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6-10-2011 @ 1:47AM
@literaltruthI could probably answer most of your questions about SWTOR myself simply by making a quick trip either to the SWTOR website or the forums.advantages SWTOR has over WoW:- Story (where i ACTUALLLY care about the things I'm doing and the people I'm talking to)-Game mechanics that encourage group content (have you tried grouping up to do quests? it's still easier to go it alone)-Tanks being viable in PvP-better designed pvp maps (their control point map is SOOOOO much better designed than AB it's not even funny)-actually being able to level a tank or a healer-more forgiving on player death (this is a big issue, the reason there's such a stigma within the community about wipes is that the penalty for death is a little too steep)-very little grinding (most quests have bonus objectives that involve killing x number of y, but it's not required)-Player dialog, and choices as well as Multiplayer dialog-Dynamic combat: lightsabers clash, will actively deflect blaster bolts, when you parry an attack you ACTUALLY parry it, same with dodging.-rewards players for exploring through holocrons, which give incremental stat bonuses to those who explore the environment.those are just a few i can think of :D
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