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I'm sure that anyone who watched Episode 2 was initially puzzled by the whole confusing Sifo Dyas/Count Dooku thing, I know I was! Well here is a bit of explanation for that whole part of the story, taken from Wookieepedia:
Sifo-Dyas was once a good friend of fellow Jedi Master Dooku, and had the gift of precognition. Sometime before 32 BBY, he predicted that the Galactic Republic would face war. To defend the Republic, he secretly commissioned a clone army on Kamino. Prior to this, Dooku had left the Jedi Order, and had fallen in league with Darth Sidious. He was told by the Sith Master about Sifo-Dyas' actions, and Sidious also revealed that they could use the clone army for their own ends. As a final test of his allegiance to the dark side of the Force, Dooku murdered Sifo-Dyas and took control of the project for himself. It was Sidious' true intention to use Sifo-Dyas only as a dead-end cover for Palpatine's plot to use the clone army.
For more info, check out the Wookieepedia Article on Sifo-Dyas.Anyway, now the background is covered, let's get on with the review!Obviously there isn't much source material for Sifo-Dyas apart from a couple of small pictures as shown in the Wookieepedia article above, so the author has done a good job of recreating this mysterious character! Whilst the face is a little blurry and could certainly do with a bit more detail, he does definitely look like the few pictures of Sifo-Dyas that exist. There are two versions that are directly accessible from the skin selection menu, and the main difference between these two is the hair. One of the skins has hair resting over his collarbones, Qui-Gon style, and the other has his hair resting on his back instead. The former could do with some more work, as the hair just doesn't look right the way it is textured over the front of the skin. The latter however looks much better and this is the one I prefer.There are also hooded and robed versions, although these apparently aren't available from the skin selection menu. This is definitely something I think should be changed for next time around, because it is needlessly inconvenient having to pull the console down to type in the commands to get these extra skins. For your reference however, here are all the commands for the various skins:/model sifodyas/default/model sifodyas/defaultalt/model sifodyas/robe/model sifodyas/hood/model sifodyas/hoodtotalA big plus though is that these skins have some cool custom sounds, which I presume were recorded by the author himself and which actually sound really good and fit with the oriental theme of the character perfectly!Lastly I also think these skins need team support, which I always believe is an important part of any skin!Overall though this is a well made skin and an original idea. I would love to see more obscure characters like Sifo-Dyas made into skins! While this is a good set of skins, I do think there are a few improvements that could me made, as listed above. Apart from those things though, good work here mate, keep it up! :)New Sounds: YesBot Support: NoTeam Support: No~Nozyspy~