He also has the exact same hair as Quinn--that must be why he likes him so much
In the game, you can either tell Quinn you forgive him completely, imply that you may never forgive him, or ignore his efforts and say nothing about it. I wanted an option to say that I liked what he was doing, I just needed more.
Unfortunately, you can easily miss this dialog if you take Quinn with you, since then he can't be on the ship to help Vowrawn escape.
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Honestly, I like the guy.
Quinn needs a vacation, but I would have to order him to take one. The exchange would go something like this:
Warrior: Quinn, you need to take a vacation, you're too uptight.
Quinn: I am not "uptight", my lord. I am simply following Imperial Military Protocol.
Warrior: Even so, you need some R&R. Go take a vacation on Spira.
Quinn: We are in the middle of a war with the Republic, now is not the time for vacation.
Warrior: That's an order, Captain, now pack your things and go; your transport leaves tomorrow at 8:00 AM Imperial Standard Time!
Quinn: Right away, my lord!
I think it's the only so many hair options thingy.
Well I know have a sith Pureblood Jedi Knight and my Sith Inquisitor has totally lost her mind, at least the way I'm playing her. She killed three people back to back, the last just cause he looked at her funny. O.o
I found this series yesterday and I really like it, though its kinda strange, and I probably should stop reading it until I actually work more on a Sith Warrior... oh well.
Anyway, good comics.
Fun fact: Remember that huge-ass statue on Dromund Kaas? The one being built by an apprentice to curry favor with his master on the Dark Council? The one whose construction spawned a massive slave revolt? The apprentice was Lord Qet, whose master is Darth Vowrawn. I nearly choked on my tea when I found out. XD
(Also, double-fail, Qet. The colossus looks nothing like Vowrawn.)