GUESS WHO HAS FINISHED THE SITH WARRIOR STORY (AGAIN)
In other words, Doraava’s status as the Emperor’s Wrath is acknowledged by the Dark Council, and she also becomes the first Darth in her family.
I’ve mentioned a few times before that even though the Sith Warrior story is pretty much meant for a Pureblood, playing as an alien Sith makes this story much more interesting and meaningful to me - due to how non-Pureblood aliens are treated in the Empire, an alien Sith being able to survive and defy the odds and eventually rise to the position of power is incredibly empowering.
This screenshot more or less sums it up: despite the multiple attempts Darth Baras, a human Sith Lord, had on Doraava’s life, Doraava, an alien Sith, survives and eventually defeating and executing Baras. As a result, the Dark Council acknowledges Doraava as the Emperor’s Wrath, which means they acknowledges that this alien woman is the Emperor’s personal enforcer.
The dialogue option chosen as Doraava’s final line in the class story is, “Do not expect the status quo, my lords. Your comfort has come to an end.” In the context of an alien Sith, this line is even more meaningful.

GUESS WHO HAS FINISHED THE SITH WARRIOR STORY (AGAIN)

In other words, Doraava’s status as the Emperor’s Wrath is acknowledged by the Dark Council, and she also becomes the first Darth in her family.

I’ve mentioned a few times before that even though the Sith Warrior story is pretty much meant for a Pureblood, playing as an alien Sith makes this story much more interesting and meaningful to me - due to how non-Pureblood aliens are treated in the Empire, an alien Sith being able to survive and defy the odds and eventually rise to the position of power is incredibly empowering.

This screenshot more or less sums it up: despite the multiple attempts Darth Baras, a human Sith Lord, had on Doraava’s life, Doraava, an alien Sith, survives and eventually defeating and executing Baras. As a result, the Dark Council acknowledges Doraava as the Emperor’s Wrath, which means they acknowledges that this alien woman is the Emperor’s personal enforcer.

The dialogue option chosen as Doraava’s final line in the class story is, “Do not expect the status quo, my lords. Your comfort has come to an end.” In the context of an alien Sith, this line is even more meaningful.

Reblog / 1 month ago - 1st Sep 2014
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On a different note, Vitenu has joined the level 50 club :D

She has also just finished Voss

Reblog / 1 month ago - 31st Aug 2014
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After Apprentice Girik on Nar Shaddaa, Doraava meets another fellow Zabrak Sith in the Sith Warrior storyline: Lord Haresh. Unfortunately, Doraava also has to kill both of them. Damn Sith politics.

Once again, why aren’t there any unique dialogues for a Zabrak Sith Warrior?

Reblog / 1 month ago - 28th Aug 2014
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By doing the Voss bonus series, Doraava has reached level 50 :D

Reblog / 1 month ago - 24th Aug 2014
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Guess who has played through That Part of the Sith Warrior story (again)
This is already my second playthrough, and this pairing is still ruining my life
*Lies down for 7000 years*

Guess who has played through That Part of the Sith Warrior story (again)

This is already my second playthrough, and this pairing is still ruining my life

*Lies down for 7000 years*

Reblog / 1 month ago - 24th Aug 2014
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Every time I play through Voss with an Imperial character and do Apprentice Solrak’s quest, I get reminded of why I love alien Sith so much.

Due to the prevalent anti-alien bigotry in the Empire, it’s not hard to imagine that alien Sith have to put extra effort and determination to even just survive the trials and Sith politics, let alone get promoted.

In Solrak’s case, he has been in bad shape when you meet him so he has to ask for your help, and his master hates him and has no problem with leaving him to die, but he still insists on completing his mission - “But I can’t fail. I won’t fail.”

For Force-sensitive aliens in the Empire, being a Sith is a chance to prove their worth, even though the trials would be harsher and less forgiving for them.

Reblog / 1 month ago - 23rd Aug 2014
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On the past few days, I’ve been doing the daily quests at the Black Hole with Tiraan mainly to earn more credits for the Galactic Strongholds expansion. Now Tiraan has finally reached level 55! :DDD
Since the release of Galactic Strongholds, I’ve been busy setting up the strongholds for the Marr Legacy ladies. As a result, both Doraava and Vitenu’s playthroughs have been delayed a bit - both of them are still on Voss.

On the past few days, I’ve been doing the daily quests at the Black Hole with Tiraan mainly to earn more credits for the Galactic Strongholds expansion. Now Tiraan has finally reached level 55! :DDD

Since the release of Galactic Strongholds, I’ve been busy setting up the strongholds for the Marr Legacy ladies. As a result, both Doraava and Vitenu’s playthroughs have been delayed a bit - both of them are still on Voss.

Reblog / 2 months ago - 20th Aug 2014
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JFC this is already my second playthrough and my heart still can’t handle the adorableness that is Quinn’s marriage proposal. THESE TWO DORKS ARE RUINING MY LIFE I S2G ASJAKSJDHAKJDHAKSJDALSDK

Can I also say how much I love the fact that this conversation is named “Tireless Commitment”? And the way Quinn calls Doraava “wife” utterly melts my heart?
*UNCONTROLLABLE SOBBING*

JFC this is already my second playthrough and my heart still can’t handle the adorableness that is Quinn’s marriage proposal. THESE TWO DORKS ARE RUINING MY LIFE I S2G ASJAKSJDHAKJDHAKSJDALSDK

Can I also say how much I love the fact that this conversation is named “Tireless Commitment”? And the way Quinn calls Doraava “wife” utterly melts my heart?

*UNCONTROLLABLE SOBBING*

Reblog / 2 months ago - 14th Aug 2014
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