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Fyurii

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#161 12 years ago
Narcoleptic_Ninja;4256658Pappy's spirit transferrence was a very hard to use and forbidden technique. Also I guess no one but him knew about it. Thank god, cause I thought it was knida stupid.

Didn't stop it being used again..... Marka Ragnos anybody? As stupid as it is, it's only one thing in the whole myriad of frown inducing things that have been introduced into the Star Wars "mythos" over the years. Like it or lump it, it's here to stay. Sometimes I wish that Star Wars would undergo it's own version of the "Crisis of Infinite Earths" that DC had to redo all it's canon.




JCarter426

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#162 12 years ago
Fyurii;4256815Sometimes I wish that Star Wars would undergo it's own version of the "Crisis of Infinite Earths" that DC had to redo all it's canon.

I can understand where you're coming from, but remember that Crisis nearly put DC out of business. :lookaround:




Narcoleptic_Ninja

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#163 12 years ago
Fyurii;4256815Didn't stop it being used again..... Marka Ragnos anybody? As stupid as it is, it's only one thing in the whole myriad of frown inducing things that have been introduced into the Star Wars "mythos" over the years. Like it or lump it, it's here to stay. Sometimes I wish that Star Wars would undergo it's own version of the "Crisis of Infinite Earths" that DC had to redo all it's canon.

Really? I thought Marka Ragnos used a differrent technique. Otherwise why didn't he use it again try to posess Korr? I mean I guess Jaden could've been too strong in the Force and just getting his ass kicked severly weakened Ragnos.

Also Sith aren't big on the whole 'forbidden' technique thing.




JCarter426

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#164 12 years ago

Marka Ragnos' case was completely different. Whe Tales of the Jedi was made, it was assumed that all Jedi--dark or light--became Force ghosts upon death. When KOTOR was made, BioWare decided to stick with that, as evidenced by the spirit of Ajunta Pall. But when JK3 was made...well, I'm not sure what the hell they were going for.




LUKASS

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#165 12 years ago

Revan all the way only think i don't like on him is that he turns to the dark side in the 2 one

i always liked the good side more and the ending was way more cool on the good side then the bad side so i vote for Revan as the good ending