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IA Storyline, "Dark Meeting" with Lord Jadus

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IA Storyline, "Dark Meeting" with Lord Jadus

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Darkyievador
12.28.2011 , 05:59 PM | #1
At the end of the conversation Lord Jadus asks to bow before him and if you don't, you are getting killed and obviously not working for him.

I wonder what happens if you do bow - do you get any other special quests or rewards? Is the choice of bowing or not important for upcoming story or it doesn't change anything?

Thanks!

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NephilimNexus
12.28.2011 , 08:40 PM | #2
As always, there is only an illusion of choice. In the end, you actions change nothing in the Almighty Plot.

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CommanderTeroh
12.28.2011 , 09:11 PM | #3
I chose to work for Jadus. I was then sent to kill darth zhorrid? And am the in with the man jadus himself now acting as his instrument.

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Darkyievador
12.29.2011 , 01:29 AM | #4
thanks for your feedbacks.

so there is a difference in the plotline, as I didn't get that kill mission now:-(.

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AndiAutospy
12.29.2011 , 06:05 AM | #5
oddly enough darth jadus died in my story line like the mission after his cruise ship with his enterouge was blown up and his crazy daughter takes over intellegence

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Rhyltran
12.29.2011 , 10:51 AM | #6
Quote: Originally Posted by NephilimNexus View Post
As always, there is only an illusion of choice. In the end, you actions change nothing in the Almighty Plot.
Not really. There's like four different endings for the agent. So no illusion.

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Jedikillar
05.24.2012 , 05:26 PM | #7
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I chose to work for Jadus. I was then sent to kill darth zhorrid? And am the in with the man jadus himself now acting as his instrument.
no thats later in the story not this mission. this mission is on dromund kaas.

having both bowed and not bowed(tho its hard for me not to. i just feel defiant to the sith and their supremecy everytime i play an agent), there is no difference, except you dont die. im sure youve prob completely forgotten about this thread by now but still just thought id put this out there.
Ancient weapons and hokey religions are no match for a dagger in your back.
"The Sith grew past the use of lightsabers. But we continue to use them, if only to humiliate the Jedi."
―Darth Sidious

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frobalt
05.25.2012 , 01:49 AM | #8
Quote: Originally Posted by Jedikillar View Post
no thats later in the story not this mission. this mission is on dromund kaas.

having both bowed and not bowed(tho its hard for me not to. i just feel defiant to the sith and their supremecy everytime i play an agent), there is no difference, except you dont die. im sure youve prob completely forgotten about this thread by now but still just thought id put this out there.
I'm glad you answered that, as I was wondering that myself.


I chose not to bow and was surprised that it actually killed me to be honest.

Although was funny to see it show in the chat log that I cast 'kill self' or something. :P

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VerrKol
05.27.2012 , 02:32 AM | #9
I can't recall exactly what happened to my IA definitely didn't bow. He's loyal to intelligence, not the Sith.

I haven't tried it any other way so I can't speak for what the other options have.
"So this is how liberty dies...with thunderous applause." Padme Amidala

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Path-x
05.27.2012 , 04:21 AM | #10
Okay I decided to work for him so he obviously let me go. But you guys are saying that if you don't, he kills you. How does that work??? Are you getting cloned or what?

Also I have heard that you can arrest him.
Jedi: You won the day, Sith. So, kill me if you must.
Warrior: I must.