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Malek and the Star Forge with the Reapers.

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Let's be real, Malak vs Saren, Saren would have taken over the Star Forge.

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I’m saying together. A combined force.

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Hm, only if the indoctrination effect was capable of making Malak play 2nd in command again... And I'm not sure how that would play with the mind of a Force sensitive/user.

In KOTOR Malak is finally in charge and he's not going to give that up again easily and Saren won't suffer fools that stand in his way. Maybe Malak would team up with him on a temporary basis, biding his time until he can strike..?

The thing I can see though is the Krogan vs Mandalorian wars.

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Biotics vs force users.

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I can't decide on that one, because they're not going to be mutually exclusive. Therefore I'm not sure if they'd view each other as allies or enemies or if there would be cults of superiority forming in each etc.

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Reapers vs Sith vs Republic vs Citadel

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I have little idea what you're getting at other than everyone fighting everyone else. tongue

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Idk either tbh.

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You just want a massive Lucas Arts vs Bioware battle royale, don't you?  tongue

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Well a little.

But I have a story idea and I’m trying to work through it, while also destroying it so I don’t feel bad for not working on it.

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I've found that I'll write the outline for a scene (or even the whole thing) to set the feel for a thing I have in my head so that I can come back to it when I have time. To get over feeling like I should be working on it I use the excuse that it's developing/percolating in my head whilst I do other stuff.

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I’ve been trying to just knock it out of my head because it’s too much for my mind to work with.

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Just think of it as being like Capcom vs Marvel.  tongue

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Which versions and edition though?

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I have absolutely no idea, I've not played any of them. I think I played x-men vs street fighter once, in a pub, and promptly was not allowed to play again because button mashing apparently is not a legit tactic even when it means you win... repeatedly.

Basically whichever version/edition makes you happiest. tongue

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I’m more of a Mortal Kombat and Tekken kind of guy. If I’m being completely honest.

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As previously stated I'm a kind of mashing all the buttons player in beat 'em ups.

Tactics? Who needs tactics?  big_smile

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If people get upset to losing to button masher. They need to re-evaluate how good they are at the game.

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Or, just maybe, button mashing is the best strategy. tongue

I'm kidding, I'm s**t at tactics in most areas of gaming. Even when I know I need to avoid getting flanked I still get flanked because I forget to check the bloody radar that shows enemy movement.