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I dont know why the Sith Warrior story gets so much praise

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I dont know why the Sith Warrior story gets so much praise

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Kurugi
11.04.2012 , 11:14 PM | #1
Don't get me wrong, it was good, but the high point of the whole story for me was definitely the end of chapter 1. My problem with it had more to do with I didn't like how it ended.

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generalarchie
11.05.2012 , 12:48 AM | #2
The sith warrior great class i have even played it yet a lot of killings lol love it too bad the jedi knight cant always kill people it is just how i feel

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Scathe
11.05.2012 , 01:20 AM | #3
My first character was a Sith Warrior, I made him a Marauder and I love the story. To be honest, it flows so nicely the way it happens, from start to finish it just works. If we reversed Chapters 2 and 3, then there would be no explination for

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As it stands now, the story works fine, at least for me. By the end of the Warrior story I HATED Baras enough to really want him dead. Before, I was just making fun of how he had one too many Dark Side Donuts from the Sith Krispy Kreme. Lord Fatass and his loyal servent Drahg, the future Lard King. I mean I hated him already at that point, but after everything that happens and you get contracted by the Emperor I was ready to stab him with his own lightsaber and carve up his fat like butter and serve it on toasted bread to his followers on the Dark Council.

Okay maybe I'm a little twisted, but I really hated Baras. My only regret about the story was you didn't get to hear him squeal like a piggy.
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gofortheko
11.05.2012 , 05:39 AM | #4
I disliked and wanted to kill baras from the moment I met him, (oddly I feel the same way with zash on my SI), and I loved how the story progresses and how the dynamic between you and baras changes. To me its very similar to the rule of two at least indirectly, which I love (Bane is one of my favorite characters) so it worked for me.
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MusicRider
11.05.2012 , 08:08 AM | #5
Quote: Originally Posted by generalarchie View Post
The sith warrior great class i have even played it yet a lot of killings lol love it too bad the jedi knight cant always kill people it is just how i feel
Tell that to....

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stuffystuffs
11.05.2012 , 10:57 AM | #6
Quote: Originally Posted by Kurugi View Post
Don't get me wrong, it was good, but the high point of the whole story for me was definitely the end of chapter 1. My problem with it had more to do with I didn't like how it ended.

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Morlaak
11.05.2012 , 11:31 AM | #7
I think the story was pretty straight forward, with enough twists and enough action to keep me interested through it. But what really sold it were the developed characters, specially the antagonists in Chapter 2 and 3. Pretty much every storyline with a good and defined antagonist (Chapter 1 of the smuggler comes as a prime example) was above average, while the ones that didn't build up emotions towards them (Chapter 1 of the consular) didn't.

I don't see it as the more original of all the class stories, but it didn't need to to make me enjoy it.

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Karkais
11.07.2012 , 08:22 AM | #8
What I loved in the SW story is how it made nearly everything "by the book", in classical sith fashion, and pulled it off with flying colors. (Corruption of a young jedi, lording over slaves(vette) and other inferiors, revenge, killing your master, showing off your strength, even facing your other self - etc)

For me it was less about what happened rather than it happening according to all the laws of Sithhood. That said, Baras was absolutely great. I applaud the voice actor.
"Their strength became my own. Their minds became my own. All flesh is my flesh. None move, save I will it. This is the rule the Sith were promised, and I have made it real!"
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ZirusZero
11.07.2012 , 06:04 PM | #9
At least you find your lightsaber instead of getting it as a free handout.
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Projawa
11.07.2012 , 06:35 PM | #10
The warrior story just flows really well and each act improves on the previous imo. It also has great, prominent, supporting characters: Baras, Vowrawn, Emperor's Hand and more. I realized that's a huge part of a successful story. It's the same with the agent.