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#1 6 years ago

Not being able to play TOR I have been reading up on Revan, the Jedi Exile and the Sith Emperor.

My question is this: What do you think happened to Revan and the Sith Emperor? In my eyes neither have died.




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[COLOR=SeaGreen]Meetra Surik (The Exile) was killed in a duel with the Emperor, the duel that left Revan in stasis for the next 300 years. Meetra (in spirit form) stayed with Revan to keep him company, and to preserve his strength and sanity. After being freed, Revan again confronted the Emperor, and again failed. At the end of the battle, Revan disappeared in a bright flash of light. There was no trace as to his whereabouts. Although not confirmed, it is possible that Revan willingly decided give up his physical body, to become one with the Force. In this way, he would be much more powerful, and better able to fulfill his plans of taking down the Emperor. This explains why there were indications to him still being alive, but his never actually being captured again. Of course, it is also possible that he escaped using a little known technique in The Force to travel through subspace to another location entirely, a location where his security would allow him time to rebuild his strength, and his army. The Sith Emperor's supposed death was only the body he inhabited. Echoed by Sidious thousands of years after, the spirit left the body, and entered another. [/COLOR]


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#3 6 years ago

Granyaski;5614285Not being able to play TOR I have been reading up on Revan, the Jedi Exile and the Sith Emperor.

My question is this: What do you think happened to Revan and the Sith Emperor? In my eyes neither have died.

Revan either becomes one with the force or uses the force to travel through time (Luke learned this ability), it's unclear which one it is. My guess would be travelling through time though, I doubt Bioware has the balls to actually bring Revan to an end.

As for the Sith Emperor? It's uncertain who it is. Only an elite group know who the Emperor is. They do tell someone though (that someone being a Sith Warrior) that he is very weak. That's as much as they say.

NEVERMIND, I decided to Google it to see if anyone knows. Apparently during the time of SWTOR, a Sith called "Vitiate" is the Emperor, and has been for 1300 years (I'll mention that I never played KotOR enough to know if he was mentioned in those games). But there is no information on him other than that.

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#4 6 years ago
Schofield;5614493Revan either becomes one with the force or uses the force to travel through time (Luke learned this ability), it's unclear which one it is. My guess would be travelling through time though, I doubt Bioware has the balls to actually bring Revan to an end.

"Flow-walking", yes. However, if I recall correctly, this was not actual "time travel". It was more a peek into the past through the Force--you cannot change past events with this ability permanently; if you do happen to change something, the Force corrects it.




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[COLOR=SeaGreen]He is not mentioned in either game. He may be physically weak, but it is only because of his age. Much like Sion and Nihilus, he too holds himself together with the Force. As for his Force abilities, he is so incredibly strong, that he can cloak his presence at will, and can also summon the Force without the need for hand gestures. Normally, his eyes are black. When he goes into a fury, and taps into the Force, it is only then that his eyes flash red. [/COLOR]

Totes;5614496"Flow-walking", yes. However, if I recall correctly, this was not actual "time travel". It was more a peek into the past through the Force--you cannot change past events with this ability permanently; if you do happen to change something, the Force corrects it.

[COLOR=SeaGreen]Not time travel. The books indicate that he actually folded space itself. He was traveling through subspace. [/COLOR]


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Master Lindale;5614498[COLOR=SeaGreen]As for his Force abilities, he is so incredibly strong, that he can cloak his presence at will, and can also summon the Force without the need for hand gestures.[/COLOR][/QUOTE]

I believe Luke was similarly as powerful. He has demonstrated such power as recently as 40ABY, during the Legacy of the Force series, against Jacen Solo.

I realize this isn't exactly on-topic, I'm just making chit-chat. :)

[QUOTE=Master Lindale;5614498] [COLOR=SeaGreen]Not time travel. The books indicate that he actually folded space itself. He was traveling through subspace. [/COLOR]

That is astounding! I didn't realize that before.




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#7 6 years ago

You know that's what time travel is right? Travelling through subspace to get to a different dimension. Time is a dimension. =p




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#8 6 years ago

But Flow-walkers aren't actually there in the past time period...unless Revan actually managed to physically do it.




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#9 6 years ago

[COLOR=SeaGreen]The way I see it, time travel would be going forward or back in time, like me going back to yesterday. What the books say Revan did is like me simply transporting myself to Grany's house. [/COLOR]


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