Are They Really Dead, Jim? (SWTOR)

Something really odd happened today in Star Wars: The Old Republic. I logged onto my Jedi Sentinel, Jai’zhi to continue working on the Tatooine bonus series, so had him fighting in and around a bunch of sandpeople. In the course of pursuing the quests, he killed a bunch of the sandpeople, but even though they were defeated and their names were greyed out, they continued to stand and twitch as if they were still alive. Every sandperson in this picture is dead…supposedly.  Freaky!


Current gaming goals:

  • Sacred (PC): Finish clearing area between Urkenburgh and Porto Vallum for map exploration
  • Sacred (PC) Explore and clear area around Florentina
  • SWTOR (PC): Complete Sabine’s battlemaster armor set (As of today, Sabine is full battlemaster! Yay!)
  • SWTOR (PC): Valor level 50 for Sabine (currently 47)
  • SWTOR (PC): Gain enough ranked comms for war hero weapon (have 3100/need 3475)
  • SWTOR (PC): Complete Tatooine bonus series with Jai‘zhi (Made some progress today)
  • Torchlight (Xbox 360): Get max level of 100/55 with Sabine (Currently 78/55)
4 Responses to Are They Really Dead, Jim? (SWTOR)
  1. Rakuno
    August 1, 2012 | 8:10 am

    They are obviously zombies. The only way to finish them once and for all is shooting them in the head!

    Although I suppose stabbing them in the head with a lightsaber might work too. Or decapitating them. Much more dangerous though. It is just safer to shoot. /nod

  2. zefariath
    August 1, 2012 | 11:28 am

    Rakuno is right, Zombies, got to be, just don’t get too close.

  3. a.girl.IRL (Rebecca)
    August 1, 2012 | 12:17 pm

    So would this zombie infestation mean that the zombie apocalypse is to originate on Tatooine?

    (I just love that article!)

  4. Rakuno
    August 1, 2012 | 1:24 pm

    Of course. It starts where you least expect it to. This way it can grow without any barriers and before anyone notices it, it is too late to stop its progress!

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