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Star Wars: The Old Republic - Knights of the Fallen Empire (2015)

Sometime after the Invasion of Ziost, the Eternal Empire enters into the Galactic War between the Galactic Republic and the Sith Empire, and led by its princes Arcann and Thexan, the ... See full summary »

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Ben Irving, Jesse Sky

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Randy Begel, Charles Boyd (lead writer) | 8 more credits »
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Tom Spackman ... Bounty Hunter Male (voice)
Grey Griffin ... Bounty Hunter Female / Holographic Recording / Vanat (voice)
Bertie Carvel ... Imperial Agent Male (voice)
Jo Wyatt ... Imperial Agent Female / Holographic Recording (voice)
David Hayter ... Jedi Knight Male (voice)
Kari Wahlgren ... Jedi Knight Female / Additional Voices (voice)
Nolan North ... Jedi Consular Male / Kam Wendan / Republic Gunner / Sergeant Dol (voice)
Athena Karkanis ... Jedi Consular Female (voice)
Euan Morton ... Sith Inquisitor Male (voice)
Xanthe Elbrick ... Sith Inquisitor Female (voice)
Mark Bazeley ... Sith Warrior Male (voice)
Natasha Little ... Sith Warrior Female (voice)
Maury Sterling ... Smuggler Male (voice)
Kath Soucie ... Smuggler Female (voice)
Brian Bloom ... Trooper Male / Republic Officer (voice)

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Sometime after the Invasion of Ziost, the Eternal Empire enters into the Galactic War between the Galactic Republic and the Sith Empire, and led by its princes Arcann and Thexan, the Eternal Empire decimates both the Republic and the Sith. Five years have passed, and with the Republic and the Sith having all but collapsed, the Veteran of the Galactic War, also know as the "Outlander", must gather old and new followers and take the fight to defeat the Eternal Empire.

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Fifth expansion of the game (in technical terms), and the third major expansion, that raised the level cap from 60 to 65. See more »

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Knights of the Fallen Empire.
30 October 2015 | by rory-lustermansSee all my reviews

SWtOR had a troublesome post launch issues and a lack of certain content and bugs. But a lost has changed in the past 3/4 years. With KOtFE being the fifth expansion there have also been a lot of patches. SWTOR now is a completely different MMO. With all new features like Starfighter combat, PvP matches, Flashpoint, Operations and Stronghols (own player or guild housing) Kotfe is a more story based expansion set 5 years after the last expansion, Shadow of Revan. With Revan gone and the Emperor freed not only the Republic or Empire at stake but the entire Galaxy both factions work somewhat together to stop this common foe. KOtFE brings back that BioWare story driven game play back like in Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic (2003) (KotOR short) The Story is great, it's Star Wars, its BioWare it has it all. The new Episodic way of releasing content is a step in the right direction, they can now release new content in a much shorter time period. Instead of releasing two expansion every year, one being game play related the other Story Content they can now release new content each and every month or so.

SWtOR has a special place within the Star Wars Canon (Canon being the things that did happen in the Galaxy, non-canon being the things that are completely made-up and there is the Legends stories the things that may or may not have happened) Swtor is classified as Legends making it so that it hasn't been proved if it has happened, however all things that came from the Expanded Universe (EU) are now legends and they will likely not be re-introduced into the canon only small bits. Swtor is a little different, when Disney bought LucasFilm and all its assets the video game rights went to EA, BioWare being a EA sub had no problem with that. All the new content released under the LucasFilm/Disney name would be Canon however SWtoR was part of both the pre and the Disney era period this making it's new content canon. This is however not the case, the LucasFilm Story Group (A group of people who take care of the story) said that SWtoR would remain within it's own canon and as long as it doesn't conflict with the new Canon it would remain that way. They are free to make new content and the Story Group helps with that, all the new stories being written for SWtoR are passed onto the Story Group for reviewing. Swtor has become a great Star Wars experience from ugly duckling as the Phantom Manace to something great like The Empire Strikes Back. EA has canceled some games one being a BioWare project stating that more time and effort should be spend on SWTOR and gave the game's budget to SWTOR. The game has a bright future!

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