Saturday, 29 August 2009

Sith Warrior Class Reveal

As expected BioWare officially revealed the Sith Warrior class today, and I'm finding it very, very hard to find even the remotest bit of excitement.

But anyway, first they also released the next part of the webcomic:
The fourteenth issue of Threat of Peace™ is full of intrigue and excitement. Having just escaped from the Imperial transport, the Bounty Hunter Braden travels to Nar Shaddaa to make a deal with the crime lord Nok Drayen. After being rescued from her escape pod, Jedi Knight Satele Shan receives the news that Master Dar’Nala is dead. Meanwhile, the Imperial transport which carried both the Bounty Hunter and the Jedi Master arrives on Korriban only to be blown up by a mysterious bomb…

Check out the latest issue of Threat of Peace now.
And then the Sith Warrior class:
Drawing upon the power of the dark side, the Sith Warrior strikes enemies down with unrelenting might, commands the battlefield with absolute authority, and rises to greatness amongst fearful followers. Victory and conquest are the Sith Warrior’s destiny.

Access the HoloNet to learn more about the Sith Warrior class and view combat videos and screenshots. Pledge your allegiance to the dark side by outfitting your desktop with our Sith Warrior wallpapers.
And as expected the description is all "force of darkness" and "channels the destructive emotions of fear, anger, and hatred" and "cold-blooded conquerors" and "their fierce hatred" and... <sighs> So much for actual allowing all classes the choice to play Light Side.

And with us 50% through all the classes I've yet to see a single one I'm even remotely interested in actually playing. I guess I just fall outside the target demographic for this game. Bah.

Oh yeah, almost forgot. As the description says they also have two (ugly) wallpapers.


NOTE: It seems that the links to the comic pages are broken (all of them, even those from the previous posts). So just o to the comic (which should put you in act 2 at least) and use the navigation thingy to go to issue #5.

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