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KOTFE story is great...Except... [worst/klunkiest line]

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KOTFE story is great...Except... [worst/klunkiest line]

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nuclearmind
11.13.2015 , 04:29 PM | #41
Quote: Originally Posted by Lazproperty View Post
From what we saw this far, there's two military branch active in Zakuul, the automated Eternal Fleet, operated by sentient droids of GEMINI series (like SCORPIO), it's the naval forces, hence why they don't fight Jedi and Sith at close combat. The ground forces consist of force sensitive "Knights" which also serve as some kind of militia or royal guards for Zakuul when they aren't invading galaxies, we see them fighting alongside Arcann and Thexan in the trailer, those aren't droids, they're humans.
I see thank you for the clarification! I though Skytroopers were bots and Knights of Zakuul were force sensitives.
That actually makes more sense. I was wondering how an empire the size of Zakuul could keep churning out "droids" more advanced than Droidekas.
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Shayddow
11.13.2015 , 05:45 PM | #42
How Lana says "may the force serve you" to everyone.

Fine for her to say to other force-users. It's part of her cultural background as a Sith ... <I realize, that's part of belief system surrounding force lore - Jedi serve the force, the force serves the Sith>.
However, saying it to a smuggler, a trooper, an Imperial agent or a Mandalorian makes no sort of sense.
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ChurnChurnChurn
11.13.2015 , 08:04 PM | #43
Huh? That pretty clearly just means "may the force be with you", which you hear jedi say to non-force users all the time and non-force users to them. And both Jedi and Sith know the force flows through everything so by their viewpoint it would certainly affect your chawefdsdfwdfdf


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SithKoriandr
11.14.2015 , 01:36 AM | #44
Quote: Originally Posted by ChurnChurnChurn View Post
Huh? That pretty clearly just means "may the force be with you", which you hear jedi say to non-force users all the time and non-force users to them. And both Jedi and Sith know the force flows through everything so by their viewpoint it would certainly affect your chawefdsdfwdfdf


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I even like it better than May the Force Be with you, that Jedi use
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OldVengeance
11.14.2015 , 03:05 AM | #45
Saying "May the Force be with you" makes more sense in this context, though. Because Jedi teachings are that everyone is guided by the will of the Force, but saying "May the Force ever serve you" is specifically a reference to Sith training about how to wield the Force.

Anyway, the only really awkward dialogue I remember offhand is when Kothe asks you about Fate while searching for parts to fix the Gravestone. The only options are to disagree with him in a kind of unnecessarily hostile way, or angrily dismiss the question or agree with him in a bizarre line of dialogue that seems like it's out of a comedy. It would really only be fitting for overconfident smugglers.

"Things always seem to go my way, there's really no other explanation." I can't imagine any Jedi would ever say that, except maybe a sarcastic one.

It actually reminds me of a line from Archer. And even he sounded less self absorbed when musing on why things often go his way.

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SithKoriandr
11.14.2015 , 10:51 AM | #46
Quote: Originally Posted by OldVengeance View Post
Saying "May the Force be with you" makes more sense in this context, though. Because Jedi teachings are that everyone is guided by the will of the Force, but saying "May the Force ever serve you" is specifically a reference to Sith training about how to wield the Force.

Anyway, the only really awkward dialogue I remember offhand is when Kothe asks you about Fate while searching for parts to fix the Gravestone. The only options are to disagree with him in a kind of unnecessarily hostile way, or angrily dismiss the question or agree with him in a bizarre line of dialogue that seems like it's out of a comedy. It would really only be fitting for overconfident smugglers.

"Things always seem to go my way, there's really no other explanation." I can't imagine any Jedi would ever say that, except maybe a sarcastic one.

It actually reminds me of a line from Archer. And even he sounded less self absorbed when musing on why things often go his way.
Agreed there! I had the same issue during class convo's with companions. I had my newest Inquisitor marry Revel just because I hated hated hated how mean and awful the no response came off as I'd rather she cheated than be that mean with the no
"It's now very common to hear people say, 'I'm rather offended by that.' As if that gives them certain rights. It's actually nothing more...than a whine. 'I find that offensive.' It has no meaning; it has no purpose; it has no reason to be respected as a phrase. 'I am offended by that.' Well, so *********** what." - Stephen Fry