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Jedi Knight Ending.


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Inzuher
01.02.2013 , 02:23 PM | #11
Quote: Originally Posted by Warcrarian View Post
Wow... What a stupid choice to change the whole story just for stupids QQ's... Well thanks guys
Totally agree... And it is bloody annoying!
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SithKoriandr
01.02.2013 , 03:53 PM | #12
Quote: Originally Posted by Warcrarian View Post
You don't get any DS points for that.
The devs are killing their own game, If you want the Master tittle then play Light Side just as simple as that. You want to be "bad" whit a jedi? Those are the consequences for being dark side.
Agreed! For all the speeches of "this is your storyline" then by making those choices, your character wouldn't obtain such and such.

Why would the counsel give you the title of Master, if they wouldn't think you worthy of it? And being so tempted by the Dark Side, one wouldn't be worthy of the Master title. They're not saying be perfect light siders, they're saying, "Hey, you go a bit to far for our order."

Though, as George Lucas has said Jedi aren't celebate, but the order says no attachments, I take that to mean, they sleep around and avoid the commitment.

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Andronicos
01.02.2013 , 03:54 PM | #13
Maybe what they could have done is if you are light side, you get a seat on the council along with the Master title, if Darkside just the master title, that way Kira can tell you how you would be on the council if you were less of a maverick

Although I think the original General title was bloody great and sucks it got changed , hopefully one day they will add the "High General" title that Obi-Wan has during the Clone Wars.
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Lu-Wan
01.02.2013 , 10:02 PM | #14
The real kicker here is that you don't get the option to switch sides at the end if you're darkside. That is something they need to badly fix.
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Lu-Wan
01.02.2013 , 10:12 PM | #15
Quote: Originally Posted by errant_knight View Post
This is the same reason you get no darkside points for having a relationship as a knight. It is also why you can't tell companions to leave or kill them, even when it would be in character to do so. People acted like idiots, slaughtered each and every one, then complained that they couldn't play because they had no companions.
You shouldn't get darkside points for falling in love, nor should you get lightside points for choosing to break it off. It is so stupid how everyone assumes that because it's the Jedi Code that says you can't fall in love means that the light side of the Force doesn't want Jedi to love either. The Jedi Code and the lightside of the Force are two totally different entities. The Jedi Code is based out of an interpretation of what the lightside is, it is not a manual for following the path. All well, I suppose this is an issue to be handled for a Star Wars series that takes place post Battle of Endor. You know, when Luke, Grand Master of the New Order marries Mara Jade.
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Lu-Wan
01.02.2013 , 10:15 PM | #16
Sorry, forgot to mention the whole Kyle Katarn story where he set out to destroy his enemies using the Force because he thought they killed his girl friend and ends up offering to have them join the lightside. Oh and at then end before Kyle decides whether or not to become a full blown Jedi, he and Jan run off on a little vacation. Yes, having love and romance as a Jedi is bad because if you turn out to be a weak, punk a**, b**** like Anakin, you'll turn to the darkside.
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Surinen
01.03.2013 , 01:29 AM | #17
Quote: Originally Posted by Lu-Wan View Post
You shouldn't get darkside points for falling in love, nor should you get lightside points for choosing to break it off. It is so stupid how everyone assumes that because it's the Jedi Code that says you can't fall in love means that the light side of the Force doesn't want Jedi to love either. The Jedi Code and the lightside of the Force are two totally different entities. The Jedi Code is based out of an interpretation of what the lightside is, it is not a manual for following the path. All well, I suppose this is an issue to be handled for a Star Wars series that takes place post Battle of Endor. You know, when Luke, Grand Master of the New Order marries Mara Jade.
well, people usually tend to glorify "love" as a supreme feeling, in fact that is a feeling that leads to procreation and its proccess is very much similar to a sickness, for a Jedi who must be in control of his emotions and stay calm above all else Love is simply forbidden, because you cannot be in love without losing part of your rationalism. Brain is literally bombarded, well in human case, dont know how other Star Wars species would react - but whole Luke love thing is simply white knightish, totally out of Jedi Code sight
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FINNT
01.03.2013 , 03:23 AM | #18
Yep, but growing as a person means to me that you can use reason instead of instincts and emotions.

If you can't help your loved one(s) of course it will feel very bad, but really mature person can handle and process this without "falling out of character". Maybe they wouldn't want to live anymore but at least they wouldn't go into murdering rampage and betray everything.
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Rincewend
01.03.2013 , 03:49 AM | #19
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And now they want "Emperor's Wrath" back. Go figure *shrug* but really, so many great titles were cut and when they made sense, too, in relation to the various storylines. Ah well.

@errant_knight: if you're a female JK you do get DS points for pursuing the romance arc (I've heard male JKs get nada, don't know if that's true or not?)
They want it back because most of the people who were complaining are gone now, likely did not make it to even 1.2. What is left now is F2P and some of the hard core players. The really upsetting thing is they blanded down so many of the storys to make those people happy and they are not even here.

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Surinen
01.03.2013 , 04:13 AM | #20
Quote: Originally Posted by FINNT View Post
Yep, but growing as a person means to me that you can use reason instead of instincts and emotions.

If you can't help your loved one(s) of course it will feel very bad, but really mature person can handle and process this without "falling out of character". Maybe they wouldn't want to live anymore but at least they wouldn't go into murdering rampage and betray everything.
physical maturity exists, any other is just a silly mumbling of adults who combine some social existence values into account. Every person in love is a highly disturbed being, especially in the first phase of "love", later when there is mostly attachement it looks different but that "love love" is a horrible experience I presume. I think we should also take Force into account, Force users percieve emotions in a different way, good example is a kiss between Jedi Knight and Kira, if a kiss is such a ruckus then Love must drive them crazy and that exaplains Anakin's behaviour. After all what are rules, orders and governments in comparison to the fate of the beloved ones with whom they gonna share their everyday lives and who are the most important people to them, betrayal seems like a little thing.
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