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#1 10 years ago

What are your opinons on this topic? If any of you didn't know this yes..Bao-Dur died at the end of the game.




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#2 10 years ago

Well, "he probably died", would be more accurate, seeing as there's been no official word. First, a bit of background info: In cut content, when the party arrives on Citadel Station, Atton remarks that Bao-dur and HK are missing. From Bao-dur's hologram, we know that he lived long enough to find out about the Ravager (Bao is one of many to note that it was at Malachor V). However, at some point between the arrival on Telos and the arrival on Malachor, Bao-dur disappears, and probably dies. Again, in cut content, Bao-dur order's his Remote "make my sacrifice matter"--which I take to mean that Bao-dur knew he was about to die, and so made some last-minute changes to the Remote's programming, in order to insure that the Mass Shadow Generator was reactivated. As I stated elsewhere, I have two theories: The first is that Bao-dur's death was somehow related to the cut HK factory. I suspect this mainly because as I said earlier, it is noted that both Bao-dur and HK-47 are missing. The second theory is that Bao-dur dies when Atton crashes the ship (yet again) on Malachor. I'm not sure how this would be a sacrifice, but who knows what goes on in the Iridonian's head? Bao-dur disappears during the Battle of Telos in order to make those last-minute repairs to the Remote, then meets up with the Exile as she departs for Malachor. And then Atton fubars the ship again and all goes to hell.




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#3 10 years ago

Notice how in this video that Bao-Dur is not there but he is one of the Party Member Jedi.




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#4 10 years ago

GO TEAM GIZKA!!!!! Anyway... Carter did mention something about the crash on Malachor. That could've killed him. I mean the little crash on the polar plateau knocked him out cold for hours, so imagine what crashing into Malachor could do to him. Still, I don't think that's how it happened.

In my opinion, he probably died while defending Citadel station.




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#5 10 years ago

Maybe when Kreia came aboard she killed him. She took the Handmaiden she wounded Atton who knows what she did to the others. Maybe she thought Bao-Dur knew too much :clueless:




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#6 10 years ago

Nah. Remember, Bao-dur lived to see the Ravager.




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#7 10 years ago

Maybe they put him on board the Ravager and then they blew up the ship :lol:




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#8 10 years ago

:lol: I think an important question to answer here is how would Bao-dur's death be related to the HK factory, which was supposed to be a solo mission for HK-47. And if he just died in the crash, why did he reprogram the remote, and how would that be a sacrifice?




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#9 10 years ago

What about G0-T0 and the HK units on Malachor.




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#10 10 years ago

Well, the HK units were hired by G0-T0 (but not created or programmed by him, however). They all show up to stop the Remote. Presumably, G0-T0 just saw Bao-dur's plan coming, as he made some hidden alterations to the Remote's programming as well. But Bao-dur would have noticed the changes made by G0-T0. Which means G0-T0 didn't sabotage the Remote until after Bao-dur.