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Posted: Nov 21st 2007 2:29PM (Unverified) said

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SWG annoys me every time I see it mistreating the Star Wars mythology. So Vader is just standing there with a bunch of random Storm Troopers standing around idly in the port behind him? Where is the fear, where is the respect, where is the TERROR that Vader is supposed to inspire? Not even an honor guard following Vader around!

For that matter, aren't the Storm Troopers worried about being busted by the boss for slacking off?

Vader sees a group of them talking idly, "Yeah, so's I was having a beer last night with my... *GACK*" Vader comes into view behind the group of Storm Troopers, "Your work ethic is... disappointing... soldier." Vader throws broken body of Storm Trooper against equipment console, then turns back to group and finds them all standing at attention. "Good... now return to your tasks!"

See, Vader is a hard case and he gets RESPECT. :)

Posted: Nov 21st 2007 2:37PM RogueJedi86 said

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But even Darth Vader has respect for the troops who fight. There's some new books and stories out that flesh out how he fights alongside the troops, and likes soldiers that do their jobs well, who go out of their way to try an unorthodox plan that succeeds.
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Posted: Nov 21st 2007 2:34PM RogueJedi86 said

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To answer the question, Darth Vader is in Coronet, on Corellia. Used to be the busiest town in the game, due to it being a hub spaceport to other planets, but I hear it's a lot less populated now.

Why is he there? I believe if a faction kept control of a planet, Darth Vader or Luke Skywalker(for Empire and Rebellion respectively) would make an appearance at the capital city(Theed for Naboo, Coronet for Corellia), congratulate the troops on a job well done, and I believe offer up a quest to kill X number of enemy troops, and another quest to kill X number of enemy players. The problem was finding them to turn it in when you finished, since you had to find them when they landed again to turn it in.

But that should be the story behind that. And since the player is alive, that means he's either neutral(unlikely) or an Imperial(very likely).

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