to SWTOR and that's why you find it difficult to kill sorcs - players who have likely played swtor for a few months and are just making new toons, let's just say, whenever you have as much skill as another player, even if they're better geared, a sentinel will faceroll a sorc, just keep up the practice

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MidichIorian
11.24.2012 , 09:13 PM | #3
Pre-50? Sents/maras become good much later than sorcs/sages so you will have trouble with them til' you get enough spec points.

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xXxLATVIANxXx
11.24.2012 , 09:18 PM | #4
ok.
ye i am still kinda new to this game. Just trying out sentinels.

Also operatives and their invisibility is too OP in my opinion

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dinnaya
11.24.2012 , 09:47 PM | #5
Operatives won't be that much of a problem either when you practice more. Ofc they're not as easy as sorcs.
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MasterYinobi
11.24.2012 , 10:07 PM | #6
Sentinel lvl 50 full BM gear=200-250k Dmg :-)

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DubFanahtic
11.24.2012 , 10:12 PM | #7
Quote: Originally Posted by xxxlatvianxxx View Post
ok.
Ye i am still kinda new to this game. Just trying out sentinels.

Also operatives and their invisibility is too op in my opinion
nerf operatives! Yes
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