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  1. Hey, welcome, not to worry, you just have to tell him and he'll give you a reward for each planet you stabilized or destabilized. That is if you didn't decline the offer of credits, which by the way makes you lose influence with him.
  2. Are you talking about the floating red numbers or the damage breakdown where you see the type of damange (Ion/Energy/Cold.) Either way what's weird is that you say it used to show up and now it doesn't.
  3. Or not. I actually loathe TOR graphics, so if that's what they would go for, count me out. On KotOR models it's the textures that stick out the most, the art, not that overly smooth shiny glowy **** I couldn't even bring myself to play.
  4. So do you ever use these abilities? I think they're kinda cool, but of little use, the game is way too simple to beat, especially due to the crappy programming of creature AI.
  5. Here's the latest trailer, I released it on my channel a couple days ago. By now it should be on deadlystream.com as well.
  6. Just go neutral after you get the prestige class, and after you've visited the tomb of Ludo Kressh, or you will miss those.
  7. I have my own channel about KotOR, the images in my signature are from the vids. Some of the best rated are of the Rebuilt Jedi Enclave sequence, and one about . There is also about Atris and Katarr, and some romance vids on and .
  8. I'll be glad to see it as part of a larger whole For those who wish to take a look at that little bit, here's a couple of vids, I hope you like'em. They've been on YouTube for a while now, but here it is: SPOILER WARNING
  9. Are you sure? Then why the other feat? Must be a bug, I didn't know about it.
  10. Having very low influence with the good guys also allows you to train them. As Kreia says: "Your mere presence serves as an example to them - of something to uphold, or something to fight against."
  11. Here they are: http://starwars.wikia.com/wiki/Quote:Kreia...27s_predictions
  12. Did you know Nihilus had dreadlocks under his hood? It's on the Hasbro Sith Evolutions Set: The KotOR Campaign Guide states that he had become a shell devoid of flesh and that mask, robe, and lightsaber were kept together with the Force just to give him a form. This is a piece of promo art for TSL showing a clearly flesh and blood arm: Then there is this ongoing comic series based on KotOR. Zayne Carrick, the protagonist, is thought by many to be Nihilus' former self. I personally liked the idea of Zayne becoming Nihilus, but I don't picture him wearing dreadlocks. Throw in this empty shell bull**** and it feels like nothing makes sense no more. I would ask Avellone if I weren't sure he's not making comments on this sort of thing, or JJ Miller, the guy who's writing the comics.
  13. As I said, many have given their own answer to this. Words can be taken to mean different things, sometimes. However, as I understand it, Kreia was there to let the Exile see the blindness of the Council by herself, and that is why she waits in the courtyard. Kreia had already seen plenty of it. Her speech in the ruins of the Jedi Enclave is more explanatory for a darksider, in that she speaks to the Exile, who is standing there conscious. And she says that she wished the Jedi defeated by showing them truth, without striking a blow, and that she has utterly failed to do so, which is true even if you don't kill the Jedi Masters. She also says that it is difficult to say whether the Jedi are all dead, because for every Jedi slain, another rises.
  14. Not after the Exile defeated her, no. Otherwise that speech about the new Jedi Order would be rather strange, don't you think?
  15. Old question, to which many have given their own answer. Kreia falls to the dark side when the Exile fails her expectations for the meeting with the Jedi Masters. If you kill the masters she even tells you. She expected the Exile to stand up to them, defeat them with the truth. Kreia wants someone to prove that she is right, and her teachings correct. When the Exile let her power be stripped from her instead, she failed Kreia, who then concluded that the choice of Malachor V, which she at first saw as a display of strength, was really made out of fear and weakness. But in the end, when the Exile bested her, Kreia felt rewarded and let go of her hatred, going as far as speaking of love, and a future built on a new Jedi Order.
  16. I do find him naive, and ever so peaceful, to the point of being irritating. Makes you wanna shake him or something. I once did the choking thing on Citadel Station, during the Sith attack. I wanted to check out if anyone had anything to say before boarding the Ravager. As far as I remember G0-T0 and Mical were the only ones.
  17. Don't worry, there's another way. You just have to blow it open from the console upstairs, the one next to the large window from which you can see the Ebon Hawk. Select the security room camera feed, there's a deactivated T3 unit that you can cause to explode. That will blast the door open.
  18. I don't fancy the HQM patch having anything to do with it. Has KotOR gone through all this hardware compatibility trouble as TSL? Strange.
  19. What the hell XD all this trouble just to choke the good doctor?
  20. I figure she expected the Exile to stand up against the masters herself. When she didn't, Kreia fell to the dark side, and when the Exile bested her at Malachor she had proof that her teaching had made the Exile strong, stronger than her. And that is what Kreia means at the end, when she says the Exile has saved her.
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