(Now in Jasper’s own words:)
This weekend I started a sith inquisitor. I called him Klaw.
The sith inquisitor can be a sith assassin or a sith sorcerer.
My guy will be a sith assassin.
Sith assassins can go stealth and can do damage up to 10 meters.
The sith sorcerer can attack up to 30 meters. The assassin is really good at PvP but the short range makes it harder, but worth it for the stealth. My favourite attack is force lightning, it’s on button four.
The first companion of the sith inquisitor is AWESOME. That’s why I chose the sith inquisitor.
When I was six, I couldn’t do the sith inquisitor or sith warrior because it was too evil. My dad didn’t let me.
If you have a child about six or less years old, don’t let them play sith inquisitor or sith warrior, but the sniper and bounty hunter are OK.
The sith assassin has a saberstaff, and the sorcerer has one lightsaber.
I’ve tried PvP on my level 15 smuggler. It is really hard and competitive, but you can fight all kinds of different people but you don’t bring in your companions.
We just watched this preview ad for the movie. I’ll take him next weekend.
The movie is really good. You should come and see it. It’ll be better than the ad, though. I also liked that I saw Darth Maul because I absolutely love Darth Maul. I love his double light-saber and his mean looks. I love that he has a double light saber, if someone is fighting him from the back, he can like jzoo jzoo (action: stabbing backwards with the light-saber).
I love that he can fight two people at once. Because he has a double light-saber so he can hit one person then another person.
Poor Qui-gon Jinn didn’t kill anyone, just lots of droids. But when he was killing the droids he was awesome.
The only problem about this video is that you didn’t get to see lots of the smuggler and I really do like the smuggler. That’s the only bad thing about it. There’s also lots of good things, I’ll tell you one of them. Well, I saw Vette walking with Darth Malgus in the door of the temple. The other bad thing is there were no Snipers around the place, and I kind of like snipers too.
Jasper couldn’t remember the name of the temple, and I noticed Vette first then we spoke about it.
Is Darth Malgus level 50? Can you fight him?
I don’t know actually, but yes he’d be L50.
That’s enough dad!
I’m not really sure who will win. But, I might go for the Jedi Knight. I like the Jedi can do force leap, but when the Jedi knight is hitting back the bullets, and bounty hunter can shoot and go backwards, but then the Jedi can do a force leap and do PSHHW PSHHW. The bounty hunter has a barrier so he can go bam bam bam bam, bam bam.
I’ve got a Jedi Knight, he’s got button 4 which does a super attack that can take out four people at once. He jumps up in the air then he goes wham and most people are dead.
I liked the flesh raiders. I loved killing them. The weird thing is they have a gun and a sword, when you go up close.
My favourite on the good side is the Smuggler. If they are a gunslinger they can go boom boom boom boom boom boom and most people will be dead.
My favourite bad guy is the Imperial Agent. They can go stealth, get their rifle out and snipe them.
I didn’t know the flesh raiders had swords. I just checked some footage on youtube, and he was right. Good memory. I’d been questioning Jasper about that.
I often explain to Jasper how I used to tank, but now am a healer in SWTOR. He understands how the healers help the tank, and the damage dealers kill the boss, and so on. Talking about it today, we decided to set it up with Lego.
“If the tank and healers dies, um, the damage dealer will end up dying, because he doesn’t have the armour, he’s the one that whacks fast, doof doof doof doof. The tank’s job is to keep the bad guy from attacking the damage dealer, because the damage dealer if he gets hit a few times he’s dead. Tanks can take a lot of whacks but they can’t do as hard a whack as the damage dealers.”