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Canaan Sadow 12-22-2011 03:05 AM

Sith Inquisitor Quest (spoilers possible)
 
I think this goes here, but I'm not sure. :S

Okay, so I got my ship from Lord Zash... or well if you've progressed far enough, you'll know that her name changes :P ... anyway, so like I went to gather an artifact from Tulak Hord on the first planet, Balmorra I think is it's name... and I'd check but they're knocking the servers offline, and I finished up the Inquisitor quest line there, at least up until the final quest. Now there's this huge Mutated Calaroid (sp?) Broodmaster. It is the exact level as me and I'm not gonna lie, it's kicking my ass due to the adds that it spawns like three times during the fight. Has anyone gotten past this fight without getting up to 20 for Chain Lightning?

(Yes, I am a Sith Sorcerer)

Ztalker 01-20-2012 09:55 AM

I'm a 50 Inquisitor now..

If there's one thing I've learned from playing as an Inquisitor, is that it requires you to absolutely use and know all the skills the class has. Electrocute, Jolt and other interrupts are your friend. Use them.

Also, the choice of companion is pretty important.
Since you're a sorcerer, you'll need a melee-tank like Khem.
However, for boss fights, I went with the Healer companion. You don't have him yet, though. But as a sorcerer, you can heal yourself and your companion too, despite not having the right talents.

Lastly, in your preferences, you can click 'allow other players in my story area.'
This means others can help you, although the area is supposed to be restricted to you. This is a great help for the hard Inquisitor quest. And believe me, they will become much, much harder.

Taak Farst 01-20-2012 11:57 AM

I am a level 50 Sith Assassin and what Ztalker said is totally right. I went with Khem Val until I got Talos Drellik and things became much easier. Combined with interrupts effiency, damage, Talos' healing and common sense, things are a lot easier.

Sylthar 12-19-2012 07:44 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Ztalker (Post 2802003)
I'm a 50 Inquisitor now..

If there's one thing I've learned from playing as an Inquisitor, is that it requires you to absolutely use and know all the skills the class has. Electrocute, Jolt and other interrupts are your friend. Use them.

Also, the choice of companion is pretty important.
Since you're a sorcerer, you'll need a melee-tank like Khem.
However, for boss fights, I went with the Healer companion. You don't have him yet, though. But as a sorcerer, you can heal yourself and your companion too, despite not having the right talents.

Lastly, in your preferences, you can click 'allow other players in my story area.'
This means others can help you, although the area is supposed to be restricted to you. This is a great help for the hard Inquisitor quest. And believe me, they will become much, much harder.

Not entirely true. If he's a healer sorcerer the Boss fights will last... 2-4 hours long if he uses a healer companion. Against the final boss, I used Xalek as my sorcerer was a healer. He went down easily, even though I was only level 48. (:

Aye, you can obtain help, but honestly the first time around if you don't solo them, I kinda feel like it's cheating. That's just me. I prefer to solo what is soloable haha


:edit: Oops. I didn't realize this thread was so old. I thought someone had just recently posted on this thread. My mistake for being mobile haha


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