Jul 15, 2011

Posted by in Die Hard: The Bounty Hunter, News | 4 Comments

Bounty Hunter Ultimate Walkthrough Video

Don’t look now, but a brand new Star Wars: The Old Republic video cast has burst onto the scene and is beginning to make some waves. It’s understandable that you may have missed it, but there’s no better time than now to start tuning in!

SW:TOR FTW is a regular video cast produced by FTW Broadcasting, that I have to say is quite informative and entertaining. I’ve been following for several weeks, and while their Jedi Knight Ultimate Walkthrough first caught my eye, their latest episode blows the doors off (literally) of anything else out there!

The epic 35+ minute Bounty Hunter Ultimate Walkthrough video covers the Bounty Hunter class from top to bottom, including armor, weapons, Advanced Classes, video and more. Get some popcorn and buckle in:

I’ve been talking with the host of the show, Awall, and he’s been telling me about some amazing things they have planned for the future. You can count on AAJ to begin working very closely with FTW!

Needless to say, if you are a fan of TOR, you’ll wanna check this out! And don’t forget to subscribe to the FTW channel while you’re there to be alerted of the latest episodes as soon as they are available!

  1. Thank you so much for the featuring my work! If anyone has an feedback, or constructive criticism or suggestions for content moving forward… let me know. I think Bounty Hunter will be my primary now… Sith Inquisitor Alt. Ask A Jedi FTW!

    • Mormonator says:

      Even though it’s not a big deal, (and I’m speculating just like you) I’m guessing Kolto overload is a healing ability. In Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic, Kolto was a liquid found in the waters of Manaan that was known for it’s power to heal.

      Either way, sweet video. A lot of cool information. Keep it up!

  2. This guy rocks. Nice find.

  3. Dileptor says:

    That guy does a great job!

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