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Star Wars the Old Republic Sith Inquisitor

Updated on November 17, 2012

Star Wars the Old Republic Sith Inquisitor

Star Wars the Old Republic Sith Inquisitor
Star Wars the Old Republic Sith Inquisitor

Star Wars the Old Republic Sith Inquisitor Abilities

Star Wars the Old Republic Sith Inquisitor is the Sith class most reminiscent of the Sith special powers throughout the star wars galaxy, games and movies.

Star Wars the Old Republic Sith Inquisitor Abilities (Level 1 - Level 10) -

  • Force Lightning
  • Electrocute
  • Mark of Power
  • Overload
  • Recklessness
  • Saber Strike
  • Seethe (self-heal)

The Star Wars Old Republic Sith Inquisitor looks graphically very good to use. However, the question is how effective the sith inquisitor in the actual game, given that he most likely need to adopt a hit and run away and zap enemies tactics. It's a good thing the Sith Inquisitor gets a tank like companion at about levels 7 - 8.

Star Wars the Old Republic Sith Inquisitor Starting Point, Missions and Specializations

Like the Sith Warrior, the Sith Inquisitor starts his life anew as a slave recruited into the ranks of the Sith on the Planet Korriban. The Sith Inquisitor must prove himself worthy by undertaking a mission to obtain the future map for a Sith Lord craving for more power. The "counsel" takes out to be an attack of other sith apprentices on the sith inquisitor, all in the name of proving oneself to be the greatest sith apprentice in the Old Republic era.

The Old Republic Sith Inquisitor is akin to a sorcerer character in a rpg game, being the support character in a party against multiple monsters. If going into a battle head on, the sith inquistor may actually perish fairly rapidly. However, if attacking behind a few tanks, then the sith inquisitor is both pretty to watch and powerful to behold. The Sith Inquisitor can specialize into the Sith Sorceror or the Sith Assassin at level 10, with the Sith Sorceror being the healer, and will be staying behind the tanks, whilst the Sith Assassin has earned the right to advance in front of the tanks as a stealth warrior. Rumours has it the Sith Assassin is likely the most fun to play out of the Sith Specialization Classes.

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