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Wampa Stompa: Sith Inquisitor progression video

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As the release of Star Wars: The Old Republic gets closer and closer, I find myself becoming more and more excited. Two weeks ago we saw a video featuring the Jedi Consular, the Galactic Republic's heavy Force user, and this week we get to see the Sith Empire's counterpart.

In a new video on the website, we can see the Sith Inquisitor's advanced classes in action. The double-bladed lightsaber belongs to the Sith Assassin who can choose to be sneaky and cloak or focus more on Force buffs and debuffs. The Sith Sorcerer seems more Force-based, using it either for big buffs and debuffs or pure damage. I'm loving how many possible skill trees are available to the player, regardless of what their starting class is!

As the early access for those who pre-ordered gets closer, I find myself constantly debating about which class I want to sink some serious time into first. This is a very good thing.

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