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18th Jan '17 10:07:07 PM jameygamer
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* FinalBoss: In the Dark Side ending, Starkiller fights Vader instead of Palpatine.
14th Jan '17 6:19:27 PM nombretomado
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** The bios and some statements by those involved in LucasArts imply that Vader did genuinely intend to betray the Emperor with Starkiller on his side, but he apparently chickened out at the last moment.

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** The bios and some statements by those involved in LucasArts Creator/LucasArts imply that Vader did genuinely intend to betray the Emperor with Starkiller on his side, but he apparently chickened out at the last moment.
5th Jan '17 12:22:16 PM SorPepita
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* BadBoss: For example, upon arriving at Kashyyyk, he immediately begins to choke the first officer who talks to him. He allows the officer to live, but later, he effortlessly frags said officer and a squad of stormtroopers later in order to save himself the trouble of [[EvilIsPetty telling them not not shoot the young Starkiller.]]

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* BadBoss: For example, upon arriving at Kashyyyk, he immediately begins to choke the first officer who talks to him. He allows the officer to live, but later, he effortlessly frags said officer and a squad of stormtroopers later in order to save himself the trouble of [[EvilIsPetty telling them not not shoot the young Starkiller.]]



* BossBanter: Darth Vader attempts to convince Starkiller that he should fall in line as a clone in their fight from the second game

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* BossBanter: Darth Vader attempts to convince Starkiller that he should fall in line as a clone in their fight from the second gamegame.



* EnemyMine: Starkiller actually tries to invoke this in order to get Darth Vader to join the Rebellion since both sides want the Emperor dead. Darth Vader's reply to the offer is downright ''venomous'', he rejects the notion of seeking their help to realize his plans.

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* EnemyMine: Starkiller actually tries to invoke this in order to get Darth Vader to join the Rebellion since both sides want the Emperor dead. [[SubvertedTrope Darth Vader's reply to the offer is downright ''venomous'', ''venomous'']]; he rejects the notion of seeking their help to realize his plans.



* HoistByHisOwnPetard: In the Wii version of the sequel, he throws one of his cloned mooks at Starkiller, only for him to miss and blow up a power pylon. He then attempts to kill Starkiller by throwing him right into the pylon's energy spike, only Starkiller to evade it and shove him into the pylon. Surprisingly, he survives this.

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* HoistByHisOwnPetard: In the Wii version of the sequel, he throws one of his cloned mooks at Starkiller, only for him to miss and blow up a power pylon. He then attempts to kill Starkiller by throwing him right into the pylon's energy spike, only for Starkiller to evade it and shove him into the pylon. Surprisingly, he survives this.



** [[spoiler:After betraying Starkiller, Starkiller asks about their plan to defeat The Emperor. He replies with this; although its more accurately a half-truth, since Vader just didn't plan to betray the Emperor with Starkiller]].

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** [[spoiler:After betraying Starkiller, Starkiller asks about their plan to defeat The Emperor. He replies with this; this, although its it's more accurately a half-truth, since Vader just didn't plan to betray the Emperor with ''with'' Starkiller]].



* MindOverMatter: Vader can use the Dark side to tear down massive gates on Kashyyyk and send hordes of Wookees flying into the abyss.

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* MindOverMatter: Vader can use the Dark side Side to tear down massive gates on Kashyyyk and send hordes of Wookees flying into the abyss.



%%* PerfectPlayAI

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%%* PerfectPlayAI* PerfectPlayAI: Fights like this.



* TookALevelInJerkass: Despite his actions in the first game, it did somewhat hint that in a twisted way, Vader did care about Galen more than a Sith Lord would ever be allowed to admit (helped by the developers describing Galen as what Luke could have been if Vader had raised him). By the second game, Vader has taken to cloning him, and considers every single clone as expendable as the last if they fail their training.
%%* TurnsRed
* TheUnfettered: Nothing can stop him from having his own apprentice, not even death itself. Also, credits, starships, and Imperial lives are all meaningless to him, he will expend any resources he has to complete a goal.

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* TookALevelInJerkass: Despite his actions in the first game, it did somewhat hint that in a twisted way, way that Vader did care about Galen more than a Sith Lord would ever be allowed to admit (helped by the developers describing Galen as what Luke could have been if Vader had raised him). By the second game, Vader has taken to cloning him, and considers every single clone as expendable as the last if they fail their training.
%%* TurnsRed
* TurnsRed: He does this in his boss fight.
TheUnfettered: Nothing can stop him from having his own apprentice, not even death itself. Also, credits, starships, and Imperial lives are all meaningless to him, him; he will expend any resources he has to complete a goal.



%%* BadBoss: Of course.

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%%* * BadBoss: Of course.He's the friggin' Emperor Palpatine, of course he doesn't do nice.



-->"You are all traitors to the Empire. You will be interrogated, tortured. You ''will'' give me the names of your friends and allies... ({{Beat}}) ...and then you will die."

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-->"You are all traitors to the Empire. You will be interrogated, tortured. You ''will'' give me the names of your friends and allies... ({{Beat}}) ... and then you will die."
5th Jan '17 9:24:21 AM SorPepita
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* OneManArmy: With the full training of Darth Vader, Starkiller has managed to single-handedly tear down General Kota's militia, the Felucian army (twice,) the crew of ''The Empirical'', and the entire defensive force of the Death Star.

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* OneManArmy: With the full training of Darth Vader, Starkiller has managed to single-handedly tear down General Kota's militia, the Felucian army (twice,) (twice), the crew of ''The Empirical'', and the entire defensive force of the Death Star.



* VaderBreath: After being reconstructed as Lord Starkiller and the DLC packs based on this ending. Ironically he got it after killing the [[TropeNamer]].

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* VaderBreath: After being reconstructed as Lord Starkiller and the DLC packs based on this ending. Ironically he got it after killing the [[TropeNamer]].TropeNamer.
5th Jan '17 9:12:42 AM SorPepita
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* ExpectingSomeoneTaller: Inverted, Vader had told Starkiller that Jedi had gone soft from a life of privilege, and as such seeing battle-hardened Jedi Knights such as Rahm Kota and Shaak Ti threw him off.

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* ExpectingSomeoneTaller: Inverted, Inverted; Vader had told Starkiller that Jedi had gone soft from a life of privilege, and as such seeing battle-hardened Jedi Knights such as Rahm Kota and Shaak Ti threw him off.
5th Jan '17 9:07:36 AM SorPepita
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* BloodSplatteredWarrior: Some of his costumes has blood splattered all over him, mostly those he uses during the early game.

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* BloodSplatteredWarrior: Some of his costumes has have blood splattered all over him, mostly those he uses during the early game.
5th Jan '17 9:06:05 AM SorPepita
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* AmbiguousSituation: In the sequel, whether or not he actually is a clone or the original Starkiller somehow brought BackFromTheDead is unclear. Starkiler himself angsts over this for quite some time before concluding that it doesn't matter.

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* AmbiguousSituation: In the sequel, whether or not he actually is a clone or the original Starkiller somehow brought BackFromTheDead is unclear. Starkiler Starkiller himself angsts over this for quite some time before concluding that it doesn't matter.
5th Jan '17 9:05:03 AM SorPepita
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* AwesomenessByAnalysis: He was given no formal lightsaber training by Vader. The reason why he's a MasterSwordsman was that he observed and reverse-engineered Vader and PROXY's moves... while struggling to survive them during his TrainingFromHell

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* AwesomenessByAnalysis: He was given no formal lightsaber training by Vader. The reason why he's a MasterSwordsman was is that he observed and reverse-engineered Vader and PROXY's moves... while struggling to survive them during his TrainingFromHellTrainingFromHell.



* BadPowersGoodPeople: In the sequel he still can use [[ShockAndAwe lightning]] and his use of JediMindTrick borders dangerously close to MindRape, considering that he uses it to make mooks attack each other or even commit suicide. Despite all of this, he has still turned away from the dark side and is dead set against going back.

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* BadPowersGoodPeople: In the sequel he still can use [[ShockAndAwe lightning]] and his use of JediMindTrick borders dangerously close to MindRape, considering that he uses it to make mooks attack each other or even commit suicide. Despite all of this, he has still has turned away from the dark side and is dead set against going back.
5th Jan '17 9:02:47 AM SorPepita
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* TheAce: Starkiller is a virtually unstoppable engine of mass destruction and beats nearly anyone he ends up against. His connection with the Force is so strong he can tear down a Star Destroyer, kill a Sarlacc with lightning, defeat Anakin Skywalker and nearly the entire heroic cast of the ''Star Wars'' films.

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* TheAce: Starkiller is a virtually unstoppable engine of mass destruction and beats nearly anyone he ends up against. His connection with the Force is so strong he can tear down a Star Destroyer, kill a Sarlacc with lightning, and defeat Anakin Skywalker and nearly the entire heroic cast of the ''Star Wars'' films.
31st Dec '16 1:07:18 PM DustSnitch
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Born on an unnamed war-torn planet, General Kota had fought in the trenches since he was 10-years-old. A Jedi commander in the Clone Wars, Kota distrusted the competence of clone soldiers and preferred to rely on his own men as his troop. Because of this, he escaped execution from the infamous Order 66. After years of hiding where he still kept in contact with surviving Jedi, Kota finally surfaces to wrack havoc on the Empire and try to draw out Darth Vader.

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Born on an unnamed war-torn planet, General Kota had fought in the trenches since he was 10-years-old. A Serving as a Jedi commander in the Clone Wars, Kota distrusted the competence of clone soldiers and preferred to rely on his own men as his troop. Because of this, he escaped execution from the infamous Order 66. After years of hiding where he still kept in contact with surviving Jedi, Kota finally surfaces surfaced to wrack wreak havoc on the Empire and try to draw out Darth Vader.Vader, only to encounter Starkiller.
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