History YMMV / KnightsOfTheOldRepublic

6th Dec '16 2:32:08 PM Nevermore2002
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** Kashyyyk. It's full of monotonous "go here, get that" type of quests, doesn't give you a lot of choice in how the story plays out, the terrain is frustrating... but Jolee Bindo is a useful and necessary character, especially in the later stages of the game, and the sooner you get him, the better.

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** Kashyyyk. It's full of monotonous "go here, get that" type of quests, doesn't give you a lot of choice in how the story plays out, the terrain is frustrating...frustrating, party members switching is disabled for the most part as well as [[EscapeRope party transit]]... but Jolee Bindo is a useful and necessary character, especially in the later stages of the game, and the sooner you get him, the better.
6th Dec '16 2:28:05 PM Nevermore2002
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** When selling items of certain value or higher, the computer will pester you with a message box asking you to confirm the transaction. Not only there's no way to turn it off, but you can only sell ''one item at a time''. That include ''stackable items''. Have fun selling those hundred of racing bonds.

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** When selling items of certain value or higher, the computer will pester you with a message box asking you to confirm the transaction. Not only there's There's no way to turn it off, but off.
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you can only sell ''one item at a time''. That include time'', including ''stackable items''. Have fun selling those hundred of racing bonds.
6th Dec '16 2:25:00 PM Nevermore2002
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* ScrappyWeapon: Heavy weapons. They are {{BFG}}, but their firepower are barely any better than a blaster rifle/carbine and they have the exact same range. Combine with a bad critical threat range, mediocre attack bonus and low availability, they are not very popular with players. The DLC rectify this by adding the Baragwin Assault Gun and the Baragwin Heavy Repeating Blaster which are the most devastating non-Jedi weapons, providing you can afford them. They are worth 15000 and 19000 credits respectively and that's without Suvam's 20% discount.

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* ScrappyWeapon: Heavy weapons. They are {{BFG}}, but has the exact same range as blaster rifles/carbines and their firepower are barely any better than a blaster rifle/carbine and they have the exact same range.better. Combine with a bad critical threat range, mediocre attack bonus and low availability, they are not very popular with players. The DLC rectify this by adding the Baragwin Assault Gun and the Baragwin Heavy Repeating Blaster which are the most devastating non-Jedi weapons, providing you can afford them. weapons. They are worth 15000 and 19000 credits respectively and that's without Suvam's 20% discount.very expensive however.
5th Dec '16 4:38:02 PM Nevermore2002
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* ScrappyWeapon: Heavy weapons. They are {{BFG}}, but their firepower are barely any better than a blaster rifle or a blaster carbine and have the exact same range as them. Combine with a bad critical threat range, mediocre attack bonus and low availability, they are not very popular with players. The DLC rectify this by adding the Baragwin Assault Gun and the Baragwin Heavy Repeating Blaster which are the most devastating non-Jedi weapons, providing you can afford them. They are worth 15000 and 19000 credits respectively and that's without Suvam's 20% discount.

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* ScrappyWeapon: Heavy weapons. They are {{BFG}}, but their firepower are barely any better than a blaster rifle or a blaster carbine rifle/carbine and they have the exact same range as them.range. Combine with a bad critical threat range, mediocre attack bonus and low availability, they are not very popular with players. The DLC rectify this by adding the Baragwin Assault Gun and the Baragwin Heavy Repeating Blaster which are the most devastating non-Jedi weapons, providing you can afford them. They are worth 15000 and 19000 credits respectively and that's without Suvam's 20% discount.
5th Dec '16 4:37:02 PM Nevermore2002
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* ScrappyWeapon: Heavy weapons. They are {{BFG}}, but their range and firepower are barely any better than a blaster rifle or a blaster carbine. Combine with a bad critical threat range, mediocre attack bonus and low availability, they are not very popular with players. The DLC rectify this by adding the Baragwin Assault Gun and the Baragwin Heavy Repeating Blaster which make them truly damaging, providing you can afford them. They are worth 15000 and 19000 credits respectively, without Suvam's 20% discount.

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* ScrappyWeapon: Heavy weapons. They are {{BFG}}, but their range and firepower are barely any better than a blaster rifle or a blaster carbine.carbine and have the exact same range as them. Combine with a bad critical threat range, mediocre attack bonus and low availability, they are not very popular with players. The DLC rectify this by adding the Baragwin Assault Gun and the Baragwin Heavy Repeating Blaster which make them truly damaging, are the most devastating non-Jedi weapons, providing you can afford them. They are worth 15000 and 19000 credits respectively, respectively and that's without Suvam's 20% discount.
5th Dec '16 3:32:02 PM Nevermore2002
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* ScrappyWeapon: Heavy weapons. They are {{BFG}}, but their range and firepower are barely any better than a blaster rifle or a blaster carbine. Combine with a bad critical threat range, mediocre attack bonus and low availability, they are not very popular with players. The DLC rectify this by adding the Baragwin Assault Gun and the Baragwin Heavy Repeating Blaster which make them truly damaging, providing you can afford them. They are worth 15000 and 19000 credits respectively, without Suvam's 20% discount.
29th Nov '16 3:28:38 AM MinisterOfSinister
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** Juhani would eventually go on to voice [[VideoGame/MassEffect2 another troubled force-user]] with a tendency to shout "I will destroy you!".

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** Juhani would eventually go on to voice [[VideoGame/MassEffect2 another troubled force-user]] with a tendency to shout "I will destroy you!".you!"


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* RewatchBonus: So, ''so'' much of the game's plot makes a lot more sense after you learn that [[spoiler:you are an amnesiac Sith Lord]].
27th Nov '16 6:56:26 PM Nevermore2002
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** When selling items of certain value or higher, the computer will pester you with a message box asking you to confirm the transaction. Not only there's no way to turn it off, but you can only sell ''one item at a time''. That includes ''stackable items''. Have fun selling those hundred of racing bonds.

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** When selling items of certain value or higher, the computer will pester you with a message box asking you to confirm the transaction. Not only there's no way to turn it off, but you can only sell ''one item at a time''. That includes include ''stackable items''. Have fun selling those hundred of racing bonds.
27th Nov '16 6:45:38 PM Nevermore2002
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** When selling items of certain value or higher, the computer will pester you with a message box asking you to confirm the transaction. Not only there's no way to turn it off, but you can only sell ''one item at the time''. That includes ''stackable items''. Have fun selling those hundred of racing bonds.

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** When selling items of certain value or higher, the computer will pester you with a message box asking you to confirm the transaction. Not only there's no way to turn it off, but you can only sell ''one item at the a time''. That includes ''stackable items''. Have fun selling those hundred of racing bonds.
27th Nov '16 6:44:38 PM Nevermore2002
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* ScrappyMechanic: Whose bright idea was it to make nearly every loot drop completely random, but not the chests or merchants? (See the second game and its almost complete randomization, occasionally giving you some pretty good items from the get-go).

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Whose bright idea was it to make nearly every loot drop completely random, but not the chests or merchants? (See the second game and its almost complete randomization, occasionally giving you some pretty good items from the get-go).get-go).
** When selling items of certain value or higher, the computer will pester you with a message box asking you to confirm the transaction. Not only there's no way to turn it off, but you can only sell ''one item at the time''. That includes ''stackable items''. Have fun selling those hundred of racing bonds.
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