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  • Another really good cinematic trailer for Star Wars: The Old Republic

    In HD.

    "Press the red shiny button"~Vortex
    "I may give out, but I'll never give in." ~ Lou Bond "To the Establishment"

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    Re: Another really good cinematic trailer for Star Wars: The Old Republic



    Yep.

    Don't get me wrong - it's all sorts of cool. Unfortunately it's destroying canon material and destroying imagination.
    Skud


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    • #3
      Re: Another really good cinematic trailer for Star Wars: The Old Republic

      Loved the trailer, it felt like it had bits of the newer trilogy and the escape from the Death Star like in A New Hope. Very excited :)

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        Re: Another really good cinematic trailer for Star Wars: The Old Republic

        Originally posted by Skud View Post


        Yep.

        Don't get me wrong - it's all sorts of cool. Unfortunately it's destroying canon material and destroying imagination.

        Skud:

        When talking about canon material: you are referring to Episodes IV, V, and VI right?
        "Press the red shiny button"~Vortex
        "I may give out, but I'll never give in." ~ Lou Bond "To the Establishment"

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          Re: Another really good cinematic trailer for Star Wars: The Old Republic

          Originally posted by Star Wars Canon
          The Holocron is divided into 5 levels (in order of precedence): G-canon, T-canon, C-canon, S-canon, and N-canon.

          G-canon is absolute canon; the movies (their most recent release), the scripts, the novelizations of the movies, the radio plays, and any statements by George Lucas himself. G-canon overrides the lower levels of canon when there is a contradiction. Within G-canon, many fans follow an unofficial progression of canonicity where the movies are the highest canon, followed by the scripts, the novelizations, and then the radio plays.

          T-canon[1] refers to the canon level comprising only the two television shows: Star Wars: The Clone Wars and the Star Wars live-action TV series. Its precedence over C-Level canon was confirmed by Chee.[2]

          C-canon is primarily composed of elements from the Expanded Universe including books, comics, and games bearing the label of Star Wars. Games and RPG sourcebooks are a special case; the stories and general background information are themselves fully C-canon, but the other elements such as character/item statistics and gameplay are, with few exceptions, N-canon.

          S-canon is secondary canon; the story itself is considered non-continuity, but the non-contradicting elements are still a canon part of the Star Wars universe. This includes things like the online roleplaying game Star Wars: Galaxies and certain elements of a few N-canon stories.

          N-canon is non-canon. "What-if" stories (such as stories published under the Star Wars: Infinities label), crossover appearances (such as the Star Wars character appearances in Soulcalibur IV), game statistics, and anything else directly contradicted by higher canon ends up here. N-canon is the only level that is not considered official canon by Lucasfilm. A significant amount of material that was previously C-canon was rendered N-canon by the release of Episodes I-III.
          Game looks great and I'm looking forward to it, but as for Star Wars, I've been canon confused for years.

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          • #6
            Re: Another really good cinematic trailer for Star Wars: The Old Republic

            Beat pretty much answered it for me.

            I just don't like the direction that the game takes Star Wars in. Not that it's bad - I just wish it wasn't going to be compared to something so pure, so beautiful, as the original KOTOR.
            Skud


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            • #7
              Re: Another really good cinematic trailer for Star Wars: The Old Republic

              Originally posted by Skud View Post
              Beat pretty much answered it for me.

              I just don't like the direction that the game takes Star Wars in. Not that it's bad - I just wish it wasn't going to be compared to something so pure, so beautiful, as the original KOTOR.
              This takes place several hundred years after the events of KOTOR. So it is not like there is really anything to build up of.

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              • #8
                Re: Another really good cinematic trailer for Star Wars: The Old Republic

                KOTOR: 3,956 BBY
                KOTOR MMO: Between 3,653 BBY and 3,643 BBY

                EDIT: Disregard entire post.

                The MMO takes place in the Great Galactic War, which was separate from Old Sith Wars...
                Skud


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                • #9
                  Re: Another really good cinematic trailer for Star Wars: The Old Republic

                  So the MMO is taking place before the events of KOTOR?

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                  • #10
                    Re: Another really good cinematic trailer for Star Wars: The Old Republic

                    Originally posted by johnflenaly View Post
                    So the MMO is taking place before the events of KOTOR?
                    The years in KOTOR and beyond follow the AD-BC time line like we do in real life. So they are counting down instead of going up.

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