- Trying (and failing!) to bluff your way through the Sith code the first time you meet Darth Baras.
Sith Warrior: Well, let's see. There's the light side, the dark side and stuff in the middle.
- Early in the story, before leaving Korriban, you're confronted by the daughter of Overseer Tremel who, as far as she knows, you killed.
Eskella: My father was a staunch traditionalist and he was especially hard on me. But he's my blood. Did you think you could kill him and get away with it?
Sith Warrior: Uh, refresh my memory. I kill many people's fathers.
- During one of Vette's own missions, you are searching for her sister on Nar Shaddaa. There you meet a Twi'lek dancer and the Sith Warrior can answer this when she questions if Vette is searching for work:
Sith Warrior: I would look fantastic in your outfit! Am I hired?
- If you do the quest during Chapter 3, the line changes to reflect the Warrior's current status.
Sith Warrior: Men come here for the exotic. Have you considered having a Sith Lord on staff?
- Even better, the twi'lek actually considers it, before Vette steers the conversation back on track (and Vette's general air of having dealt with the Warrior's brand of crazy entirely too long is worthy of mention in and of itself).
- During a 3-way confrontation between you and 2 groups of bandits trying to make off with a man frozen in carbonite, you can end the confrontation peacefully in an unexpected way:
Sith Warrior: I'M GOING TO KILL YOU AND EAT YOU ALL RAW!
One of the bandits: Do you really mean to eat us if you kill us?
Sith Warrior: Sure! Don't you eat what you kill?
- Based on her initial affection loss and how she jumps slightly when you first make this announcement, even Vette was fooled.
- Afterwards, you can tell the imperials transporting the man that you you weren't joking.
- Or you can slyly convince both sides into attacking the other, leading to a massive gunfight breaking out, the Imperial Troops taking the opportunity to quietly sneak the cargo to Darth Baras... while the Sith Warrior smugly watches the fight from the sidelines.
- While on Dromund Kaas, Darth Baras attempts to extract information out of a captured agent. His frustration is rather palpable.
RAAAAAAGH! I cannot break him! Warrior:
Is there some problem here? Darth Baras:
Who would ask such a stupid question?! Clearly
, there's a problem here!
I feel your anger, master. Darth Baras:
A blind, deaf, comatose lobotomy patient could feel my anger!
Warrior: Nice lungs you got there.
Darth Baras: Mind your tongue, or I will cut it out!
Vette: Okay, I'm officially scared.
- On Balmorra, if the Warrior is female, Quinn will comment that he's excited by the destruction she's going to cause.
Fem!Warrior: So, I excite you, do I?
Fem!Warrior: Oh, just admit it. You like me.
- Twice in the storyline Baras is talking about the Emperor and you can respond with lines such as "Tell the Emperor I said hi" and "Yeah, the Emperor, my kind of guy". Baras' reactions (including the closest the game gets to an outright facepalm) to both lines are priceless.
- The first time Vette appears, you walk into the Korriban Academy's prison just as the jailer's trying to intimidate her.
Jailer: One more chirp from you, little bird, and you'll regret it.
Vette: [cheerfully] Chirp, chirp chirp?
[He activates her shock collar, she convulses, and when he turns off the juice...]
Vette: Ow! Jerk. If you don't like that, just say so. I can do other animals too. Dire cat, frog-dog, Kowakian monkey-lizard, you name it.
- Not a Sith Warrior mission, but a dialogue option Warriors get in Kaas City:
I demand justice! Warrior: Why are you yelling at me? Weng Wrightsyn:
(speaking quickly and in a quiet tone) I apologize for raising my voice, my lord.
- When you reach Hoth, the reactions from Quinn and Vette are to immediately express their dread of the cold and their hopes to avoid going down with you.
- In pursuing Quinn's questline, you eventually speak (well, listen to) the now quite senile Moff Broysc. One wonders how Quinn keeps a straight face through the whole tirade.
Moff Broysc: It was you, Sith, wasn't it? You dared to liberate the Admiral! Have you lost your mind!?
Quinn: He calls me Admiral Malcontent. He seems to think that's my actual rank and name.
Moff Broysc: Don't you know he's the one who lost the Battle of Talay?
Quinn: Broysc's earliest command. Before I was born.
Quinn: Ancient history. Broysc wasn't even born.
Moff Broysc: He sabotaged the Glory Space Station for crying out loud!
- During the final mission of Taris, making some of the "wrong" choices for crew assignments is good for a laugh. If you bring Vette along and have her try to talk down the Republic troops:
: Me? I'm supposed to somehow find out which are the conscripted men? All right, here goes nothing. [she steps forward] Vette
: All conscripts of the Republic get to... uh... be spared. So... show of hands?
[long, awkward pause
- nobody responds, and the troops continue pointing their weapons in your general direction] Vette
: Sorry, I tried.
- The voice acting throughout the whole thing really sells it.
- The conversation with Ensign Durmat on Balmorra. Several of the dialog options during it are pure gold mainly because Durmat is A) stupid and B) scared to death of you.
Durmat: Okay, I ain't proud. My dad is an Imperial agent.
Jailer Zixx: What did you say? Your dad is a what?
Jailer Zixx: Who are you? How did you get in here?!
Durmat: It's—it's not a who, it's a what... a S... Si... Sith....
Warrior (looking closely at Durmat): He's going to need a new pair of pants.
Warrior: You must think I'm an idiot.
Durmat: Okay, you're an idiot! I'll think whatever you want!
- In the first conversation with Vette after taking her collar off the Warrior can give a pretty sarcastic over-the-top response to Vette's So What Do We Do Now? question that throws her for a loop:
Vette: Well, I'm not in prison or collared, and it's sort of miserable weather, so I guess we should...uh, what happens now?
Sith Warrior: You and me, working together. Taking down the galaxy. What do you think?
Vette: What? Er, well, of course...me and my buddy the Sith. Nobody's going to pick on me at school!
- On arriving at Drommund Kaas, you can kill Baras' messenger, for no real reason other than:
Vette: You sure started the Dromund Kaas death toll early.
Warrior: It was a long shuttle ride...
Vette: You were going through withdrawal. I get it.
- When Darth Baras berates you for poking your nose into other people's business one response is this:
Darth Baras: You need to keep your nose out of Darth business!
Warrior: I'm about to stick my lightsaber in a Darth.
- During your first (well, actually second) holo conversation with Nomen Karr you can have this little exchange:
Nomen Karr: I shall honor Hirosho and his men's lives by dedicating myself to thwarting you and your master.
Warrior: I'm sure they feel better about dying now.
- Eventually you and Lt. Pierce call one of his former squadmates stationed on Hoth on the holo about attacking the Bastion on Corellia. Pierce naturally asks his buddy how's life treating him:
Pierce's comrade: They have me thawing rations and chipping ice off blaster barrels.
Warrior: On Korriban we used certain officers for target practice.
Pierce's comrade (now visibly nervous): Actually Hoth can be very beautiful, the way the light hits the ice crystals at certain angles....
- Upon encountering your opposite-alignment reflection on Tatooine, the first thing you can say to it is:
Warrior: I knew I was good-looking, but this is ridiculous.
- During the Nar Shaddaa bonus series, you'll have to infiltrate the Republic and Czerka's labs.
Vette: I've always liked science. It would've been my favorite subject in school. If, you know, someone had let me go to school.