Please upgrade your browser for the best possible experience.

Chrome Firefox Internet Explorer
×

Looking back at Ziost final with Master Surro w BH

STAR WARS: The Old Republic > English > Story and Lore
Looking back at Ziost final with Master Surro w BH

Iceslasher's Avatar


Iceslasher
10.22.2021 , 10:33 AM | #1
Ok , I just redid the final with my bh, I always kill master Surro with my BH , even though she is pure lightside. I have never understood why it would be darkside esp for a bh. Everyone else yeah I can see the pubs real faith in the jedi and the sith either wanting to rip her brain apart and or if light letting the jedi heal her. For a bh, I can't see them wanting to do anything but let her be at peace. Its what my hunter would want for herself, not having control and doing so many dishonourable things and seeing it all the time. I think if it had been her, she would want Torin to end it for it for her, even if she had Vitiate removed from her, just the shame of being taken over. So I don't understand why it would be darkside for a hunter. Its always puzzled me, anyone?

turbomagnus's Avatar


turbomagnus
10.22.2021 , 11:09 AM | #2
I think - emphasis on 'I think' - it's supposed to represent a mix of elements that make it 'Darkside';
1. Punishing Surro by death for what the Emperor used their body to do.
2. Refusing to accept the possibiliy that they could be helped.
3. Refusing to accept the possibility that dissection of them might help others.

Basically, it seems like the intent is that the BH isn't killing them out of mercy, but it's supposed to be revenge or even just cold-blooded murder, even if that doesn't necessarily fit with the way the BH's player might see it. (As you said.)

Iceslasher's Avatar


Iceslasher
10.24.2021 , 01:04 AM | #3
Quote: Originally Posted by turbomagnus View Post
I think - emphasis on 'I think' - it's supposed to represent a mix of elements that make it 'Darkside';
1. Punishing Surro by death for what the Emperor used their body to do.
2. Refusing to accept the possibiliy that they could be helped.
3. Refusing to accept the possibility that dissection of them might help others.

Basically, it seems like the intent is that the BH isn't killing them out of mercy, but it's supposed to be revenge or even just cold-blooded murder, even if that doesn't necessarily fit with the way the BH's player might see it. (As you said.)
never thought of it that way, or how a mandalorian would..thanks. That actually makes sense in an odd way =)