1. What is your age? Under 18 Years Old 18 to 24 Years Old 25 to 30 Years Old 31 to 40 Years Old 41 to 50 Years Old 51 to 60 Years Old Over 60 Years Old 2. What is your gender? Male Female 3. To begin, you have awoken on an unfamiliar starship, which is currently under siege by people who aren't at all interested in talking things out. The ship contains vital information that would lead to far greater disasters later on, should it fall into the wrong hands. There is little chance for the ship or its crew to make it out alive, so what have you got to lose? What strategy would you choose to perform in your fight to survive? Attack the enemy forces head-on with the primary focus on their destruction. Aid the surviving crew to the escape pods. Rig your ship's systems to malfunction, destroying the invaders, the crew, and your deadly secrets, but only after you have secured an escape route. Apply all the resources you have to help the resistance. 4. Congrats: you've successfully made it to the planet below! With you are a rag-tag band of individuals who aren't very supportive of the way the imperial government has forcefully quarantined every living thing on the planet. Worse, you discover that the planet is controlled by the very same people who blew your ship to hell. If they find you, they will kill you. The first order of business then, is to find a way off this rock; how would you go about it? Assassinate their leader to instigate a rebellion, escaping amidst the chaos. Pool your resources to steal aboard a ship capable of breaking through the blockade. Capture their leader and demand safe passage in exchange for his life. Stow aboard a space-bound freighter and overtake its crew after leaving the planet. 5. Your journey has taken you to a world filled with people who actually don't want your head on a silver platter. Unfortunately, the backwater planet you just fled was pretty much blown away in a ruthless attempt to kill you, specifically. Knowing this, you have been asked by the Jedi Council to use your resourcefulness to save the galaxy from the Sith: the warring faction bent on conquering. How do you choose to answer their call? With skepticism: why haven't THEY done anything to stop them? With allegiance: they are the sworn protectors of the galaxy, they know best. With advice: stop hiding and meet the Sith head-on. With dismay: why is the galaxy so unassuming and dependent that they can't fight for their own freedom themselves? 6. However you feel about serving the Jedi's demands, you have either seen some form of wisdom in their instruction, or come to understand that SOMEONE has to do it. You may be disappointed to hear that the first thing on the list for saving the galaxy includes treasure hunting on a number of different yet similar planets. Your first clue lies in a cave on Tatooine guarded by a giant lizard known as a Krayt Dragon, who eats people your size for breakfast. How would you defeat this great obstacle? Lull the beast out of the cave with food and then stun it. Bait the Krayt Dragon into eating smaller animals that have thermal detonators strapped to them. Put it down with blaster fire. Keep it distracted while someone else goes into the cave. 7. Next stop: Kashyyyk, the wookiee world covered in skyscraper-tall trees. The planet, however, is not ruled by its native wookiees, but a faceless weapons corporation looking only to make a profit. The wookiees are captured and enslaved, while their own leader is actually supplying the corporation with his own people, in exchange for power. The population is oblivious, but the wookiee you befriend at the start of the mission believes he can end put a stop to it all. How do you choose to help him? Drive out the slavers. Gather information linking the corrupt leader with the slavers. Eliminate the wookiee leader. Offer instruction to the wookiees to help combat the slavers. 8. Third stop: Manaan. It's a neutral water world controlled by an indigenous aquatic species that holds a key to winning the war between the Republic and the Sith: kolto or "healing juice". Your quest takes you to a secret and illegal Republic mining station, where the facility has been driven murderously insane telepathically by a strange fish, said to be centuries old. If the station is disassembled, Manaan would surely ban the Republic from the kolto industry. How would you handle the situation? Destroy the mining station: real soldiers don't need first aid. Kill the creature behind the chaos: its life can't be more important than the Republic. Plant evidence to make it look like the Sith were responsible: they probably have their own illegal mining station anyway. Shut down the mining facility: rules are rules. 9. Your heroic pilot has just gotten the ship caught in a tractor beam cast by a Sith warship. Once aboard and brutally interrogated, you and your crew mount an escape. Working your way to the bridge to override the security, you cross the ship's despotic admiral. He reveals to you that one of your close friends you met at the beginning of your journey was, at one time, a Sith Lord who was responsible for the deaths of thousands of lives. How would you feel? Shattered Nervous Impressed Apathetic 10. So now you're on the run again, with the knowledge that you're carrying the former Sith Lord Revan on board, and one of the Jedi in your crew has been captured by his former apprentice. The best lead you have to stage a rescue, ironically is the last clue, hidden on the Sith world Korriban. What would you do about Revan during the course of this trip? Take advantage of his skills and abilities: he's gotten you THIS far without incident... Keep Revan close-by to keep an eye on him. Revan stays aboard, end of story. I watch, curious as to how Revan will keep a low profile. 11. All the clues have been assembled; the directions lead to a colossal factory in space. It is crawling with Sith forces, and your pilot immediately sends the coordinates to the Republic. The Sith chase you into the distruptor field surrounding the uncharted planet below, forcing your ship to land on the surface. Moving quickly to disable the disruptor field, you find the captive crew member has fallen to the dark side, and has been ordered to kill you and your friends. Describe your reaction. Unsurprised: the odds were against the Republic and the Sith promised greater power. Shocked: where's her loyalty? Amused: she always was a spoiled Jedi princess. Disappointed: she should have had the discipline to resist it. 12. The grand finale: the entire Republic fleet vs legions of Sith armadas. History will be made today. Many Jedi will fall fighting the forces of Darth Malak but victory for the Republic lies in his defeat, and the destruction of the Star Forge. How does this play out for you? I would lead the fighters and capital ships into the Star Forge and disrupt its orbital stabilizers, sending it plummeting into the sun. I would overwhelm the Dark Jedi inside the Star Forge until I reached Darth Malak himself. I would sabotage the Star Forge defenses to attack itself, laying the groundwork for the Republic's crippling assault. I would be on the front lines aboard the Star Forge, taking down as many Sith as I could and if I had to die, it would be an honorable death.