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New, curious what the sent or maraud play style is like?

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New, curious what the sent or maraud play style is like?

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Heinzordd
06.18.2013 , 04:04 AM | #1
I made a very short montage of how a low level Jedi Sent and possibly Sith Mara plays like (I'm assuming both share most combat anime and atks)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RfySAmaAxEU

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Jayshames
06.18.2013 , 05:22 AM | #2
The animations for both of them are very different. Though, obviously the playstyle is the same as their abilities share the same effect.
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swtonewbie
06.18.2013 , 05:43 AM | #3
The first two pulls probably wasn't the best way to open it up (imo). Charging into a weak/standard mob then opening up with master strike (you only got 1 hit out of the 3 you get from MS). Then immediately after that you charge into a strong mob but cant master strike due to it being on CD. Since you did some editing and you are cutting from one fight to another, shouldn't really be doing that. Everything else was just smash and aoeing trash packs down, with the last fight being the only interesting part.

But you do get points for at least including music and editing it so that it isnt one continous stream.
I'm not really a noob...

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Heinzordd
06.18.2013 , 06:16 AM | #4
Thanks guys =) Yeah I've only been at this video making business for a little while now but with tips like this I can only improve =)

I'm curious now how the marauder play style is like heheh

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swtonewbie
06.18.2013 , 06:35 AM | #5
Quote: Originally Posted by Heinzordd View Post
Thanks guys =) Yeah I've only been at this video making business for a little while now but with tips like this I can only improve =)

I'm curious now how the marauder play style is like heheh


For marauder playtip i would suggest having the in game sound turned up a little higher and make it louder then the music you plan on playing. Once you've done that make sure to use force scream...a lot.
I'm not really a noob...