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02.14.2014 , 08:05 PM |
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That's actually really interesting - wonder if it means Marr may come down on the side of
supporting The Emperor when he returns and attempts to complete his ritual to wipe out all life in the galaxy.
I'd say it would be the opposite.
The Emperor and his ritual stands against everything Marr believes. Because as much as it would mean death, it would also mean eternal life for the Emperor whilst simultaneously destroying the Sith Order and the Empire, neither of which Marr would support. For him, "death is inevitable and necessary, a fate that only cowards waste energy avoiding" (SWTOR Encyclopedia). Plus, his sphere of influence being that of the Defense of the Empire, I'd say his goals rest firmly in ensuring the Empire as a whole's survival.
Stripped of emotions and most of his humanity, Darth Marr recognizes that his death is approaching. As his final legacy, Marr vows to ensure that the Empire is strong enough to survive long into the future.
If anything, Marr might wind up being the Emperor's greatest enemy should he return.
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