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Burrie
07-15-2004, 07:35 PM
http://lucasarts.com/games/swkotor_sithlords/images/sion_thumb.jpg

Darth Sion

A twisted wreck, Darth Sion is a Sith Lord held together only by sheer force of will. Every bone in his body has been shattered and rebuilt, turning his skeleton and his flesh into a patchwork mass of bruises and scraping bone. He is in constant pain, and only his hatred and the power of the Dark Side keeps him alive.

... eep.

Here's a link to the character page. (http://lucasarts.com/games/swkotor_sithlords/characters.html) Click on his picture on that page to get a full-shot of him.

FiEND_138
07-15-2004, 09:33 PM
SWWEEEETTTT

I've been waiting for this all day.
Thanx for the link :thumbsup:

RedHawke
07-15-2004, 11:33 PM
Thanks for the Heads up Burrie! :D

He is pretty much a physical wreck, I guess it will give him some additional character.

Com Raven
07-16-2004, 02:38 PM
You call him a wreck? I guess you have never seen Eets...

Just joking, this guy sure looks nasty :)

0rlo
07-16-2004, 11:34 PM
nice, sion is an okay name too. unlike general grievous or whatever.

Mav
07-17-2004, 01:10 AM
I wonder if the guy disassembles after you defeat him??:confused: :confused: :confused:

illuzion69
07-17-2004, 05:14 AM
Darth Sion is what I've always imagined a sith lord should be like.
I wonder if the guy disassembles after you defeat him??
lol:D That's a good one mav.

FiEND_138
07-17-2004, 07:14 PM
Originally posted by Burrie
http://lucasarts.com/games/swkotor_sithlords/images/sion_thumb.jpg



"We are the borg. You will be assimilated."

Did that go thru anyone elses head when lookin at this guy?

RedHawke
07-17-2004, 11:45 PM
^^^^^
LOL! :D Yes it did FiEND... actually what I posted before jokingly, went through mine;

"We are the Sith... Lower your shields and surrender your ships, we will add your biological and technological significance to our own... Resistance is futile!"

All this Darth Scion needs is some metal plates and cables on his torso, and a couple of red laser pointers glued to his head, and he'd be good to go! :D

Venom750
07-18-2004, 08:12 AM
According to Gamespot Darth Sion hands you a major can of whoop-ass the first time you meet him.

FiEND_138
07-18-2004, 08:23 AM
^^^^

Neat. Just as long as its a more...... grueling experience. Not the push over Malak was, the 1st meeting & the 2nd meeting for that matter ;)

Toa Tahu
07-18-2004, 10:10 AM
I'd enjoy to see him disintegrate into dust after striking the killing blow...really he seems more of a tortured soul than a person bound together by hate...like someone's put a spell onto him not to disintegrate until he has completed a certain task or something like that.Well I'd love to be the one who'd help him achieve inner peace.OK,that's a whole load of crap.

Burrie
07-18-2004, 02:12 PM
To be honest, I would love to see an enemy that you just can't beat at the start, and that it's part of the storyline that you are defeated. When you meet the villain again, it would just makes the meeting more scarier, and the victory so much more satisfying.

I had sincerely hoped that with the first meeting with Darth Malak that he would just be too strong, and would beat the player in a one-on-one battle, and then really make all things fall down. I don't know, let Malak chop off the player's leg(arm's been done over and over :P) and *then* let Bastila come to the rescue. Or perhaps even better, have either Jolee or Juhani try to assist Bastila, resulting in Malak killing either of them, or even both, but still capture Bastila nonetheless, while Carth carries your body to the Ebon Hawk. Not only would this really show Malak's power(taking on four Jedi and beating them all), the death of Jolee( and Juhani) would've really added that touch of darkness that I was missing a bit in KotOR.

No, frankly, I would openly support a villain that would defeat the player a couple of times before we take him down, instead of having the villain survive the attack and coming back later(Calo Nord), or utterely defeating a villain and still have him brag about how powerful he is(Darth Malak). Hell, let the villain totally bring us down, drag us down to the darkest place that he/she can... just let us crawl out of said pit, and show the villain that no matter what he does to our characters, they will overcome and beat him.

Com Raven
07-18-2004, 02:18 PM
Well, I think it is something new for Star Wars. A bad guy who doesn't wear a mask or something for a change ;)

FiEND_138
07-18-2004, 10:27 PM
Completly agree with Burrie. Well said.... umm typed. That would have been interesting, had Malak killed Juhanni & Jolee (dark is always good :)), or beat the hell out of your PC. Would have made Bastila's sacrifice worth something more, rather than an obvious plot turn.

Mav
07-18-2004, 11:34 PM
Yea I guess it is something different for Star Wars, but after reflecting upon it I am starting not to like the "look" of Darth Sion, I think the concept of him being held together by hate and the Darkside is a good one in theory, but after thinking about that screenshot it sort of just reminds me of one of those cheesy zombie shooter games at the arcade, all I know is that he better at least fall apart after you beat him, but I would like to see my character lose for a change :D

RedHawke
07-19-2004, 01:17 AM
I also completely agree with Burrie, what he also proposed also feels more like Star Wars and makes a lot more sense, going to fight Malak is not as scary as it should be, he is most literally 'a whelp' of a villain.

I think getting your arse handed to you by a major villain toward the beginning of any RPG game, or PnP RPG campaign, is paramount for adding to the building tension throughout the game that the eventual final confrentation with said villain will bring.

As well as adding to the satisfaction of defeating such a foe.

Venom750
07-19-2004, 10:20 AM
I agree luke skywalker got his ass handed to him by Vader and then he came back and beat him.
It will give a a personally satisfaction kicking some guy ass who beat you.

Burrie
07-19-2004, 10:58 AM
Plus, not everything can work out all right *every* time. Sometimes, the good guys just have to lose. Is there any scene in Knights of the Old Republic where the party and player actually lose, besides the Bastila-sacrifice?

Venom750
07-19-2004, 12:24 PM
Not being sadistic but maybe some of the good guy could die.

Master B
07-19-2004, 05:20 PM
one "mugly" S.O.B.


;)

Taos
07-19-2004, 07:01 PM
He will either kneel before me or be destroyed by my laser sword. Either way it doesn't matter. :dev11:

Burrie
07-19-2004, 07:13 PM
Not being sadistic but maybe some of the good guy could die.

I com-freaking-pletly agree. Before KotOR , I often wrote quite a few posts on how I was completely certain(and to this very day, I'm still stumped that it didn't happen) that, at least, Jolee Bindo was going to die. Come on, Jedi Master hiding on a faraway planet returning for one last hurrah, potential teacher for the main character... he practically had "I am so going to die" all written over him. Which is also why I expected that he would go down fighting against Malak after the revelation.

And come on, the party went through so much during the game, that it's amazing that all 10 of the party members managed to survive. Heck, when the Ebon Hawk began its entrance towards the Star Forge, I was almost rooting for the Sith to blast the ship down... just let *some* sort of sacrifice happen... yet none came.

However, they've already said that KotOR 2 will be a whole lot darker. Maybe I'll get my wish just yet.

Oh, wait... there *was* a party member who died. Trask. Well, he doesn't count :p

Mav
07-19-2004, 08:01 PM
Yea that would have made the story a whole lot more realistic if Jolee Bindo were to die if you think about it he was sort of like Obi-Wan an old hermit whom teaches the PC about the force etc. etc. like Burrie said, it would have been more realistic in a Star Wars sense if he had died. But I do miss Trask :D :D :D

RedHawke
07-19-2004, 11:20 PM
I see you all were thinking along the same lines as me, the first time I was hauled in by the Leviathan I thought "I'm going to meet Malak, and Jolee is going to go bye bye!" that is why I chose him to break everyone out the first time, hoping for that Star Wars'y confrentation, and to my dismay what proceeded to happen on the Leviathan happened.

Originally posted by Burrie
And come on, the party went through so much during the game, that it's amazing that all 10 of the party members managed to survive.

Not to mention the fact that you had to be the one to kill Jolee and Juhani, as well as Mission and Zzalbar, Carth and or Bastila, when the developers could easily have had plots for the NPC's to follow, in certain cases.

Originally posted by Leemu Taos
He will either kneel before me or be destroyed by my laser sword. Either way it doesn't matter. :dev11:

I agree, though if he did kneel I would eventually replace him with a much cooler apprentice! :D

0rlo
07-20-2004, 01:00 AM
well you are revan, malak was the apprentice, of course he is a pushover. rpg's are less about being uber hard game experiences and more about story and character creation. though your ideas should bee taken in by bioware and that other company. i'm glad my npcs made it, and i'm glad i could make it so they didn't, gave me a feeling of control over their fate, like my choices actually meant something. more variety in what could happen to them would be nice, i don't like the idea that someone has to die and it is inevitable.

in KOTOR II it will be a better story, i'm almost sure of it, cause all they have to focus on is the story, engine is already made, just uberfy it. can't wait.

RedHawke
07-20-2004, 01:44 AM
Originally posted by 0rlo
rpg's are less about being uber hard game experiences and more about story and character creation.

Actually Orlo it is five things, a good RPG should challenge you in five areas, Character Development, Expirience, Creating a Sense of Danger/Urgency, Affetcing the Environment/World, and of course provide a Challenge to the PC or Party.

While KOTOR is the best Star Wars RPG made so far, I hate the WOTC Star Wars PnP D20 RPG System, so coming from me that is saying something, it is by far the most lacking in the Challenge and Danger areas.

Originally posted by 0rlo
i'm glad my npcs made it

But Orlo it is just not Star Wars that way... Your party, (read as one or more of the NPC's) should have had a price that had to be paid to get you through the game/story, (Example: EP4 Obi-Wan's sacrifice on the Death Star, Ep5 Han Solo's carbonite expirience) elements like this would have made your Rise or Fall even more great or tragic and that is the hallmark of a well made RPG and or PnP RPG Campaign.

Originally posted by 0rlo
and i'm glad i could make it so they didn't, gave me a feeling of control over their fate, like my choices actually meant something. more variety in what could happen to them would be nice,

The only actual choice you have in all of KOTOR is on the Temple Summit. I hope they change that in KOTOR:TSL.

The NPC fates were scripted no matter your choices through the game.

You go Darkside Jolee, Juhani, Mission, and Zzalbar are toast, possibly even Carth.

You go Lightside, Bastila has a small chance of Dying.

Originally posted by 0rlo
i don't like the idea that someone has to die and it is inevitable.

That is the hallmark of a good RPG story, characters die, that is what adds the hints of tragedy and depth to a story, and gives it a more immersive feeling for the player(s), without NPC plots like this it removes the Challenge and Danger parts from the whole Game.

Originally posted by 0rlo
in KOTOR II it will be a better story, i'm almost sure of it, cause all they have to focus on is the story, engine is already made, just uberfy it. can't wait.

I fully agree! :D

Venom750
07-20-2004, 10:32 AM
you did have a little hint of tragedy which was when bastalia sacifaced herself on the levithan and she then turn to the darkside ,also when carth came for you on the star forge andyou killed him that tragedy.:bdroid2: :bdroid2:

Burrie
07-20-2004, 12:14 PM
you did have a little hint of tragedy which was when bastalia sacifaced herself on the levithan and she then turn to the darkside ,also when carth came for you on the star forge andyou killed him that tragedy.
Unfortunately, Bastila's sacrifice didn't feel like a sacrifice. In fact, in a way, it felt more as if she got in the way. Before that, the player can be easily beating Malak as if he's just a mere padawan. In the cutscene that follows afterwards, Malak is suddenly able to magically use a Force Power that automatically traps the player, after which he gives a speech about how powerful he is and what-not(even though a few moments ago, we were easily taking him down). In fact, even if Malak had slashed my character a few times afterwards while he was in stasis, the character would've gone out of stasis at some point, healed themself, and eradicated Malak, effectively ending his evil rule. Instead, Bastila suddenly runs in and just feels this need to sacrifice herself.

Now, I don't mind that Bastila sacrifices herself, I applaud it. However, I believe that the way it is presented is flawed.

(plus, there is the fact that Bastila can be saved anyways, despite her sacrifice)

In fact, in my opinion, they could have pretty much kept the first part of the Malak-meeting. Those scenes just work, right up until the point that Malak runs away. I mean, Luke even managed to beat Vader away for a moment in ESB. But when we'd face Malak again, I had just hoped that Darth Malak would suddenly show that he had held back, and would now utterly defeat the player in combat(leading up to Bastila's sacrifice, as well as a potential Juhani/Jolee death).


As for Carth, I don't agree that it's a personal tragedy that I'm talking about. I'm more thinking along the way of a party member or an ally dying. However, once you join the Dark Side, Mission, Carth, and potentially Zaalbar are not in your party anymore. You're a Sith, they're part of the Republic. His death doesn't really count, in my opinion.

Venom750
07-20-2004, 08:00 PM
good point malaks a pussy

RedHawke
07-20-2004, 11:20 PM
^^^^^
Once again I completely agree Burrie! :D

Mav
07-21-2004, 02:20 AM
^^^^^^

RedHawke.. you suck-up.....LOL just kidding, I agree though Burrie makes a few good points

RedHawke
07-21-2004, 04:32 AM
^^^^^
Not sucking up Mav, (I know you were kidding! :D) it is just some common sense elements with RPG story lines that Burrie is stating.

KOTOR lacks a few of these elements that is all...

What were we talking about again?

FiEND_138
07-21-2004, 05:39 AM
Originally posted by 0rlo
well you are revan, malak was the apprentice, of course he is a pushover.

IMO, at the 1st meeting with Malak he shouldn't have been the complete push over that he was. Story wise, if I interpreted it correctly, Malak was supposed to be more powerful at that point. After all you were still re/connecting with the force, basically an insignificant padawn (heh my old JO name), he was the master.

My 1st play through, when I got to that point, I was excited & a little worried for my PC. Handed his ass to him, checked my difficulty settings, & couldn't help but feel disappointed. Figured that the next meeting would be more grueling only to get the disappointed feeling back.

"Ever get the feeling you've been cheated?" -Johnny Rotten

Hopefully with TSL, I have to fear for my PC's safety when I battle the borg & his friend in the mask ;)

RedHawke
07-22-2004, 01:33 AM
Originally posted by FiEND_138
Hopefully with TSL, I have to fear for my PC's safety when I battle the borg & his friend in the mask ;)

Yup, thats what I'm hoping as well! :D

adillon
07-23-2004, 02:19 PM
Originally posted by Com Raven
Well, I think it is something new for Star Wars. A bad guy who doesn't wear a mask or something for a change ;)
i don't think it's the wearing of a mask per se, but more of a physical disfigurement that reflects their inner hatred. sure, vader had a mask, and so did malak (as well as revan in the beginning of kotor for that matter), but sidious only hid his face, maul's face was tattooed out the wazoo, and tyrannus was just old and wrinkled ... no masks for those 3.

Venom750
07-24-2004, 08:06 PM
What speices wha maul anyway?

Burrie
07-24-2004, 08:25 PM
Darth Maul was a zabrak.

Venom750
07-24-2004, 08:32 PM
No offence to Burrie but he i think a better picture of Darth Sion

http://screenshots.teamxbox.com/screen/26816/Knights-of-the-Old-Republic-II-The-Sith-Lords

Mav
07-25-2004, 03:51 AM
Darth Sion looks like my 6th grade paper mache project...LOL:D:D:D

Venom750
07-25-2004, 08:01 AM
Or a dogs chew toy:ewok: :ewok: :jawa

RedHawke
07-25-2004, 08:13 AM
I figured it out...

I know who Darth Sion really is...

Remember the story Jolee Bindo tells you about the young Jedi he knew and his swirling destiny, the one that Krat guy threw down a power core shaft on his flagship, I can't remember his name right now, but Darth Scion could very well be him...

After all what do you think someone would look like after being through a ships power core. :D

Venom750
07-25-2004, 01:08 PM
Good theroy we will have to wait and see:) :)

Mav
07-25-2004, 04:42 PM
If you are right about that one RedHawke I am going to have to give you a cookie, chocolate chip or oatmeal?

RedHawke
07-26-2004, 01:10 AM
^^^^
Oh... Oh... Chocolate Chip! :D

Venom750
07-26-2004, 10:30 AM
Wasn't his Andor Thrax

RedHawke
07-27-2004, 04:40 AM
Originally posted by Venom750
Wasn't his Andor Thrax

I believe it was Venom750! :D

When Mav gives me my cookies I'll share one with you! :D

Venom750
07-27-2004, 07:00 PM
can't wait:) :) :)

Mav
07-28-2004, 12:26 AM
HA well you are going to have to wait till KotOR 2 comes out and remind me..lol:lol:

Mex
07-28-2004, 12:44 PM
I can't wait to kick Darth Sion's ass, and watch him crumble to bits after I kill him.

RedHawke
07-28-2004, 01:08 PM
Originally posted by Pal™
I can't wait to kick Darth Sion's ass, and watch him crumble to bits after I kill him.

Like when you kill him all thats left of him is fleshy bits, a double sabre and a pair of sneakers! :D

I also cant wait to mop the floor with him! :D

0rlo
07-28-2004, 08:51 PM
yeah, there weren't any hard parts in the game, only the beginning was a little hard because you weren't a jedi, esp. if you wanted to beat taris as a level 2 character and uberfy yourself as a jedi.

what was great about jedi outcast is that you ran into desann as a mere mercenary, and got your rear handed to you, he spared your bantha fodder life (i tried for awhile to kick his butt anyway, wasted good ammo), then later you ran into him as the jedi, but he was empowered by that temple, great fights, very climatic. i suspect something similar is going to happen.

Venom750
07-28-2004, 09:20 PM
I drop the big stone pillars on his lizad ass:) :) :)

RedHawke
07-29-2004, 02:41 AM
Originally posted by Venom750
I drop the big stone pillars on his lizad ass:) :) :)

LOL!!! :D

adillon
07-29-2004, 08:54 AM
Originally posted by Burrie
I com-freaking-pletly agree. Before KotOR , I often wrote quite a few posts on how I was completely certain(and to this very day, I'm still stumped that it didn't happen) that, at least, Jolee Bindo was going to die. Come on, Jedi Master hiding on a faraway planet returning for one last hurrah, potential teacher for the main character... he practically had "I am so going to die" all written over him. Which is also why I expected that he would go down fighting against Malak after the revelation.

And come on, the party went through so much during the game, that it's amazing that all 10 of the party members managed to survive. Heck, when the Ebon Hawk began its entrance towards the Star Forge, I was almost rooting for the Sith to blast the ship down... just let *some* sort of sacrifice happen... yet none came.
that really depends on how you played the game. i'm assuming you went lightside, therefore seeing to it that ALL your party members survive the entire game. try playing darkside, and at the confrontation with bastila after she becomes malak's apprentice you have a choice to kill her because she won't turn back or join with her and defeat malakif you choose the latter, you get the opportunity to kill both jolee and juhani, with mission and zaalbar following soon after
when i finished the game, i only had canderous, bastila, t3-m4, hk-47, and myself in the party. no more jolee, juhani, mission, zaalbar, or carth. :eek:

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i can't wait to see how your party members in kotor2 will follow your decisions towards good or evil.

Burrie
07-29-2004, 10:10 AM
Again, I'll be repeating myself, it's not the same. Once you go to the Dark Side, they are just not your party members anymore. The only purpose why they die is because of you. They do not get killed by the villains, no, they get killed by the player, which is not the sacrifice I'm looking for. I want to see a nice, heroic, sacrifical death, not a 'player turns bad so kill party members who do not agree'.

And that's the problem. Those party members aren't your side anymore. To repeat, the player is a Sith. They are anti-Sith, hence need to be killed. Still no loss for the player.

RedHawke
07-30-2004, 12:54 AM
^^^^
I think adillon you really missed the point.

We were addressing the issue of the NPC's sacrificing themselves to further the plot. Like Obi-Wan does in EP4 on the Death Star. Things like that did not exist in KOTOR, and they should have.

TemporaryTomato
07-30-2004, 07:26 AM
I completely agree, where were the sacrifices?
Hm, would it be possible to mod the first Malak encounter to have him whoop your ass?:D

RedHawke
07-30-2004, 07:37 AM
Originally posted by TemporaryTomato
Hm, would it be possible to mod the first Malak encounter to have him whoop your ass?:D

Well you could edit Malaks .utc file and jack his stats/feats, he would 'in effect' whoop on you better... Just a thought! :D

Mav
07-30-2004, 07:41 AM
^^^
RedHawke, just wondering, but would that affect how hard it is to beat him in the final battle as well?

RedHawke
07-30-2004, 07:44 AM
^^^^
Actually Mav...

No it wouldn't... you would have to edit the Malak .utc files in the Star Forge modules to do that... But it is possible...

Hmm! Super Malak... I like it! :D

Back on topic: I can't wait to whoop on ol' Darth Sion's behind, you know give ol' flaky skin a nice lightsabre supository! :D

adillon
07-30-2004, 08:44 AM
Originally posted by RedHawke
^^^^
I think adillon you really missed the point.

We were addressing the issue of the NPC's sacrificing themselves to further the plot. Like Obi-Wan does in EP4 on the Death Star. Things like that did not exist in KOTOR, and they should have.
oh, i'm following now ... hadn't had my coffee when i was reading/posting so my brain wasn't really warmed up yet.

TemporaryTomato
07-30-2004, 10:37 AM
Speaking of darksiders with horrible skin,
I found it funny to start a new game, type in adddarkside 100,
and then tell trask that you're going to "look after your own skin".
Maybe it's just me.:p

Making a Malak mod like that would be cool...
It would be even better if he could chop of your left hand,
making it impossible to wield dual or double bladed sabers.:D

Doubt it can be done though, lol.

Venom750
07-30-2004, 01:30 PM
I drop a pillar on malaks robotic ass (just kidding):) :p :cool: :)

RedHawke
07-31-2004, 12:33 AM
Originally posted by adillon
oh, i'm following now ... hadn't had my coffee when i was reading/posting so my brain wasn't really warmed up yet.

Ahhhh! :D Lack of morning caffene... I know that well! :D

Originally posted by Venom750
I drop a pillar on malaks robotic ass (just kidding)

Venom750 we gotta talk about your pillar-dropping on your enemy fixation. J/K :D

Now watch, were joking about it now, and in KOTOR:TSL you will probably get to drop a pillar on some poor Sith Master or something! :D

Mav
07-31-2004, 12:45 AM
.....Yea and then when you drop a pillar on his "hind-quarters" and evil Sith Master Yoda will pop out of nowhere and save him.....just watch......it'll happen

delarius
07-31-2004, 10:22 PM
He's a big scab. He's quite ugly, if you ask me.

Venom750
08-01-2004, 03:45 PM
All i heard was dropping pillars on some bodys ass?:) :)

Mav
08-02-2004, 12:37 AM
^^^

LOL, you have quite a strange facination <sp?> with fallign pillars there Venom750

RedHawke
08-02-2004, 02:56 AM
Originally posted by RedHawke
Now watch, were joking about it now, and in KOTOR:TSL you will probably get to drop a pillar on some poor Sith Master or something!

Venom750 will probably get the last laugh on us all! :D

Mav
08-02-2004, 03:29 AM
^^^^
If he does I'll give him a cookie :D

Mav

RedHawke
08-02-2004, 03:38 AM
^^^^
No Mav, give him a Rune Covered Pillar! :D

Mav
08-02-2004, 03:42 AM
Or I could give him Kudos since it is sort of in the shape of a pillar. :D

Venom750
08-11-2004, 03:46 PM
pillars pillars pillars....

RedHawke
08-12-2004, 12:31 AM
Originally posted by Venom750
pillars pillars pillars....

[Sigmund Freud]

We really need to talk about this pillar fixation you have Venom750.

[/Sigmund Freud]

J/K! :D

Achilles
08-12-2004, 12:35 AM
Originally posted by RedHawke
[Sigmund Freud]

We really need to talk about this pillar fixation you have Venom750.

[/Sigmund Freud]

J/K! :D

You have no room to talk about fixations....Trekkie :)

RedHawke
08-12-2004, 12:57 AM
Originally posted by Achillies
You have no room to talk about fixations....Trekkie :)

I do believe you were the one who started that one! :D

[Sigmund Freud]

Achilies lets talk about your Star Trek fixation!

[/Sigmund Freud]

:D

Achilles
08-12-2004, 01:07 AM
Originally posted by RedHawke
I do believe you were the one who started that one! :D

[Sigmund Freud]

Achilies lets talk about your Star Trek fixation!

[/Sigmund Freud]

:D

[Dr. Phil]

Now, RedHawke, talk to me about these pink jedi robes of yours

[/Dr. Phil]

RedHawke
08-12-2004, 01:28 AM
Originally posted by Achillies
[Dr. Phil]

Now, RedHawke, talk to me about these pink jedi robes of yours

[/Dr. Phil]

Your just jealous that I thought of them first! :D

Back on topic:

Darth Sion is kind of flaky looking isn't he?

Achilles
08-12-2004, 02:10 AM
Originally posted by RedHawke
Darth Sion is kind of flaky looking isn't he?

:rofl:

Hilarious!

I can't wait to learn more about his back story. The stuff they've released thus far has been fascinating.

RedHawke
08-12-2004, 02:27 AM
Originally posted by Achillies
I can't wait to learn more about his back story. The stuff they've released thus far has been fascinating.

Well, what I can't wait to see, if he really is held together by his will and the force, then when you kill him he should basically fall apart or burst into a cloud of dust, or something cool like that! :D

Achilles
08-12-2004, 04:32 AM
Originally posted by RedHawke
Well, what I can't wait to see, if he really is held together by his will and the force, then when you kill him he should basically fall apart or burst into a cloud of dust, or something cool like that! :D

*Picturig Atris getting sprayed with chunks o' Sion*

err...might be. Depends on how they do it.

RedHawke
08-12-2004, 05:04 AM
Originally posted by Achillies
*Picturig Atris getting sprayed with chunks o' Sion*

err...might be. Depends on how they do it.

Well... what I meant was basically fall to the ground in a heap of pieces or a pile of dust, kind of like when you 'kill' an animated skeliton or some types of undead, like in a fantasy game.

Achilles
08-12-2004, 05:21 AM
Originally posted by RedHawke
Well... what I meant was basically fall to the ground in a heap of pieces or a pile of dust, kind of like when you 'kill' an animated skeliton or some types of undead, like in a fantasy game.

I don't know...I was kinda hoping that I could use persuade to turn him back to the Light :angel:

RedHawke
08-12-2004, 05:31 AM
Originally posted by Achillies
I don't know...I was kinda hoping that I could use persuade to turn him back to the Light :angel:

Would even happen if you did... If I recall correctly he's held together by his dark mastery of the force and his rage or something like that... so turning him would most likely net you the same result.

Just you would have the pile of remains and his shimmering spectral image thanking you for redeeming him, and that would be kinda cool! :D

Venom750
08-12-2004, 01:35 PM
Everyone gonna be disappointed if he just lay's down and die's:( :( :(

kome566
08-12-2004, 01:43 PM
LOL! Laying down for a snooze and his body gets dismemberd. :D

The Sith are very sneaky on the terms of who they keep alive . . (and preserved in this matter :D ) Maybe they'll use him as bait for your PC in TSL...Maybe he'll use his little fake eye and zap some lasers on your forehead exposing your oozing brain coming down your nose. ... Ive said too much . . :D :D

RedHawke
08-12-2004, 11:56 PM
^^^^
Ewwww!!! Thats kinda gross there! :barf:

Kome566 no more horror movies for you! :D

kome566
08-14-2004, 07:07 PM
:D You make it seem like its a bad thing I said that :cool: But after i read it after I posted it..I had chills running through my back :snear: :sweat: :explode:

RedHawke
08-14-2004, 11:50 PM
^^^^
It's all right kome566 at least you gave me my first opportunity to use the :barf: smily in an appropriate context no less! :D

kome566
08-15-2004, 01:04 AM
:eyeraise: We all help each other in some way . . . whether stupidly or crazily . . :D