TSLRCM tries to fix to the best of our abilities the issues The Sith Lords had due to being rushed. Containing a host of restored content and fixes many bugs left inside TSL giving you the most polished and best possible chance to get the full experience.

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KorbisBarkly May 31 2013 says:

Thank you! This makes so much more sense than an invisible mine lying in the middle of the bridge!

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Purify Jun 2 2013 replied:

I don't know...i think that the mine was better. :/

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Tpiom Jun 10 2013 replied:

What...? Why? The mine is so random and out of place.

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Purify Jun 10 2013 replied:

Well...just my opinion.I just don't really believe that lightning can have that effect.Especiacialy given the fact that even the highest level of Force Lightning doesn't cause similar damage or effect.The mine was something unexpected.Something that noone didn't anticipate and because it was invisible.I just think that it fits the story better.

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sbseed Jan 1 2015 says:

actually when sith or jedi die (in a non-natural type death) they cause enough of a impact or 'disturbance' with the force that it can have many different effects near and in the surrounding areas...

thus a bit a lightning could potentially happen near a body... other effects are possible as well, such as whirlwind/push/dominate (in this case it would be instant loss of consciousness and possibly scrambling thought process' and possibly memory), too the point of causing many different things to happen at the same time which would also have a major impact on the flora/fauna of the environ where they were killed.

personally this has always made me wonder why the ship didnt have more destruction happening to it and the nearby planet than what did happen, considering how nihilus stayed alive for so long as well as his overall connection to the force... the more 'powerful' a sith/jedi is with the force the more catastrophic the disconnection is with the force at death when being killed.

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Also known as "no more mine"...

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