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02.16.2014 , 06:11 AM |
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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.
If anything, Marr might wind up being the Emperor's greatest enemy should he return.
I agree. On top of that Marr doesn't seem to be particularly faithful at all to the Emperor in the Makeb arc:
The Emperor is gone, dying if not dead, no matter what our propagandists say. He will not be mourned.
Now is our chance to reforge in the flames of battle--to reshape the into a image of unity and strength.
Marr doesn't seem all too concerned that the Emperor is dead, perhaps even relieved. He sees it as a chance to take control and reassign the Empire's priorities, and do away with this mindless worship to an "apathetic Emperor."
Very Malgus-esque. They would have liked eachother.
"No game of dejarik can be won without pawns... and this may prove to be a very long game."
Waiting in the Dark
& Part Two:
A Fragile Alliance