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i went through datamined conversations and it would seem mandalore the vindicated is killed by zakuul. Shae Vizla becomes Mandalore the Avenger, and rallies the clans. They get equipment from Darvannis to use against Zakuul, though in what I looked at it wasn't entirely clear if they had taken the planet or just ransacked it.
Okay, I apologize if this comes off as annoying or redundant, but I'm trying to separate the different levels of "spoilers" going on here. For any datamining discussions, please refer to the Datamine Feed thread. Datamined info can still be changed, and I'm sure people don't want spoilers within their spoilers.
Otherwise, feel free to use this thread for current Chapter discussion, at least until February 18th, when we lift the Chapter 10 no-spoilers thingy.
Nope! Five random worlds that Arcann believes to have ties to the Alliance (which Lana confirmed that there are absolutely zero ties), and we're not even what correlates to the Eternal Empire's sectors (how they organize the galaxy): Core worlds, Mid Rim, Outer Rim? Who knows? Csilla? We can only hope
Personally with the chapter as a whole, I was disappointed with the fact that it was basically a drawn out alliance mission, with little storytelling in regards to the alliance's struggle against Zakuul.
Granted they are trying to pull a type of "show" type effect with this KotFE saga, but new episodes for TV shows are -weekly-, not -monthly-. That's my complaint.
In regards to the furthering of the story, the planets that were bombarded were most likely random and not one of the Core Worlds (or playable worlds rather), so what planets were glassed is certainly up to debate. And the use of the fleet, certainly more used as a scare tactic, not that it's their only option, as a matter of fact, with the Gravestone running around, it would be a BAD idea to use the fleet.
Back to the scare tactic, if you disagree, imagine instead of a Star Fort hanging over your head, and when it goes off, well, yea, but instead of a fort, imagine a countless number of ships surrounding your planet your HOME, and bombarding everything in sight, fire raining from the sky, and that's all you can see.
I don't know about anyone else, but being on my own planet and hearing about it, I would be scared out of my wits for that to happen to my home.
Kind of digging the survivors' guilt angles, I mean the patch brings something to make both knights and rebels feel shitty so there's a lot to respond to.
...also good point on Vaylin, this is the person that killed three extra knights because "I hate odd numbers" so the loss having to be particularly significant to bother her makes sense. yes I know it's a silly throwaway joke line but how many knights has she stabbed?
After a second playthrough, it turns out Vaylin was the one who picked those 5 nameless albeit heavily populated planets. The bit about Arcann "believing" them to be Alliance holdouts was a purposeful lie for propaganda reasons.
I'll still cling that at least 1 of them could have had a Fort in orbit at some point, knocked out by either the Outlander or the Alliance during the interlude
Well, it certainly places a pressure onto my Knight and now I have to think of way to handle how he might respond. Five worlds burning? Half the Order killed? It's pretty bad.
Especially considering a good majority of Knights were loyal more to Valkorion and with Arcann making these huge orders like massacring the Scions and wiping out half the Order? I can't imagine Knights NOT dissenting.