A long-time friend of mine (from playing on WoW), said we gotta go here (SWtor), because it's so k00l. And since I was pretty burnt out with W0W, I figured why not. So I rolled up Zul'dakrina, and since your first toon is the one that learns the hard way -figured wtf. So I picked a stealth-type, which I figured might give me an edge. It was a bumpy ride to say the least. However, it was how I learned the game. Oh yeah, my friend stopped playing as I was starting, I believe that is: "so it goes...”
Zul'dakrina eventually became the founder of my legacy (although I had no idea what that meant at the time), and finally cap at level 50. At some point she managed to join a guild and that whole long process of proving yourself would begin all over again. I didn't mind a lot because I was new to this game (even though the dynamics are relatively identical).
In the vanilla days of swtor there were fewer things to do, which lessened the learning curve somewhat, so I began crafting late in the game after I had some cash reserve built up. I realized that by taking Slicing I was missing the gathering component of the crafting, but I just couldn’t pass up all those lock boxes.
by Zulalynn on 2014-09-16 09:24:08