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Saul Karath=Kotor's version of Grand Moff Tarkin?


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Well, he needed to destroy Telos or the Sith wouldn't have accepted him.

 

Telos was at least partly a military target, there were Republican ships present.

Taris was not, it was under Sith control and they were having quite a few soldiers down there.

 

It is one thing to attack a world, it is something completely different to destroy one which you already control.

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I wouldve thought so, if he didn't try to prevent Malak from bombing Taris. I mean, he already destroyed the innocent people on Telos without any hesitation, so why would he try to prevent Taris destruction? It doesn't make sense.

 

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He did have some hesitations, IIRC

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Maybe of the two, Taris' destruction would have been intense by quite a bit. By the time Telos is seen in K2, it is in state of recovery somewhat, so there is a bit of time difference if thinking of lull period between Revan's departure for unknown regions and Exile's return to rim where planets Peragus and Telos are. Since purpose of attacking Taris was to try eliminating Bastila and friends on planet, fire would be more focused.

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I tihnk Saul didn't see the necessety in wiping out Tarnis only to find a few people, after all he destroyed Telos as a Show of Loyality to the Sith. But there was really no reason to destroy Ternis at all. only Malak's impaitence.

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Well, he needed to destroy Telos or the Sith wouldn't have accepted him.

 

Telos was at least partly a military target, there were Republican ships present.

Taris was not, it was under Sith control and they were having quite a few soldiers down there.

 

It is one thing to attack a world, it is something completely different to destroy one which you already control.

1. Where does it say this? Source please.

 

2. No. Telos was defenseless. Even Carth says so; "Saul commanded that the planet surrender. The planet refused, and he proceeded to devastate the planet(Or surface.) and there wasn't a damn thing we could do about it."

The only time the Rep ships got there was after it got bombed, and that was to rescue any survivors from the assault, that weren't picked up by the Sith.

 

3. What can we say? Malak was nothing but an impatient, power hungry fool.

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