Star Wars is something special.
Over the years we have followed the fate of our favourite characters, our favourite locations. In this time we have always had many questions, and some of them are pretty big.
In recent years, one of the biggest has to have been the Revan Question.
We got a glimpse, and its nothing new. Since the start the devs have stated we will find out about what happened to our favourite characters from the KOTOR series. Which brilliantly and left its ending open with an unfinished feel to it. The Revan Question
has been on the minds of many, something that KOTOR II handled well adding more to it but never finalising the answer and leaving the player in a sense of wonder to his fate.
Sometimes i think a little mystery is the better way to go about handling something like this, its one of those burning questions like the Yoda species that should be left just at that, a mystery.
Answering the question brings it to an end
, its final
. And for the most part there is disappointment that comes with it, as many are not satisfied with the outcome or how it got to it, making the truth less powerful then the mystery was.
The hints for Revan are flashed all over the site, the aurabesh writing on Drumond Kaas, to the Deceived trailer, where the choice of the mask brought a flutter to hearts across the galaxy when the crashed ships door slid open, and the saber flicked on, and you saw the mask...
Being such a beloved character and the attachment created by Bioware has left people wanting an answer, but i feel answering it will do more harm to the figure that is Revan, rather then coming out with something that makes it final.
Do you need the question to be answered? Or prefer more insight as to what went on but nothing final, keeping the Revan Question going?
the better option when it comes to these things?