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  • -Lord Scourge, I am Sechel.

  • -Welcome to Drommund Kass

  • -Welcome back.

  • -This is not my first time on this world.

  • -Get up.

  • -Darth Nyriss sends her apologies for not coming to

  • meet you personally.

  • -There have been several attempts on her life--

  • -I am well aware.

  • -Of course, my lord.

  • -That's why you're here.

  • -Excuse my stupidity.

  • -Were your master's instructions to leave me to drown in

  • this downpour?

  • -Forgive me my lord.

  • -Please, follow me. We have a speeder waiting.

  • -There is no emotion.

  • -There is peace.

  • -Don't jump.

  • -I don't want to have to clean up the mess.

  • -I'm sorry, I didn't mean to wake you. I just...

  • -I needed to clear my head.

  • -Maybe you should speak to the Jedi Council.

  • -They might be able to help.

  • -You're asking me to ask the council for help?

  • -I think you had too much of that Corellian wine

  • at dinner.

  • -They owe you.

  • -If it weren't for you, Malak would have destroyed

  • the Republic, eliminated the Council, and all but

  • wiped out the Jedi.

  • -They owe you everything.

  • -The Council doesn't...

  • -The Council doesn't owe me anything.

  • -All the good that I've done doesn't balance out all the

  • evil that came before.

  • -Don't talk like that.

  • -They can't blame you for what happened.

  • -Not anymore.

  • -You're not the same man you once were.

  • -The Revan I know is a hero.

  • -A champion of light.

  • -You redeemed me after Malak turned me to the

  • dark side.

  • -Like you and the Council redeemed me?

  • -What we did was wrong.

  • -At the time, I thought we had no other choice.

  • -But, if I could do it over again--

  • -I don't want anything to change.

  • -If none of that had happened,

  • I might not have found you.

  • -No, what the Council did to you,

  • it wasn't right.

  • -They took away your memories.

  • -They stole your identity.

  • -It came back.

  • -It came back.

  • -You have to let go of your anger.

  • -There is no emotion.

  • -There is peace.

  • -It's cold out here.

  • -We should go back inside.

  • -Here we are my lord.

  • -This way my lord.

  • -Our guest has arrives Murtog.

  • -Did you verify his identity?

  • -What are you talking about?

  • -How do we know it's the real Lord Scourge

  • and not another assassin?

  • Well I don't-- I mean.

  • -He's got the look.

  • -I'm not letting anyone in unless I have verification.

  • -This is completely inappropriate.

  • -You've overstepped your authority.

  • -I'm Chief of Security.

  • -This is completely within my authority.

  • -I am a guest. Darth Nyriss invited me herself!

  • -Hah! You better check your facts.

  • -Did you mean to insult me by leaving me out here like

  • some beggar!

  • -I'm sorry Lord Scourge.

  • -Murtog has become somewhat paranoid since

  • the attack.

  • -What did he mean when he told me to check my facts?

  • -Was I invited by Darth Nyriss or not?

  • -You were. Of course you were.

  • -Well sort of.

  • -You will tell me what is going on.

  • -You will tell me everything.

  • -Or you will die! Do you understand me?

  • -It wasn't Darth Nyriss' idea to hire you.

  • -Tell me who hired you and I'll let you live.

  • -Do I look that stupid?

  • -You seem obviously skilled.

  • -I could use a man like you.

  • -Tell me who hired you and I'll let you work for me.

  • -If not, you can throw your life away.

  • -Very well.

  • -Such a waste of potential.

  • -Last chance.

  • -Join me, or die.

  • -Darth Nyriss will see you now.

  • -I knew I'd find you here.

  • -You looked like death warmed over.

  • -Is being married to Bastilla really that bad?

  • -I haven't been sleeping too well lately.

  • -Bad dreams.

  • -You're one to talk.

  • -Looks like you haven't shaved in three days.

  • -The ladies around here like their men to have

  • rough edges.

  • -So you want something to drink?

  • -Not from here.

  • -It's an acquired taste.

  • -So.

  • -Why are you here?

  • -I get the feeling this isn't just a social call.

  • -I've got some questions about the war.

  • -Not much to say.

  • -We lost. You won.

  • -We thought we could conquer the Republic.

  • -Instead we ended up a broken people.

  • -There's one thing I never understood about the

  • Mandalorian Wars.

  • -Why after all these centuries would you launch an

  • all-out attack on the Republic?

  • -It was Mandalore's idea.

  • -Mandalore felt the Republic was weak. Vulnerable.

  • -Everything was going fine until you showed up.

  • -You and your followers turned the entire tide of the war

  • against us.

  • -Eventually you killed Mandalore, and everything

  • changed.

  • -Is there anything else you can tell me?

  • -About what happened before Mandalore declared war?

  • -Is there anything unusual that might have been

  • a catalyst for the war?

  • -Does this have anything to do with the bad dreams

  • you mentioned?

  • -It might.

  • -You're getting more of your memories back, arn't you?

  • -Only bits and pieces.

  • -I keep having this vision of this planet I don't recognize.

  • -The whole world is covered in electrical storms

  • day and night.

  • -Doesn't sound familiar.

  • -What do you think it means?

  • -I don't know.

  • -But I've got a bad feeling about it.

  • -And you think it's connected to our war against the

  • Republic somehow?

  • -Think about it.

  • -Mandalore the Ultimate decides to do what his

  • predecessors would never dream of.

  • -Launch an all-out war on the Republic.

  • -Malak and I take our troops and go into unknown

  • regions far beyond Mandalorian Space.

  • -And when we come back, we decide to attack

  • the Republic too.

  • -It does seem like a sort of strange coincidence.

  • -You found this storm covered planet in unknown

  • regions?

  • -No.

  • -Something happened to us out there.

  • -Something that's connected to the war against

  • the Republic.

  • -Something that's connected to Mandalore's decision

  • to attack the Republic in the first place.

  • -And you think, whatever this thing is,

  • it's still out there and it's still dangerous?

  • -I don't know.

  • -But I feel like these visions are a warning.

  • -Like my old self is trying to tell me something

  • I can't afford to ignore.

  • -Sounds crazy doesn't it?

  • -Haha

  • -After everything we've been through,

  • this just feels like old times.