bigredpanda wrote:Gay couples weren't "implanted"? Did they not have a high enough Constitution? :mischief:
I think the idea being floated is that if Revan was a woman and had a child, it would be with Carth.
Either way I'm still not persuaded. I'm hoping that the writers could come up with something a bit more imaginative, to be honest.
It's canon that Revan is a man. It's only in the game that Revan can be man, woman, or anything else you want him to be.
You say him or her, but if they have a kid togheter, wouldn't revan be a man? If revan was a woman, she couldn't be with bastilla because gay couples were not implanted in the first Kotor. The point is if revan is going to have a child, he beter be a man. "You narrow-minded person" some might think. They do this without reason, because if you make revan a woman and let her have bastilla, you're changing the previous games.
For me, I like to see revan return like I roleplayed him. Mysterious and strange against others, loving against Bastilla.
When i said Revan would be protective of him/her i meant the child
can be him/her, not Revan or Bastila. Then i said Revan would want Bastila to stay in the Republic with their baby not follow him into the unknown regions. Remember, she didn't do anything to protect the Republic in KOTOR 2, yet in canon she's a lightsider, meaning she can't for some reason, and i bet it's cause she's protecting her baby. You misread it or didn't understand it, and i'd say a little of both!