Transmission 54

Posted by Suzina On 10/3/10 5 comments

You can find it on iTunes, or you can direct download it from the toolbar to the right. This week we talk about advanced classes and their different specialization trees.


Topics Discussed:

-----------NEWS
-- Path of the Jedi
-- Star Wars coming to theaters in 3D
-- Kotor Revisited: a new ongoing feature on the blog
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--------- MAIN ATTRACTION
-- Advanced classes in general and spec "trees"
-- Scoundrel / Scrapper
-- Scoundrel / Sawbone
-- Gunslinger / Sharpshooter
-- Gunslinger / Dirty Fighting
-- Weapons and equipment specific to certain advanced classes
-- Advanced class at level 10 or whenever you visit your trainer?
-- How long until the Wizard advanced class gets a name change?

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----- SPECULATION STATION
-- What do we imagine the different specialization trees for each class will be? We take a couple minutes to guess at what each class will have for spec trees based on what we know so far.
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----- BOWDAAR BANTER
-- Suzina's Top 5 confirmed Bowdaar facts
-- Kalvod's cantina tale of Bowdaar
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----- LISTENER COMMENTS
-- Do we expect mounts?
-- Do we expect PvEvP?
-- Why is there so little crafting info?
-- Womp Rat in a Pear Tree?
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Duration - 2 hours 30 minutes

5 comments:

Fabian said...

Re: Sawbones

Sawbones is old slang for a physician, esp. a surgeon. It's where Leonard McCoy on Star Trek got his nickname "Bones".

Kalvod Ku'arad said...

Thanks for that bit, didn't know. The real visual i had was going back towards the early 20th century around the 1st two World Wars. Medicine was much more rudimentary and primal. A lot of times, limbs were lost to prevent further infection.

Star Wars in general tends to draw many of it's references back from historic elements. Which is very neat seeing the connections!

MrWarlock said...

The decade we are in, is fondly called the naughty's, just a heads up lol.

Suzina said...

Cool, I had not heard the sawbones term before. Knowing it actually comes from a real nick-name makes me feel better about it.

With the naughties though, I thought "naughties" referred to the previous decade because it had more 0's (naughts)?

MrWarlock said...

Suzina it is true that the naughty did arrive from 2000, but unless they change to the 10th's 11th's ext they will keep it that way till 2013 and then it should change, to like you said the teens.

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