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Malavai Quinn


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lokdron
03.20.2013 , 03:58 AM | #121
Quote: Originally Posted by ddarkangel View Post
People think that being a Sith just kill and kill and kill ... It's what Tremel tries to teach when you send in that prison. Analyze the facts before making decisions simply by bloodthirsty.


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Dark Jaesa will never betray the SW you want to know why? During several conversations there were moments in her story were she could of turned on you and betray you. The SW outright tells her she should of took the opportunity to betray you as any truth sith would.

Whenever you mention this she gets - approval. She is attached to the SW since they destroyed everything she loved/cared about she has nothing left so in her insanity she latched onto you and won't let go ever.

Plus what happens during interrogating the prisoners and quinn is different. Quinn betrayed us he was a traitor from the start and when it comes to betrayal most sith nip it in the bud not "forgive" them or heck at least punish them/put them in their place like the current dark decision.
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krakadyla
03.24.2013 , 07:26 AM | #122
While Quinn's betrayal was understandable -- it was rather obvious Baras planted him into your entourage and he never hid his loyalties anyway -- your character's reaction was beyond idiotic. A typical "RRRRAAAAAGE RRRRAAAAGE KILL MAIM KILL RARRRRR!!!!" Sith would have offed him on the spot out of rage. A Sith with brains would off him out of simple self-preservation, because nothing proves the man's loyalties have changed - if anyone bought his "Oh, you choked me a little instead of choking to death as Baras would, so now I'm totally honestly switching sides honest!" spiel, please call me, I have a nice collection of bridges you might wanna buy. A Sith who's all about calculated efficiency would exterminate him for presuming two puny future scrap heaps was enough to snuff Emperor's Wrath.

Now, while he is unkillable due to MMO restrains, thing is it's not even needed - just turn him into empty shell, or a cyborg, or reprogram his personality. There, just one little scene to write and you have your healer and your revenge too. You don't even need to fix his ambient dialogue, since he behaves like an android most of the time anyway.

(I also wished that if you took him for the final confrontation, he'd side with Baras against you again, both laughing at what a gullible idiot you are. )

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bright_ephemera
03.24.2013 , 09:31 AM | #123
Quote: Originally Posted by krakadyla View Post
While Quinn's betrayal was understandable -- it was rather obvious Baras planted him into your entourage and he never hid his loyalties anyway -- your character's reaction was beyond idiotic. A typical "RRRRAAAAAGE RRRRAAAAGE KILL MAIM KILL RARRRRR!!!!" Sith would have offed him on the spot out of rage. A Sith with brains would off him out of simple self-preservation, because nothing proves the man's loyalties have changed - if anyone bought his "Oh, you choked me a little instead of choking to death as Baras would, so now I'm totally honestly switching sides honest!" spiel, please call me, I have a nice collection of bridges you might wanna buy. A Sith who's all about calculated efficiency would exterminate him for presuming two puny future scrap heaps was enough to snuff Emperor's Wrath.

Now, while he is unkillable due to MMO restrains, thing is it's not even needed - just turn him into empty shell, or a cyborg, or reprogram his personality. There, just one little scene to write and you have your healer and your revenge too. You don't even need to fix his ambient dialogue, since he behaves like an android most of the time anyway.

(I also wished that if you took him for the final confrontation, he'd side with Baras against you again, both laughing at what a gullible idiot you are. )
Thank you. I agree wholeheartedly with every point here. Whether the Warrior is smart, vicious, or both, s/he has solid reasons for offing the man.
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