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11.07.2012 , 01:51 PM | #4
Quote: Originally Posted by redhuntinghat View Post
I find this a lot too, but I think better roleplayers CAN make this work. One must keep it to a minimum, though, to prevent "The Revan Disease"; a Sith who has a quirk or a soft spot is three dimensional, a Sith who seems like a Jedi who wandered over to Korriban is bad writing (especially for roleplaying) and makes "rare" characters feel all too common.

Somewhat similar is the red Twi'lek thing; in universe, red Twi'leks are supposed to be about as common as albino humans. Yet, some of the most common Twi'lek colors aren't even available, and Lethans (red Twi'leks) make up about 2/3 of redside Twi'leks. See here.
There's nothing really wrong with roleplaying a good-ish Sith or an evil-ish Jedi, but it can be very silly when the majority of either at any one place is one or the other.

TOR's restriction on cross-faction whispers does however severely limit the RP potential, IMO.