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Tysyacha
12-08-2005, 05:01 PM
Do any of these ideas sound cool to you? Please vote:

The Doctor
12-08-2005, 05:03 PM
I.... don't see any idea.......

Tysyacha
12-08-2005, 05:05 PM
Sorry!

The Doctor
12-08-2005, 05:09 PM
No problem.
Anyway, I think they all are good ideas, but I'm not so crazy about the one where you give in to the bad guy.

Tysyacha
12-08-2005, 05:19 PM
Oh, THAT would definitely have a separate ending, and it goes like this:

Darth XYZ has you down to 10 Vitality Points. You don't see much hope
because you've run out of Medpacs and Life Support Packs at last. There is
a sudden pause in the battle. You both stop fighting. Darth XYZ says:

"Become my apprentice, young one. Yield--or die."

If you choose the dialogue option to yield, the battle stops immediately.
You are treated to a scene of dozens of TIE fighters bombarding and
destroying Republic ships. The camera pans out to the viewing window,
and then to the room in which you and Darth XYZ are found. Hundreds of
battle droids and Sith Troopers surround you, and you prostrate yourself
at the feet of Darth XYZ. He folds his arms and reveals a chilling outcome...

"The Old Republic is dead. Once our forces have taken it, the Sith shall
reign supreme. Thanks to you, my apprentice, my dreams are real at last!"

The Doctor
12-08-2005, 05:24 PM
No... that wouldn't be cool. If you go DS, you have to go all the way - become the Sith Lord yourself.

RobQel-Droma
12-08-2005, 10:48 PM
^But seriously, that would be cool. Think about it, there would actually be an ending where you fail. While you still "beat the game", you failed everything, and ended up becoming pretty much a dark Jedi loser.

JediMaster12
12-10-2005, 11:49 AM
Personally, I wouldn't mind seeing a force ghost just anything but Kreia. While she provided cool back up, she had the annoying presence of coming off as pessimeitic in a spooky manner.

RobQel-Droma
12-10-2005, 12:25 PM
I agree with that. I want some force ghosts, like Jolee or maybe one of the Jedi Masters, but I don't really want Kreia.

SilverSentinal2
12-10-2005, 12:35 PM
Hey interesting poll I chose have an NPC try to talk you into abandoning the darkside. I'm a firm believer in redemption, force ghost sounded interesting but really I don't see it happening.

Vibro
12-10-2005, 12:49 PM
^But seriously, that would be cool. Think about it, there would actually be an ending where you fail. While you still "beat the game", you failed everything, and ended up becoming pretty much a dark Jedi loser.

That sounds good but it's better to be DS all the way. :sithk:

Jae Onasi
12-10-2005, 12:56 PM
I find the idea of a separate neutral ending very interesting, and voted for that option too. However, I haven't quite figured out how to accomplish that in the SW universe, since you either save the galaxy or take over the galaxy--there's not a lot of middle ground there. Still, there's a lot of room for creativity on that one.

Ztalker
12-10-2005, 01:04 PM
Omg...i have to say...great idead :D
I think it would be so d*mn cool if you could actually become a Sith Apprentice, thus getting new powers. By the way, you could always kill your master and become a Lord yourself, aye?

Also, the Force Ghost option could be cool. We don't know much about it, so it could bring some..mysterious sense into the game.

Also, seing one of your NPC's being tortured etc, would be very cool.
I think it was one of the hart-breaking things off Kotor 1.

I think it would make sense if some NPC's would try to get you back to the light/dark. It would add some replay value to the game.

Good ideas overall, that can be realy cool if developed well.
Good Poll, Tysyacha

RobQel-Droma
12-10-2005, 01:18 PM
^The NPC-who-tries-to-turn-you-back was an idea I really liked. You kind of got a little bit of that at the end of KotOR I, if you were a DS Female, but that was at the very end, and there was no way you could actually come back to the LS.

Ztalker
12-10-2005, 01:38 PM
Exactly, like we said before, it ads a more intense gamplay :)
It would indeed be cool, that the Influence system would also count for NPC's, so they are trying to increase their influence on the PC.

Vladimir-Vlada
12-10-2005, 02:02 PM
All of these ideas now that I think of it. Especially that that you can go to the dark side and become his/her servant. I like all of those ideas.

JediMaster12
12-10-2005, 02:51 PM
Hey interesting poll I chose have an NPC try to talk you into abandoning the darkside. I'm a firm believer in redemption, force ghost sounded interesting but really I don't see it happening.

I believe it too. I'm interested in the option of seeing force ghosts because I thought it neat in the original series. I'm with you though, anyone can be redeemed if they choose it.

Tysyacha
12-10-2005, 04:02 PM
I'm glad to see more responses and feedback on this! When KOTOR 3 comes out,
maybe these ideas won't be put in place, but I know I'd definitely try to talk some
plot developers at LucasArts into it if I worked for them as one of their staff. :)

I'm thinking of writing a multi-part fanfic based on the ideas that have 9
or more people voting for them. Who'd like to read it if and when I post it? :)

Sincerely thrilled,
Tysyacha

RobQel-Droma
12-10-2005, 04:03 PM
I'd definitely read it.

JediMaster12
12-12-2005, 01:12 PM
I'm glad to see more responses and feedback on this! When KOTOR 3 comes out,
maybe these ideas won't be put in place, but I know I'd definitely try to talk some
plot developers at LucasArts into it if I worked for them as one of their staff. :)

For sure KOTOR 3 is coming out?


I'm thinking of writing a multi-part fanfic based on the ideas that have 9
or more people voting for them. Who'd like to read it if and when I post it? :)

Sincerely thrilled,
Tysyacha

I'd read myself

RobQel-Droma
12-12-2005, 02:35 PM
For sure KOTOR 3 is coming out?

Well... It hasn't actually been announced, but... I think it is kind of a foregone conclusion.

Ztalker
12-12-2005, 02:39 PM
yeah,....

Kotor has always been the Killer App. for Lucasarts. It gives them an enormous cash flow.
It would be like slaying the chicken with the golden eggs.

But i agree on this topic:
All this ideas should be worked out, or at least put in some side quest.
Strange no-one has ever come with such an interesting topic...:s

Darca Lar
12-17-2005, 11:09 PM
The force ghosts would be a cool thing to have, but having Kreia as one of them doesnt seem cool, it seems like as if you had some annoying grandma who seems to pop in and get up in your face telling you to do all these things and whenever you just here or see her, you feel like just taking out your 'whack 'em stick' and stabbing her with it repeatedly.

Emperor Devon
12-18-2005, 01:29 AM
You are treated to a scene of dozens of TIE fighters bombarding and
destroying Republic ships. The camera pans out to the viewing window,
and then to the room in which you and Darth XYZ are found. Hundreds of
battle droids and Sith Troopers surround you, and you prostrate yourself
at the feet of Darth XYZ. He folds his arms and reveals a chilling outcome...[/I]

Err... NO. Only a completely spineless Jedi would ever do something like that. I disgree strongly.

On a side note, TIE fighters didn't exist then. ;)

Ztalker
12-18-2005, 04:41 AM
it's about the discription of the situation,ED.

It means you are outnnumbered, out-everythingt, frankly, and have only one choise:
Join them or dye here.

It's about joining Sith Lords so you can be their apprentice.
If you are surrounded by 500 Sith Troopers, and a Sith Lord, i think you will choose the savest way ^^

Emperor Devon
12-18-2005, 01:44 PM
Meh. Any capable Sith Lord could kill 500 Sith Troopers. They don't count for much.

The odds aside, don't you think an ending like that would be a terrible ending to the KOTOR series?

Darca Lar
12-18-2005, 03:15 PM
I dont think that would make a great ending, maybe if it was just one of the turning points maybe, but as an ending i dont think work out as well.

RobQel-Droma
12-18-2005, 05:33 PM
The odds aside, don't you think an ending like that would be a terrible ending to the KOTOR series?

Exactly- a terrible ending for obviously a terrible player, if they couldn't normally beat the Sith Lord. I've seen "you failed and everyone died" endings in the Myst Series, and they did a really good job on them. Trust me, it really gives you a sense of total loss as it should.

If they will make a KotOR 4, then no we shouldn't have the ending. But if this is the ending, then you should be a worthy enough player to save/conquer the galaxy. If you aren't, you just failed, and the whole galaxy is in ruin.

JediKnight707
12-18-2005, 11:24 PM
Personally, I wouldn't mind seeing a force ghost just anything but Kreia. While she provided cool back up, she had the annoying presence of coming off as pessimeitic in a spooky manner.

Yeah, she wasn't exactly a happy person. :rofl:

RobQel-Droma
12-19-2005, 01:04 PM
I'd rather have someone like Nihilus as a "bad guy" force ghost. No Kreia, please.

Emperor Devon
12-19-2005, 01:50 PM
I'd rather have someone like Nihilus as a "bad guy" force ghost. No Kreia, please.

Given Nihilus' unique connection to the Force, whether he can become a Force ghost or not is questionable.

I'm all for a Kreia Force ghost. She was the best party member in both KotOR games, and I wouldn't mind seeing more of her in the third game.

PoiuyWired
12-19-2005, 02:20 PM
Given Nihilus' unique connection to the Force, whether he can become a Force ghost or not is questionable.

I'm all for a Kreia Force ghost. She was the best party member in both KotOR games, and I wouldn't mind seeing more of her in the third game.

When is Kreia the old hag in kotor1 ?
Well, I think her return created some problems though, a few cameo is nice, but as an on-going NPC this would be annoying, we have enough of her nagging, ductapes please!

We KNOW T3 MUST BE BACK... and possably HK47 one way or another (esp if the droid planet in kotor3 rumor is true)

Now it would be nice to see Mandalore, as NPC but not as playable member. (or only temporary one) We do want him to succeed in getting a good old Mandalore clan together...

How about a Force Ghost of that Valdar (the yoda dude) as a guide? It makes sense.

Sabretooth
12-21-2005, 10:02 AM
1. I like the idea, but it sort of wouldn't make sense. you can't have a hero/evildude who kills this Sith Lord and when he's asked why, he says "Just because I wanted to kill him and it was pretty obvious I should." A sort of careless Jedi, so to speak.
2. That's okay, but it'll seem a little too typical Star Wars and repititive, now that we have the Bastila thing.
3. Believe me, we'll always have plenty of those. I didn't like the Influence thing too much. It made my mates look like slaves...
4. That'd make sense in the movies and series, but it's a strict no-no to a game. I mean, you fought, like, a million people to get here and you give up to him, like a damned coward. Besides, it'll make the game much easier and break the super-tough-boss rule.
5. That's okay. I'll like Vandar or Vrook, maybe someone else like a more mature Bastila, Juhani, Atris etc. NOT Kreia.

JediMaster12
12-21-2005, 12:19 PM
When is Kreia the old hag in kotor1 ?
Well, I think her return created some problems though, a few cameo is nice, but as an on-going NPC this would be annoying, we have enough of her nagging, ductapes please!

We KNOW T3 MUST BE BACK... and possably HK47 one way or another (esp if the droid planet in kotor3 rumor is true)

Now it would be nice to see Mandalore, as NPC but not as playable member. (or only temporary one) We do want him to succeed in getting a good old Mandalore clan together...

Yep. While I liked Kriea as back up with Force Chain ability, I just don't like her pessimism


How about a Force Ghost of that Valdar (the yoda dude) as a guide? It makes sense.

Actually the name is Vandar

Ztalker
12-21-2005, 12:42 PM
But the ideas would seem good, don't they?
It could increase the replay value and connection to the PC.

RobQel-Droma
12-21-2005, 02:43 PM
Given Nihilus' unique connection to the Force, whether he can become a Force ghost or not is questionable.

I'm all for a Kreia Force ghost. She was the best party member in both KotOR games, and I wouldn't mind seeing more of her in the third game.

I know that Kreia was an interesting character, she was probably one of the most intricate and complex characters in the series, by far. She really isn't that bad, but I don't think she would be a force ghost- why would she return in the form of something she wanted to destroy?

As for Nihilus, I almost wondered whether he wasn't a ghost in TSL, if you know what I mean. I don't really see how it wouldn't work; If anyone, he would seem to fit the type.

How about a Force Ghost of that Valdar (the yoda dude) as a guide? It makes sense.

But Vandar wasn't really much of any type of character in the first game, and so he really doesn't have much importance. It wouldn't make sense for some minor character to show up in the third game as a force ghost and all of a sudden become a major character.

As for a "good guy force ghost", I'd either like to see Jolee or Kavar- or maybe both. Without a doubt I want to see a Force Ghost Jolee, of course, and I think it might be nice to see Kavar, or maybe Vash. Probably Kavar, since Vash didn't really do much in TSL. But, if we just get one Force Ghost, make it Jolee please.

Darca Lar
12-21-2005, 10:13 PM
Jolee might qualify as the best force ghost choice since he has all that experience from his life and plus, hes just cool.

Emperor Devon
12-22-2005, 12:40 AM
When is Kreia the old hag in kotor1 ?

She isn't. For future reference, saying "She was the best party member in both KOTOR games." Can also mean "If you compare the party members from both games, Krei was the best one."

but I don't think she would be a force ghost- why would she return in the form of something she wanted to destroy?

While she hates the Force, Kreia might return as a Force ghost if it is absolutely necessary.

As for Nihilus, I almost wondered whether he wasn't a ghost in TSL,

He wasn't a ghost. Although in a sense, he was dead.

I don't really see how it wouldn't work; If anyone, he would seem to fit the type.

Probably not, actually. You never knew what he was saying in KotOR II, so wouldn't it be rather odd to have him speak in Basic in KotOR III?

RobQel-Droma
12-22-2005, 02:22 PM
He wasn't a ghost. Although in a sense, he was dead.

I know he wasn't a ghost. :rolleyes: I was commenting on the type of character he was; He was just this big robed shape under a mask.

Probably not, actually. You never knew what he was saying in KotOR II, so wouldn't it be rather odd to have him speak in Basic in KotOR III?

Not really. If he became a Force Ghost, don't you think he might be able to communicate to you better? He would be a ghost, so I don't really think that he would have to do his whistling/groaning thing; He would probably be able to talk to you. Or even if he did, he is coming back through the Force, so you could probably understand what he is trying to say through the Force, if you get what I'm saying.

Manny C
12-22-2005, 07:34 PM
Great ideas, mate. But i think for the neutral ending one, i wouldnt really like an actual seperate ending, but probably the lightside ending, BUT where the dialogue recognizes that you are neutral.

PoiuyWired
12-22-2005, 09:58 PM
Well, neutral end would probabl be LS ending, with minor changes... still, I would like to see them.

RobQel-Droma
12-22-2005, 10:38 PM
Its kind of hard to imagine a nuetral ending- not sure really what it could be. How could they make an ending that is neither LS nor DS?

JediMaster12
01-19-2006, 04:00 PM
Possibly but I would find it rather dull

Jeremia Skywalk
01-26-2006, 04:36 PM
YES!!! NEUTRAL! i would LOVE new ending and similar bonuses to max light/dark side for a perfect neutral (or almost perfect, like +/-5 points). That would be so great, this is the thing i would love the most, i had never thought of it, but i have completed both games perfect neutral, so yes! Ending could be something like defeating the final bss and leaving the republic/ sith to the fate of Galaxy and going away to some remote system, opening a farm, having family and children and so on.

ForceFightWMe12
01-26-2006, 06:15 PM
I think my favorite idea would be having an NPC to try and turn you back from the Dark Side. I think it would have been amazing for there to be a chance for Revan's and Bastila's places be switched on the Star Forge...It would just be fun to (perhaps) slaughter the person, or 'See the Light', depending on whether or not you had a bad day :xp:

JediMaster12
01-27-2006, 11:31 AM
That would be an interesting suggestion. It would still hold up to the underlying theme of making your own choices. That would be interesting. Of course, you do slaughter the people on the Unknown World in KOTOR if you turn DS and Carth I think later tries to redeem you.

RobQel-Droma
01-27-2006, 06:40 PM
If you are a DS female, yeah, Carth shows up on the Star Forge and tries to redeem you. But unlike Tysyacha suggested, you can't accept- you have to kill him.

I think their was an option to go back to the LS and die on the Star Forge with Carth, but it was cut.

Darth Plagueis
01-27-2006, 10:40 PM
there cant be force ghosts cause there not discovered till qui-gonn jinn figures it out in episode 3

RobQel-Droma
01-28-2006, 01:41 PM
^And how do you know that for sure?

XoRRoX
01-28-2006, 02:12 PM
There has existed alot of force ghots before Qui-Gon.

I would like, that the PC was dark side to begin with. Then he is converted to the light side by Jolee (the force ghost).

Hallucination
01-28-2006, 03:21 PM
^No offense meant, but just wouldn't work. The reason the PC in the first two games was so the player could choose where they want to go, your saying that you already are at one end, which is making it coasting for DSers, and an up-hill battle for LSers.

Fiiz
01-28-2006, 03:55 PM
i'v as better idea: online gaming.... like guildwars, yu know itch server shod be a difrent planet and we could interact(trade intens, fight to be more skilled than other player, or wars betuin light and dark) with itchother ... that would be REALY COOL.... i mean the game shood be exacly like it is but with online play (like guidwars) that i'm shoore it will be realy a sucsess :D... dont yu think ?... the kotor 2 is realy cool but ... i'v stoped playing it ... it's alweys the same thing ...:(.... :D is there a possibility of make an update for kotor 2 for online play ?

Darth InSidious
01-28-2006, 05:03 PM
Neutral Jedi ending, Dark Side temptations, NPC who tries to turn you back. Force ghosts are icky-cliche IMO, and yielding doesn't seem logical to me. If you're LS, you'll want to kill the UBG to prevent them spreading their evil. IF you're DS, you'll kill them to usurp their power...

igyman
01-29-2006, 02:10 PM
Ghosts are a good idea, but i wouldn't put them in the advisor role, i'd rather like to see them in a Sith/Jedi tomb exploration quests.

Lantzen
01-30-2006, 01:25 PM
I like the idea of a npc trying to turn you back to the light. And to yield to the bad guy, it would open some more endings option, like in Planescape:Torment you can choose to do sucide to defeat the last boss. Im with igyman on the force ghosts, let them be in some tomb like a side quest (Ajunta pall).

JediMaster12
01-30-2006, 02:39 PM
Why is that? I would love the idea of having Jolee appear giving you advice and telling you that the Jedi aren't perfect. Heck I'd even like Kavar with a more worldy view since he has seen war. I think it is a near consensis that most people like the idea of someone trying to turn the PC back to the light. It kind of gives the Starwars feeling like in Return of the Jedi where Luke brings Anakin back to the light.

igyman
01-30-2006, 02:49 PM
But wouldn't you rather have Jolee alive and giving you advice (and nagging)?

Lantzen
01-31-2006, 03:35 AM
yeah, who say that Jolee is dead? (Except if you go darkside in Kotor1 :dev7: ).

RobQel-Droma
01-31-2006, 11:17 AM
I think it is a near consensis that most people like the idea of someone trying to turn the PC back to the light.

And actually being able to accept their offer and come back to the Light Side...

JediMaster12
01-31-2006, 01:13 PM
Thanks for the correction Rob. My point is is that we seem to like that critical point of being able to see the error of our ways and turn back. In a way it fits with one of the dialog options that you tell Bastilla, "No one is above redemption," something like that. I'm worn out on Onderon, spending time with a boma who seems to follow me everywhere.

RobQel-Droma
01-31-2006, 01:46 PM
I'm worn out on Onderon, spending time with a boma who seems to follow me everywhere.

At least you don't have the magnificent smell that I do...

Thanks for the correction Rob. My point is is that we seem to like that critical point of being able to see the error of our ways and turn back.

I was just referring to the DS female ending on K1. But I agree with you, JM, although it is wierd because in a game like that the option would be pointless. It of course wouldn't be real, so the NPC wouldn't really be persuading you. But it makes for a very interesting story, and I'm all for it.

JediMaster12
02-01-2006, 12:07 PM
And what smell is that Rob, a mynock or a bantha? :)

As to the turning back on the evil ways, in KOTOR it seemed to me that the choice was made as you progressed. Somehow I really didn't like the fact that there was a choice at the end with no turning back. Then again we all go through that at one point or another. Me, I like to think that there always is a choice and not the choice. I know this sounds cheesy but hey I like to thing that there is a chance for redemption it is just up to the person to want to take the steps towards it.

RobQel-Droma
02-01-2006, 02:05 PM
What do you think? I'm on Bandomeer. The agriculture part is good, but it smells.

I wish they would make it so it was even more based on your alignment, instead of dialogue choices. In the first two, you could be evil, yet stay on the LS just from one dialogue choice. It would be better if it was determined on your character and the different choices and decisions he made through the story.

JediMaster12
02-01-2006, 04:25 PM
I see so demeanor will affect the outcome. I like it! That would be cool for those players who are just bad to the bone; they like playing the darkside. It would make the PC seem more Sith like, or Jedi like. So basically it's taking TSL to more extreme?

I guess you would smell like a vegetable being on Bandomeer. At least bomas don't smell that bad. :)

King(CZE)
02-01-2006, 04:47 PM
I'd like:
..seperate endings.
..not to be the most powerful jedi again, maybe I'd just like to be ordinary padawan, watching his master doing some missions, learning from him..sometimes agree with him, sometimes not (light/dark side). I don't say that something big shouldn't happen but thistime I'd like to be just a part of it, not the main character. My master could turn to dark side etc..many things could by made up in such plot

RobQel-Droma
02-01-2006, 05:29 PM
Welcome King(CZE)!

So, basically you want to be just some guy taking a back seat in the plot? :xp:

bolsen
02-01-2006, 07:25 PM
I think that Jolee or Vandar's (maybe both) ghost should find you and tell you of Revan and the exile's mission to destroy th True Sith. Then, they help you find the hidden Jedi Academy on Ossus (could be another planet) so you can be trained by the jedi. They then leave you once you graduate, or take your trials, and you become a Knight and take your own apprentice. This apprentice would be your 3rd NPC to join you, and a padawan from the academy. The first will be someone you meet before you go to Ossus and the second is your old master from the academy.

And please NO EBON HAWK!!!! we need a new ship

King(CZE)
02-02-2006, 06:27 AM
RobQel-Droma: Thank you - I don't say I shouldn't be part of something great but consider this - in both KOTORs you were one of the most powerful jedi..and it's just weird..to have during few years so many powerful jedies...it would seem unreal...so i'd rather be just some regular guy (padawan, following his/her master) etc...(wondeful story is needed !!).

Darth Sun_Tzu
02-02-2006, 06:46 AM
RobQel-Droma: Thank you - I don't say I shouldn't be part of something great but consider this - in both KOTORs you were one of the most powerful jedi..and it's just weird..to have during few years so many powerful jedies...it would seem unreal...so i'd rather be just some regular guy (padawan, following his/her master) etc...(wondeful story is needed !!).

In film or book it might work but in a computer game more people would not accept being a secondary character in the plot, but i do know what you mean thought.

Although the Exile is not a super powerful jedi, he is a mediocre jedi with an exceptional ability for forming bonds. His power comes from those around him.

Yes, i know, this amounts to the same thing but it does make him different.

JediMaster12
02-02-2006, 12:28 PM
I think that Jolee or Vandar's (maybe both) ghost should find you and tell you of Revan and the exile's mission to destroy th True Sith. Then, they help you find the hidden Jedi Academy on Ossus (could be another planet) so you can be trained by the jedi. They then leave you once you graduate, or take your trials, and you become a Knight and take your own apprentice. This apprentice would be your 3rd NPC to join you, and a padawan from the academy. The first will be someone you meet before you go to Ossus and the second is your old master from the academy.


Graduate? So they give you a diploma saying that you are a Jedi Knight:) I don't agree with taking on your own apprentice. To me that seems overkill and would much rather that you go in search of Revan and/or the Exile and on the way you get hints of the True Sith and at the end you meet its power full force.

And please NO EBON HAWK!!!! we need a new ship

You are a crazy dude, blasphemer! Why not the Hawk? It is like the Millenium Falcon. I know it would take something creative to have it come back but still, it's part of the story.

igyman
02-02-2006, 01:14 PM
Yes, a new ship is needed, if you play as a completely new character. It would be really stupid if the Ebon Hawk mysteriously ended up in your hands as it did in KoTOR 2 (I never heard an explanation to how Kreia got that ship, since it was her who brought it to the Harbinger with T3).
On the other hand if Revan's going to be the main character again (and I certainly hope that he will), then we'll definitely need the Ebon Hawk.

Darth Sun_Tzu
02-02-2006, 01:21 PM
I wouldn't mind if Revan was the PC again but i'm not sure it would work because you would have to start out at lvl 20 and you could finish around lvl 40-50. This would be rather rediculus and so would having him somehow loose all his force powers.

But that might work for the Exile. Because he draws his strength from others through force bonds, he might loose some of his abilities when he goes off on his own to search for Revan.

Ztalker
02-02-2006, 01:27 PM
I think that the only way to finish the Revan-trilogy proper, is to start with a new PC.
We have seen the Revan saga as Revan, as his best general, the Exile, so i think both storys should collide into a massive plot-twist involving a "Joe Someone."

JediMaster12
02-02-2006, 03:57 PM
Yes and Average Joe could be the ultimate weapon! Just kidding :) My main point is that yes finish the story on Revan and go out with a big bang fighting the True Sith.

igyman
02-03-2006, 05:11 PM
Revan's story should be finished, but I still think that the best way to do that is for Revan to make a comeback as the main character in KoTOR 3.

He's the one who realized that these True Sith are behind everything, he went off to find them, he should be the one to defeat them.

JediMaster12
02-03-2006, 05:19 PM
Actually he remembered something terrible he had done during the Mandalorian Wars and went to go fight it in his own way. It would have helped the Republic if he had stayed but that's the moot point. He probably stumbled across the True Sith's power and may have released it when he became Darth Revan.

igyman
02-03-2006, 05:33 PM
As far as I know he became Darth Revan when he discovered the Star Forge, how he learned of its existence is a different question. That might have something to do with the True Sith.