I love equipment handbooks! Hands down, excuse the pun! Getting this SWTOR Jedi Shadow Guide was probably one of the best ideas I’ve ever had. Not only did the guide tell me what to do, rather, it prevented me from buying useless equipment that depleted my credits. With everything included, I was delighted to know the author went out on a limb to help his or her fellow SWTOR comrades. There was detailed instructions and details on equipment and which equipment provided bonuses for me. Not only that, there was a strategic walkthrough on how to become successful in the game and not walking around.
Quests were an interesting read; the author took a lot of time in explaining what had to be done. Although the amount of quests overwhelmed me when I started the game but with the guide, I feel much better. I was afraid to venture out anywhere knowing I have a habit of getting lost in the game. Being one of my first MMORPG titles and reading about the worlds, everything seems to be against me. Yet, the guide saved me, literally.
I was impressed by the idea of useful combat tactics that can easily be implemented in battle. Highly impressed by the guide, I checked out the other SWTOR guides which at the moment looks very, very promising. What can I say? As a new SWTOR fan, this guide made me like MMORPG and loving the SW franchise even more! Fans of the franchise should highly consider this if they want to improve a lot!
I hope to see players in the game having fun knowing all the strategies, tactics and credit making process involved!
In this post, I’ll be mentioning about a SWTOR Jedi Shadow’s skills and abilities, a lot of which is still yet to be mastered in the game. We’ll start from basics!
- Saber Strike: Deals 100% damage to the enemy within a close range. It must be noted also; this move is available to the SWTOR Jedi Sage. However, this move will only be used if the player has depleted their Force or when the target is within a melee range.
- Project: The ability to throw objects at the target. Weaker enemies are stunned for 3 seconds.
- Revive: Revive your companion or player.
- Force Valor: Increasing internal elemental resistances for 30 meters. Also, the skills allows the target’s attributes to be increased.
- Meditation: Rest and meditate while restoring the Force and health. This move cannot be used in combat.
- Armor Proficiency: Light: Players are able to equip light armor.
- Weapon Proficiency: Lightsabers: Players are able to equip single bladed lightsabers and training lightsabers.
- Weapon Proficiency: Vibroswords: Players are able to equip single bladed vibroswords and other bladed weapons.
And check out gameplay:
As default in the SWTOR game, every character gains five companions plus a ship and a free droid. The list of the SWTOR Jedi Shadow’s companions are:
- Qyzen Fess: A male Trandoshan from the planet Typhon. His role as your companion will be served as a melee tank with heavy armor, equipped with either an Electrostaff/Vibrosword. Qyzen enjoys military gifts.
- Zenith: A male Twilek from the planet Balmorra. In combat, his attack ranged DPS using a sniper rifle.
- Theran Cedrex: A human male from the planet Nar Shaddaa. Theran can help players in healing and dealing with tech equipment and/or configurations. His weapon of choice is a pistol. Being a techie, Theran enjoys tech gifts.
- Lieutenant Iresso: A human male from the planet Hoth. A tank class with an impressive blaster rifle. One of his abilities is: Taunt. Like Theran, he too enjoys tech gifts.
- Nadia Grell: A human Sarkhai from the planet Hutta. Her role is dishing out melee DPS using her dual bladed lightsaber. Players can engage in a romantic storyline with Nadia.
The Defender starship, even may not be as powerful compared to the other ships, especially the Imperial Fleet, this ship has some oomph. Even if the Jedi are a peaceful race, when threatened, the Defender is fully equipped with twin turbo lasers and a powerful forcefield. Like many other ships, the ship’s components can be upgraded to the player’s liking. Depending on how much you want to customize your ship, don’t use all for credits for it!
Droid: C2-N2. This droid is not a combat droid but a droid which players can gain missions and craft items. The droid is installed a male programming and is loyal to the Galactic Republic. Due to the droid comes with the Defender, other classes can interact with the droid: SWTOR Jedi Knight, SWTOR Jedi Consular and SWTOR Trooper.
Check this video about the Corellian Defender Class Light Corvette :
With the announced release date only a few months away, MMORPG fans worldwide are on the edge of their seats waiting for Star Wars: The Old Republic. The game promises to bring the thrill and adventure of not only seeing, but living the Star Wars saga.
With anticipation building, and much public discussion on the nature of the game, some attention is moving beyond the thrilling story of the game to the practical realities of game play. Even for players that have been deeply involved in the discussion and anticipation of the game, a SWTOR Shadow Guide will be one of those practical realities for those who choose to play the thrilling character of the Jedi Consular shadow.
People that aren’t gamers are probably wondering exactly what a “SWTOR Shadow Guide” might be. MMORPG games have gone from being relatively simple only a decade ago to being extremely complex and detailed strategy games. While some players are able to play many hours a week, most players have only a few hours a week to enjoy whichever game they like to play.
That’s where guides come in. Many MMORPG games have spawned a supporting cast of guide writers and software developers. These writers and developers do not have direct access to the inside knowledge that make the games work. But many are able to use their hard-won game skills to create guides for others to play the game more efficiently.
Players love the guides. It’s incredibly frustrating to be stuck in the same level of a game for a long time and not know how to move forward. Some guides even give in-game information on what strategies can help you move forward in the game, while others are in PDF or other file types that you can use while playing, but either way they provide great information on how to play the game effectively.
The Jedi Consular character was designed with our old friend Yoda in mind but is substantially more complex than the big screen portrayal of Yoda implies. It is a challenging and dynamic character, with a range of challenging skills and weapons to master. A number of SWTOR Shadow Guide products are available now for pre order, and several bloggers have worked the subject in detail. SWTOR players shouldn’t have any trouble finding a guide that’s helpful.
For SWTOR enthusiasts, the day of reckoning is not far away. If you’re going to play the Jedi Consular character, it’s time to start thinking about where to get your SWTOR Shadow Guide.