Composing the Sith Inquisitor

Posted Fri, Feb 05, 2010 by Martuk

What does it take to make a Sith Inquisitor? The journey to the dark side is a violent and dark journey for players who choose to walk the path of the dark side of the force. This week, Writer Rebecca Harwick takes us down the dark path and explains what it too to create and compose the Sith Inquisitor. The approach BioWare and LucasArts took to design the various Sith classes allows for a more focused style of gameplay with each. The Sith Inquisitor is often referred to as the class of Emperor Palpatine, but Harwick has a deeper explanation.

I could tell you that the Sith Inquisitor is the Emperor Palpatine to the Sith Warrior’s Darth Vader, but that sells it short. The archetype is just inspiration. It’s not the destination, or the road we take to get there, but the guide. The Sith Inquisitor is Raistlin. The Sith Inquisitor is Lucifer. The Sith Inquisitor is Julius Caesar. The Sith Inquisitor is what you make him.

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