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post #706 of 5393
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Originally Posted by gopanthersgo1 View Post

Is that a huge bottle of lotion?!? O.o

 

That's not audio lube

 

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Is it a vinyl restorer? tongue.gif
post #708 of 5393
Is it a vinyl restorer? tongue.gif
post #709 of 5393
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Originally Posted by bowei006 View Post

Nope.

 

I have a doggie too.

 

 

your dog looks like hes going to molest the treats.

post #710 of 5393

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Originally Posted by gopanthersgo1 View Post

Maybe because it's a giant bottle of lotion on you bedside table... Seems suspicious. tongue.gif
post #711 of 5393

Man, there's nothing more satisfying on SWTOR than undercutting people in the Galactic Marketplace. Logged in today to see all my stuff had sold, netting me a cool 90k. biggrin.gif

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Originally Posted by Kukuk View Post

Man, there's nothing more satisfying on SWTOR than undercutting people in the Galactic Marketplace. Logged in today to see all my stuff had sold, netting me a cool 90k. biggrin.gif

 

I don't recall credits doing anything useful in the game, they're only for repair bills and consumables. Making gold in GW2 was immensely enjoyable, as the currency actually had worth, and it was difficult to farm.

 

When I was playing SWTOR, healing people in the battlegrounds was pretty satisfying, there weren't many healers around at launch, and the few that were around, were terrible.

post #713 of 5393

It's for buying stuff in the market, of course. Also, sending your companions off to harvest crafting resources cost money.

post #714 of 5393
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Originally Posted by deadlylover View Post

 

I don't recall credits doing anything useful in the game, they're only for repair bills and consumables. Making gold in GW2 was immensely enjoyable, as the currency actually had worth, and it was difficult to farm.

 

When I was playing SWTOR, healing people in the battlegrounds was pretty satisfying, there weren't many healers around at launch, and the few that were around, were terrible.

 

Some of the best looking armour costs 100-250k a piece, other than that there isn't much point to credits. I mostly just spend money on crew skills.

post #715 of 5393
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Originally Posted by gopanthersgo1 View Post

Maybe because it's a giant bottle of lotion on you bedside table... Seems suspicious. tongue.gif

Obviously for all that IEM testing. I don't know what you guys are insinuating.

post #716 of 5393
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by gopanthersgo1 View Post

Maybe because it's a giant bottle of lotion on you bedside table... Seems suspicious. tongue.gif

Wow, everyone is going hard about the lotion.

 

It's literally because I am dry. I barely use it.

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Originally Posted by WhiteCrow View Post

your dog looks like hes going to molest the treats.

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post #717 of 5393
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Originally Posted by bowei006 View Post

Wow, everyone is going hard about the lotion.

 

It's literally because I am dry. I barely use it.

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Yah, I have lotion near my bed as well. Dry skin problems. I do try and move it out of shot for photos.

post #718 of 5393
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Originally Posted by Tangster View Post

Yah, I have lotion near my bed as well. Dry skin problems. I do try and move it out of shot for photos.

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post #719 of 5393
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Nice game. It took only 2 hours to get to max level though. But hey, its fun.

post #720 of 5393

Wow nice graphics...cant wait until the release date the 22nd in europewink.gif

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