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SWTOR Sith Inquisitor Third Companion

Updated on January 2, 2012

SWTOR Sith Inquisitor Third Companion

In SWTOR, the sith inquisitor third companion is Andronikos Revel. The sith inquisitor can get his third companion the pirate Andronikos Revel in Tatooine shortly after landing in Tatooine. The sith inquisitor will be directed to ask the Shipmaster Ka'van Aip at the Tatooine spaceport about Andronikos Revel. The sith inquisitor may want to shock him somewhat to get the correct answers out of Ka'van Aip. The sith inquisitor is then sent to the Siltshift Cantina to speak to Regg. The sith inquisitor may also want to shock him somewhat to get the correct answers from Regg. Finally the sith inquisitor will meet with Andronikos Revel. Before the sith inquisitor can get Andronikos Revel as the third companion, he has to complete a few tasks for Andronikos Revel.

SWTOR Sith Inquisitor Third Companion Abilities

In SWTOR, the sith inquisitor will want to experience playing with Andronikos Revel as soon as possible to test Revel's abilities. The sith inquisitor third companion Andronikos Revel is a ranged specialist. Andronikos Revel has the following abilities at level 24 -

  • Burst - fire a series of bursts of ammunition from Andronikos Revel's dual blasters
  • Low Blow - typical pirate tactic: instead of shooting high and honorably, Revel shoots low, striking the enemy where it hurts, and also stunning weak enemies for a brief period of time
  • Thermal Bomb - an area attack option, where Andronikos Revel throws a thermal bomb hitting three enemies for damage
  • Aimed Blast - a highly focused blaster attack that does huge damage to one opponent
  • Shield Boost - increases defenses for a period of time
  • Blaster Sweep - blasts enemies for damage using dual blasters in a cone area in front of Andronikos Revel
  • Andronikos Revel also has an assault mode for area attack, and a sniper mode for increasing damage

SWTOR Sith Inquisitor Andronikos Revel vs Khem Val

In SWTOR sith inquisitor companions, the sith inquisitor may want to stay with Khem Val as his chief companion, as Andronikos Revel may be harder to incorporate into gameplay when playing as the sith assassin. With Andronikos Revel shooting at range, the sith assassin will have to tank Andronikos Revel, making backstab maul very difficult (but not impossible) to execute. Andronikos Revel does cause more damage than an averagely equipped Khem Val, and is perhaps suited to take on more enemies than Khem Val (who prefers a more one on one style fighting). The sith sorceror may find Andronikos Revel more useful in this context, having the ability to heal himself and Andronikos Revel and also using area effect attacks for group enemy attacks. For the sith assassin, Khem Val is more useful at the mid-20s level because of Khem Val's ability to consume essence which heals both Khem Val and the sith assassin. However, if Andronikos Revel the pirate were to develop some healing abilities as he progresses, then he would be a very promising asset for the sith inquisitor.

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