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Zenwolf
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Zen, they could create power sources, capable of wiping out multi star systems.


Where?


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It's far, far worse than that. The power core derives energy from hyperspace itself. A detonation will send shock waves at lightspeed. Belsavis's destruction is only the beginning. The shockwaves will annihilate this entire system - and consume the ones adjacent to it. Trillions will die!
-Doctor Gentrell on belsavis during the knight storyline.

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Not seeing how that translates.

In fact, none of this crap in TOR translates at all to the Rakata that had been established.

What is being said in TOR vs what was established, makes the Rakata the most stupidest species in the SWU.


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Not seeing how that translates.

In fact, none of this crap in TOR translates at all to the Rakata that had been established.

What is being said in TOR vs what was established, makes the Rakata the most stupidest species in the SWU.


The Rakata in ToR are depicted to be far stronger, than in that comic series.

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The Rakata in ToR are depicted to be far stronger, than in that comic series.


Which makes zero sense and can't fit anywhere.


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Which makes zero sense and can't fit anywhere.

Still cannot deny the power source which they created.

Anyway, I don't think the comics depicted all of the rakatan empire?
It's possible that the ones the Jedaii faced were inferior to other tribes?

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Still cannot deny the power source which they created.

Anyway, I don't think the comics depicted all of the rakatan empire?
It's possible that the ones the Jedaii faced were inferior to other tribes?


By the time the Rataka found and fought the Je'daii, they were at their peak of power, according to Dawn of the Jedi.

So let me guess this straight, they can make a power source that great, yet they have to use The Force for limited hyperspace travel, they can't design any great warships with more than 1 gun and had issues with the Je'daii Order and Kwa.

So, the Rataka were good scientists, yet poorly thoughout what to actually do with the technology they developed to be used elsewhere and their military capability was complete bantha dung.


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By the time the Rataka found and fought the Je'daii, they were at their peak of power, according to Dawn of the Jedi.

So let me guess this straight, they can make a power source that great, yet they have to use The Force for limited hyperspace travel, they can't design any great warships with more than 1 gun and had issues with the Je'daii Order and Kwa.

So, the Rataka were good scientists, yet poorly thoughout what to actually do with the technology they developed to be used elsewhere and their military capability was complete bantha dung.


Can't say much for the Kwa, but the Je'daii were an army of force sensitives. that alone would compensate for the technological difference.

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Can't say much for the Kwa, but the Je'daii were an army of force sensitives. that alone would compensate for the technological difference.


.....Right. Yet they didn't seem to have much differences, seeing as the Je'daii were able to destroy Rataka ships and the like.

So here it is, either the Rakata had piss poor management in developing technology for any and all kinds of aspects.

Or they developed one one-off technology that's never reproduced and never used elsewhere because....reasons and it came from luck rather than any genius engineering. Even though logically speaking, if one develops a power source that great, you'd sure as bet that they would find uses for it elsewhere or be able to make similar technology.

But hey, TOR seemed to stop making any kind of sense long ago, so I guess it's not that surprising that they'd screwed the IE too.


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I'm surprised this is the plot development that finally snaps your suspension of disbelief.

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I'm surprised this is the plot development that finally snaps your suspension of disbelief.


Nah, nah, see I had my gripes with TOR before this, this is just another that just makes no sense.


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I expect the disassociation between SWTOR and Legend continuity widened as the Story Group focused on canon. What's the consequence to screwing with a dead timeline?

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I expect the disassociation between SWTOR and Legend continuity widened as the Story Group focused on canon. What's the consequence to screwing with a dead timeline?


Point taken I suppose.


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The Story Group actually monitors SWTOR now, hence the upcoming Chiss expansion being in-line with Rebels and the Thrawn books.


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The Story Group actually monitors SWTOR now, hence the upcoming Chiss expansion being in-line with Rebels and the Thrawn books.
Really? Why would they do that? It's not like the happenings in SWTOR can affect DisCanon.

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The Story Group actually monitors SWTOR now, hence the upcoming Chiss expansion being in-line with Rebels and the Thrawn books.


Yeah, I know they look over it, but clearly they don't give a shit about certain particulars or minutiae.

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Shadow of revan expansion is now free.
Supposedly some kotor/swtor celebrations on.

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Also Revans character doesn't belong to Drew anymore.

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Really? Why would they do that? It's not like the happenings in SWTOR can affect DisCanon.


Cause Vitiate is Snoke, duh.


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