History Characters / TheForceUnleashed

25th May '16 6:44:22 PM nombretomado
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As the details for ''VideoGame/TheForceUnleashed'' differ for each form of media it is presented in, this guide mostly uses the novel and the PS3 versions. However, some characters exclusive to other consoles are considered canon, and will be described. A lot of this information is AllThereInTheManual or according to WordOfGod.

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As the details for ''VideoGame/TheForceUnleashed'' differ for each form of media it is presented in, this guide mostly uses the novel and the PS3 [=PS3=] versions. However, some characters exclusive to other consoles are considered canon, and will be described. A lot of this information is AllThereInTheManual or according to WordOfGod.



* MasterSwordsman: You can only lightsaber duel him in the Wii version, though. In the Xbox 360/PS3 versions, his combat style is essentially...

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* MasterSwordsman: You can only lightsaber duel him in the Wii version, though. In the Xbox 360/PS3 360/[=PS3=] versions, his combat style is essentially...
23rd May '16 8:29:05 AM Peridonyx
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* InvincibleVillain: In both games. In the original, he's mostly successful in his plan to [[spoiler:lure the soon-to-be Rebels out of hiding -- only failing to kill them right then and there -- not to mention his [[spoiler:MadeOfIron against Starkiller's SuicideAttack in the Light Side ending and CurbStompBattle against him in the Dark Side ending, respectively]]. And in the sequel's post-Dark-Side-ending DLC, [[spoiler:Palpatine just {{Electric Torture}}s Vader to death (or at least into paralysis) before he can even draw his lightsaber.]]

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* InvincibleVillain: In both games. In the original, he's mostly successful in his plan to [[spoiler:lure the soon-to-be Rebels out of hiding -- only failing to kill them right then and there there]] -- not to mention his [[spoiler:MadeOfIron against Starkiller's SuicideAttack in the Light Side ending and CurbStompBattle against him in the Dark Side ending, respectively]]. And in the sequel's post-Dark-Side-ending DLC, [[spoiler:Palpatine just {{Electric Torture}}s Vader to death (or at least into paralysis) before he can even draw his lightsaber.]]
23rd May '16 8:26:59 AM Peridonyx
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* InvincibleVillain: In both games. In the original, he's mostly successful in his plan to [[spoiler:lure the soon-to-be Rebels out of hiding -- only failing to kill them right then and there -- not to mention his [[spoiler:MadeOfIron against Starkiller's SuicideAttack in the Light Side ending and CurbStompBattle against him in the Dark Side ending, respectively]]. And in the sequel's post-Dark-Side-ending DLC, [[spoiler:Palpatine just {{Electric Torture}}s Vader to death (or at least into paralysis) before he can even draw his lightsaber.]]
20th Apr '16 4:04:22 PM ultimomant
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--> Voiced by: Matt Sloan

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--> Voiced by: Matt Sloan
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* AxCrazy: Cuts down Wookies as casually as one would use a windshield wiper on a rainy day

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* AxCrazy: Cuts down Wookies as casually as one would use a windshield wiper on a rainy dayday.
2nd Apr '16 4:03:27 AM Turtler
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*** He does, however, effortlessly frag said officer and a squad of stormtroopers later in order to save himself the trouble of [[EvilIsPetty telling them not not shoot the young Marek.]]


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* HeroAntagonist: A faithful, humanitarian Jedi Knight. Which is precisely why Vader wants her dead.


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* HeroAntagonist: Of the first game's prologue; he's a light aligned ex-Jedi Knight and father, so naturally Vader needs him dead.


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* FallenHero: Not villainous, but cowardly and tragic. He fled the holocaust while his brethren were murdered (though to be fair most surviving Jedi did) and by the end the guilt drove him into the abyss. But he did not fall to the Dark Side.


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* HeroAntagonist: A darker, more tragic take given his fearfulness and guilt. But he did not fall to the Dark Side even at the end of his sanity.
7th Mar '16 7:59:27 PM AgentSkyblueM7
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* HeroicSacrifice: [[spoiler: After his primary programing was fried, PROXY took it upon himself to distract Darth Vader long enough for Galen to get away with his life after being betrayed by the Sith Lord. He is eventually rebuilt in the sequel.]]

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* HeroicSacrifice: [[spoiler: After his primary programing was fried, PROXY took it upon himself to distract Darth Vader long enough for Galen to get away with his life after being betrayed by the Sith Lord. He is eventually rebuilt (on the way to Kashyyyk in the comic) and reappears in the sequel.]]
12th Jan '16 2:52:45 AM LahmacunKebab
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* MasterSwordsman
* MindOverMatter

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* MasterSwordsman
MasterSwordsman: With his lightsaber.
* MindOverMatterMindOverMatter: From his Dark Side powers.



-->"The scent of your fear is...intoxicating."

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-->"The scent of your fear is... intoxicating."
9th Jan '16 4:02:06 PM LahmacunKebab
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* TheQuietOne: He only has two lines of dialogue in the second game.



* TheQuietOne: He only has two lines of dialogue in the second game.

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* TheQuietOne: He only has two lines of dialogue in the second game.
9th Jan '16 3:09:18 PM LahmacunKebab
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* LoveMakesYouEvil: He doesn't give a damn about anything except Juno, and when she's captured he considers immersing himself in the Dark Side to get her back, However, he realizes that such a decision would proved disastrous, and tries to limit his use of Dark Side techniques afterwards.

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* LoveMakesYouEvil: He doesn't give a damn about anything except Juno, and when she's captured he considers immersing himself in the Dark Side to get her back, However, he realizes that such a decision would have proved disastrous, and tries to limit his use of Dark Side techniques afterwards.
9th Jan '16 3:06:26 PM LahmacunKebab
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* BadPowersGoodPeople: Like the original, he mixes Dark Side and Light Side force abilities. In the second novel, he's dead set against using the DarkSide to help him if only because he knows if he does he'll become Vader's slave again. He still uses Force Lightning, though.



* BadPowersGoodPeople: Like the original, he mixes Dark Side and Light Side force abilities. In the second novel, he's dead set against using the DarkSide to help him if only because he knows if he does he'll become Vader's slave again. He still uses Force Lightning, though.
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