My Sith Juggernaut Vette: Why can't I take this damned thing off? Me: You know you could ask me to take the collar off right? Vette: Ummmm? what? Me:In thought "I swear on Darth Sion's grave I with have Baras' head for this."
Blue's a common color among them, and most female Twi'leks are beautiful by default, lol. I thought it was Vette, too, though, but I've seen them enough times by now to know that it wasn't her in that vid.
Either way, I like the game and I look forward to getting my own account, whenever I can.
The Star Wars Wikia is still a Wikia... Like the others, it's managed by the people (fans, usually) and is not always reliable. I may be wrong, mind you, but I speak from experience when I say that blue's a common color, based on the fact that at least a good half of the Twi'leks I've ever seen are, indeed, blue.
Again, I might be wrong, but with all due respect, I'll need something a little more convincing than an argument based solely on what one has read on a Wikia. Sadly, Wikipedia and its knock-offs, branch sites, or whatever they are just happen to be the only major Star Wars info source that I can find on the 'net.
I'm not trying to be mean, mind you, but I've found way too many inconsistencies when using Wikias, in general, to really believe them. I honestly wouldn't be surprised if I found more than a few in the Star Wars Wikia...
just because half the important twi'leks are blue doesn't mean the're the most common, it would be like saying that Arabs are the most common race of humans - it isn't true, we just hear about them a lot nowadays.
That was Eleena Daru, a Twi'lek slave he took for his own. Although technically and for all outward purposes a slave, Eleena has a romantic and devoted relationship with Malgus and fights side by side with him. She is the only one who knows his true name and he is uncharacteristically protective and caring of her(as caring as a Sith Lord can be )
No problem! If you want to know a bit more I recommend the SWTOR books, specifically Deceived. Very good story that sets things up before the game's story, also Revan is another good read that links the original KOTOR games with the new one.