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  1. Haven't been here in a while. But I do have Fire Emblem for GC. It is actually quite enjoyable with just enough challenge to keep me going.
  2. Ooo ooo, BC83, read my signature. I think you'll likey. :D **Below is made-up fanfiction. Do not read if not interested.** In my own little made-up world (I love a good fan-fiction any day of the week) Jedi Master Dakari was the only one to ever teach these views. Though considered heretic views, he trained the most successful Jedi Knights - many whom became Masters - in his time. He even sat on the Jedi Council before being exiled because one of his former Padawans - then a Knight - feel to the Dark Side and killed his own apprentice. Though it wasn't Dakari's fault that it was his for
  3. Jolee was awesome, so I picked him. Jolee/Kriea conversations would be classic.
  4. I think that the jedi are the stronger. They be ignorant when it comes to emotions and feelings, but they are taught to control them. The Sith are controled by their emotions, whether you beleive it or not. That is why they fail. the Jedi just need to stop supressing their emotionsm because when used properly they are a great asset. Good will always triumph over evil until the day that evil is completely eradicated from the universe.
  5. Nicely said Kalfear. I never looked at it that way. Maybe the Jedi code itself is being rewritten, even if it does not last very long.
  6. I kind of miss the KOTOR 1 side quests that took you deeper into the backgrounds of your teammates.
  7. I put Obi-Wan beacause 1. He beats vader, before the suit, 2. He lives longer than the other jedi, including Mace, except yoda, and three I could only choose one. But I think it would be a tie between Yoda and Obi-Wan.
  8. I am back, if anyone cares, but I do have a quick suggestion. I have been playing with the idea for a while and I know that it has been done but I think it might be interesting. It would take place roughly 18 years after the events of KOTOR II. The PC is the child of the Exile, the Exile's spouse is determined by the exiles gender of course. For the fist two stages are your Jedi Trainning. You get trained by the Handmaiden, I forgot her real name, Bao-Dur, and the rest of the crew from KOTOR II. Of course one of them is either you father or mother, depending on the exiles gender. On
  9. I really cannot add to what has already been mentioned, which I agree with completely. -> Would like to see more companion options, not just 12. -> Romance plots similar to KOTOR 1 but improved -> More planets with more to do on each planet. -> Bring back NPC backstory related sidequests. -> More character creation options. -> Possible Obsidian/Bioware team development. -> Slow down the development. Take your time so that 99.9% of the bugs are gone and you have a really good polished version. -> Chris A. as the the Obsidian lead designer.
  10. It has to do with the choices you make before then. Though I don't know exactly how it works. It may be that you have to be at least 2/3 DS to aquire Hanhar.
  11. Sad as it is, no. One of the reasons I do not go DS in KOTOR 2, no wookie jedi.
  12. I have not done the DS, but I did finally convert him to a Jedi. He has now become a very useful party member. Now for the Handmaiden. (By the way This for a second game I started) I have however seen his tattoos, in the guide, and they are not as cool as Maul's were.
  13. Based on all of the comments so far about the level cap, I would be willing to wager that the maximum level that any character can obtain is 30.
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