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Old 06-27-2008, 08:52 AM   #1
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[K1/TSL] My Confusion, possibly yours. Includes both games.

I've put it here since the character is K1.

In K1 Bastilla says:

That Revan's mind was too badly damaged by Malak's Betrayal to ever get his full memories back.

Yet in TSL:

It becomes apparant that, that getting his full memories back is exactly what happens.



Anyone else confused here? I know about the fact of two different game creators but, come on that's just a stupid mistake. Or is it more cut content of how it happened?

Look, if there is a different forum to do this then kindly move it. But it is K1 and TSL.




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Old 06-27-2008, 09:21 AM   #2
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Well... while playing K1 Revan doesn't recover all his/her memories but TSL's story takes place 5 years later so everything might hapen in that time... and Bastila in K1 would have no idea what will hapen in future. That's my oppinion on this.


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Old 06-27-2008, 09:24 AM   #3
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You shouldn't take everything you hear literally.

Just because someone said it doesn't mean it wasn't true or that they couldn't be mistaken about it. It was probably something the Jedi Council told Bastila, and you know they've been somewhat inclined to... fib about certain things. They also had a distinct lack of foresight in various instances, this potentially being one of them.

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I'm sure that what Bastila meant is that there was no way to use technology or the Force to regain Revan's memories. However, apparently his mind naturally regenerated.
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They also had a distinct lack of foresight in various instances
What? you mean the Jedi Council of KotOR era actually had some foresight?

I was amused during my KotOR DS playthrough that you can lie to the council... Then a whole load of them get eaten in between K1 - K2....



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