Bounty Hunter

Hunter, seeker, killer for hire

Countless enemies stand in the way of the Sith Empire’s drive for domination. The Empire spares no expense eliminating these threats, offering massive bounties to employ the galaxy’s most lethal hunters. Earning a death mark from the Empire means a life spent in fear, constantly looking over one’s shoulder. It’s never a question if a Bounty Hunter will find you… only when.

Both infamous and anonymous at the same time, Bounty Hunters are far more than mercenaries for hire—they’re heirs to a professional legacy—an ancient brotherhood with a glorious history. Tracking elusive targets across multiple star systems requires expertise, especially when the targets can be prominent, powerful, and often prepared for confrontation. Thrill seekers from all walks of life set out to become Bounty Hunters, but only the most hard-boiled survive in this competitive and deadly business.

The Bounty Hunter’s path lies along the edge—the stakes are always high—and the path only leads two places, to a life of infamous glory… or to a quick and ignominious death.

Advanced Classes


If the best defense is a good offense, the Mercenary’s got the most intimidating defense in the galaxy. Heavily-modded blasters and deadly heatseeking missiles make the Mercenary a mobile heavy weapons platform. There’s no problem extra firepower can’t solve, and no one who knows what he’s doing gets between a Mercenary and his target.

Class Roles

Damage - The Arsenal and Ordnance Mercenaries combine blaster volleys and missile-fire to generate a devastating explosive spectacle that quickly eliminates foes. The Ordnance Mercenary is all about explosives, unleashing a barrage of missiles, grenades, and weapon blasts that cause lasting destructive damage to their enemies.

Healing - The Bodyguard Mercenary specializes in personal-security, using a varied array of kolto dispersement instruments to heal allies with protective shells and time-release infusions, offering safe haven in even the most hostile environements.

Power Tech

A Powertech wears heavy plating like a second skin and never balks at taking on the newest prototype technology if it means greater protection and upgraded safeguards. The best in armor shielding, smart defensive tactics and high-powered flamethrowers combine to make the Powertech an impenetrable one-man blockade, from which few enemies escape unscathed.

Class Roles

Tank - The Shield Tech launch into the fray with a jetpack-propelled attack and are able to withstand powerful offenses to defend their allies.

Damage - Pyrotechs use flamethrowers and missiles to make sure their enemies burn out in a blaze of destruction with long term damage. The Advanced Prototype Powertech attack with thermal detonators, gauntlet blades, and magnetized bracers to quickly devastate their targets.