|Reviews for The Return Of The Prodigal Knight And The Phantom Menace|
| superninja123aa chapter 9 . 12/4/2020
if you have to kill of jar-jar to update quicker then please do
| Guest chapter 9 . 12/3/2020
When is the next part
| Guest chapter 9 . 12/2/2020
I know you've probably heard this before so I do apologise but I really hope you depict Revan the way Obsidian depicts him, not Bioware. Obsidian's depiction is the true Revan. KOTOR II's description of him is the most accurate and so is the Knights of the Old Republic campaign guide!
I'm sure you will though, mate!
| Guest chapter 7 . 12/1/2020
Yeah this is a drop. I don’t believe that this Revan mc would desert his mother who he literally knows is going to be raped and or killed because of him. What a poor excuse of an mc. Fuck you for wasting my team reading this garbage
| Guest chapter 6 . 12/1/2020
Drop after Revan had no reaction to qui gon doing that after he already used the force to make it land on red
| Guest chapter 9 . 11/29/2020
Revan is 'chosen' by no one. He's always been a being of his own creation and always will be.
Kreia: "Revan's choices were always his own. It was not your teachings, or circumstance, or example, it was him."
Malak: "You are all things, Revan, and yet you are nothing. In the end you belong to neither the Light or Darkness. You will forever stand alone."
I hope you portray Revan as he should be bro. I have faith you will! I'm sure he will become the most powerful Force User or being (aside from the Ones maybe and Abeloth) in the galaxy by the Clone Wars when his memories fully return. But he won't be solely reliant on the Force either no matter his complete mastery over it.
| Guest chapter 9 . 11/28/2020
The Jedi once again have Revan all wrong. As Kreia/Traya said, "..that is something that the Council may never understand. That perhaps Revan never fell. The difference between a fall and a sacrifice is sometimes difficult but I believe Revan understand that difference more than anyone knew. Perhaps, he became the Dark Lord out of necessity. To prevent a greater evil." And another reason why Bioware's depiction is not taken seriously as it retcons Kreia's words when she said this, "Revan met no Sith Empire yet he learned their teachings." He discovered evidence of the True Sith Empire's existence but never met them personally. Which is why the book is so bad. Not only did it completely disregard what made the Exile so amazing but it also disregarded the words of Revan's arguably most favoured master and the one he was closest to (maybe).
I mean, if you want to go the book's route and say that they did meet the true Sith or more accurately Vitiate and were corrupted or rather turned to his side by him, then no one is stopping you man. But yeah, the novel was garbage. Yes, Revan did break free from Vitiate's control and made his own armada to defeat the republic and replace with something stronger and more flexible to unite and prepare it but still. The novel, let alone Bioware's swtor, should not be taken seriously. Thats just my opinion. But I do hope you portray Revan as he truly is. Highly enigmatic, enlightened, and quite questionable in his morality but still possesses good intentions.
| Arrow chapter 9 . 11/25/2020
I'm loving this story as a whole. Not only for the adventure but also the philosophical aspect of it. Revan is one of the most enigmatic characters in all of Star Wars, which is why he's a fan favourite. I do hope his motives are extremely mysterious as they are in canon (also, f-k Bioware. Their pathetic attempt at portraying Revan and the Exile, shouldn't even be taken seriously or considered part of their story) with everyone including Sidious, constantly guessing what his actions and decisions will be.
Sort of like how Kreia describes it in KOTOR II and how the lore does.
Also, I imagine Revan, because he's now born from the Force itself, will, by the Clone Wars, be at least as powerful as Yoda and Sidious if not greater since his memories will mostly have resurfaced by then. He will have all the access to the incredible archive of knowledge he accumulated in his past life from the archives, his many masters, and adventures. I think at his full potential, he will become twice or thrice the strength of Sidious
| Graymar1 chapter 9 . 11/24/2020
Great chapter the end was very intense can’t wait to see how the council would react.
When the clone wars start would revan push for non-clones to join the the military to bolster the republic army numbers
| Flash chapter 9 . 11/23/2020
Hey man, me again. I just wanted to ask and hope to god that you'll depict Revan as he should be.
Martial, intellectual, philosophical, tactical, linguistic, the original/true Revan. Not Bioware's stupidass depiction in their desperate attempt to make Vitiate (who though is admittedly super badass, Bioware overhyped him way too much) awesome.
Like, Bioware not only completely retcons KOTOR games but also the Knights of the Old Republic book which is the official guidebook of the game. So they essentially disregarded the amazing Lore as well.
This is just me hoping. I have complete faith you will depict Revan as he truly is, not the version Bioware made.
| Guest chapter 9 . 11/20/2020
Meh no one cares enough about Jar Jar to care man. Aside from Last Jedi, that thing is the worst to ever happen in things with the Star Wars title
| anthonym3 chapter 9 . 11/20/2020
absolutely loved the chapter. I hope you really channel Revan's engineering skills to solve the technical aspects of the war.
Fighting a hord of battle droids is pointless when you can simply hack the lot of them and turn them into a private army (for the naboo maybe)?
| The lord of fate chapter 9 . 11/17/2020
Please update the lightning thief
| SvenTheDecoy chapter 9 . 11/17/2020
umm, you keep referring to palps as chancellor even tho at this point he's just a senator. and I agree that episode 1 anakin is by far the least annoying of the prequels. I'm praying that you don't match anakiin with obi-wan for training. please. save obi-wan for ahsoka. anakin and plo koon or kit fisto are a better match. unless quigon lives, of course
| Flash chapter 9 . 11/16/2020
Really amazing chapter bro! Your storytelling never ceases to amaze me! I do agree with some of your feedback and yes, Revan resisting and fighting off Vitiate' control with ease considering Vitiate controlled 8000 powerful Sith Lords before even reaching the power he became at that point, does speak volumes of his unbending willpower. He did overcome the Star Forge itself. However, the book also greatly contradicts KOTOR II of not only Revan but as you mentioned, the Exile as well. Though I disagree on the part where you mentioned Nihlius. Yes, the Exile defeated Sion and Kreia, but against Nihlius she did not stand a chance in terms of raw power and only because she was also a Wound in the Force that she was able to resist Nihlius' Drain and resulted in him becoming significantly weakened. And even after that, it took the assistance of Visas Marr and Canderous Ordo to help her truly defeat him.
And I can't wait to see Revan interact with the Council. He should be formal, calculating, and analytical but NOT submissive. Not by any means. I also can't wait to see Revan begin his adventures in regaining his memories and yes, despite the fact that he was immensely powerful in his previous life. Now, he will be even more powerful due to being born purely from the Force. And him mastering the Force truly will be awesome to see. But its his unparalleled strategic and tactical prowess, which is rivalled only by Grand Admiral Thrawn, that makes him so dangerous.
I also hope he's portrayed more as a chaotic good/necessary evil character, cause Revan has never really been a hero or villain per say. He's morally grey and a Machiavellian. I wonder if you are going to have in the Clone Wars cause I imagine if he were the Supreme Commander, he would steamroll the Separatist forces. Or maybe he would keep his distance for a time and observe