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  cant log in game
Posted by: Rhyiann - 05-05-2022, 12:39 PM - Forum: Game Play Discussion - No Replies

It says wrong password. Is there a problem with the server?

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Posted by: polsommer - 11-26-2021, 01:59 PM - Forum: Finances - No Replies


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  Vicrum's PVE BH Build
Posted by: Jaomsyh - 10-30-2021, 05:31 AM - Forum: Game Guides / Hints / Tips - No Replies

After being asked more than a few times about my BH build I figured I would share it.  I need to add this disclaimer first before I get into it. I am no "expert" and the build I use fits my play style and serves my purposes.  On live I played BH from beta to end of game.  I'm sure someone has something else they use, has one they feel is better, or maybe can even optimize it more; but as I said this is the build I personally use for my character.  I would say I do about 95% PVE and 5% PVP (meaning I only player hunt if bounty is high enough and I change up a few things in expertise trees)

Gear breakdown:
Primus layered assault armor with carbine dmg baked in
Whistler carbine heat element with carbine dmg baked in
Master crafted EE3 heat element with carbine dmg baked in
SEAS con/lck/pre
EXOS carbine dmg/assault dmg/carbine action cost
PUPS carbine dmg
Enforcers jewelry
And various buffs (not going to list them)
On my toolbar I run with assault 8,5,3 and ambush 8,5,3 for those times when action does get low.

Bounty Specialization Tree (see attached image)
Duelist stance is kinda weak and optional and you can put that point somewhere else, but for me anything that heals me and isn't a heavy point investment I'll take it.
Energy armor and kinetic armor points are easily adjusted based off your armor preference but as I said above I run primus assault armor and it helps fill in the gaps.


Bounty Hunting Tree (see attached image)
Antagonize is useless and a wasted point but the skills below it make up for the wasted point and are well worth it when it comes to PVE.
The 3 points in Assault Efficiency could be put into Ambush Intensity, but I found I have a better ROI based off my gear with the reduced action cost of assault specials.  
I've toyed around with taking the 1 point from duelist stance (bounty specialization tree) and put it into assault efficiency but found that the small heal from duelist stance has been more of a benefit.


Hope this helps someone and if anyone has anything better I would love to see it so I can make adjustments to better my character.

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  New Ents and Traders
Posted by: Draxes - 10-18-2021, 07:07 PM - Forum: Game Guides / Hints / Tips - No Replies

This may be common knowledge or it may be news to some. Either way, I felt it would do well to write it all down here. When first starting out as an entertainer most people get off the station, run to the back of Mos Eisley cantina, and start that slow dance grind to 90. THAT IS A TERRIBLE IDEA!!!

  • First, when you make an entertainer, make sure you do the Tansari run through and get your horn. You'll need that to level up instead of all those terrible dances.
  • When you arrive at Mos Eisley, get that Yacht and fly it to Mustafar (yea it'll be alright you won't leave the facility).
  • Head down to the cantina and talk to the dancer Pol (I think is her name) and then Diskret Stahn. He's the extremely tall bothan to the left as you enter the door. He'll talk about a melody in his head and hums it for you. Once you finish that, you'll be able to play that song.
  • From then on, you are gonna fly through levels pretty quick. Get the flush with success unlocked, give yourself a buff and in a couple of hours you'll cap out at 90. Enjoy.
Now for traders, there's a good way to level them up with minimal work and little loss of resources after you hit level 46. All traders unlock gcw tools at level 46. Now with that bit outta the way, you can now go hit an invasion, any invasion, as either a faction member or a merc. Once there do the following steps for some quick xp, make sure you got an xp buff from your favorite ent to boost it more.
  • Make sure you have a couple general crafting tools and hit the terminal and grab all the tool resources. Make three of each tool but DONT experiment on them, it'll be clear in a bit.
  • With your tools made, pick the nearest pylon and start building. It'll only be 4 or 5 each hit, which is what you want. To complete one pylon it takes 25 uses. Each mission is for a total of 10 and you need 5 missions to complete that particular collection so you'll need to build 2 pylons to 100%
Once you complete a collection you'll get xp for that collection, a lot of xp! It scales to your level as well and from my personal testing and that of my wife, Nisha's, you can get anywhere from 2-3 levels per collection. With seven collections (8 if you are in range when the general is defeated) you are looking at up to 20-25 levels of xp. Going by the amount of resources used to level the higher end levels, thats a great resource and time saver in my book. Hope these help and good luck!

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