You might want to think twice about power-leveling in Star Wars the Old Republic, as dev claims majority of players still below level 30.
It definitely is. Lvl 50 Jedi Sentinel, went to Ilum and there was only 2-3 people there. Not surprised really, people don't normally play all day everyday. Although, if you're lvl 50, now is a great time to farm PvP warzone commendations due to the lack of tiered levels in PvP. At least, until there are more lvl 50s, or until Bioware implements tiered pvp levels.
I'm jealous that you get to play all day... =/ As for PVP gear, I'm only level 27 but the only real decent gear is for level 40 and i'm already capped with commendations.
Lol I only get it due to being on winter break from college for a month and a half. Waiting there being more lvl 50s so I made a bounty hunter alt, who, at this point, might be my main. Not so sure yet..
I have learned from past mmo epxperiences that getting to max level fast is just plain stupid. Seams I aint the only one taking it slow and enjoying the sigths in a galaxy far far away....
My main's only 29 and I'm taking it pretty slow as well. Just running a flashpoint (Cademinu) over and over again because it's enjoyable and easy to burn through for Light Side points/Social Points.
I just turned level 23, so yeah. I'm taking my time ;)
made level 31 last night - definitely noticing fewer people on the higher level planets - Went back to a few of the earlier planets to do Group and Heroic quest - fun game / enjoying the story
I'm still level 0. Don't have it :(
level 16 here, love the game but I have a life lol
I think it's quite sad that a select few players have powered their way to the endgame and are now complaining that there are very few people there with them to play with. Just exactly what did they expect? Of course there are going to be very few people there since most people have other things to do with their time and/or are taking their time to thoroughly enjoy the game as it was meant to be enjoyed. Rushing a new MMO to get to the end will result in only one thing, disappointment. For those over-zealous few, well they should create and alt and take their time to enjoy the game and give the "normal" player base the chance to get to the end at their own pace.
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