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Dark V = Legacy of Sacrifice or Malevolence?


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Force Origin Story Considerations

  • Force Origin Stories have some special considerations, since there are some restrictions in Combat Style choice that Tech Origin Stories do not share.
  • To a brand new player, or a player who has not unlocked their Dark V/Light V achievements in their Legacy (Legacy of Sacrifice and Legacy of Unity), they are not presented with the option to choose an opposite-aligned Combat Style at character create nor when they unlock their second Combat Style, with one exception:
    • If a player without these unlocks has been playing their character with opposite aligned morality, such as a Jedi Origin Story as a Dark Side character, or a Sith Origin Story as a Light Side character, they will receive the option to swap their current Combat Style to the opposite alignment equivalent upon completing their Act 3 story. In addition, when they are prompted to select their second Combat Style, they will have all Force Combat Styles available to them.

    [*]Force Origin Story players who have already unlocked Light V/Dark V achievements will not see any restrictions, and all Combat Styles are available to them at both character create and when choosing their second Combat Style

 

 

This quote is implying you just need the legacy unlock "Legacy of Sacrifice" which can be purchased for credits or cartel coins. But later in the statement he vaguely refers to the Dark V achievement. Do we need the achievement "Malevolent" from getting to Dark V organically or do we just need the legacy unlock "Legacy of Sacrifice" to unlock the Dark side classes for our Light side characters?

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You need to have gotten to Dark V once on your legacy.

 

Edit:

Actually to clarify. If you have gotten to Dark V once on your legacy you can start a Jedi with darkside powers (or Sith with lightside powers with Light V). To change from darkside powers to lightside powers on an existing character, you need to complete Chapter 3 and be Light V (or Dark V for going from lightside to darkside). If you have already passed Chapter 3 on an existing character, you cannot switch power sets but you can choose the opposite style as you second combat style.

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You need to have gotten to Dark V once on your legacy.

 

Edit:

Actually to clarify. If you have gotten to Dark V once on your legacy you can start a Jedi with darkside powers (or Sith with lightside powers with Light V). To change from darkside powers to lightside powers on an existing character, you need to complete Chapter 3 and be Light V (or Dark V for going from lightside to darkside). If you have already passed Chapter 3 on an existing character, you cannot switch power sets but you can choose the opposite style as you second combat style.

 

You are mostly right except for your last sentance

 

However, to build upon Jackie’s clarification post here, we wanted to give Force Origin Story players some choice when the 7.0 update releases. So all pre-7.0 Force characters that have opposite alignment to their current class will be given the option to swap their primary combat style to the opposite aligned equivalent upon logging in post-7.0.

 

This means if you are a Jedi Knight or Jedi Consular, and have at least 1 Dark Side point away from 0, you will be given this choice. Likewise, if you are a Sith Warrior or Sith Inquisitor, and have at least 1 Light Side point away from 0, you will be given this choice. This will be regardless of any Legacy unlocks or otherwise. Once that character is in the game, and the swap choice has been made or refused, the rules as described above will still apply.

 

Thanks,

-Chris

 

 

so force users upon login will be able to change to their mirror class. To test that it is live on the PTS and does work as explained

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