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SWTOR: Thoughts on Consular Storyline

Helen Keller Date: 2018-02-13 Views: 2387 swtor consular storylineswtor creditsswtor goldbuy swtor credits

SWTOR Consular Storyline is one of the most what swtor fans play. Why do so many gamers choose to play it! Now, let’s see swtor players’ thoughts on Consular Storyline:

"I enjoyed it. It’s very diplomatic and the way I see a consular playing out. Diplomacy first, the chess-like thinking moves but when that fails (and it does), combat has to happen. I actually rank consular fairly high on the stories I like list."

"I think that one’s experience of the consular storyline is highly dependent on how you view your own character. I played a sage healer, one who tries to protect others and mend their hurts, so for me the first chapter really fit like a glove. If you’re not interested in healing, or not playing a lightside character, it mightn’t feel like such a good fit.

 

My feelings about the other chapters are otherwise the same as yours. I liked the feeling of building up an alliance and then investigating secret infiltrators.

 

Personally my favorite companions were Nadia and Iresso, even though we got them last. And, again, that’s because they fit best with the character I was playing. Qyzen is an achievement hunter, Tharan a sleezy genius, Zenith a ruthless freedom-fighter - while they are all interesting characters, I didn’t feel like they could become truly close to my consular. They disagreed in too many ways, didn’t see the world from the same point of view. Nadia and Iresso are both more idealistic, and for my pure light-side consular they naturally became close, Nadia as a friend/student and Iresso as a sweetheart. So I guess the important thing is that there’s someone for everyone. No matter how you play your consular, there should be at least one companion who can relate well to them."

"I enjoyed my Consular playthroughs generally, I liked most of Chapter 1 (except from Tatooine) and felt it was a lot more interesting than the Knight’s first chapter.

 

Chapter 2 and 3 are also both interesting and feel a bit more unique to the other stories.

 

But a Dark side consular is one of the most hilarious things I’ve ever done. Your mostly a dick to people and you have the single highest Jedi body count of all the classes.

 

On the one hand, I would like there to be more consequences to taking dark side options as the story often feels like “Hey you totally murdered that Jedi we told you to save. Have a promotion.” But on the other hand it is a bit more refreshing to see that sometimes the dark side option is the easy way. Part of what makes being a Jedi or light sided person so difficult is that doing the right thing isn’t always easy and will sometimes come at a cost to you, something I think the Consular story does much better than the Knight’s story.

 

I think the companions are mostly interesting, no real standouts unlike the Bounty Hunter and Sith Warrior crew but that’s ok. Zenith is a great companion if you do play a dark sided Consular, Qyzen is fine but I think they should’ve used someone else for your first companion."

 

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