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  1. #101
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    Don't think this is possible but in case it is.

    Is it possible to transfer one character to another account? I opened up another account a while ago as i figured i lost access to my original account all the way back as it was tied to an older no longer in use email address.

    Since i manage to get access to that again i wonder if i can move characters around?
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    I'm fairly certain that's not something you can do. Particularly because it would make it too easy for sites that sell characters to transfer those characters to a buyer's account. Though I'm hesitant to believe anyone is buying SWTOR characters
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    Quote Originally Posted by Spaceboytg View Post
    I'm fairly certain that's not something you can do. Particularly because it would make it too easy for sites that sell characters to transfer those characters to a buyer's account. Though I'm hesitant to believe anyone is buying SWTOR characters
    That's a shame but i kind of expected that to be the case yes, i am more attached to the old account as it has more characters on it and while my original is only level 50 and just starting the Hutt story line where as the other is a 56 trooper, guess i will abandon the old.

    But i had to ask i know some games allow it from a distant memory. To be honest it will take a long time before i finish everything up on the sith inquisitor.
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    Don't bother to even try it, game pretty much dead, content released yearly you can wait new raid for 2 years and still not get it, management is trash, it is not f2p, you must pay to do the high end stuff, game engine is the worst engine ever made in any game, if you have wow lags this game will bring fps below 10-15 in PVP, like latest patch bring new flashpoint aka dungeon, and you know what it took them a year to do that. from tons of servers with multiple instances (layers) only like 2 for each language left on EU, and with about 200-300 players only on fleet at prime time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Amaterasus View Post
    Don't bother to even try it, game pretty much dead, content released yearly you can wait new raid for 2 years and still not get it, management is trash, it is not f2p, you must pay to do the high end stuff, game engine is the worst engine ever made in any game, if you have wow lags this game will bring fps below 10-15 in PVP, like latest patch bring new flashpoint aka dungeon, and you know what it took them a year to do that. from tons of servers with multiple instances (layers) only like 2 for each language left on EU, and with about 200-300 players only on fleet at prime time.
    A real shame. Game had so much potential. But yeah this is what I noticed last time I was playing. I mean how many raids are there in the game? Two? Three?

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    like true new ones are 2 and it took them 4 years to do that, 1 raid was even releasing 1 boss each 2-3 months

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    Quote Originally Posted by Amaterasus View Post
    Don't bother to even try it, game pretty much dead, content released yearly you can wait new raid for 2 years and still not get it, management is trash, it is not f2p, you must pay to do the high end stuff, game engine is the worst engine ever made in any game, if you have wow lags this game will bring fps below 10-15 in PVP, like latest patch bring new flashpoint aka dungeon, and you know what it took them a year to do that. from tons of servers with multiple instances (layers) only like 2 for each language left on EU, and with about 200-300 players only on fleet at prime time.
    I am not new to this game, i am well aware of it's limitations as i used to run in a bigger PvP guild and the lagfest was rather real but my modern then old system now held up pretty well back in the day so with a GPU upgrade i am sure i will be fine playing in a casual matter.

    Not looking to really raid either as i don't have time for that to be honest, any raid i participate in would be very laid back on the weekends. So their release window on that doesn't bother or effect me one bit.

    Mainly looking to do the newer content considering i only played the base game, i am also subbing because i see no reason to play it F2P with all its limitations. I only have one active MMO running at the time.

    In short i am treating SWTOR more as an single player online game with social features, i am not expecting the same level of team content as other mmo's offer.
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    SWTOR is not a raid-centric game. Really, no MMO is other than WoW. And if you come into SWTOR expecting "WoW in space" you're going to be sorely disappointed. If raiding is your thing, then this is definitely not your game. There are Ops, of course, but they're not a huge focus. Most of the gameplay is in Flashpoints, PvP, and World content. Oh, and story. SWTOR is heavy on story and does it excellently most of the time. And it uses its huge game world full of planets to the most advantage, nothing is ever truly irrelevant or out-of-date thanks to sensible scaling and Conquest, which drives you towards lots of content.

    I've been having a blast in SWTOR lately and would likely keep playing except I kind of want to get away from MMOs for a while and play some single-player RPGs I've been neglecting. Based on what you've said, Acidbaron, I imagine you'll have a good time in SWTOR. Oh, and I highly recommend while subscribed acquiring unlocks for the inevitable time you go Preferred so that it's still very playable without a sub. I'm at a point where not subbing only means I can only access 1 million credits at a time and would not get Galactic Season rewards on the subscriber track.
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    Learned that there are single player (story) flashpoints now and sadly also learned that the combat support droid is rather buggy.

    Mine died and i couldn't resummon it through the item as my instance wasn't seen as a story mode instance.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spaceboytg View Post
    SWTOR is not a raid-centric game. Really, no MMO is other than WoW. And if you come into SWTOR expecting "WoW in space" you're going to be sorely disappointed. If raiding is your thing, then this is definitely not your game. There are Ops, of course, but they're not a huge focus. Most of the gameplay is in Flashpoints, PvP, and World content. Oh, and story. SWTOR is heavy on story and does it excellently most of the time. And it uses its huge game world full of planets to the most advantage, nothing is ever truly irrelevant or out-of-date thanks to sensible scaling and Conquest, which drives you towards lots of content.

    I've been having a blast in SWTOR lately and would likely keep playing except I kind of want to get away from MMOs for a while and play some single-player RPGs I've been neglecting. Based on what you've said, Acidbaron, I imagine you'll have a good time in SWTOR. Oh, and I highly recommend while subscribed acquiring unlocks for the inevitable time you go Preferred so that it's still very playable without a sub. I'm at a point where not subbing only means I can only access 1 million credits at a time and would not get Galactic Season rewards on the subscriber track.
    I am really taking it easy and playing it casually, games like these their F2P model really is for the largest part an extended trial so why not pay the small monthly fee.
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    I wouldn't mind if SWTOR got reduced effectively to KOTOR III with multiplayer elements. Bioware could always write great single player RPG stories.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fayenoor View Post
    I wouldn't mind if SWTOR got reduced effectively to KOTOR III with multiplayer elements. Bioware could always write great single player RPG stories.
    That's basically what the vanilla content is. Jedi Knight story is as close to KOTOR 3 as we're ever going to get.

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    Also wouldn't be surprised if SWTOR saw a surge in popularity with the success of Mandalorian. The BH story in vanilla was pretty decent.
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