SWTOR Sith Warrior Companions Guide
If you think of what Darth Vader would have been-aggressive, wearing heavy armor ect, that is what you get with a Sith Warrior.
Below you will find the ultimate SWTOR Sith Warrior Companions Guide, including their statistics and what they like and dislike. As a Sith Warrior, you will have the choice at level 10 to pick your advanced class, becoming either a Marauder or a Juggernaut. Regardless of which option you choose, your companions will always be the same. I decided to create this SWTOR Sith Warrior Companion Guide to aid you in your travels, and teach you about what your companions like, dislike, and their respective statistics.
You can click on the companion’s names below to be taken to a full guide on each companion which includes a list of gifts and much more info on each Sith Warrior companion.
Vette is a female Twilek who you will recruit to your crew at around level 7, after complerting your story (class) quests on Korriban (the started planet for a Sith Warrior). You will find Vette in imperial custody, where you free her to work as your accomplice briefly, until she decides to permanently join you. She specializes in being a ranged dps, and uses a blaster pistol to shoot from a distance. She will prefer conversations options which involve talk of money, and rebellion. Vette is romance-able if you play as a male Sith Warrior.
2V-R8 is the droid you will acquire when you receive your ship. Your ship can be obtained from around level 17, but really it will depend on when you complete your class quests on Dromund Kaas. Really, 2V-R8 is rather pathetic, as he only has one conversation cut scene in the entire game, where he gives you a tour of the ship. He also is not designed for combat, meaning that he will be more or less useless for you. He can, however, be used as a weak healer in combat, or can punch with his fists, and you still get the options to upgrade his armor with better parts. The only thing i find the ship droids are useful for is crew skill missions, though he doesn’t actually have any proficiencies in any crew skill choice. You cannot romance him either, or gain affection with him, but if you listen to what he says to you, you can see he is already 100% devoted to you!
Quinn will be your second companion as a Sith Warrior, and will join your crew at around level 27. You will first see him whilst doing some quests on Balmorra, and if you play as a female character, you will have the opportunity to flirt with him during them. He is a funny character to try and romance though, as he tends to blush, go shy, and somewhat avoid your romantic advances. Malavai Quinn’s main role is a healer, though he can be switched to DPS role too.
Jaesa Willsaam is a human who specializes as a melee DPS. She will be the third companion you receive whilst embarking on this story line, and you should receive her at around level 32, after completing your class quests on Hutta. When Jaesa becomes part of your crew, you will be close to unlocking your “Legacy” title (if you haven’t done so already). This will be available to players in March, but you are able to start levelling it up now. If you play as a male Sith Warrior, and gain enough affection with her, you will be allowed to pursue a romantic relationship with Jaesa.
Whilst most who don’t possess the force join the military, Pierce did so not out of a sense of duty, but because he longed for a piece of the action. He will become part of your crew as your fourth companion by the end of Taris at around level 35. Ranged Tanks prefer to attack from a distance, which is exactly what you can expect with Pierce. He is human, and male, and prefers conversations involving personal gain, hurting the republic, danger, and laughing at authority. Lieutenant Pierce is another companion character who will be available to romance if playing as a female character.
Broonmark is a sweet looking Talz, who you can recruit on the planet Hoth. He will be the fifth and final companion of a Sith Warrior, and should join your crew at around level 41. He specializes in being a melee Tank, meaning his preferred choice of weapon is a Vibrosword. Secondarily he likes to use a Shield Generator. Some Sith Warriors who choose to play down the Tanking route will realise that Broonmark is not the ideal choice of companion. Instead, I would recommend Malavai Quinn for his abilities to heal.
I hope you enjoyed reading my SWTOR Sith Warrior Companion Guide, and that it served as some use, or aid to helping you understand your companions better. If you’d like to know more, see the advanced guides, which are more in-depth, allowing you to find out which gifts they prefer, statistics, armor proficiency and favorite conversation options.
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