Patch 2.4 SWTOR

SWTOR: Strike Force Tauntaun new mount from Oricon Dread Fortress

SWTOR players who have completed The Dread Fortress operation (on any difficulty) can expect a new mount called Strike Force Tauntaun. This mount is an armored tauntaun that requires Legend reputation with the Oricon reputation.

The Strike Force Tauntaun mount is a reward from mission [OPS] Descent into the Dark Fortress, which is unlocked when you completed the Oricon quest line.




By Dulfy

MMO guide writer and blogger. Currently playing and covering SWTOR, GW2, and TSW.

32 replies on “SWTOR: Strike Force Tauntaun new mount from Oricon Dread Fortress”

Quick question about the relics, since they’re an unusual quest reward. Are they BoP or another bind setting like legacy? Once you run it twice you won’t really need any of them… Thanks for your quick updates as usual!

Is Serendipitous Assault one of the options? Cause having that available at the Arkanian level without having to get super lucky or spend a million credits would be the bee’s knees.

That’s odd that it requires legend. I’m sure lots of people will have it sitting in their inventory for a long time after they earn it.

According to the weekly mission, the recommended gear is Level 66s for SM and 72s for HM for both Dread Fortress and Dread Palace.

That looks cool. I might have to try and focus on that rep, if I do not get bored doing it. 🙂

I wonder…
Any idea where the other two versions of this mount will be implemented?
Or is this a fourth version from the three shown in the Gamescon Cantina Tour Thumb Drive that came out of Germany?

I like em ;D

The other 2 variants would probably be obtainable through HM or Nim mode..dang, would love the Black Version..but with my schedule, might be difficult to get it from Nim.. 🙁

Awesome as always Dulfy! More Power! 😀

Looks very nice but do you need rise of the huth cartel to acsess the planet oricon and the other things

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