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Here Are the October Events for Star Wars: The Old Republic

Three total, plus rewards

Poorna Shankar Posted:
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Star Wars The Old Republic have a bunch of events scheduled for October with all sorts of rewards for you to win.

The first of these events is called Relics of the Gree and runs from October 6 through October 13. You’ll have to be at least level 50 to participate. You’ll be tasked with checking out Ilum’s contested area and figure out what exactly is the purpose of the Gray Secant. To start, check out the in-game news terminal on Carrick Station, or Valken Spacedock. Rewards you can earn include:

  • Reputation with the Gree Enclave
  • Gree Digitization Cube
  • White, Red, and Blue Scalene Armor
  • Gray Helix Weapons
  • L1-L Defender, L1-L Scout, and Miniature Gray Secant Mini-pets
  • Cyan Sphere, Blue Sphere and Red Sphere Vehicles

The second event is the Feast of Prosperity running from October 20 through November 10. You’ll have to be at least level 20 for this one. A banquet is being thrown and will feature a new story mission each week to progress the overall story. Featured rewards include:

  • Feast Attire and Feast Preparation Hat
  • Feast Ingredient Transport Mount
  • Hairless Mudhorn and Earthen Thurrb Mini-pets
  • Feel the Groove and Toast emotes
  • Overstuffed Backpack and Food Launcher Toys
  • Various Feast-inspired Stronghold Decorations

Finally, Rakghoul Resurgence returns on Tatooine and will run from October 20 through October 27. You’ll need to be at least level 25. You guys know the deal with Rakghoul Resurgence at this point. Rewards for this event include:

  • Reputation with THORN
  • Merciless Seeker’s Armor Set
  • THORN Epicenter and Dark Vector Armor Sets
  • Outbreak Response Weapons
  • Alliance Contact - Doctor Lokin
  • Infected Varactyl and Infected Dewback Mounts
  • Ferocious Rakghoul Mini-pets


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Poorna Shankar

A highly opinionated avid PC gamer, Poorna blindly panics with his friends in various multiplayer games, much to the detriment of his team. Constantly questioning industry practices and a passion for technological progress drive his love for the video game industry. He pulls no punches and tells it like he sees it. He runs a podcast, Gaming The Industry, with fellow writer, Joseph Bradford, discussing industry practices and their effects on consumers.