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  1. Actually, she says "A man, nothing more" or something similar (she did for me, at least). That eliminated some theories I had about Nihilus' origin (such as one mentioned on these boards, that he was a ghost of one or more dead from Malachor. He was also Kreia's apprentice at some point, which wouldn't make much sense if he isn't or at least wasn't a man (Kreia also says that he no longer can be called a man, indicating that he at least once was). However, I think it's safe to assume that the exile's nature and Nihilus' power is connected, somehow. But I don't think they are the same person. The most likely theory I have so far is that he was a jedi at Malachor, who just like the exile, didn't die but lost his connection to the force, creating a void (or as the game puts it, a wound in the force). But unlike the exile, who turned away from the force, Nihilus developed a sort of hunger for the force in an attempt to fill the void. The reason Kreia became his master is perhaps the same as why she became the exile's master, as they both share the fundamental lack of connection to the force, but Kreia realized that Nihilus was not the one she needed. It's just a theory, though, and it has some flaws that I can't quite iron out. The game is not very explicit on Nihilus' power and origin.
  2. Same thing for me, but I had Carth there instead (and he was standing more towards the center).
  3. Well, problem solved then. You'll get another character instead if you play as female. As for who and where:
  4. Eh, depends on the character. I gave Mira a green one, for example. Visas got a purple, Bao-Dur and Handmaiden got a blue one, Kreia got a red one, the PC got two silver, and Atton got a yellow (mostly because I ran out of colors). Viridian is a sort of light-green shade if I remember correctly. Haven't seen one in-game yet, so I can't say for sure. It's the color of oxided chromium, and that's greenish, though. (Edit: On second though, that's not entierly correct. I won't bother explaining, though. It's close enough.)
  5. From what I understood (and remember) Juhani didn't kill her master, but wounded her. At the time you first run into Juhani, she doesn't know her master was merely wounded, and thinks she killed her. Can't say anything about any other sources than the game, though.
  6. Post the code you get and the code it should be. I don't remember exactly how to do it but it's easy to figure out.
  7. Well, we kinda did. Sure, we had settlements even at year 0, but not nearly as many and as large as today, and the people who would rebuild the planet in the SW universe have access to a lot more resources and advanced technology.
  8. Be a real man, fight alone and only with your bare fists.
  9. Play as female and you'll get him instead of Handmaiden. He's at the jedi enclave on Dantooine.
  10. Mira - Sentinel. Atton - Sentinel. Disciple - Consular (I think). Handmaiden - Guardian. Bao-Dur - Guardian.
  11. Atton, Mira, Handmaiden, Disciple (and Bao-Dur like you said). You need high enough influence for all of them. Once you've conviced Mira, you take her to the place in Nar Shadaa where Kreia made you listen to it (just run around the big pit in the landing pad area until she stops you). For Atton, you need to talk to a pair of Twileks in the refugee sector (also Nar Shadaa) to get the dialogue option that'll turn him. I'm not sure, but you may have to train with Handmaiden (and win) three times. Disciple is easy, you can convince him to become a jedi without leaving the room you found him in.
  12. For the most part, I judge them based on KotOR and the previous Black Isle titles. Not entierly fair as not everyone are former BI employees, and all former BI employees are not working at Obsidian, but it's close enough for me. Given Fallout 1&2 and Planescape: Torment, I'd have quite a lot of faith in Obsidian even if they had managed to screw KotOR2 up badly.
  13. Goodwood, use [ Spoiler ] (without the spaces) instead. [ /Spoiler ] to go back to normal text. As for your comment:
  14. Can't imagine it being anything but a republic capital ship (although the part of the republic that was about the become the sith). I'm quite sure only republic troops (and their rogue jedi allies) and the Mandalorians fought at Malachor, and it's obviously not a Mandalorian ship.
  15. Well, it's not a bad game. Had the missing parts been less obvious, I'd say it was good. But now, I call it decent. Impressive given the time they had, though.
  16. The lenses you have is an upgrade lens. You need a special one (I think it was called "fixture lens" or something like that, but don't quote me on that). Edit: Found it. You'll need: 1) Lightsaber Energy Cell Fixture (lspart01) 2) Lightsaber Emitter Fixture (lspart02) 3) Lightsaber Focusing Lens Fixture (lspart03) The lspart0... is the item code. You can use the console and type "giveitem" followed by the item code to get it directly. However, getting those parts shouldn't be hard if you just do some side-quests.
  17. Personally, I never noticed the Jesus thing until I read it here (I'm still not so sure about it). I did however, after someone pointed it out, picture him as a certain Swedish hockey player whos name I can't recall). That was midly disturbing, to say the least (though not quite as disturbing as Jesus).
  18. *** Mild spoiler warning *** You know, I thought that first as well. But I've been analyzing the characters since then, for reason that's irrelevant here, and I've come to the conclusion that her dialogue isn't that bad if you look at it in a certain light. Well, apart from the fact that she share the problem of not having enough of it. It doesn't make sense at first, but after my second run and second time listening to the things she says towards the end in that presumably romantic scene (which I still find rather awkward, to be honest), it doesn't seem to strange anymore. Basically, she's vulnerable because all her people died and she was more or less adopted by a sith lord who goes around killing planets in his spare time. No mystery there, right? The thing about her love for the exile is, that when her planet was destroyed, she was not left unaffected. But unlike everyone else, she was merely wounded, not killed (not a physical wound, of course). Like the exile (you'll realize eventually that what Nihilus can do is very much related to what happened to the exile). For all she knows, the exile is the only being in the entire universe that can truly understand her pain, because it goes beyond merely losing her family. He is a kindred spirit, and that's why she loves him. It might not even be a physical kind of love (which I guess would explain why female characters seem to have Visas as a romantic option, I haven't tried it myself), but more of a spiritual bond. I'm not sure if I explained that very well, it's kinda hard, or if it makes any sense to you. But it does to me. Of course, it's just a theory, but given the game's lack of details in general, theories is all I have in most cases. I think it's kinda nice, I'm a sucker for tragedy, but to each his own I guess. Oh, and that had nothing to do with the gender, I might add. I couldn't care less to be honest. But Carth was enough to fill my quote of repressed men, to be honest. To me, equality is about being able to accept people for who they are, not for what organs they have or don't have, and I don't think that there's anything wrong with stereotypes as long as they make sense in the situation.
  19. Speaking of that council thing, I just had a glitch sort of like that. I picked the top topic and they started talking about Katarr (or however it's spelled). After a few of my lines on that line, they suddenly stopped talking and my journal was updated with the standard stuff you get after Kreia does her thing. The masters were still standing up, though, and there was no sign of Kreia or my Force Enlightenment, so I decideed to talk to one of them. He became a corpse without even bothering to fall down first, and I got the standard line about him being more than dead or whatever.
  20. 1. Kreia. Whoever picked the voice actor for her should get a bloody medal. 2. Visas. What can I say? If she could (or did) sing, I'd be in love, I swear. 3. I'm not sure. G0-T0 and Mira both had very good voices (for their character). Oh what the heck, I'll go with Hanharr just for the hell of it. I'd also like to point out that if you can go wrong with Jennifer Hale (voice of Bastila), I don't know of it.
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