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Yes and no. Instead of Knights of the Old Republic, BioWare will be releasing an Massive Multiplayer Online game (MMO) simply named "Star Wars - The Old Republic".
It is not in circulation because it came out in 2003.
After finishing Telos, do not go to Nar Shaada, go to Onderron. You will crash land on Dxun and try to go to the Mandalorian camp. Talk to bao-dur on the Ebon Hawk and f…ind out what you need. While helping the Mandalorians you will find the required parts: lens, focusing crystal, power cell, and emitter matrix. Before Mandalore takes you to Onderron you must go back to the Ebon Hawk and talk to Bao-Dur. He will help you build your Lightsaber. If You don't go back and go to Onderron, you will have to wait until after you get Dhagon Ghent out of jail.
In the Star Forge (place before the final boss), there is a room down a dead end hallway, just enter kill a lot of sith patrols and you can make 3 pairs of robes.
To get off Telos you have to first choose a faction to help, either the Ithorians or Czerka, the Ithorians being the light side choice and Czerka being dark. Play through the …quests you are given by either faction. After completing the quests for either faction they will then provide you with a shuttle which will take you to the surface of Telos. You will then meet an Iridonian named Bao Dur who will help you to find the Ebon Hawk. To find it you have to fight through an old military base where you will find a second shuttle which will take you to the polar regions of Telos. Here you will find a hidden Jedi Academy and one of your old Jedi masters, Atris. After a brief talk with her she will tell you that she stole the Ebon Hawk from Citadel Station and she will let you have it back. You can then fly away from Telos. (:
Yes; you do make a character in KOTOR. You chose a face from a premade gallery, then your gender, then your class. You cant chose a species, though.
Anywhere that has it available
There are several Jedi Codes as the term simply refers to a set of teachings such as The Crystal Code and so on. The most common lesson referred to by the term Jedi Code is th…e Jedi Mantra, or Way of the Jedi. There are even different versions of the mantra depending on what part of Jedi history you are exploring. The earliest known form of the mantra is: Emotion, yet peace. Ignorance, yet knowledge. Passion, yet serenity. Chaos, yet harmony. Death, yet the force. The mantra predates most established Jedi history but is said to be the basis for it's formation. The refined version was established by Odan-Urr and transcribed by Homonix Rectonia during the Early Manderon Period, this version carried on for thousands of years up through the time period of the Old Republic: There is no emotion, there is peace. There is no ignorance, there is knowledge. There is no passion, there is serenity. There is no chaos, there is harmony. There is no death, there is the force. The fourth line "There is no chaos, there is harmony", is removed from some Jedi texts and teachings. (For example the book quoted during the funeral of Mara Jade Skywalker omits the 4th line). By the time of the clone wars, this version of the Jedi code is considered mostly ceremonial. An alternate version of the Jedi Code was later established sometime before the clone wars and is more commonly found in texts from that period right before the fall of the Jedi to the clones and is what is taught in Jedi schools of that time: Jedi are the guardians of peace in the galaxy. Jedi use their powers to defend and protect, never to attack others. Jedi respect all life, in any form. Jedi serve others, rather than rule over them, for the good of the galaxy. Jedi seek to improve themselves through knowledge and training. Grand Master Luke Skywalker would later revise this code when he establishes the new Jedi Order, Skywalkers version is: Jedi are the guardians of peace in the galaxy. Jedi use their powers to defend and to protect. Jedi respect all life, in any form. Jedi serve others rather than ruling over them, for the good of the galaxy. Jedi seek to improve themselves through knowledge and training. Luke continues to use the Old republic version (minus the 4th line) in ceremonial proceedings (such as his wife's funeral) but uses the revised code as the basis for teaching students. In counterpoint the Sith code is also based loosely on the ideas from the Jedi's original mantra; it's most widely known form was also revised around the same time the as the early Jedi's and remains through the time of the Old Republic: Peace is a lie, there is only passion. Through passion I gain strength. Through strength I gain power. Through power I gain victory. Through victory my chains are broken. The force shall free me. There are no known further revisions to the Sith Code and the mantra is not spoken of during the clone wars era (or after). An example of one of the other Jedi Codes is The Crystal Code: The crystal is the heart of the blade. The heart is the crystal of the Jedi. The Jedi is the crystal of the Force. The Force is the blade of the heart. All are intertwined. The crystal, the blade, the Jedi. We are one. The crystal code was originally chanted by the teacher while watching a student make their first lightsaber. Later when it became tradition for a student to assemble the blade in private it became more common for the student to recite it themselves during creation. Many other codes are believed to exist as well as other versions of the primary mantra but they are only referenced by name without being quoted in full. As the Jedi order has fallen, reformed or simply been revised many times over many thousands of years it is unknown just how many could potentially exist, just as the rules and laws they follow have also evolved over many millenia.
Wait until you've found Bastila. After that, you should be leveled up enough to fight him. For fighting him: Use a sword because he is really good with guns.
I got mine from Steam. Or, you could buy it.
I think it was a 9.8 or 9.7 out of 10!! Such a fudging BEAST game!! One of the BEST GAMES EVA! So that is why it got such a great rating :D (ok that was me the otherma…ster before i didnt get an account)
it already is released go on starwars.com type star wars old republic
in the old republic ther is an abandond building enter it and find a generator so you can turn on the broken lights and put it on the alien plugs that are shape like a ball an…d put it in ther and go to the corner were ther is a swith get beside it and hit it and lights come on so you will see a green laser pick it up and hit the steel door and you will se a laybrary ther is a gold book pick it and you will atumatickly read it
If you finish the game you will know the answer to that question. To say otherwise would have too many spoilers.
Darth Malak in the first game, Dart Traya in the second.