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Old 12-30-2009, 12:48 AM   #3
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Originally Posted by Mrcharlton View Post
Bao-Dur: Sacrifised himself at Malachor. He and his remote had to personaly activate the mass shaddow generator. Not very interesting but it sure explains alot.
That wouldn't be right, considering that in a lost sound file, Bao says something along the lines of "Don't let my sacrifice be in vain" in his appearance to the remote on Malachor. Since Bao-Dur had pre-recorded it, it means he had died somewhere along the line before Malachor. Of course, he could also have recorded it long ago, assuming he would be dead by the time the remote would return to malachor.

The way Obsidian set up Bao-Dur's back story and end-game plot (or lack thereof) left a lot of room for speculation. Of course, many people believe he died between the remote's message and the battle of the ravager.

Which ever way you look at it, Bao-Dur most likely died before the End-Game.

Darth Bandon: Darth Bandon seemed to be a pretty cool character in the KOTOR galaxy, here's my theory on his fate and his identity. darth Bandon, as we all know, is a very interesting character who is the apprentice of Darth Malak. I remember reading the comics and in them, there is a character named Shad Jevelan who resembles Bandon very much. The face looks like a younger self, and he began to grow a moustache. It was said his master killed him, but in one of the issues, it says Zayne still felt his presence, and my theory states he is Darth Bandon. Also, when I fought him In KOTOR 1, he was hard to kill, so I just bypassed the duel against him, then I abandoned him in the shaddowlands. Coincidently when reading an artical on wookipedia, it states that the campaign guide says he died on Malachor 5. Maybe I wasn't supposed to kill him! If you look at these two photos, you may see a slight resemblence.
Darth Bandon is Darth Bandon. Unless Bioware or LucasArts or Dark Horse comes out and says "[name here] is Darth Bandon, gtfo", he will always remain Darth Bandon.

Darth Nihilus: Now here's a creepy guy. Darth Nihilus is basicly a Nazgul with a lightsaber who can wield the force, I have a pretty interesting theory on him too. Here's my theory, Darth Nihilus isn't human or any type of creature. All he is is the force itself. He is litteraly the Dark Side, a kind of Spirit. He represents everything bad which happened at Malachor that fateful day. All the Jedi Died, and because of it, they took the form of a single being, Nihilus or, The Black One. This theory is similar to the results of the thought bomb as stated in Darth Bane: Path of Destruction. Since he really isn't living at all, that explains his voice, he speaks though the force just as his apprentice Visas sees through the force. That also explains why there was no body after he was killed.
Which of course could make a lot of sense. Until you take into consideration Kreia said he was Just a Man. And if Nihilus was a real master of the Force, like he was hyped to be, he would have learned the methods to becoming one with it, similar to a jedi we all know and tolerate moderately.

Darth Sion: Now this is my favorite theory. In the KOTOR comics, there is a character named Lucien Draay, son of a famous war hero. His master is Haazen, a fractured human like that of Sion. They look similar and my first reaction is that they were one and the same, until I read issue 6: Vindiction which he stated his Sith name was Darth Hayze and he named Lucien his new apprentice and proclaimed him Darth Sion as in LuCION. Then I discovered on wookipedia that Sion became a fractured body after an explosion at the Draay estate, and Lucien was a Draay. There are alot of links. Look at these two pictures closely. I see a big resemblence because minus the missing hair and the fractured body, they look almost exactly the same.
Which, once again, would make a lot of sense, but doesn't when you take into account the differences. Lucien's body was scarred and burnt by the time of the Mandalorian Wars. But, Lucien was born 4000 BBY, and Sion served in the Great Sith War in 3996 BBY. I'm not sure about you, but I don't think that Lucien was scarred, burnt, and on the dark side by the age of 4.

And even if they managed to retcon that fact, they'd have to deal with the fact that Lucien stayed away from the Dark Side, and when to his family's estate on that one moon.
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