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Most effective lightsabre dual-wielder at low levels?

It's been implied that my current Jedi character in SWSE might die/be handed in by the party, whilst the GM plays him as an NPC. In that eventuality I'd like to bring out another Jedi but focus on dual-wieldiigwielding. LookingHowever looking at the dual-wielding feats, this approach looks horribly ineffective. My character will be level 5 when I bring them in, restricting them to just the first DW feat, with a massive -5 penalty. The second in the feat tree requires BAB=6, and thus is off-limits for level 5 . 

Is thisusing feats the only way to approach the problemthis build, or is there another avenue I can take?

Most effective lightsabre dual-wielder?

It's been implied that my current Jedi character in SWSE might die/be handed in by the party, whilst the GM plays him as an NPC. In that eventuality I'd like to bring out another Jedi but focus on dual-wieldiig. Looking at the dual-wielding feats, this approach looks horribly ineffective. Is this the only way to approach the problem, or is there another avenue I can take?

Most effective lightsabre dual-wielder at low levels?

It's been implied that my current Jedi character in SWSE might die/be handed in by the party, whilst the GM plays him as an NPC. In that eventuality I'd like to bring out another Jedi but focus on dual-wielding. However looking at the dual-wielding feats, this approach looks horribly ineffective. My character will be level 5 when I bring them in, restricting them to just the first DW feat, with a massive -5 penalty. The second in the feat tree requires BAB=6, and thus is off-limits for level 5 . 

Is using feats the only way to approach this build, or is there another avenue I can take?

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It's been implied that my current Jedi character in SWSE might die/be handed in by the party, whilst the GM plays him as an NPC. In that eventuality idI'd like to bring out another Jedi but focus on dual-wieldiig. Looking at the dual-wieldiigwielding feats, this approach looks horribly in effectiveineffective. isIs this the only way to approach the problem, or is there another avenue I can take?

It's been implied that my current Jedi character in SWSE might die/be handed in by the party, whilst the GM plays him as an NPC. In that eventuality id like to bring out another Jedi but focus on dual-wieldiig. Looking at the dual-wieldiig feats, this approach looks horribly in effective. is this the only way to approach the problem, or is there another avenue I can take?

It's been implied that my current Jedi character in SWSE might die/be handed in by the party, whilst the GM plays him as an NPC. In that eventuality I'd like to bring out another Jedi but focus on dual-wieldiig. Looking at the dual-wielding feats, this approach looks horribly ineffective. Is this the only way to approach the problem, or is there another avenue I can take?

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Most effective lightsabre dual-wielder?

It's been implied that my current Jedi character in SWSE might die/be handed in by the party, whilst the GM plays him as an NPC. In that eventuality id like to bring out another Jedi but focus on dual-wieldiig. Looking at the dual-wieldiig feats, this approach looks horribly in effective. is this the only way to approach the problem, or is there another avenue I can take?