Favorite to Least Favorite KotOR 1 & 2 Main Characters
Yup. These are my opinions only!
Yup. These are my opinions only!
Ok, what's not to like about this character! Female or male, dark or light side, I've always enjoyed playing this character in the first game.
Lots of people put Atton "Jaq" Rand down for being a scoundrel-type character like Han Solo, but to me it's not like that. I love Atton so, so much because he has an amazing backstory, and a great romance with the Exile. The scoundrel-type behavior is all an act, and Atton Rand is a man of many faces.
I love this character because she and Atton are SOO perfect together and she has a very unique backstory! Plus, I loved playing as her in the second game, she works best for me when she's a female. Unfortunately, I was greatly disappointed when I read the book Revan and learned that, well... you know.
Though Bastila was a bit annoying in the first game, I grew to enjoy her character because of the relationship she develops with the male Revan. Until she got captured, I used her all the time.
Honestly, everyone comparing good ol' Carth to Han Solo is crazy. Yeah, he has some trust issues, but his relationship with female Revan is awesome! However, I don't ship them as much as I ship Meetra and Atton.
Kreia/Darth Traya's role in the second game is one to be admired. Yeah, she disagreed with literally all of my characters decisions, but her philosophy is really cool.
I'm so glad I got to journey with Canderous/Mandalore in two games. He's so supportive of Revan and is great to have around, and tells awesome stories. However, I didn't use Canderous that much after Taris, but I did complete his quest.
Oooh, many people bash on this character for being annoying. Yeah, he is annoying, and he's super boring, but I have to admire him for how LIGHT he is!
Yeah. Visas is a very cool companion who sees through the Force, and is probably the person I ship most with a male Exile. I love her backstory as Nihilus's apprentice.
I know it's weird, but I actually ship Malak with a female dark side Revan. Come on, think about it, it's not that weird? Plus, even though he's a weird villain with a trademark laugh, his jaw is cool!
He's so awesome. I like how he is tied to the Exile's past, and he's super helpful. As Atton said, he should go start a circus.
Sleeps-with-vibroblades is a very cool but sad character. Plus, I find it funny and a little weird that he loves the Exile?!
I love how Nihilus is basically the dark side version of the Exile. He is a wound in the Force, and consumes people too.
I'm guessing people are going to bash on me for not having HK at the top of this list. He's really funny and all, but I never felt it was worth it to repair him or use him anywhere but on Tatooine.
Hah! Mission Vao was pretty great to have around, even though she's only 14! She was very helpful on Taris. However, I didn't find myself using her anywhere but on Taris.
Mira is pretty badass, if I do say so myself. I like her backstory and all, and she's got quite the attitude. I love her banter with Atton, it's hilarious!
Brianna is pretty emotionless, but I find it cool that her mother was Master Kae. Her banter with Atton is also extremely hilarious!!!
Jolee's pretty powerful, and he's definitely wise. I love sitting down next to him and listening to his stories. But other than that, he's not that memorable to me.
Lots of people hate Juhani because she's ugly and annoying, but I guess I like having her around. I use her a lot, and she's a pretty powerful Jedi Guardian. I like having her break out everyone on the Leviathan, too.
He's a kind of boring little droid, but he's amazingly cute, too, and I like it when he plays pazaak with Atton. It's a shame that he got blown to smithereens on Dromund Kaas.
Zaalbar is an awesome Wookie, and my favorite in both games! Unfortunately, other than his backstory on Kashyyyk, I don't think I ever used him in my game.
He's a pretty cool droid with a very unique and interesting backstory, but he isn't that memorable to me.
I like how he's got that struggle with a life-debt to Mira, but other than that, he's a pretty forgettable character.
Trask, I hate to say this, but you sacrificed yourself for no reason.
I tend to like villains, a lot, but it all depends on their characterization and backstory. Saul Karath has zero backstory, and it seems like he's just evil. Shame.
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