History Headscratchers / KnightsOftheOldRepublic

1st Feb '16 7:11:28 AM Wolf101
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** It's a bit WMG, but my theory is that you were stuck on Davik's estate longer than shown. Long enough for Davik to get the background check done, have it intercepted and read by Calo, but not reach Davik's hands.
31st Jan '16 5:14:23 AM CockroachCharlie
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*** Pretty much this. Using the old Magic VS Technology thing, Mandalorians are effectively the equivalent of Sith or Jedi, just on the technological end of the scale.
31st Jan '16 4:38:43 AM CockroachCharlie
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**** I also consider that the original Darths (IRL I mean, not in canon), were both named similarly to Bandon. Darth (In)Sidious, and Darth (In)Vader. So I personally think that Darth (A)Bandon is more in tune with the originals than most.
18th Sep '15 3:30:28 PM 134340Goat
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** Sounds a bit convoluted. In-universe, droids are treated like furniture, really, despite the fact that we the consumers see them in the same light as organic meatba- I mean, living characters. * How did Calo find out that the PC is Revan? It's made quite clear when Karath tells Malak that Calo has "something interesting" to say, that's when Malak is informed that Revan survived and was reprogrammed, but how did a random bounty hunter who encountered the PC all of once or twice somehow manage to figure out they're not only the presumed-dead Sith Lord, but Revan with a personality makeover?
13th Aug '15 7:23:06 AM ErikModi
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** The Revan novel is essentially KotoR 3, wrapping up the loose ends from KotoR 1 and 2 (where did Revan and the Exile go), and leads into SWTOR. The development of SWTOR started right around the time Star Wars: Galaxies was ''really'' going downhill, and LucasArts yanked Sony's license shortly thereafter and gave it to Bioware. It may have been a case of ExecutiveMeddling: "Make us an MMO because the old Star Wars MMO is tanking, and we want to keep that market open."
12th Aug '15 7:45:41 PM ErikModi
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** Jedi are ''not'' "Masters of everything." Kreia basically says point-blank in KotR2 that their only real skill is using the Force, without it they're pretty much helpless. Now, yes, you're playing a pretty well-rounded Jedi in these games, but that's not every Jedi, and even your main character can't have all skills to cover all situations. Rather the point of an RPG party. A small, well-rounded strike force is the best compromise between OneRiotOneRanger and sending in the entire army. Sure, a lot of them weren't necessarily loyal to the Republic, but that works out, too. Anyone noticing this group may assume it's just a RagtagBunchOfMisfits, not a top-secret Republic strike force.
16th Jul '15 7:19:59 AM Wolf101
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** I'm pretty sure that the Endar Spire was there to battle the Sith fleet directly. Bastila was there to use her Battle Meditation, and you were there because you shared a Force Bond that the Jedi wanted to exploit. From the opening crawl: --> In the skies above the Outer Rim world of Taris, a Jedi battle fleet engages the forces of Darth Malak in a desperate effort to halt the Sith's galactic domination…
3rd Jun '15 5:09:05 PM nombretomado
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*** Funny how Palpatine's deformity had nothing to do with the Darkside and was a result of his fight with Mace. Anakin, Maul, and Dooku looked normfal as well (aside from their eyes).
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*** Funny how Palpatine's deformity had nothing to do with the Darkside and was a result of his fight with Mace. Anakin, Maul, and Dooku looked normfal normal as well (aside from their eyes).

*** Anakin was thus affected in ''Revenge of the Sith''. And personally, I feel a little let down with a game like JadeEmpire, where your character isn't physically warped by the force of his/her own evil
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*** Anakin was thus affected in ''Revenge of the Sith''. And personally, I feel a little let down with a game like JadeEmpire, ''VideoGame/JadeEmpire'', where your character isn't physically warped by the force of his/her own evil
27th Apr '15 9:25:41 PM Hanz
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** He most likely didn't ''always'' wear a mask. But, all his charisma aside, Canon!Revan (as of TheOldRepublic) doesn't look that remarkable apart from his tattoos - odds are good that he simply changed his style and he gave people an uncanny "that guy resembles someone I can't quite pin down"-feeling at most.
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** He most likely didn't ''always'' wear a mask. But, all his charisma aside, Canon!Revan (as of TheOldRepublic) Videogame/StarWarsTheOldRepublic) doesn't look that remarkable apart from his tattoos - odds are good that he simply changed his style and he gave people an uncanny "that guy resembles someone I can't quite pin down"-feeling at most.

** Or he got a [[StarWarsTheOldRepublic glimpse of the future]] and figured that dying quickly of a bombing was a better deal than a slow, prolonged, agonizing death from disease, rakghouls, pollution, and radiation. NoGoodDeedGoesUnpunished.
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** Or he got a [[StarWarsTheOldRepublic [[Videogame/StarWarsTheOldRepublic glimpse of the future]] and figured that dying quickly of a bombing was a better deal than a slow, prolonged, agonizing death from disease, rakghouls, pollution, and radiation. NoGoodDeedGoesUnpunished.
27th Apr '15 9:24:55 PM Hanz
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*** This has been answered by TheOldRepublic MMO. The outcasts did reach the Promised Land, and it was wonderful...for five minutes, before the planetary bombardment irreparably damaged it. The outcasts struggled on regardless, and ended up dying out about a dozen generations later from radiation sickness and rakghoul attacks. There are some traces of them left in the form of holocommunications, but all that indicates is that they eventually lost even basic technology and knowledge. They really had no chance thanks to Malak's spurious decision to destroy Taris. [[DownerEnding Isn't learning fun?!]]
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*** This has been answered by TheOldRepublic Videogame/StarWarsTheOldRepublic MMO. The outcasts did reach the Promised Land, and it was wonderful...for five minutes, before the planetary bombardment irreparably damaged it. The outcasts struggled on regardless, and ended up dying out about a dozen generations later from radiation sickness and rakghoul attacks. There are some traces of them left in the form of holocommunications, but all that indicates is that they eventually lost even basic technology and knowledge. They really had no chance thanks to Malak's spurious decision to destroy Taris. [[DownerEnding Isn't learning fun?!]]
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