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SithKoriandr
02.01.2013 , 08:00 AM | #11
If they implement this, can we get them to throw in scenes in the storylines where my Sentinel actually uses both lightsabers, instead of always drawing just one?

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Stellatus
02.01.2013 , 09:11 AM | #12
hi guys im 10 yrs old nd starkillir is my fav jedi can i play the game as starkillr pls?? i want2 hold my lightsaver like starkiller he is teh coolest jedi sith ever.
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Gereorth
02.01.2013 , 09:18 AM | #13
Quote: Originally Posted by Stellatus View Post
hi guys im 10 yrs old nd starkillir is my fav jedi can i play the game as starkillr pls?? i want2 hold my lightsaver like starkiller he is teh coolest jedi sith ever.
Sure it seems like that, but the post is more aiming at all the situations. Obviously, Starkiller is the most 'famous' for holding his saber that way. For me it was Adi Gallia, to be the first that hold her lightsaber back-handed (Jedi Power Battles).
But I do think that the stance you're in should determine the cosmetic look of your fighting style.
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Knockerz
02.01.2013 , 09:19 AM | #14
This will be too expensive to implement. That's why no mmorpg changes their character animations after the game goes live. However, it can viable to swap stances like between guardians and maras or the other way around. By stances I mean the way they hold their saber. Perhaps even ability animations. Although if BW were to implement this it will most likely be a cartel shop buy option.
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Stellatus
02.01.2013 , 09:20 AM | #15
Quote: Originally Posted by Gereorth View Post
Sure it seems like that, but the post is more aiming at all the situations. Obviously, Starkiller is the most 'famous' for holding his saber that way. For me it was Adi Gallia, to be the first that hold her lightsaber back-handed (Jedi Power Battles).
But I do think that the stance you're in should determine the cosmetic look of your fighting style.
I agree, your current form should change how you hold the sabers, I just have a tendency to view anyone who brings up Starkiller as a kid with no credibility. Just one of those vices, I guess.
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Prysha
02.01.2013 , 09:20 AM | #16
yes pls
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Gereorth
02.01.2013 , 01:07 PM | #17
Quote: Originally Posted by Stellatus View Post
I agree, your current form should change how you hold the sabers, I just have a tendency to view anyone who brings up Starkiller as a kid with no credibility. Just one of those vices, I guess.
I understand what you're aiming at, but the reason here is just for Starkiller to be the example (everyone knows him).

But I'd rather see my fighting style to change, and not the way I hold my lightsaber (sure, that will change according to certain stances).
But for example, on my Juggernaut. When I am in Shien Form I expect my basic attack to be a strong and crushing attack. Rather than that it looks like he is sweeping at flies with a Glowstick. That's where the, obvious, 'Behemoth-stance' comes in place. I'd rather see my Juggernaut to do the Vicious Slash attack as a basic attack. Or, something that looks like it. It would feel so much more in place.
And if one might comment on the fact 'But Gereorth, your Juggernaut does a flurry of attacks in his basic move'. Yes, the animation does that. But the actual damage doesn't. You could answer with 'But when I look at the numbers flowing off, it keeps ticking a few times', yes that is true. But it doesn't work like that. The basic attack is one attack for % damage. When I hit someone with the basic attack (let's say it deals 900 damage) and my enemy is at 700. It's an instant kill. And not the three hits doing 300. That would mean he could outrun his damage from the basic attack. It deals an instant damage of 900. And not 300 damage three times. (JUST TO CLEAR THIS UP)
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