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  1. I still play Guild Wars on a regular basis, though I'm much more PvE based than PvP. Currently have three three ascended characters, with a fourth on his way. They are: Lvl 20 Ranger/x, Lvl 20 Monk/x, lvl 20 Warrior/Necro, and then the lvl 16 Necro/Mesmer. My main is the Ranger, who I've decked out with FoW armor. :) I think I'm doing well.

     

    Anyways,

    I'm about having fits here. I'm a level 5 Elementalist/Ranger,

    and I can't find the collectors for all my armor. Where is

    Karleen?

     

    Also, where can you hunt Grawl Shamans? Those things

    are kind of rare. :(

     

    Thanks,

    Tysyacha Dvukhsotny

    Yep, Karleen the collector has been moved in the recent patch. She's now near the Catacombs exit to Green Hills County. Get there from Barradin's Estate. The majority of Grawl Shamans are also located in Green Hills County too. Good hunting. ;)

  2. Having played a few rounds of Galactic Conquest, I was just wondering what bonuses others tend to use? :)

     

    Energy Boost (200 credits)

    Causes your units' energy gauge to replenish faster after being depleted.

     

    Supplies (200 credits)

    Increses the amount of ammunition and other supllies your units can carry.

     

    Garrison (200 credits)

    Adds extra troops to your reinforcement bank if it drops too low.

     

    Autoturrets (400 credits)

    Automatically reinforces your command posts with defense grid turrets.

     

    Bacta Tanks (400 credits)

    Causes the health of all your units to automatically regenerate at a constant rate.

     

    Combat Shielding (400 credits)

    Gives your units an extra reserve of health upon entering the battlefield.

     

    Sabotage (600 credits)

    Causes all enemy vehicles to suffer damage upon spawning in.

     

    Enhanced Blasters (600 credits)

    Ampifies the damage of all blaster-type weaons for your team.

     

    Leader (800 credits)

    Activates your faction's playable hero for planetary battles.

     

     

    The three most common ones I use are Leader, Autoturrets, and Sabotage. Sabotage on the vehicle heavy battles, and a toss-up between the other two depending on how the level. Still, I voted for Leader because it's just so fun to dominate the battlefield. :) The ONLY downside is that you're not likely to get any medals that way.

     

    The one I hate to see the enemy use is the Autoturrets. It's why I've started using them myself. :xp: The battles are significantly more difficult because your troops get owned so easily by these turrets, at least in my experience.

     

    The other bonuses are good and all, and better than not having a bonus, but the first three I mentioned are the ones always in my reserve.

  3. Having played a few rounds of Galactic Conquest, I was just wondering what bonuses others tend to use? :)

     

    Energy Boost (200 credits)

    Causes your units' energy gauge to replenish faster after being depleted.

     

    Supplies (200 credits)

    Increses the amount of ammunition and other supllies your units can carry.

     

    Garrison (200 credits)

    Adds extra troops to your reinforcement bank if it drops too low.

     

    Autoturrets (400 credits)

    Automatically reinforces your command posts with defense grid turrets.

     

    Bacta Tanks (400 credits)

    Causes the health of all your units to automatically regenerate at a constant rate.

     

    Combat Shielding (400 credits)

    Gives your units an extra reserve of health upon entering the battlefield.

     

    Sabotage (600 credits)

    Causes all enemy vehicles to suffer damage upon spawning in.

     

    Enhanced Blasters (600 credits)

    Ampifies the damage of all blaster-type weaons for your team.

     

    Leader (800 credits)

    Activates your faction's playable hero for planetary battles.

     

     

    The three most common ones I use are Leader, Autoturrets, and Sabotage. Sabotage on the vehicle heavy battles, and a toss-up between the other two depending on how the level. Still, I voted for Leader because it's just so fun to dominate the battlefield. :) The ONLY downside is that you're not likely to get any medals that way.

     

    The one I hate to see the enemy use is the Autoturrets. It's why I've started using them myself. :xp: The battles are significantly more difficult because your troops get owned so easily by these turrets, at least in my experience.

     

    The other bonuses are good and all, and better than not having a bonus, but the first three I mentioned are the ones always in my reserve.

  4. I had a difficult time on this level. Took a few tries. First I had trouble with defending that little area for 2 minutes(enemies seem to bum rush you at the same time). Then there was planting the bomb... Needless to say you'd have to do it alone since your allies get killed quickly. The way I did was to use a tank and kill all the other tanks in the area, getting ground troops when necessary, hop out to plant the bomb, then get back in to defend. If your tank gets low on health at any time, boost back to the beginning to get another tank. Then it should be smooth sailing as you get those rebel scum. :)

     

    Surprisingly, the next level was easy.

     

    Vader owns there. =P

     

  5. 100% eye candy you say? Damn straight. Obviously people have different tastes.

     

    When you're a crazy fan, you become wickedly biased :)

    mtfbwya

    :smash: Well then, that definitely applies to me. It's not often that you get to see an old favorite get an update... especailly in the form of a CGI movie. :o

     

    The plot. Pretty straightforward, really. And understandable why others wouldn't favor it. But it's the contents that go along with it that make the whole movie shine.

  6. I loved this movie. I'm not sure exactly what Insane Sith is smoking.

     

    The fights, the characters, the music, the graphics, the nostalgia, everything was great. T'was certaily better than Spirits Within. This coming from a FF fan.

     

    I easily give this movie a 10/10 :thmbup1:

  7. New name. :o Just another way to spell Rex, really. I saw this name spelling from the upcoming FFXII game, and I liked it. I liked it so much that it just happens to be the first name of my main character in Guild Wars. :)

     

    And I hope this name change will signal my return to the forums too. :wavey:

  8. Hey I have the Xbox version of KoTOR and TSL. But unfortunately I miss out on those cool mods for the PC. :(

     

    For the reason of the lack of topics here, I don't think there's anything more to talk about regarding Xbox TSL. After all, it was released way back in December of last year. However, on the subject of the Xbox 360, Oblivion is high on my "must-have" list. =)

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