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Your Characters Thoughts On Other Classes
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Posts : 972
Join date : 2010-11-09
Age : 37
Location : Virginia, USA
Character Name: Kai-Sun
Class: Jedi Knight
|Subject: Your Characters Thoughts On Other Classes Fri Nov 26, 2010 4:42 am|| |
Late here but I'll edit it with my thoughts tomorrow.
However, what does your characters think about each of the other classes?
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Posts : 365
Join date : 2010-11-08
Character Name: Modos
Class: Jedi Consular
Guild: Force Academy
|Subject: Re: Your Characters Thoughts On Other Classes Fri Nov 26, 2010 5:02 am|| |
Modos does not have any real distrust for classes.
Being a Consular himself he understands the ways of the Jedi so has no issue with Knights, during his time at the Enclave he worked closely with all groups, Jedi of all kind, aswell as a strong military connection that was established there. Learning to understand their ways.
He is pretty laid back, and old so has no real issues with any one class.
He served time with an Organisation called The Galactic Irregularsm and did a lot of scoundrelesqe work there and worked along side a lot of the back alley criminal types so appreciated them and their methods
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Posts : 570
Join date : 2010-11-07
Age : 39
Location : Bristol, England
Character Name: Ty-Odi
Class: Sith Inquisitor
Guild: To Be Confirmed.....
|Subject: Re: Your Characters Thoughts On Other Classes Fri Nov 26, 2010 9:20 am|| |
Ty-Odi is an Inquisitor.
His trust in the Sith Warriors only extends to the battlefield, their lack of deep undersanding of the force their lack of ability to see the path the force laid out for them, had Ty-Odi like all of his creed led to a feeling of complete superiority over these walking harbringers of death, they had their uses, they would die for the Sith cause so that others such as himself could bring the Sith cause to fruition.
His lack of faith in the other classes was less subtle, the Imperial Agents brought in intel, but often they would bring information already ascertained by his own order some weeks before, they had their uses perhaps, and one or two of them had proven competent, but as with Bounty Hunters, a lesser version of the Sith Warriors in his eyes they were always going to be limited by their lack of understanding of the force, they all would kill, they would all aide the cause of the Sith in their own way, but it was it would be a far stonger Sith Empire if they were all as strong as his own creed. When the time came, he had no doubt they would be disposed of once the Sith had control of the Galaxy.
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Posts : 13
Join date : 2010-11-28
Age : 31
Location : North Carolina, USA
Character Name: Kel-Vin
Class: Jedi Consular
|Subject: Re: Your Characters Thoughts On Other Classes Wed Dec 01, 2010 1:26 am|| |
Kel-Vin the Consular,
Kel-Vin believes that all classes other than consular's have a different understanding of the universe around themselves. It's not that Kel believes that his view is the best, but that everyone sees the world in a different light. That being said, although he rarely uses his lightsaber, he believes the art of jedi stances and wisdom is underestimated in this day and age. Most classes don't respect the unbiased decisions that consulars bring to the table and can't even begin to comprehend how a jedi fights, although its viewed as awe-inspiring to see on the field.
He believes that everyone is equal on the battlefield, but that battle corupts the weak minded. Troopers although powerful and brute like, can sometimes allow their moral judgement to escape them in the untamed rage they experience when entering battle, smugglers although crafty on the field will always fight for what's theirs and not others, and Jedi Knights although valiant and true in leadership are all too eager, at times, to use battle (The quickest way out) as a means of diplomacy. Consulars are the only class that brings a true unbiased balance to the force and the universe.
Posts : 71
Join date : 2010-11-08
Age : 37
Location : Athens, Greece
|Subject: Re: Your Characters Thoughts On Other Classes Wed Dec 01, 2010 9:17 am|| |
Has a deep-rooted hatred for all Jedi and Sith, possibly due to envy of the power they possess. He feigns respect toward his Sith superiors but in truth despises and fears them, and is more than happy to eliminate rogue Sith or expose corruption in their midst. He is actually quite adept at hiding his mind from them and resists mind tricks and the like to a substantial degree - indicating possible brutal training to resist torture if captured. He views Bounty Hunters with mistrust and contempt, more as tools to be used rather than people, but maintains good enough relations with them - after all, they are not Sith
If there is one Republic class my Agent gets along with it is Smugglers - after all, they provide him with a number of illegal vices to sate his many worldly needs. He views troopers as simpletons, mindless brutes and easy prey in battle - though they have often routed him in disgrace.
In general, my agent feigns kindness, humility and respect - but is in fact a callous, sadistic, two-faced coward.
-My Smuggler: He doesn't really care about the Sith as he's too busy feeling sorry for himself, and would rather run from a fight as fast as his legs would carry him. He is very suspicious of the Jedi, whom he views as crazy conjurers or manipulative priests, as well as Troopers due to his mistrust of the Military in general - but will go out of his way to help them in need (usually this happens when he is inebriated or trying to impress a particularly attractive female - in other words, when he is not thinking clearly).
-My Jedi Knight: He is generally an amicable, happy-go-lucky, slightly decadent type, but he has a heart of gold and goes out of his way to see the good in people. He treats all Republic classes as well as Bounty Hunters as potential drinking partners, but has a mistrust and hearty dislike of the Sith. He will always give them the benefit of doubt and a warm smile - but he will also have his hand close to his lightsaber and his eyes fixed on them at all times.
-My Sith Warrior is a spoiled narcissistic young aristocrat with an open disdain for everyone below his social level, be it an Agent, Inquisitor, or Jedi. He views Jedi as perfect practice for his fairly impressive dueling skills and will actually grudgingly admit some admiration if defeated in single combat - but he still views anyone of either faction below his own social class as a non-person, and will treat them as such.
I haven't thought about RP stories for the other classes (which I am definitely going to try) so I'll leave it at this for now.
Posts : 866
Join date : 2010-11-10
Age : 36
Location : Frosty Canada
Character Name: Gloriana
Guild: Maybe Serenity
|Subject: Re: Your Characters Thoughts On Other Classes Thu Dec 02, 2010 12:57 am|| |
- Jedi: Not good when you want to make a profit. Tend to attrack troubles.
- Troopers: Meatshield...wait did I say that?
- Smugglers: Competitors...to deal with.
- Imperial Agent: Sneaky people, beware.
- Sith: Control freaks...avoid at all cost.
- Bounty Hunt: I wish they didn't exist. At least, they are fun to deal with.
- Jedi: Children.
- Troopers: Useful.
- Smugglers: Profiters.
- Imperial Agent: Misleading.
- Sith: Fools.
- Bounty Hunt: Mercenaries.
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Posts : 29
Join date : 2010-12-28
Age : 40
Location : USA-Houston, Tx
Character Name: Undecided
Class: Imperial Agent
Guild: Sons of Ziost
|Subject: Re: Your Characters Thoughts On Other Classes Sat Jan 08, 2011 5:30 am|| |
As an Agent, I am wary of everyone. I trust nobody. There is only myself.
I work alone unless the mission calls for it. In that event my partner will be chosen carefully. Chances are I have been watching him for months before the start of the mission. I know more about him than he does. Careful is an understatement.
Posts : 226
Join date : 2010-11-12
Age : 26
Location : Norrköping, Sweden
|Subject: Re: Your Characters Thoughts On Other Classes Sat Jan 08, 2011 7:17 am|| |
Well, I will be playing a Consular in the game, but as a Baran Do Adept, here are my thoughts:
Jedi Knight: Good ally to have, somewhat foolish. Good sense of justice, but show too much restraint.
Jedi Consular: Too quiet, too slow. Talk too much, do too little. Either interesting philosophies, or very bland ones.
Smuggler: Unreliable backstabbers. Useful in a firefight.
Trooper: Regarded as mentally unstable because they're surrounded by and trained for death.
Sith Warrior: Foolish egoistic idiots.
Sith Inquisitor: Ridiculous slaves to a decadent tradition. Better view on the force than most jedis.
Imperial Agent: I would have no idea what that is.
Bounty Hunter: Their work is unprofessional and usually criminal. Not to be trusted with anything.
Posts : 365
Join date : 2010-11-13
Location : Phoenix, AZ
Character Name: Agent Redacted
Class: Imperial Agent
|Subject: Re: Your Characters Thoughts On Other Classes Sat Jan 08, 2011 7:22 am|| |
As an Imperial Agent:
Sith Warriors make great distractions, you just have to motivate them in the right direction without becoming their target.
Sith Inquisitors make for interesting fire support when a mission takes a hand-basket ride south. Some of them even get the general idea of Stealth!
Bounty Hunters... are expensive.
Jedi Knights are tough and hard to surprise. Avoid where possible, disable if not. Avoid direct confrontation by any means available.
Jedi Consulars are softer targets if you can surprise them.
Smugglers are inept. How they live a single day with such negligible planning is the universe's cruel joke on the Empire.
Troopers... thank god the Republic makes them as dumb as they are tough. If they ever learned any real precision or creative tactics they'd be formidable opponents.
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Posts : 7
Join date : 2010-12-20
Age : 46
Location : If there's a bright center to the universe, I'm in the place that it's farthest from
Character Name: Jandor Tarvin
Class: Jedi Knight
Guild: To Be Decided
|Subject: Re: Your Characters Thoughts On Other Classes Thu Jan 13, 2011 9:15 pm|| |
A very interesting idea.
My main character, Jandor Tarvin a Jedi Knight (most likely specialising as a Jedi Guardian). This is his current opinion on classes. This is of course subject to change as he gains experience and progresses through the game.
Trooper: These men and women have earned my respect. With little more than sheer determination and will (and admittedly some serious hardware) they are able to stand against any and all foes. Every bit as important and valuable to the Republic as any Jedi.
Smuggler: Untrustworthy scoundrels for the most part. But every now and then you can find a true diamond in the rough. Should you find one of these rare examples it is in your best interests to keep them on your good side.
Jedi Knight: A diverse bunch. Some can be real sticklers for the rules, others as lackadaisical as they come. I'd sooner have a Trooper watching my back honestly.
Jedi Consular: They can seem pretty cold until you get to know them. Defer to them in matters of Diplomacy, but when negotiations break down, remind them that battle is not their area of expertise.
Bounty Hunter: Dangerous bunch, but since money is all they care about if you throw enough of it at them they may well look the other way.
Imperial Agent: Sly and cunning. More open to reasonable debate than most who work for the Empire.
Sith Warrior: Savage and powerful warriors who cannot be reasoned with. Some Jedi try to appeal to them in order to bring them back from the Dark Side. Sounds like a waste of time and effort to me. Better off killing them.
Sith Inquisitor: Far more dangerous than the Sith Warriors. Do NOT listen to their words. Ever.
Posts : 293
Join date : 2010-11-14
Age : 43
Location : Pittsburgh, PA
Class: Jedi Consular
Guild: Looking for
|Subject: Re: Your Characters Thoughts On Other Classes Sat Jan 15, 2011 10:21 pm|| |
My Sage main opinions of the classes.
Consulars- Consulars are worthy contemporaries.
Knights- Knights are also worthy contemporaries, the only possible deficiency is their emphasis on lightsaber combat over the greater knowledge of the Force.
Smugglers- They can range from good pilots free from the red-tape of the Senate and the Council to shameless profiteers.
Troopers- They can range from solid trustworthy compatriots to mindless bloody warriors that easily become the tools of politicians.
Bounty Hunters- A combination of the worst qualities smugglers and troopers- shameless bloody profiteers, usually failed soldiers.
Imperial Agents- Those who cause disccord and corruption in the Republic. A most dangerous foe because they won't allow themselves to be met head-on.
Warriors- Twisted bloody force users, need to be brought back to the light if possible.
Inquisitors- Even more dangerous than Warriors due to their greator knowledge of the Force, but is anyone without the possibility of redemption.
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Join date : 2011-03-09
Character Name: Palopit
Guild: Might start guild with freinds from WoW, Don't know Yet
|Subject: Re: Your Characters Thoughts On Other Classes Sun Mar 13, 2011 8:33 pm|| |
My Smuggler Palopit's thoughts on each class:
All Jedi and Sith are practically the same in his eyes. The only difference being the Sith always seem to be trying to kill him, however, it seems that anytime hes stuck on a ship with a Jedi he's getting preached to after just about every decision he makes so its pretty much tied on who he likes more. But since the Jedi don't try to kill him and have paid him for work in the past to smuggle supplies and even sometimes Jedi themselves he's become more aligned with them. He has made a few friends amongst the Jedi, especially among the Jedi Knights who seem to more battle hardened then the Jedi Counselors who will talk your ear off on the balance we must all strive for in the force.
When it comes to troopers he has no problems. Many of his friends joined the ranks of the republic army in order to get off the Nar Shada, while he choose to work for the hutts. Not quite as respectable but the hutts aren't too picky on how you act while as the army was too much of a controlling entity for him to deal with for very long. None the less, this doesn't stop him from having immense respect for those who go head long into the battle field in order to keep those core world safe, and keeping his patrons alive and able to keep giving him jobs and payment. He has been contracted by the Republic from time to time to smuggle a small team of troopers right into the heart of enemy territory. He's always surprised at how calm before entering what's sure to be a death trap.
Bounty Hunters are a different story. One would think he would sympathize with a bounty hunter over a republic trooper, but he saw bounty hunters as the heartless mercenaries looking only to make their money no matter the cost to anyone else. Sure, hes had to make some questionable decisions, but for a bounty hunter the thought of keeping something humane doesn't even cross their mind. Palopit has been captured 3 times by 3 different bounty hunters, and each time he received pretty much the same treatment. Luckily for him those who have managed to capture him so far where not the brightest bounty hunters of the lot, and he easily escaped with a little help from his crew. But he still brought along a few scarring memories and weeks of recovering in a bacta tank. Furthermore, the bounty hunters seem to side with the Sith because of the Republic's ethical constraints when it comes to how they wish to get the job done. Even hiring him as a smuggler makes many of the republic senators and politicians and try to hire him under the table since if the news where to get out that it could mean the end of a political career in some cases. However, this doesn't mean he hasn't done a job for a hutt or other crime boss that involved him transporting a bounty hunter or a bounty hunters bounty in some cases, doesn't mean he liked it though.
Imperial agents are perhaps the scariest thing for smugglers. Little is known about them, and they prefer to work in the shadows unlike the blunt tactics of the bounty hunter or other law enforcement. He has only come across an imperial agent one time, and it was one of the few times he thought he wouldn't survive an encounter. He had been hired by an unknown client through a hutt who was a budding crime lord on Nar Shada. The job was simple, to meat with a person carrying important information and goods and smuggle them and the goods to Tython into a remote part of the planet. All was going well, he picked up the person, showed them their room they'd be staying in the ship and then helped his crew get the last of the supplies into the cargo hold of the ship. The person they picked up stayed in their room the whole trip, but he thought nothing of it. It wasn't until they where only 3 hours away from getting to Tython and dropping the person off did they hear a scream coming from the guest room. He ran their with a few of his crew members and they saw the ships mechanic dead in the middle of the guest room. It turns out he accidentally over heard a conversation between the person and someone else over the com about what the person was to do when they got to Tython. Before they had time to react they where shot at by a blaster coming from behind them, the imperial agent had managed to kill 2 more of his crew members leaving just him and his one other severely wounded to kill the imperial agent. They landed on Tython and sought shelter within the Jedi temple there for a few days until they recovered enough to make the trip back to Nar Shada. After that he's always edgy about bringing people on board his ship, but he has to make a living, so he just hopes the next time he'll be prepared should he come across another agent.
As for other smugglers he has no problems. They don't pose much competition for him since he works through the hutts which means he'll often work with another smuggler in order to transport massive amounts of goods that don't fit on just one ship. Furthermore, since he gets more of his jobs through the hutts he doesn't have to worry as much about not having another job. As long as he shows up to meet his contacts at the right time, puts the goods in his ship hell make more then enough money for him and his crew to survive and relax from time to time between jobs.
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Your Characters Thoughts On Other Classes