Jedi Females more susceptible to Dark Side of the force..
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05.08.2012 , 11:11 AM |
Jaesa Willsaam - Can be made to fall to the Dark Side.
Ashara Zavros - Can't be turned but instead kind of "grey", never gives up calling herself a Jedi.
Nadia Grell - Romanceable, but doesn't fall to the Dark Side (that I know of).
Kira - Romanceable, but doesn't fall to the Dark Side (that I know of).
So of the four female Force-using companions... 1 can be turned for sure, 1 joins with a Dak Sider for her own reasons and never gives up being what she sees as an ideal Jedi, the other two start and stop as Jedi albeit ones that (like their male counterparts... the players) break the rules with a romance.
Heck, the idea of a female character (Ashara) being strong enough to forge her own path despite the twin influences of the Inquisitor on one side (give in to the dark side!!!!!) and the Jedi on the other (be a good girl now) I think is a remarkable needle to thread. I only wish more of her backstory and rationale for joining the SI were explored... it felt rushed and generally unsatisfying.
- Just an aging geek that remembers seeing Ep4 in the theater as a kid and knows that Han shot first!