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First off, I thought this issue was kind of neat. It was very different, and that was one of the reasons I liked it. They didn't kill the badguy for a change. In fact they actually arrested the badguy. Also, the badguy wasn't a through and through evil villain. Dorjander was a Jedi who got sidetracked on a vendetta, and was quite ready to throw himself to the dark side. Zayne called his bluff and made use of that small shred of decency that Kace still has.
I admit, it was a risky move for the issue cause it was very anti-climatic. People like seeing death, violence, and action. It's all good drama. It provokes emotions. What John did was very non-traditional for Star Wars. But, for me, I thought it was very true to the characters.
As for the arc being a waste of time and nothing happened, you could say that. But then again, Zayne had an adventure (which is pretty much what the whole KOTOR series is about: adventures of Zayne), and furthermore Zayne changed a little. He's maturing more and gaining more wisdom. He's growing as a Jedi and as a person. Plus he's now committed himself to helping bring an end to the war, which is a very big step (and opens the door for more adventures).
It depends how you look at it. But I can definitely understand how people might be upset (dissatisfied) with how War went.
"I believe toys resonate with us as humans, we can hold them them, it's tactile, real! They are totems for our extended beliefs and imaginations. A fetish for ideas that hold as much interest and passion as old religious relics for some. We display them in our homes. They show who we are. They are signals for similar thinking people. A way we connect with each other...and I guess thats why I do toys. That connection." -Ashley Wood