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More Evidence of Genocide

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01.27.2012 , 04:39 PM | #11
Quote: Originally Posted by LukeDanger View Post
Revan has always been a well intentioned extremist. He has the right intentions, but he goes ab-so-lutely nuts trying to implement them. I mean, take any Trooper who's friendly with Elara; if I'm reading what HK said right, even she'd be a target for the droids because she probably has some actual Sith species somewhere up the bloodline (you can't have a primarily human Empire with what, 98% of your people with Sith descent unless it phases out really fast).

As for the Great Hyperspace War; can't comment, but Revan at least was always the guy who was willing to do what it took. A bit like Anakin, in a sense, falling towards the Dark Side because he's trying to protect something. The Foundary was Revan's initiative, and I'd bet my Vanguard's shielding that Garza was the one who set him up with all that Republic support; she's definitely in the 'extreme' camp as far as fighting the Sith is concerned.

The fact that Republic players don't get a hint that he's going to go do this is a sad thing, as I think a version of the Foundry would be an epic piece for the Republic players: Do they support this effort which throws the morals of the Republic and will cause more civilian casualties than the Empire has caused, probably, or go with him in hopes that it'll save countless more? Plus, it'd be the one time likely that the Light Side option would be to pistol whip/saber bonk someone in that scenario.
It would be a good dark side/ light side choice for Republic players on whether to or not help Revan's genocide.

Admittedly I to was surprised that such a large percent of the Sith Empire still had any traces of Sith blood in them (although most of the empire is Human, their are a few Aliens in the Empire that should at least make up more than 5 percent of the total population). I mean the Sith Purebloods are supposed to be near extinct at this point. In a weird way that sort of gives me hope that later on things that are extinct may be able to return to the world.

I mostly play on the Empire side, but regardless of in game or out of game I always considered Genocide to be an unforgivable crime. I suppose this foundry flashpoint just struck a cord at the time and I over reacted.