It’s About Damn Time

As Pallais said on Twitter when the news broke: “The circle of loot in SWTOR is complete”. Yes, the Star Wars The Old Republic Developers have finally gone full circle on their controversial and unpopular RNG gearing grind fest. Gearing will be returning to how it was before 5.0 with Command […]

PvP Gearing Costs and Thoughts on the 5.1 PvP Gear Grind

On Friday, Eric Musco announced the specifics of the new gearing system coming out on the 24th of January as part of Game Update 5.1. Galactic Command Gearing Changes, 5.1 and Beyond Unassembled Components and Their Vendor Unassembled Pieces and Command Token Costs If you haven’t seen them yet or […]

SWTOR – A Look Back at My 2016 Wishlist and My 2017 Wishlist

Another year has gone by in a galaxy far far away. My Guild which had been around since the APAC servers launched left the game, I took a break for a couple of months then I came back for 5.0. The Knights of the Eternal Throne Story was decent (and […]

Explanation and Feedback on Game Update 5.1 Endgame Gearing Changes

On the recent Holiday Producer Livestream, Eric Musco, Ben Irving and Charles Boyd revealed changes they¬†were going to be making to endgame gearing come Game Update 5.1 which is set to be released on the 24th of January. If you missed the Stream, here is a summary of what they’re […]

Discussion on ways SWTOR could Compromise on Galactic Command Gearing with Comparisons to WildStar

Hey everyone, I have previously written about ways the Star Wars The Old Republic Developers could compromise on the Galactic Command Gearing System. I still prefer my ultimate solution of course. But it is clear that the SWTOR Developers will unlikely make any changes to the system at this stage. […]

How SWTOR could compromise on Galactic Command

I know this is a pipe dream. But hear me out. I have already discussed how to terrible the ‘grind of chance lottery’ Galactic Command system is, in my view. But there are ways SWTOR could compromise. Again, I know they probably won’t. But still, it doesn’t hurt to discuss […]