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Preview KotOR2 spyings at GameSpot

Saint_Proverbius

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Tags: Feargus Urquhart; Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic 2: The Sith Lords

There's a <A href="http://www.gamespot.com/xbox/rpg/kotor2/preview_6112913.html">preview</a> of <a href="http://www.lucasarts.com/games/swkotor_sithlords/">Knights of the Old Republic 2</a> on <A href="http://www.gamespot.com/">GameSpot</a>. Here's a bit on the tutorial, which sounds like a big improvement over the original game:
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<blockquote>You'll start play in much the way you began the original KOTOR, so you'll create your character in the same multistep process as before, with the standard automatic set-up options for players who are eager to dive in and play. However, you'll have two options when you start playing. You can choose to play through a "prologue" that puts you in control of T3-M4, who wakes up (or, we suppose, comes online) on the Ebon Hawk after what appears to be either a wicked rave or a near-fatal battle that's left the ship trashed. Your task as T3 is to restore power to the ship and send it to Peragus Station, a nearby mining colony, before the occupants meet an untimely demise. This sequence brings you up to speed on the various systems for exploration, combat, and interaction in the game. If you choose to bypass the prologue, you'll wake up in a kolto tank (while wearing your Skivvies) on Peragus Station in a somewhat disoriented state. Once you're free of your watery home, you'll notice other kolto tanks with less-lively occupants. In fact, these occupants are dead, so you'll be, obviously, curious as to what the heck happened.</blockquote>
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Not the <b>Feargus Station</b>?
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Limorkil

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And at what point does Jon Irenicus show up to tell me that I'm the son of Exar Kun?
 

suibhne

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Limorkil said:
And at what point does Jon Irenicus show up to tell me that I'm the son of Exar Kun?

The son of Exar Kun? Ha, ha. Silly jedi - you are Exar Kun.
 

Sol Invictus

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Sadly, putting you as the son of Exar Kun (or Darth Revan!) does make a lot of sense from a story point of view. You're either the product of Bastila and Darth Revan (if he was a guy) or Carth and Darth Revan.

Makes sense, doesn't it?
 

Sarkile

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Exitium said:
Sadly, putting you as the son of Exar Kun (or Darth Revan!) does make a lot of sense from a story point of view. You're either the product of Bastila and Darth Revan (if he was a guy) or Carth and Darth Revan.

Makes sense, doesn't it?

Not really considering your character was supposed to have been in the mandalorian war with Revan.
 

kumquatq3

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yea, not to meantion if you were a son of revan and someone he meet in K1, you would be 4-5 years old.
 

Mendoza

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Sarkile said:
Exitium said:
Sadly, putting you as the son of Exar Kun (or Darth Revan!) does make a lot of sense from a story point of view. You're either the product of Bastila and Darth Revan (if he was a guy) or Carth and Darth Revan.

Makes sense, doesn't it?

Not really considering your character was supposed to have been in the mandalorian war with Revan.

That and the fact that the sequel is only set 5 years after the first game, which would make you no older than 4 (maybe that's the twist! :roll: ). My theory is that you used to be Revan's apprentice, but disagreed with/try to stop him and got chucked out the order for it. Won't know til Feb though.
 

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