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Jedi skirt.....where are some pants ????

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Jedi skirt.....where are some pants ????

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TuF_WOLVERINE
05.10.2012 , 07:33 PM | #1
I just started a jedi character.. all I can see to find are dresses.. where are the pants ?? I tried synthweaving but all he makes is skirts what the hell? Im not a girl. I need pants ... trench coat I can handle.. why do I need to wear a dress man.. its lame.
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VulcanLogic
05.10.2012 , 07:40 PM | #2
Get an armormech to make you some custom (orange) pants. They come in both medium and heavy. Light armor pants are quite lacking though.
Yo. Droid companions need an operations vendor, too. My extra coms have to go somewhere, and I'd prefer SCORPIO to Kaliyo.

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Keta
05.10.2012 , 07:44 PM | #3
I actually liked all the looks of the gear on the start planets for the various classes on the Republic side. I wish they'd have gear that's scaled later in the game with the same basic looks. Knights with vests and pants -- what a concept!

As an aside, yes light armour pants are almost impossible to come by. My Jedi Shadow is maxed out in synthweaving and he's still wearing a skirt --- I mean a kilt.

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TuF_WOLVERINE
05.10.2012 , 07:44 PM | #4
Quote: Originally Posted by VulcanLogic View Post
Get an armormech to make you some custom (orange) pants. They come in both medium and heavy. Light armor pants are quite lacking though.
I have an armor tech but he can only make medium and heavy armor ? weird... my jedi sage can only wear light.

Wish I could use the smuggler outfits.
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Lopok
05.10.2012 , 07:48 PM | #5
funnily enough - the MUSE LOWER ROBE, is a pair of light armor PANTS.
granted they are skin-tight-white-rod-steward-looking monstrosities, but its a place to start looking i suppose.

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Elaril
05.10.2012 , 07:53 PM | #6
It would be better if all the pants weren't skin tight capri's. It's better, as a male character, to just wear the skirt.

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Estelindis
05.10.2012 , 07:55 PM | #7
The social I formal pants you can find on Coruscant should do the job. If you want an augment slot, get a synthweaver to make you a traditional demicot lower robe (level 39).

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Pheroras
05.10.2012 , 08:19 PM | #8
all the more reason i think for adding an Appearance option to the game
it is something in other MMOs, once you bind a piece of gear you have unlocked that look and can sport it when and if you like
(I know the other players know what I am talking about, not so sure the game designers are familiar with the concept)

Appearance tab and a Dye vendor would go a long way toward identifying with the toon of the day
"I feel a great disturbance in the Force, as if millions of voices suddenly cried out in terror, and were suddenly silenced."

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dragonfor
05.11.2012 , 04:23 AM | #9
Quote: Originally Posted by Pheroras View Post
all the more reason i think for adding an Appearance option to the game
it is something in other MMOs, once you bind a piece of gear you have unlocked that look and can sport it when and if you like
(I know the other players know what I am talking about, not so sure the game designers are familiar with the concept)

Appearance tab and a Dye vendor would go a long way toward identifying with the toon of the day
DC Universe Online was great for characters visual customization.

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Ancaglon
05.11.2012 , 04:38 AM | #10
Quote: Originally Posted by Lopok View Post
funnily enough - the MUSE LOWER ROBE, is a pair of light armor PANTS.
granted they are skin-tight-white-rod-steward-looking monstrosities, but its a place to start looking i suppose.
The Alderaan commendation vendors have two different sets of pants, these white ones (which I rather like) and a set of green ones with a brown "belt/pockets".

But yes, as a Consular, you can already use any Social pants that suit your look as fully viable gear -- you can then just use the commendations you get on the various worlds to update armoring, mod and enhancement slots for a cost of 11 commendations, vs. 12 for a whole new piece -- or buy the armorings and mods from cybertechs, and enhancements from artificers, depending on the health of your server population.