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  1. But really, how do you define being "strong" or "powerful"? Those are fairly broad terms, because alot of things have to be taken into considderation; their lightsaber skills, force mastery, diplomatic ability, willpower, passion, drive, loyalty, so many things. Its impossible to really compare one Jedi to another as all are unique in their own way, and one person's strength is another person's weakness. To me for example, true "strength" means to be able to resist the dark side at every turn. To another however, "powerful" means being able to kill a Sith Lord. Its all in the eye of the b
  2. My guess is Kotor III is the Duke Nukem Forever of Star Wars. It has probably been in secret developement for years - either because they can't keep up or they havn't got a good window of opportunity to release it in.
  3. I don't think so, Windows is pretty enthusiastic about the whole "Games for Windows" thing and RPGs are best suited for PC's. Besides, Bioware are releasing Mass Effect as an Xbox exclusive title so it would make sense to have another big profile RPG to be available for PC first - especially if it turns out to be an MMORPG.
  4. I wouldn't say that either. More like they slowly decline into the Dark Side... But regardless of what you do the end result is always the same. You kill Malak, defeat the Sith and save the republic. You kill Malak, abandon them and the Sith destroy themselves, thus saving the republic. You track down and reunite the Jedi Masters, only to have them killed by your teacher, and you defeat the Sith to save the future Jedi Order. You hunt down and kill the remaining Jedi Masters, and destroy the Sith, but the Jedi arn't completely gone. You see? It doesn't really matter what you do b
  5. First thing I would do is get a cool robe and mask like Revan's to stand out. Next I would restructure the Sith from a bunch of rogue jedi and stolen ships into a proper empire mirroring that of the Republic as well as establishing a Sith Order similar to the Jedi Council except with different philosophies and leadership roles. Then instead of trying to conquer the galaxy by means of the military I would wage a war of politics, gathering support from neutral planets to join our alliance like the soviets did in the Cold War. Force the Republic into a conflict with us like the Mandalorians
  6. Revan was a smart man, he realised that the Jedi Council were corrupt and the Republic were pacifists, and so he was forced to fight to gain the full support he needed in the upcoming war. He also knew the history of the Rakata and how prolonged use of the Star Force led to their destruction. To battle the True Sith meant a war of distance and attrition, he needed not just a fleet but an empire backing him. Basically his plan was to usurp the government and take direct control over the Republic, with the least number of casualties, and this probably would have worked had it not been for Malak
  7. My guess is both Revan and the Exile will start out just like we left them. After all the player has already "started over" with both characters once before (When Revan's mind was destroyed, and when the Exile disconnected from the force). But if the True Sith are as powerful as they are suspected to be it wouldn't take anything less than a Jedi Master to fight them anyway. Developers have already accounted for this with the relative leveling system, that is to say - the enemy is only as powerful as you are. Both games went to either extremes when it came to levels (Kotor I had too few fe
  8. Carrying on from the "True Sith" discussion, I discovered something interesting about the Mandalorian Wars relating to this. These entries are again taken from Wookiepedia; --- Early in the war, at some point in the year 3,963 BBY, Revan visited the ancient Sith world of Malachor V while scouting for new outposts along the embattled Outer Rim. Word had reached him that Malachor was anathema to the Mandalorians and he wished to know the reason why. Upon landing on the planet's surface, he was nearly destroyed by the resonance of ancient Sith power and he only managed to survive the encount
  9. I hope after this trilogy is finished LucasArts decides to make another expanded universe franchise in the same RPG spirit in other time period. For example, there is alot of interesting storyline in the Great Sith War and a potential for another trilogy there. If you don't already know, this is a time shortly before Knights of the Old Republic I. This entry is taken from Wookiepedia; "My warriors need another crusade. The Empress Teta system is in chaos, overstretched by their many conquests. The witch Aleema and her Jedi devotee Ulic Qel-Droma will fall under the fist of Mandalore."
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