Interesting Questions, Facts and Information
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Interesting Questions, Facts, and Information
Knights of the Old Republic
Carth. Carth Onasi will only love you if you go light side. If you are dark, he will run off and swear that he will save you. The romance with Carth however, is a side plot. It is good to do it though because it is quite amusing what can happen (especially if you are a guy and you choose a female character).
Bastila. Bastila becomes your new apprentice and you become the Lord of the Sith once again. Canderous returns back to Dxun and becomes the new Mandalore. Carth becomes the new Admiral of the Republic in Dodanna's place, and Juhani is killed.
Bastila. This is where you can either kill Bastila, or turn her back to the light side in which case she will love you forever. Killing her however would be a very unwise decision. If you turn her to the light, then she will use her battle meditation to tip the scales on the Republic's side.
Darth Revan. HK-47 is an assassin droid that you have to buy on Tatooine. HK-47's memory core had been wiped, but he returns to you when you discover that you are Darth Revan. This is ironic because his master before he was sold at the Ithorian's shop was indeed Darth Revan.
Race Bonds. Unlike Swoop Racing on Manaan, Motta the Hut on Tatooine will give you Race Bonds. Race Bonds are worth 60 credits each and you can earn some serious dough.
Matale Grounds. Although Casus was killed in the Matale grounds, he was killed by Kath Hounds, not the Matales. It says so in his datapad. Unfortunatly, Nurik Sandral is unwilling to believe it.
Master Dorak. Master Dorak will tell you the tales of Revan and the Mandalorian Wars. It is important to listen to him to get a better understanding of the game because the history will often affect your decisions in the game. He will also determine which type of Jedi Knight you are to become, and what color lightsaber yours should be.
Undercity. You can find the serum from the body of a sith soldier in the undercity close to the sewers entrence. If you want to be a light character, take the serum to Zelka in the Medical Facility. He will grant you free healing from then on. If you want money, take it to Zax in the lower city for a Dark Side point.
Battle Meditation. Battle Meditation is a rare power that can easily win key battles. When allies are inspired, their form is perfect, so they fight better, and when enemies are crippled, they lose their will to fight. Often times, that is all that it takes to turn the tides in ones favor in a battle. Bastila used that power in the Battle of the Star Forge. Whether or not she used them for the Republic or the Sith is for you to decide when playing the game.
Darth Bandon. Darth Bandon was Darth Malak's apprentice. He was origionally a jedi, but his anger clouded his thoughts and was eventually turned to the dark side of the force. He was a powerful apprentice, but he was too proud and it cost him his life.
Galactic Basic. Although being a Twil'ek herself Mission does indeed speak Basic. Mission moved to Taris with her brother and, when her brother left to start mining on Tatooine, she befriended Zaalbar, moved to the lower city and operated closely with the Hidden Bek swoop gang against the Black Vulgers who terrorized the lower city.
Nal Hutta. The most famous Hutt is Jabba, but the Hutts appear in both "Knights of the Old Republic 1 and 2" and are all, like the rest of their species, involved in criminal activities. Nar Shada'a orbits Nal Hutta and is a base for exchanged criminal activity throughout the galaxy. The infamous GO-TO operates from here.
A gravity well on Malachor V. The ship is called the Ravenger and it is destroyed by the Mandalorians at Telos. The ship is recovered from a gravity well created after the activation of the mass gravity generator used to destroy the surface of Malachor V and Nihilus uses it to escape imprisonment on Malachor V.
Admiral Saul Kareth. The Leviathon serves as Malak's flagship but is captained by Kareth. The Leviathon is an Interdictor ship and is equipped with a tractor beam which is used to capture the Ebon Hawk. It also acts as the command ship over Taris and aids in the destruction of the planet's surface.
Manaan. Manaan is an aquatic planet with one spaceport: Ahto City. The planet of Mannaan is considered neutral territory in the war and the Selkath severely control the release of Kolto and threaten to destroy the Kolto if they are attacked by the Sith or the Republic.
Admiral Dodonna. Admiral Dodonna is in command of the Republic fleet who launched an assault on the Star Forge in orbit of the Rakatan home world and is accompanied by Master Vandar who plans to launch Snub fighters with a squad of Jedi Knights who board the Star Forge and hold the Docking bay while you try to stop Revan. The Star Forge was destroyed after its stabilizers were destroyed by the Republic Task Force and it fell out of orbit.
3C-FD. 3C-FD is crucial when piloting to Peragus and together with T3-M4 repairs the Ebon Hawk so it can reach the mining station. Unfortunately while playing as T3-M4 you can see that 3C-FD has been damaged beyond repair and is locked in a security room on Peragus station.
Anchorhead. Anchorhead is a mining spaceport run by Czerka. Anchorhead is a mining outpost and is situated next to the Dune sea it is extremely costly to continue and looks close to closure. It is under attack from Sand People but it is home to the local Jawas on Tatooine.
Sojourn. The Sojourn is Admiral Onasi's flagship, and is dispatched to investigate the disappearance of the Harbinger as well as the destruction of Peragus. It is also the first Republic warship to respond to the Sith attack on Citadel Station on Telos.
Nar Shaddaa. In the Pazaak Den, you find the best Pazaak players of Nar Shaddaa. You need a password to get in. You can find a droid and a Twi'lek who both want to play Pazaak with you.
a Sith. Visas' old master was the great Sith Lord, Darth Nihilus. Later your character is her master, after you destroyed Nihilus on a spaceship.
Dxun. Kelborn is a great Mandalorian warrior. Most of the Mandalorians live on Dxun, the moon where the Mandalorian Wars started. The Ebon Hawk lands on that moon to avoid a huge spaceship battle.
Hanharr. You have to fight him with Mira when you are trapped on Nar Shaddaa and you also have to fight Hanharr with her on Malachor V, when looking for your character. If you play the dark side, you do the same, but then you have control over Hanharr and you have to fight Mira.
Korriban. A Hssiss is an animal who hunts you on Korriban, while you're on your way to the Sith Academy. The Hssiss is always stealthed, that means you only can see them in battle.
Darth Sion. When you leave Peragus for the first time, you see Sion cutting Kreia's hand off. You have to face him later in the game and more than once. Darth Nihilus is the Sith Lord with the weird mask. Malak is someone who your character worked for in the past and Darth Vader is the bad guy who only appears in the movies.
Ebon Hawk. When you have to go to another planet, you travel with the Ebon Hawk. The game also starts on the Ebon Hawk: You have to complete missions with the droid T3M4.
red. Atris is the Jedi Master on Telos who trains the Handmaiden. If you choose the dark side, you have to fight Atris after killing the other Jedi Master. She uses a red lightsaber in the fight if she is a dark jedi.
Nar Shaddaa. Mira is the red haired huntress. If you are on Nar Shaddaa, playing the light side you get Mira. If you play the dark side, you will travel with the Wookie, Hanharr.
Assassin. Assassin Droids are made for killing which HK loves to do. Though HK is gold, there are silver versions of HK named HK-50 in "Knights of the Old Republic 2".
Poachers. Jolee is a Jedi who went into exile. If you stop poachers he will help you find the Star Map on Kashyyyk.
Dark Side. Juhani killed her master while training and left the Jedi enclave on Dantooine. You are sent to find her. When you do you can either turn her to the light side or kill her.