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Hi guys, welcome to the light side ending to the force unleashed 2, where Lord Vader gets captured by the rebellion! i wanna branch out my content, so what o. Oct 29,  · This is the collectors edition Deak Starkiller Skin in the Star Wars Force Unleashed 2 PS3 game. Deak was a male non- Jedi pilot in the resurrected Kyp’s Dozen squadron. This article is a stub about a character. You can help Wookieepedia by expanding it.

 

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Hi guys, welcome to the light side ending to the force unleashed 2, where Lord Vader gets captured by the rebellion! i wanna branch out my content, so what o. Deak was a male non- Jedi pilot in the resurrected Kyp’s Dozen squadron. This article is a stub about a character. You can help Wookieepedia by expanding it. Oct 29,  · This is the collectors edition Deak Starkiller Skin in the Star Wars Force Unleashed 2 PS3 game.
 
 
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Remove this message when finished. The story follows the life of Starkiller , a clone of Galen Marek , and his quest to break free of Darth Vader’s influence. Starkiller escaping from Timira City. Vader enters a large room, with a large, round cell set into the floor. A young man is inside, and is informed that he has been left alone for thirteen days , as an endurance test.

The clone is suffering from visions , including a forest burning, and a woman’s voice in his head. Vader informs him that they are but memories of a dead man , and that they would fade in time. Telling him that his objective is to kill Starkiller’s old Jedi mentor , Vader presents him with two identical red -bladed lightsabers , and instructs him to cut down several training droids , which assume the identities of Rebel soldiers and a mysterious woman.

The new Starkiller cuts down all the soldiers, yet realizes that the woman is none other than Juno Eclipse, the original Starkiller’s old pilot and love interest. He is unable to kill her, prompting Vader to step in. Cutting the last droid down, Vader tells Starkiller that the accelerated cloning process used to create him is imperfect.

All previous clones had gone mad within months. Vader states that he had expected this Starkiller to be the first success, but it seemed that this clone was going to suffer the same fate. After questioning what Vader was going to do with him, Starkiller sees another vision—Vader stabbing his past self in front of the Emperor.

Blasting Vader with Force lightning , Starkiller destroys a portion of the wall, allowing him to escape. However, he is faced with a huge drop, which is filled with perils such as lighting towers, platforms and TIE fighters. Blasting all of them out of his way, Starkiller crashes through a glass roof to another part of the facility. He begins to carve his way through various Imperial troops : Riot troopers , stormtroopers , two Carbonite War droids and jumptroopers.

After avoiding an Imperial dropship , Starkiller comes to a large tower, which he knocks down by throwing several TIE fighters at it. The tower crushes one of three AT-STs guarding his master’s starfighter. Destroying the remaining two, Starkiller managed to steal the fighter, just as Vader blasts his way to the landing platform. Vader watches as his fighter soars away into space. Meanwhile, on Cato Neimoidia , a Massiff prepares to charge at a competitor in an arena.

As it charges, it is cut down mid-leap by the competitor, who is revealed to be the original Starkiller’s mentor, the Rebel and Jedi General Rahm Kota. After striking down a Feeorin Gladiator , Kota shouts up to an observation canopy, informing a ‘ Baron ‘ that he was ‘running out of executioners’. The Baron, Merillion Tarko, requests that they ‘try the Corellian slice hounds ‘.

He is informed by one of his Neimoidian aides that Vader’s ship was approaching. Tarko, under the impression that Vader himself was coming, requests a squad of stormtroopers to be assembled in the hangar. However, it was not Vader that had arrived, but Starkiller. Tarko, immediately suspicious of the young man, asks him for the sector’s security codes.

After Starkiller fails to give the codes, Tarko orders the troopers to attack him. Starkiller easily kills the troopers, yet Tarko flees back to the immediate safety of the city. Starkiller kills many more Imperial forces on the way, but he is attacked by one of Tarko’s Nemesis -class gunships , which promptly destroys a bridge, killing Imperials and destroying buildings relentlessly.

Starkiller evades the ship, but it would not be the last time he would face the gunship. After entering a gambling hall, filled with many game machines, he came across several Carbonite War Droids in the lower levels, which had seemingly frozen many unfortunate Neimoidian citizens. After going through another, smaller room with three game machines, the Nemesis attacks yet again, destroying the bridge Starkiller was standing on.

Starkiller manages to reach a tram, and utilizes it as a passage to the Eastern Arch. He is forced to destroy many TIE Fighters in order to save the tram, but the Nemesis catches up, firing its hellcaster cannon and several missiles. While unable to deflect the laser blasts, Starkiller manages to redirect the missiles back at the ship, eventually forcing it to flee.

The tram had suffered too much damage, however, and it plunged off its power supply line, with Starkiller only just managing to leap off it to reach a platform. After destroying several more Imperials, Starkiller finally reached his goal; the Arena.

Before he could enter it, however, the bridge he was standing on was partially destroyed: Another Nemesis corners him. Starkiller manages to crush its engines, destroying it.

He uses it to leap across to the other side of the destroyed bridge, and into the arena’s ventilation shaft. He uses a lift to access a gateway into the arena. He enters, finds Kota, and tells him that he ‘can sit this one out’.

Kota is overjoyed to find Starkiller seemingly alive. Tarko, on the other hand, is enraged, and tells his aide to ‘send out the Gorog ‘. His aide panics, informing Tarko that the restraints of the arena had not been properly tested. Tarko insisted that the Gorog gate be opened. A Rancor enters the arena. Starkiller ignites one of his lightsabers, and looks smugly at the Rancor. Just before the Rancor could attack, however, an immense hand emerges from the floor, crushes the rancor, and pulls it below.

Then, the same arm emerges, pulling with it an immense creature: The Gorog. Starkiller was forced to damage the creature’s manacles, and push them into chains hanging on the walls.

Once this was done, he gripped the creature’s neck chain, and managed to pull it towards the floor, slamming it down twice. This seemed to be the only way of greatly damaging the beast.

The Gorog pulled its hands free, and Starkiller had to repeat the process again. He then leaped at the Gorog, slicing off a metal plate on its forehead. He stabbed at a gash that was hidden behind the plate. The Gorog, now fully enraged, pulled its left wrist free, completely shattering the manacle. It flung Starkiller on to the arena’s side wall, pulled its other wrist free, and proceeded to climb the arena.

Kota, who had gone after Tarko, suggested destroying the arena’s supports. Starkiller realized this would bring down the whole structure, but did it anyway. Just before the arena gave way, he proceeded towards Tarko’s observation box. Kota was already dueling Tarko and three stormtroopers.

The Gorog punched its way into the box, still seeking to kill Starkiller. Tarko was promptly eaten, yet Kota was trapped in the beast’s grip. He was pulled down with it when the arena gave way. As Kota was the only one who knew where Juno was, Starkiller dived after him, dodging debris on his way down.

Unable to kill the Gorog, or at least harm it in such as way that it would relent its grip on the suffocating Kota, Starkiller used the Force to charge towards the Gorog at an insurmountable speed, punching a hole through the Gorog’s chest with his own body. The Gorog finally let Kota go. Kota chided Starkiller’s lack of an escape, yet he showed he had his own escape: The Rogue Shadow plummeted towards the two men, rescuing them, just as the Gorog and the rest of the arena fell to the bottom of the chasm.

Starkiller, assuming Eclipse to be at the helm, barged into the bridge, yet discovered that she was not there. Kota then revealed that Eclipse’s ship was out of his reach, and they had lost contact.

He then suggested that Starkiller create a major diversion in order to rally the troops. Starkiller interjected, revealing that he was a clone, grown in a vat to take Marek’s place. Kota laughed at this, stating that it was impossible to clone Jedi. When Starkiller revealed that he had come from Kamino, Kota requested information on the cloning facilities for a major strike. Starkiller refused, and said that he needed a place to meditate. Kota snapped at him, yet inadvertently inspired Starkiller to visit Dagobah.

After dropping Kota off at Malastare , Starkiller traveled to Dagobah. Meanwhile, on Kamino, Boba Fett was examining the damage caused by Starkiller’s escape. Vader, who is also in the room, orders Fett to find ‘the woman’ Juno Eclipse , and to bring her to him, knowing that Starkiller would follow her. Fett requested a squadron of Stormtroopers from Vader, stating they would not return. Vader instead offered him some Terror Troopers , and an enormous four-legged walker.

Fett looked at them, then stated that ‘they’ll do’. Starkiller proceeded to Dagobah and found a small, green being outside the entrance to a cave.

Starkiller thought this being to be a guardian, yet the individual revealed himself to be nothing more than a watcher. He suggested that Starkiller was looking for something lost, ‘a part of [himself], perhaps’. After being told that the thing he had lost was inside the cave, Starkiller entered, his TIE Fighter garb changing to more traditional Jedi robes as he did so. Inside, he encountered several clones of himself, entangled in vines.

A little way on, Starkiller saw Juno standing in a fog, which turned into a bridge of a ship. Starkiller saw Juno get attacked, and called out to her. She limped towards him, but then faded, as did the rest of the vision. Starkiller collected Kota from Malastare, and Kota revealed that the types of glimpses into the future that Starkiller experienced were hardly ever wrong.

After finding and boarding the Salvation near the Itani Nebula , [1] Kota and Starkiller made their way towards the bridge.