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  1. Before and after these discussions I don't see any way to get around TSL being about good and evil, like all Star Wars stories seem to be. Even if you say it's about "making a choice", that choice is about being good or evil.
  2. 1) What classes are you? Jedi Guardian / Jedi Weapons Master 2) What items do you equip? Did your Exile wear robes or armor? Heavy Armor upgraded as much as I can get it. I also wore Gamorrean Gauntlets and any other equipment that boosted strength and/or defense. 3) What kind of lightsaber do you wield? Single, Dual, or Double-bladed? And what color? Dual lightsabers, 1 silver and 1 orange. I also used viridian instead of orange for a little while. 4) What Lightsaber form do you use the most? Mostly Makashi. 5) What Force Powers do you use to augment your saber skills? Or did you just use the Force as your blade? I mostly used Force Wave since it's not restricted by armor, and force heal of course. I always had either Kreia and/or Visas in my party for more force usage, especially DS forces like force storm and death field.
  3. Unfortunately I played on XBox, without any mods. I have since purchased the PC version but have not begun another playthrough yet.
  4. Yeah I agree 100%. I tried to complete every side-quest possible and exhaust every option of every conversation possible. I just didn't want to miss out on any of the game and/or story. I would also pretty much go to every corner of every map, just in case. Maybe that's over the top and why it took me so long, but I enjoyed every second of it. Once it was done I was sad that there was no more left.
  5. On that note, if K3 resumes Revan's story, the series will have reminded me of Indiana Jones, in the way that I would probably think "why did the 2nd installment deviate from the original storyline?" They had a good thing going with K1 and a sequel following Revan would have been appropriate. Or perhaps they will tie it all in nicely (if there ever is a K3) and I will have forgotten that K2 disappointed me by deviating from K1.
  6. I thought it was the other way around... perhaps I'm remembering incorrectly though. I remember only getting feat upgrades every 3 level-ups or so, but always having a power upgrade. Wow - our games were very different. First, it took me 57 hours to finish my playthrough, which is more than 3 times as long as yours. Second, Kreia/Traya was an extremely easy battle for me. My life never approached even the half-way level. Perhaps it was my upgraded armor? I dunno. I only used my lightsaber and an occasional force wave for that fight and I had no problems at all.
  7. I agree with The Source, mostly because of Kreia's comments about the True Sith being a "belief".
  8. I picked Nihilus being too weak, because none of the other options really annoyed me.
  9. Well, I also chose guardian so my choice of feats came less often than it would have for a sentinel or consular. I really wanted to max out the 6 levels of lightsaber combat feats but I wasn't able to. Not that it mattered - TSL is relatively easy and my guardian was near invincible at the end. I remember dying (my entire party) like 20 times in K1, but I never did in K2.. not one time, seriously. Why did they make the final fights against Nihilus, Sion, and Traya so easy?
  10. Ah - thanks, very informative. That makes sense with my 2nd thoughts about Bastila's fate and potential role in K3. I need a 2nd play-through, for sure. I remember hearing that now that you said it but I never would have thought of it. Appreciated!
  11. I guess it would make sense if, as part of the story line we aren't privy to in TSL, Bastila left the known galaxy in search of Revan. Then it would be easy to meet up with her as a NPC in K3.
  12. I apologize if this has been brought up already, but didn't the Jedi get purged? The Exile was supposed to be the last Jedi. I know some of the council members were in hiding, but they were exceptions, I thought. I was a big fan of the romance story and of Bastila, but the more Jedi that survived the purge the less TSL means to me.
  13. Humorous, from StarCraft: [Raynor has been sent to rendezvous with Kerrigan, a beautiful psychic] Lt. Sarah Kerrigan: Captain Raynor, I've finished scouting out the area, and... you pig! Jim Raynor: What! I haven't even said anything to you yet. Lt. Sarah Kerrigan: Yeah, but you were thinking it. Jim Raynor: Oh, yeah! you're a telepath. [referring to the mission] Jim Raynor: Look, Lets just get on with this, ok? Also from StarCraft: Ghost: You called down the thunder, now reap the whirlwind. More StarCraft: Zeratul: Though we strike at you from the shadows, do not think that we lack the courage to stand in the light. Now for some KotOR quotes: Bastila: I must know something first. Will there be a place for me in your future? Do you... do you love me? Revan: I love you Bastila, with all my heart. Bastila: You are not afraid of love anymore? Revan: After this, nothing could make me feel safer than to be loved by you. Jolee Bindo: I did it all for the Wookiees. Revan: The Wookiees? Jolee Bindo: The Wookiees!
  14. I thought Viridian was silvery-green. There was Cyan, though, which is similar to turquoise. There's no such thing as lightsabers either. I think a black lightsaber could look really good, if it was iridescent like the rest of them. As for breaking the laws of physics, lightsabers do that in and of themselves so I have no problem suspending belief for a black light as well. The only criterion I would have is that the wielder be seriously badass.
  15. Good call, Serpentine. I'd never thought of that. I always thought it would be really cool if a quarterback was totally ambidextrous (and talented, of course), and could throw from either hand on the run. He would have no limits on plays to be run, unpredictability, and he would be especially effective on bootlegs. I guess the same could be said for a Jedi. Although I'd imagine many of them are pretty ambidextrous since they can wield two lightsabers pretty handily and the double lightsaber probably requires some ambidextrosity as well (ok so it's not a word, but it makes sense here).
  16. True, I think. I've only played through once and I was LS. I'm assuming he doesn't activate the Mass Shadow Generator to destroy Malachor if he goes DS?
  17. I actually wanted a few more levels because I didn't focus my feats the way I wanted to in the beginning. I guess that's probably somewhat typical for a first play-through.
  18. If K3 takes place out of the galaxy, which I think it pretty much has to in order to follow the story line, then either Revan or the Exile would make sense as the PC. If it's Revan, the PC could start off doing whatever he's been doing for however long he's been gone, and stumble into the Exile at some point in the game after the Exile took Kreia's advice to "go where no loved one can follow". If it's the Exile, it might be an easier transition, as the PC could start from where he left off, escaping Malachor and heading for the unknown regions in search of Revan and the True Sith. I think starting with another unknown would be too difficult to incorporate both Revan and the Exile into the story. Personally, even though I think the transition might be easier with the Exile as the PC, I voted for Revan since I enjoyed playing as Revan more than I did the Exile, and I think Revan's story is more interesting.
  19. At the very least the remote died, I guess. Oh, and G0-T0.
  20. Agreed, 100%. Additionally, and not that it matters, but lots of people in the real world do things differently. I've seen people hold pencils/pens all crazy in their hands, but they write just as well. Some pitchers have strange wind-ups or unorthodox ball deliveries but they pitch just the same, if not better. Left-handed people do everything weird, IMO. Who cares? Perhaps the SA feels like a total badass, and holds his saber that way to taunt his opponents. What does it matter? I think it looks cool.
  21. I was wondering how people get up to level 50... that's crazy to me. I've only completed one play-through, and I got to level 30 doing every side quest I could. I'm sure I missed out on some, but I really tried to do everything possible. I can't imagine earning enough XP for 20 additional levels.
  22. Just to clarify - I said some characters can have enough influence gained from 1 conversation, not all. I listed Mira as an example - I think Visas Marr is another, although I'm not sure. The guide I linked above will tell you in detail.
  23. Uhhhh alright. I didn't mean it literally. I was just being a fan.
  24. Some players you can actually get enough influence in the first conversation, like Mira. There's an awesome influence guide at the link below: http://www.starwarsknights.com/influence.php
  25. Yeah I actually just went through the entire TFU website on lucasarts.com and I'm pretty sure I'm buying both. I think the Wii version will be worth it for the duel mode alone, and of course being able to wield a lightsaber with the remote and use the nunchuk for force powers. That's awesome. But I definitely want the 360 version (or PS3, whatever) for the physics too, so I can't pass that up.
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