The actually fight with Kreia was so disappointing.
All he wanted her to do was take her damn clothes off. Is that so evil?
Or it can survive off both princess being normal, instead you have one autist who has 50,000 waifufags because, "She's just like me, so quirky and randum and autistics!"
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REPORT ALL BRONY ACTIVITIES TO YOU LOCAL MOD OR JANITOR
DO NOT, IN ANY WAY, ASSIST THE BRONY CAUSE OR SYMPATHISE WITH THEIR IDEALS
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he was right tho
>tfw no Rock Lee show
He just wanted to forge a world of balance and tolerance.
And flowing silver hair.
He was right but holy shit what a great final boss
Worthwhile. He did good in the end.
It's been a long time since I played it, admittedly.
Frodo wasn't born for another 3000 years idiot.
He can't be right or wrong though, his actions are based purely on a selfish ideal for himself.
He sacrificed all he ever loved in a moment of weakness to attain incredible power, just for the sole reason of building a kingdom. He never tries to argue what's right or wrong about it, he just does it.
Contrasting with say, Kreia in the OP, who argues that the Force is too intrusive in the natural order of the universe and seeks to destroy it for that reason.
Finally a man of taste. And not someone who is all over the Uchiha dick.
I'm still mad they killed his ass off like that.
>"I use it as I would use a poison, and in the hopes of understanding it, I will learn the way to kill it. But perhaps these are the excuses of an old woman who has grown to rely on a thing she despises."
Technecally, he was the villain for the first half of NWN 2. He was right, though, and he did what he had to do many years before.
He did all he did just to
save his daughteru, just like you
>fundamental portion of the universe's inner workings
It wasn't fundamental for the Exile.
The Force is a fundamental part of the Star Wars universe. Both Jedi and Sith use it, and can be corrupted into being destructive. The thing is, it's NOT THE FORCE'S FAULT. It's like endeavoring to remove magnetism from our universe because people use electronics to troll people online.
The Exile was an amazing miracle, but not the kind of thing you should base your "I'm going to destabilize the entire galaxy AT LEAST" plans.
He took a Shounen Jump, /v/.
Or the Ysalamari. Just because they're not directly affected by it doesn't mean that it's okay to fucking DESTROY THE FORCE, because then you'll be left with The Exile, the Ysalamari, the Yuuzhan Vong, and rapidly falling Cortosis prices.
Then the proper solution is moderation, like what the New Republic and Luke Skywalker did, instead of severing everyone's connection to The Force and causing all the problems related to that.
>Wipe out the super mutants and anyone with irredeemable genetics
>Restore America to its former glory
>Continue the advancement of science and technology
Why was he the bad guy?
I don't think hew was even serious about the whole "kill the force through the Exile" plan. She was lying all through the rest of the game, why would she stop now?
I think she was just trying to build up the Exile some more, one final bit of training in Sith tradition.
well shit, looked like he was wearing a black jedi robe
>TFW i found out about baneposting for the first time and heard his voice thinking it was some sort of memedub not actually from the movie
You dont worry about the ants you crush beneath your feet as you walk. You dont consider the death of a cockroach a loss of intelligent life.
Why should he.
I think more than anything Kreia just wanted to be right. She wanted the Exile to thrive and survive as a proof of concept that life didn't actually need the Force. It's why she made it such a big deal to parade him around in front of the Jedi Council before she Force-Fucked them to death.
Everything she did was to protect the Exile, since the Exile was the culmination of all her teachings realized in a single student.
They may not have gone about their business in the nicest manner, but in the end, they were still right, and were crucial players in saving the world.
>the cut robot planet could have been an interesting examination of how things could function completely without the force
>mod that restores it is instead a painful slog through a boring planet with bad voice actors that adds absolutely nothing
Disney buying Star Wars was the best thing to ever happen to the franchise
It does seem to work this way. Dark side of the force is all but eliminated and the most powerful Sith Lord ever is born- Darth Sidious. The Force is self-balancing by any means necessary. It's a true neutral force and Kreia hated its determinism.
I realize nothing Darth Sidious did seemed that powerful compared to a bunch of EU bullshit, but if it's said repeatedly in the movies then it takes massive precedence over that faggotry.
If anything, Episode 3 and the extermination of the Jedi pretty much proves Kreia's point that the force seeks to balance itself out. There's a shitton of Jedi and only two Sith Lords at the start of the film, and at the end, Yoda and Obi-Wan are the two remaining Jedi to balance out Sidious and Vader.
He was right at first but then just went Crazy.
But if the KHIII teaser is anything to go buy, it might have been the knowledge that the
Lightwill be defeated at the graveyard that made him go crazy.
Sif was just protecting his friend grave, hes is a better "person" than the player1
All of his explanations for why he did what he did made perfect sense. If he were just a normal guy who wanted revenge, he wouldn't really be evil at all.
If it were comic book Gotham I'd agree with you. That place should be fucking destroyed. It's fucking ridiculous
Nolans Batman is basically just Chicago with a higher crime rate. Blowing the whole thing up is a nonsensical plot
>NOT THE FORCE'S FAULT
But that's the complete opposite of the point she was trying to make. The Light and Dark sides of the force clash endlessly and the galaxy as a while suffers because of it.
Whenever one side starts to lose the force fixes the balance so that the fight can continue.
Force users don't fight because of a difference in ideology or interests. They fight because the force GUIDES them to do so. Even force users who try to avoid it and stay neutral eventually fall to one extremity or the other if let the force guide them.
It's like an angry god that starts wars for shits and giggles
What the fuck did you just say about me you little bitch?
I'll have you know I have over 300 confirmed extraterritorial rights.
Because the surviving "pure humans" are also mutants.
The mutation being able to survive a radiated hell hole slightly better than the standard measure of humans when it was logged in its database.
She's wrong though. Just because the force is a tool that people use, and there are two distinct ideologies behind it that tend to be the two sides in most conflicts doesn't mean that the force is causing those conflicts. People fight in the real world all the time, and they would in Star Wars too, even without the force. It's the nature of sentient beings to hold beliefs and then fight others who hold conflicting beliefs.
Peace vs. Passion is a fight so ingrained in the consciousness of the people in the Star Wars that they would still fight over it even if the force was gone.
If she's a nigh all powerful goddess with the power of creation how could it possible have been that difficult for her to return to space? I mean fuck Tiamat was in another god damn dimension, surely a spaceship is nothing compared to that shit.