Special currency can be earned in the Iokath daily area to purchase consumables which allow you to take control of walkers, stationary turrets, mouse droids, and monitor droids.
Billing issues or account issues can only be solved by calling, they can not be resolved ingame or through email.
You may also use Voice Over Internet Protocol (Vo IP) services like Skype, Viber, or Google Voice, to call Customer Service, regardless of where you are calling from.
With the events of KOTET now concluded, the original struggle between the Sith Empire and Galactic Republic is being brought back into focus, and it’s up to players to choose a side when a superweapon is discovered on the planet.
Both factions seek to control the weapon in order to use it to strike a decisive blow against their enemy and the choice you make here will remain with you throughout the continuing story of Star Wars: The Old Republic.
Additionally when creating a backup, you may want to save your previously stored raiding data (i.e.
statistics from other members) located in separate XML files (one per each combat log) in the directory (see above).
Game Update 5.2: The War for Iokath is the second major update to be released this year for Star Wars: The Old Republic and it’s one of the most significant updates to be released for the game in some time.
The War for Iokath, as you might imagine, is set on the planet Iokath, a dyson sphere which played a critical role in the story of SWTOR expansion Knights of the Eternal Throne.
International calls made using Vo IP are generally far less expensive than calls made from a mobile phone or landline.