I’m going to say that a lot of Shadow of Revan I’m just going to mentally disregard because in my head, Revan’s a girl and she eventually makes her way back to Carth and lives happily ever after, AS GOD INTENDED.
It’s interesting that from the Class Storyline onward, it’s all everyone fighting against some totally different enemy, to justify having the same story for Republics and Imperials.
Man, good thing this guy said he was Revan, or I wouldn’t have known.
So the guy under the mask isn’t actually Revan, but an admirer?
Wow, I have no idea what they’re talking about, with these coalition missions.
You’d think saving everyone on Yavin would be enough incentive to band together.
Oh, it’s the daily missions.
Ok, off to see the wizard.
Well, since I only saw this guy once, and he was a ghost, I’m not sure…But it looks like the same dude.
I have no clue what’s going on in this boss fight.
It’s going on as normal, and then he just seems to get invulnerable for a bit? And then stops?
Then it says we lose Satele Shan and battle clarity, but I’m not even sure what that implies.
Oh, ok, we won.
Oh, but we also lost?
Well good going, Revan.
I like how everyone else goes back to base magically, but leaves us standing out there in the rain.
I feel a little bad on cheating on Iresso with Shan, but Felix really isn’t the most compelling character.
Love when Satele Shan talks. “You’re not fooling anyone, Commander Shepard!”
Well another successful mission over, with the galaxy in way worse shape than when we started.
Oh wait, here’s when I did “Crystal Ball.”
I would like a “go back to the ship” button. That would come in pretty handy.
Off to Ilum. Where the crystals come from.
Again with the strip mining ripping the planet apart. I’m beginning to get a message.
Lord Loyat’s a girl?
Well that was a lot of dying. Where did all those guys come from?
Ok, you have to kill off everyone else first, or they all suddenly get the urge to wipe the floor with you.
I was apparently supposed to do this one earlier, because all the loot is too primitive.
Darth Malgus, you toad.
I hate these flashpoint missions.
The Voss are pretty suck, for a race.
Darth Serevin has some pretty impressive killing power.
Talsa-Ko is not good at picking a winner.
I’m sparing you, Talsa-Ko, but if you turn out like Harley Quinn, I’m going to be peeved.
Ugh. Right back into another flashpoint.
Cole doesn’t sound like he’s expecting to see us again.
Holy Moly, I think this Prototype took us down with one shot.
Malgus actually wasn’t as bad as some of the bosses along the way.
Cole’s story is a little more exciting.
I like the jaunty music that plays when all your dialogue options are humorous.
Ilum is free again. Of course, we probably exploded like 2/3rds of it, but oh well.
Spark of Hope
Sargent Trila seems a little down.
Hachi Matchi, the Corrupted Bothrian fight was the most frustrating thing ever.
I was too high level for it to kill me, but I hadn’t figured out which was the interrupt skill so I couldn’t kill it.
That was right up there with the Arishok for causing hypertension.
These terraforming devices respawn so quickly, you can pretty much keep destroying the same two over and over.
That next boss beast looked like a pushover next to the Bothrian.
So these Dread guys are kinda kooky.
They might not be that stable.
I love missions where you can climb behind stuff, blow it up, and re-stealth with no one the wiser.
So apparently, the last mission in this is an “ops” one, where you can’t enter the area without like eight people.
That would have been nice to know in the first place.
I’m glad we went to the trouble of curing these things so we could kill them directly afterward.
Fun Fact: One of my favorite all-time games is Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic (Caaaarth!)
While I was looking forward to SWtOR initially, my interest died pretty quickly when I found out it was a MMORPG, since I a) have no experience playing with other people, and b) typically play games to get away from other people.
But, with the trumpeting of the “return to BioWare storytelling!” I’m willing to give it a shot for the sake of the Fallen Empire storyline.
Plus, I’ve been assured (maybe) that you can accomplish the story content solo.
While I had a free account, I guess you can’t access the new story expansions unless you’re a subscriber, so I ponied up for the Amazon Starter bundle–$40 for a 90 day subscription.
So apparently you can either start from the beginning, or make a level 60 character and go straight into the Fallen Empire expansion. Unfortunately, since I barely know how to walk around, we should probably start at the beginning.
Helloo Jedi Consular.
Master Yuon Par apparently believes in throwing you in the deep end.
How do you even fight?
I feel like making your training facility right in the middle of a gang of “Flesh Raiders” is kind of a bad idea.
Oh, some passerbys resuscitated me, but I didn’t know how to open the chat window to thank them.
THANK YOU, RANDOM RESUSCITATORS! I DON’T KNOW HOW THIS THING WORKS.
There seems to be a lot of history that the Jedi didn’t know about, until I showed up.
Hey, we got a buddy. He looks a little like a Gorn.
I’m not sure why we keep saying this one dude is totally unhinged, when it just sounds like he wants to stop people from killing his village.
Oh we’re getting a light saber!
Well now, the dude seems a little crazy, but it can’t have helped that the ancient dark Jedi just shoved all the past knowledge of the Jedi into his head.
Our lizard friend doesn’t approve of us not killing the dude, but a Jedi has to do what a Jedi has to do.
Hm. Master Yuon seems a little peaked.
Could somebody come pick Master Yuon up off the floor, please?
Ok, off to Coruscant. Bright lights, big city.
Oh man, I just got a pet Rancor, and it is the cutest.
No one ever needed the Noetikons before?
It’s ok, random Noetikon-mule-guy. I can do surgery right here on the floor.
Yuon seems a little possessed.
Every time they say “justicars,” I start looking around for Samara.
I wish you could pause this thing once in awhile.
Sure, I’ll give up my strength until I find this one guy in the universe that’s behind the plague. That shouldn’t take more than a couple millennia.
I got a ship! Oh, and it totally reminds me of the Ebon Hawk!
Oops, forgot to pick advanced specialization. Going with Jedi Shadow, with a major in Balance.