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New reputation armors from Oricon

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New reputation armors from Oricon

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Iwipe
08.27.2013 , 06:25 PM | #1
Update Aug 30 : They added a new customization to HK-51!
Update: There is now a drouk pet and a Strike Force Tauntaun Mount

Hey everyone, Oricon, the new planet in 2.4, just opened up on the PTS and its vendors have two sets of armor to sell along with a dye module schematic. Here are the two sets if you are unable to visit there yourself to check it out. Reputation vendors on both factions offer identical items unfortunately

http://dulfy.net/2013/08/28/swtor-or...-vendor-items/

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AshlaBoga
08.27.2013 , 06:38 PM | #2
The Hallowed Gothic Armor headpiece is certainly.... different.
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Andryah
08.27.2013 , 06:39 PM | #3
Quote: Originally Posted by Iwipe View Post
Hey everyone, Oricon, the new planet in 2.4, just opened up on the PTS and its vendors have two sets of armor to sell along with a dye module schematic. Here are the two sets if you are unable to visit there yourself to check it out. Reputation vendors on both factions offer identical items unfortunately

http://dulfy.net/2013/08/28/swtor-or...-vendor-items/
You're the best Dulfy! Always on top of stuff.. pronto quick.

/Like the Dread Host Armor What's with the crotch shield though?

/vomit at the Hallowed Gothic though.
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Iwipe
08.27.2013 , 06:42 PM | #4
Quote: Originally Posted by AshlaBoga View Post
The Hallowed Gothic Armor headpiece is certainly.... different.
It reminds me of the Venus Flytrap plant lol

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Venus_flytrap

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Andryah
08.27.2013 , 06:42 PM | #5
Quote: Originally Posted by Iwipe View Post
It reminds me of the Venus Flytrap plant lol

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Venus_flytrap
LOL.. that's the comparison I was just searching for.
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Reno_Tarshil
08.27.2013 , 07:02 PM | #7
Really no one is jumping for joy over the long awaited Black and Red dye module?

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micnevv
08.27.2013 , 07:02 PM | #8
That Gothic set looks like some evil character pulled out of a Disney cartoon.

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AshlaBoga
08.27.2013 , 07:03 PM | #9
Quote: Originally Posted by Andryah View Post
LOL.. that's the comparison I was just searching for.
Well I always did find the Xenomorph (War Hero) look to be dark and predatory, the Venus Fly Trap look is evil and creepy, but sadly my RP is more "combing Gree and Rakatan droid armies infused with the power of the Dark Side" than "creating vile Sithspawn that make Lord Fulminiss look like a rank amateur." Still, as far as Evil Sorcerers go, that's not a terrible look.
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Andryah
08.27.2013 , 07:04 PM | #10
Quote: Originally Posted by Reno_Tarshil View Post
Really no one is jumping for joy over the long awaited Black and Red dye module?
It's probably really Gray/Orange.
Judgments are often inaccurate because the brain relies on cognitive biases over hard evidence. Cognitive bias is the tendency to make irrational judgments in consistent patterns. Researchers have found that cognitive bias wreaks havoc by forcing people to make poor, irrational judgments.