The Sith Empire’s ruthless assault on the Jedi colony on Ossus began with Darth Malora, who created her own breed of mutated Geonosian warriors to use as shock troops for the attack.
But before she created her insectoid army, Malora first had to create their master and originator. Left unguarded and unsupervised, this Mutated Geonosian Queen is now unleashing countless waves of her monstrous spawn to dominate the planet’s surface!
Gather your most skilled and reliable friends to face this deadly challenge, acquire powerful new Masterwork weapons, and more!
New Lair Boss
A Mutated Geonosian Queen stirs beneath the surface of Ossus, giving rise to an endless army of deadly monsters!
The Mutated Geonosian Queen and her brood can be found inside of ‘The Hive of the Mountain Queen’ lair. Group together in teams of 8 or 16 players to tackle this fearsome foe on Story or Veteran difficulties!
Expand your arsenal with new Masterwork Weapons!
Craft Masterwork Weapons using resources gathered on Ossus and from defeating the Ossus Lair Boss. Also acquire Monumental Data Crystals with a new Weekly Quest to either defeat the Lair Boss in Veteran Mode or earn Solo Ranked Arena Points.
PvP Season 10 Rewards
New rewards and token changes will be coming with the end of Season 10.
Ranked tokens are no longer season specific, don’t expire across seasons, and can be used to purchase any available rewards! In addition to Season 10 rewards, new Replica Season 1 rewards will be available at a premium price and are clearly labeled to be distinguishable from their original counterparts. A new vendor called Tullek the Evocii will be appearing next to Giradda the Hutt. Tullek will always be selling the prior seasonal rewards and they will not be taken away.
Here is what you can expect in Mar this year of swtor credits(2019):
A Look Behind the Scenes with Ossus
In December, Game Update 5.10 ‘Jedi Under Siege’ went live, where players can decide the fate of the Jedi hidden away on Ossus. We sat down with Charles Boyd, the Creative Director for Star Wars: The Old Republic, who is responsible for overseeing the game’s design and narrative, to talk about this update.
In Game Update 5.10 ‘Jedi Under Siege’ we saw the return of several characters. How did you decide which of these familiar faces players would see?
Probably the biggest example here is Darth Malgus; I always felt he was a bit shortchanged in the core game’s storyline, given that he’s easily our most iconic and recognizable Sith character. That said, I didn’t want to bring him back until his return would feel like a natural part of the story. Now that we’ve returned to the core conflict of Republic versus Sith Empire that Malgus himself originally kicked off, it seemed like the right time to bring him back into the fold.
Master Gnost-Dural is an interesting case, in that he never actually appeared in the game before this update, but was a major character in our pre-release timeline videos as well as Drew Karpyshyn’s SWTOR novel, Annihilation. It was actually Drew who suggested using Gnost-Dural when I was first outlining the Jedi Under Siege storyline! Given the setting of Ossus and the goal of preserving the Jedi and their teachings for the future, he was just a perfect fit of character and story.
Malora was probably the one character in this update that no one expected to see again, given that her previous role was fairly minor. I needed a Sith who was focused on biology, and ideally someone whose “career” had started around the same time as a Sith player’s so that they would feel more like a contemporary rather than a superior. And I loved that Malora would automatically have a bit of history with players who had completed her mission on Korriban, so she was a perfect fit.
On a similar note, what about the new characters?
With Tau Idair, my goal was to introduce someone who could grow to become an iconic hero in the same vein as Satele Shan, since Satele has moved beyond her role as the Republic counterpart to Malgus at this point. Tau personifies a