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Yavin Station/Dune Sea, Leviathan/Taris Sewers - Same Music

19 January 2017 - 06:34 PM

Thanks to @CrashBandiTeam, I was reminded that Yavin Station and the Dune Sea share this track:



Seeing how much discussion and results came out of the Anchorhead/Ebon Hawk thread, I thought I would get the ball rolling on this one. Any ideas on a replacement for Yavin Station?


@Kexikus, would you be willing to do a second mod for these modules?

Download the Official SWTOR Soundtrack

11 January 2017 - 04:39 AM

Found this on the TOR official site:




All of the tracks from the game in .mpeg format. Thought someone might be interested!

Tatooine and the Ebon Hawk - Same Music

10 January 2017 - 07:53 PM

Ever notice that Anchorhead on Tatooine and the Ebon Hawk in KotOR share the same music theme? I think that the Ebon Hawk should keep this theme and that Tatooine should have a more appropriate one better suited to a desert world.



Your Initial Thoughts When You Played KotOR

25 November 2016 - 07:46 AM

What were your initial thoughts/reactions when you played KotOR for the first time?


Circa 2004


(sees Sith soldiers with vibroblades/swords)

"Ummm why are they using swords....this is Star Wars?"


(Goes out into the sprawling Taris Upper City for the first time)

"Okay this is too much. I don't know what to do. Back to Call of Duty and Medal of Honor."


(Puts game away for 6 years)


Circa 2010


(installs KotOR again and starts playing)


Carth Force-sensitive?

14 November 2016 - 07:54 PM

I am really warming up to the idea that Carth is Force-sensitive. After looking through the readme for Allronix's Carth's Secret, I cannot dispute the logic Allronix uses to make the case for Carth as a Jedi. Here is Allronix's reasoning:


1) The man's intuition is scarily good. He was the only one who suspected something was up with the PC. Paranoia had something to do with it, but even when he ditched most of the trust issues, he was still sensing something amiss. He was also dead-on in his last conversation with Revan in saying that a permanent choice had to be made. When Revan makes a final LS choice, he stammers out that "I told you you would have to make a choice soon - and that was it, I can feel it" with the same conviction of Leia telling Han that Luke was okay after Death Star 2 went up.

2) He has strange luck - maybe too strange. If retcon's your friend, this man's stumbled into not only one, but TWO Jedi cover-ups. Granted, he only ran across Zayne in passing, but he gets hip-deep when it comes to Revan. And just what are the odds of getting to the last escape pod, sharing it with an amnesiac Sith Lord, crashing on an occupied planet, grabbing your odd companion and just happening to find a dump of an apartment where the landlord's not asking questions? 

3) Ajunta Pall. According to the D20 system the game was based on, one has to have a modicum of Force sensitivity to see a Force ghost. It takes slightly more than that to understand what it's saying. HK-47 and Carth are the only non-Jedi party members who make any note of Pall's presence. HK-47 only comments that Pall shows up on his sensors as a strange reading. Carth can not only hear Ajunta Pall, but understand what the ghost is saying. 

4) Kreia's comment about Telos in K2. Telos was a place where Jedi dumped Force Sensitives who were not suited to the Order, and that the colony is descended from those. She also implied heavily that Revan planned to take the planet for that reason, and that Malak missed the point when he bombed it into ash. We know Dustil is among the Force Sensitive, and that Carth is native to Telos.