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Grand Moff Rycus Kilran is eager to restart the war, and his efforts to recapture a defecting Imperial general is a success despite the loss of a number of ships to Republic forces under Grand Master Satele Shan. Kilran's efforts to capture the Republic ambassador Vyn Asara by attacking the transport Esseles fails,[19] however, forcing Imperial spokespeople to deny the Empire's involvement in an effort to distance themselves from the incident.[20] Amid the many proxy conflicts, the Empire and Republic begin to engage each other in encounters that come closer and closer to open war. The xenophobic Advozse Hegemony acquires the powerful battle station known as Hammer Station and attempts to expand their territory, but the galactic powers dispatch forces to destroy the station. A similar conflict arises when the Mandalorian Clan Varad begins terrorizing the Outer Rim with the stolen Republic warship Allusis; both governments send strike teams to destroy Clan Varad and take control of the Allusis.[19]

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The hunter's next target is on Nar Shadda: the Eidolon, a notorious assassin who heads the Republic-allied Eidolon Security company. With the help of a Hutt Cartel lieutenant named Gele'ren and Mako's childhood friend Anuli, the hunter attacks the Eidolon's corporate holdings in an attempt to draw the target out. The hunter's competition, a clan of Ugnaughts, are easily dispatched, but the Eidolon kills Anuli and leaves assassin droids to kill the hunter. To the Eidolon's surprise, Mako and the hunter survive and pursue him to a safe house, where they successfully take down their target.[19]

After Sadic's defeat, General Suthra dispatches the Knight and Kira Carsen to meet with a potential defector named Admiral Hacklin, but the meeting is a trap set by Valis, a "Child" of the Sith Emperor. Valis seeks to recapture Carsen, herself a former Child who escaped the Empire, though Valis is defeated by the two Jedi.

While designing Tatooine in early 2008, the artists relied on the significant visual content from the films, but also drew from Expanded Universe literature to add oasis and patches of fertile vegetation. The artists also worked to ensure that Tatooine incorporated the game's specific aesthetic style, resulting in a world that was not quite as bleak and gritty as the one that appeared within the films. Dromund Kaas previously appeared in the 1998 video game Star Wars: Jedi Knight: Mysteries of the Sith, and the planet's historic ties to the dark side and the Sith led the writers to select it for the Sith Empire's capital. The concept artists approached the design of the planet with the idea that the Sith had subjugated Dromund Kaas, and the planet was actually rebelling against its inhabitants. Clint Young intended to showcase the fact that Dromund Kaas was originally lush and beautiful before the arrival of the Sith, and he twisted the shapes present within his reference imagery of canyons and forests to create a planet that was not completely corrupted.[92]

The Codex entry "Galactic History 03: The Battalions of Zhell" erroneously claimed that the Zhell, the precursor Human species, banded together into the Battalions of Zhell after they were attacked by the rival Taung species following an enormous volcanic eruption,[301] when in fact the Zhell were united and were fighting the Taung well before the volcano's eruption.[300] The Codex entry "Galactic History 31: The Ritual of Nathema" discusses the Ritual of Nathema, an event that first appeared in The Old Republic Revan, but claims that the event was celebrated by Imperial historians.[302] The Old Republic: Revan contradicts this, stating that the Emperor erased all mentions of his homeworld from Imperial history to conceal how he gained his power.[131] When the character of Darth Acina was introduced in Rise of the Hutt Cartel, her Codex entry originally stated that she was the successor to Darth Hadra as head of the Sphere of Technology. However, the novel The Old Republic: Annihilation, which was released prior to Rise of the Hutt Cartel, had already established Darth Karrid as Hadra's successor.[22] This error was pointed on the forums of The Old Republic's website to the writers, and Charles Boyd ensured in the next patch that the Codex entry was corrected to say Karrid instead of Hadra.[303]

Although Mass Effect 3 garnered critical acclaim like its predecessors, controversy surrounded its release. The most notable incident involved the public's reaction and refusal to accept the game's (and the trilogy's) ending.[169] Several players organized themselves around internet campaigns to demand a better ending to the game.[170] Both the US Federal Trade Commission and the British Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) received complaints alleging that BioWare misled consumers under existing law which governs product advertising and consumer rights.[171][172] BioWare later released an "extended cut" patch which would expand upon, but not replace, the endings of Mass Effect 3.[173][174] BioWare also faced accusations of unethical business practices over its handling of the release for the Mass Effect 3: From Ashes DLC pack,[175] as well as potential conflict of interest over video game media personality Jessica Chobot's involvement in Mass Effect 3.[176]


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