Which reminds me: I'm also thinking of drawing Carth running away from Aneth yelling "Get that woman away from me!" while Shad (who'd be a Force Ghost in my KotOR light fan fic and ask if they should comply with what Carth wanted) and my Ifalna look on with their weirded-out expression.
Haha, the fourth one is my favorite. I love how you're not at all shocked. Same thing basically happened to my sis-in-law; she was playing, after Dantooine she started reading FanFiction, she called me and was like "Um, why do they keep calling the main character Revan?"
Hehe, yeah--I had read all about the plot on Wookieepedia back before I was even considering buying the game, so I went into it from the start knowing the entire tale of Revan. Didn't decrease my enjoyment of the game at all, though.
Yeah, this is my "it's Thursday night and I'm bored and exhausted from school and I want to draw something simple and effortless" style.
I don't even know how "Willish" came about--when Straven and I started Origins, I realized I needed a real-actual name for Revan, so I pulled up my long list of made-up names that I consult whenever I need names for characters (names!) and searched around until I found a female first name that sounded peppy and not too feminine/serious ("aneth" is actually French for dill weed, and when I saw it I knew I had to name someone that), and a surname that sounded fairly normal and undramatic (you know, something that wasn't "Darkangst" or "Mightydestiny"). I can't remember where "Willish" originally came from. It might have just been me throwing syllables around, like how a good chunk of the items on my name-list came into being.
I don't believe I've ever told anyone; it never seemed like pertinent information. But yes, the game was still every bit as enjoyable even if I already knew the main plot twist. There were plenty of other little delightful surprises along the way, though, such as the majority of the party characters (I can't tell you how thrilled I was when I brought Juhani back from the dark side ).
""aneth" is actually French for dill weed, and when I saw it I knew I had to name someone that." That fits really well; it reminds me of how "Dumbledore" is a word for "bumblebee". "Willish" has the same homey feel (but also an element of strength, like "willful"). "ish" is just a funny syllable by nature.