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Mara Jade Skywalker wrote:
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I'm not a fan of Karpyshyn's writing but I've read the Bane Trilogy and Revan and Revan is by far my favorite.


Oh, good! This excites me for the book, because I was a little worried. I enjoyed Path of Destruction, but the others were kind of "Meh" to me. Will probably be reading Revan within the next couple weeks.


They were 'meh' to you? I loved them!
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Finally finished this.

It was great for the most part but with a bit of an open ending. Without giving anything away does anyone think there will be another Revan novel?

Have to say Scourge was a great character.
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Finally finished this.

It was great for the most part but with a bit of an open ending. Without giving anything away does anyone think there will be another Revan novel?

Have to say Scourge was a great character.


Revan's story continues in TOR.


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Finally finished this.

It was great for the most part but with a bit of an open ending. Without giving anything away does anyone think there will be another Revan novel?

Have to say Scourge was a great character.


Revan's story continues in TOR.


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Does Revan's story end in TOR? Do you get to kill the Emperor in the game?

I'm ready for game spoilers Cool
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Does Revan's story end in TOR? Do you get to kill the Emperor in the game?

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Does Revan's story end in TOR? Do you get to kill the Emperor in the game?

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Do we know which is canon?
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I would imagine all of it. They aren't mutually exclusive; the Republic one happens before the Imperial one and has to happen before the Imperial one.

By splitting the factions, they've eliminated the "dark side" stuff from being non-canon, because now it's the Sith doing that and it's not mutually exclusive with the Jedi storylines.

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I find it curious how powerful these ancient Sith are in the KOTOR era, such as Sion, Nihilus, and the Emperor, considering that it seems like whenever someone from this era (or earlier) somehow survives to the film saga era, they're not even given the dignity of being dispatched by someone of significance, but are ignobly dispatched by some scrub. For instance, Exar Kun by a bunch of barely trained Jedi and Arden Lyn by Laddinare Torbin (who?).


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I find it curious how powerful these ancient Sith are in the KOTOR era, such as Sion, Nihilus, and the Emperor, considering that it seems like whenever someone from this era (or earlier) somehow survives to the film saga era, they're not even given the dignity of being dispatched by someone of significance, but are ignobly dispatched by some scrub. For instance, Exar Kun by a bunch of barely trained Jedi and Arden Lyn by Laddinare Torbin (who?).


Judging by your coments, plus what I have seen on YouTube didn't Revan & Emperor kinda
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What suprises me is how

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EDIT: If the above holds true, then same goes for Revan.
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Im glad to hear that Very Happy
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