Star Wars The Old Republic – Jedi Sentinel – Part 18 – Hoth(walkthrough)(No commentary)

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Star Wars The Old Republic – Jedi Sentinel – Part 18 – Hoth(walkthrough)(No commentary)

This video is a game walkthrough of Jedi Knight Sentinel Mission on Hoth.

Hoth

Upon arriving at Hoth, the Jedi Knight is contacted by another Jedi named Leeha Narezz who informs the Knight that on Hoth, there is a vessel in the ship graveyard which holds the technical readouts for the Emperor’s fortress.

The Knight is contacted again by Leeha and she tells him to rescue a Republic squad, who is lead by a Sergeant Rusk, and he apparently has vital information needed to locate the vessal.

The Jedi Knight arrives in time to save Rusk and his remaining squad member, and received the survey maps of the starship graveyard.

The Jedi Knight returns to base where he delivers the maps to Leeha, accompanied by Meedees, droids Leeha is training to someday become Force-wielders.

They find the location of the vessel, and they head to it, with Rusk and his new squad as back-up.

After facing Imperial troops, they find out the White Maw pirates stole the ship’s databanks. They make it to the dreadnaught, which stands between pirates and Imperial forces.

The Jedi Knight attacks one group, while Rusk’s team attacks the other group. They retrieve the data and Sergeant Rusk is assigned by his superior to work with the Jedi Knight as a new teammate.

Jedi Sentinel

The Jedi Sentinel is one of two advanced class of the Jedi Knight; the other is the Jedi Guardian.

Species: Togruta
Class: Jedi Knight
Advanced Class: Sentinel
Role: Melee Burst Damage
Weapon: Dual Wielding LightSaber

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