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Sinemetu's Avatar

12.22.2011 , 05:53 PM | #11
Watcher 2 becomes the new keeper and you get sent into deep cover as a double agent. You have to fight Jadus a few times while you rig his ship to blow. I don''t know what happens if you opt to give him the control codes and try to kill him, but for me he ended up escaping.
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hrelas's Avatar

12.22.2011 , 07:52 PM | #12
I ended up, against my better judgement, to sacrifice a few million people to get to Jadus. I've hated that decision ever since. It really gets to me. But then.. In act 2 I get to be "traumatized" xD

VicturusTeSaluto's Avatar

12.23.2011 , 03:11 AM | #13
i would like to hear more about what happens if you side with jadus. do you turn on watcher two? at the least i bet she would be pissed. im tempted to see what happens and side with jadus this time, but i really dislike him so i dont know if i want to work for him

Reeny's Avatar

12.23.2011 , 03:46 AM | #14
What happens if u stop Jadus by killing all those millions of people?
What happens?


MagicalZero's Avatar

12.23.2011 , 08:30 AM | #15
Quote: Originally Posted by Reeny View Post
What happens if u stop Jadus by killing all those millions of people?
What happens?

There's a bunch of distress calls playing while you're sabotaging the ship, which was pretty cool. Then you're forced into a boss fight with Jadus who turns out to be a level 32 elite that my Operative can curbstomp without even using a companion. Talk about ruining your enigmatic villain. Why did I just sacrifice hundreds of thousands to 'capture' this epic gimp? Second only to the emperor in force power, hurr, or in other words slightly weaker than a random heroic 4-man thug from Alderaan. Then you trap Jadus in a force field, Sith fleet shows up, he's 'captured' off-screen, you leave, and well that's it. You don't even get to see anyone else from the dark council, nor do you talk to anyone about your choice. Keeper is promoted to minister of intelligence, watcher 2 becomes new keeper. You're also sent on some bizarre "leave", which involves talking to a quartermaster(no dialogue) on the sith fleet and... That's it. I have no idea what that was about. Then chapter 2 begins.

I thought it would be the most dramatic option, but it's just incredibly unsatisfying and pointless. Maybe it's referenced later on or something but I'm not going to hold my breath. Also on another note, they completely gave away the twist by calling the mission "a new epoch of terror" which was pretty much a direct quote from Jadus, so you knew what was coming before even setting off for the ship. It's still a very cool finale but I can't help but feel disappointed.

Reeny's Avatar

12.23.2011 , 12:36 PM | #16
Thanks for the info!

Wonder what would Darth Zorrid think
Psychotic woman...

lawlimbad's Avatar

12.23.2011 , 01:36 PM | #17
I chose to side with darth jadus thinking id get something cool out of it, NOPE NOTHING COOL! Plus I didnt know that dialogue option would make me turn in watcher two, JUST AFTER I HAD SEX WITH HER?! Not cool IA....not cool.

Honestly though after I made that decision i was like **** I want to redo that, now I feel like my storyline is ruined :/ but from what I read its just context that will change because of that action?

If thats true im both happy and sad, happy it hasnt ruined my game, sad finding out either way it has no actual effect on the game.

VicturusTeSaluto's Avatar

12.23.2011 , 03:31 PM | #18
any other thoughts? bioware has really made a good game if i cant decide what to do... tempted to just follow the same route as beta and fight jadus just to see whats changed if anything.

fixit's Avatar

12.23.2011 , 03:55 PM | #19
Quote: Originally Posted by MagicalZero View Post
Then you're forced into a boss fight with Jadus who turns out to be a level 32 elite that my Operative can curbstomp without even using a companion.
What spec were you, I died 3x trying to do him as heal spec agent and ended fight with a sliver of health. Not bad at the class/spec and beaten many 2-4 man heroic quests along the way to 50; it was by far the most challengin encounter out of all the 'solo' quests. He ripped up my companion super fast, spent more time tryin to heal my self than DPSin. Won fight by kiting in circle usin the two sides so he had to path long way around. I did this encounter in beta and had much the same experience. Been heals, I only had one interrupt which made things difficult.

As to the choices, I went with keeper 2s plan. After that I was sent on mission(s) to do double agent arc involving the SiS with keeper 2 and the watchers. Going this route put me at odds with the dark council at times.....but didn't have any impact on the very last arc. Really sad story is over though, so now all left to do is clean up non-story quests and do dailies; hopefulley they add more......

Now this all intrigues me with the what if's...becoming Hand of Jadus sounds more interesting. Is the main arc goes in a different direction? Gah, might have to level up another Agent to 50 just to see if it's completely different.

Jaargo's Avatar

12.23.2011 , 06:29 PM | #20
I sided with Jadus. He said I would be his hand, but there's no title that you get to display with your name. =/

At the start of chapter 2 it acted like intelligence was on the hunt for some unknown reason. It seems to be ignoring that he is the new head of the new Dark Council. I don't get it. =/