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Who kills Vitiate when you are playing a different class?

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Who kills Vitiate when you are playing a different class?

SteveTheCynic's Avatar

09.18.2021 , 03:23 AM | #11
Quote: Originally Posted by OldVengeance View Post
Is that explained? All I remember Geland doing in the Consular story is trying to stop the Consular from trying to free Hallow Voice.
Ugh. It's been a while since I did those stories, and I may be mixing up the JC and JK stories. Bah.
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Shayddow's Avatar

09.23.2021 , 01:54 AM | #12
You may be thinking of the "World Razer" mission, which is all Republic. (that's the rep planet story mission, not the class story)
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09.26.2021 , 08:17 AM | #13
Quote: Originally Posted by Thurgian View Post
Lana, after rescuing you, says something along the lines of "You have done amazing things, changed the galaxy, etc."

It seems to me, that the most galaxy changing event would have been the destruction of Vitiate, and everything else pales in comparison.

So who kills Vitiate when, for example, you are a bounty hunter?

What happened to that person, and why are they not longer with Kira?
Yeah, it's pretty funny when she's rescuing a smuggler or BH. They should have written different dialogue for NFU characters, maybe Lana is hard up on a hero and isn't so much rescuing you as HIRING you to be the leader of the grand alliance etc.

Many players love KOTFE/ET for the story, despite it being a terrible, utterly illogical story if you aren't a force user.
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