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Was Darth Traya a Wound in the Force?
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Freedon Nadd
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Was Darth Traya a Wound in the Force?

Was she or was she not?

We know that those assassins were symptomatic of a Wound. Was Traya like them too or like the Jedi Exile?

KotOR II was an epic game. But the Wound in the Force thing irks me.

Is it possible that Nihilus severing her ties to the Force turned her into a Wound?


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No, the exile was only able to the feel the force again through her.


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No, the exile was only able to the feel the force again through her.


I tell you that, Force-explanation-wise, KotOR II sucked. Kreia said so many things about Wounds, Force drain, Sith - she twisted so much her words; that you don't know if she knows what she is talking about or if she tries to play with your mind.

Then, there are the out-side universe sources and lines.

One source says that the wreckage of Malachor V created Nihilus and his ability to Wound the Force, but then Kreia says that this is just an ancient Sith teaching but avoided by these Sith Lords(Marka Ragnos, Naga Sadow, etc), and this is the teaching that those Triumvirate Sith Assassins use. But then one of those Jedi Masters say that these Sith Assassins and their ability to eat the Force is something of these "new" Sith. They were the symptomatic of a Wound. So many explanations and contradictions. But let's say that the Jedi Master knew nothing about the dark side; and he was wrong.

So, my head-canon is that it is a mixture of Force drain+Wound in the Force. sick


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