I dont know why the Sith Warrior story gets so much praise
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11.05.2012 , 10:57 AM |
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Don't get me wrong, it was good, but the high point of the whole story for me was definitely the end of chapter 1. My problem with it had more to do with I didn't like how it ended.
I think I would have liked the story better if chapters 2 and 3 were reversed, and you took down Baras sooner and moved on to bigger and grander things fighting the republic. I hated how much of a pest Baras was and I really wanted to be rid of his chains, and I didn't like that once you are finally rid of him it's basically "story over, thanks for playing". I wanted there to be more afterwards. I know there's going to be more added on to the story but it was just such a sudden ending, like the ending to a Rocky movie almost. You beat Baras, say a few words to the council, walk out, THE END. Close up of Rocky, Adrian, Paulie, ROLL CREDITS. I literally sat in my chair afterwards like "that...that's it? All that build up and I beat him and the exposition literally lasts less than a minute?". I earned my Darth title but didn't feel I get a chance to do anything with it. Please tell me I'm not the only one that feels this way.
I see the purpose of the SW story as showing how the SW becomes the Wrath so it kind of ends when you complete your first "Wrathly" duty (kill the False Voice Baras) and cement your claim to power as the Wrath in front of the Dark Council. I think switching Ch 2/Ch 3 would have lessened the impact of the final scenes of Ch 3. I do agree that I want to see more and think that in future stories, the Wrath will be involved with fighting the Republic/Jedi.