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Old 09-19-2013, 01:11 AM   #35
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To DarthAvlectus, True it does have good elements. Jedi Exile is one of the weakness of the book. Revan, despite him being a supposed tactical genius, becomes a Leeroy Jeekins when fighting the Sith Emperor.
LOLZ "Leeeroooooyy nnnJennnkiiiiinnns!"

Yeah but the sith emperor could take multiple bodies as his own. I suspect even that RINO, dubya Bush is one of his possessed followers. But fear ye not, fer there be a jedi with Tourettes syndrome out there.



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Canderous's arch was quite good with or without Revan.


In my personal opinion, Canderous's arch should be at least a book unto itself and Darth Nyriss and Scourge as a team focus on the Sith Emperor and his mysterious past.
There's a lot of ways it could have gone down. Though I do think, upon examination of it, the irony of Scourge betraying Revan and Meetra Surik strikes a particular irony for which Kreia warned the Exile could happen. Certain things she said in TSL were made lies, or at least speculation, while other things were made richly validated.


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