Fan art of Darth Revan from Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic was recently published, bringing back fond memories of what many consider BioWare's best game. Fans have been waiting for the return of the Galactic Republic timeline ever since the third installment was canceled, and the troubled KOTOR remake was reportedly delayed indefinitely. As time has passed, the games depicting this era of Star Wars history have aged poorly, but the era's enduring popularity has not. \n \nPlayers in Knights of the Old Republic could personalize their character's appearance and name to their liking, in addition to picking between the good and evil sides of the Force. Characters like Darth Revan and the comical HK-47 were introduced to the Star Wars canon for the first time in KOTOR, making it feel like a new subseries while still being recognizable. To this day, Knights of the Old Republic (KOTOR) is still widely regarded as a seminal contribution to the Star Wars video game canon. \n \nOutstanding fan art for Knights of the Old Republic was uploaded to Reddit by vicbwolf, who drew inspiration from two eras to create an arcade version of Darth Revan. Using crimson and purple on Revan, with the addition of a white lightsaber, represents the conflict between the Jedi and Sith orders. It's fantastic artwork for anyone who likes KOTOR or the Star Wars mythos. \n \nLucas Films, like Disney, has yet to brush off this kind of inspiration. Some fans were disappointed by the delay of the KOTOR remake, but the canonization of Revan in the Star Wars timeline was a welcome relief. Although Darth Revan's canon confirmation could have far-reaching effects on the character and era, there is still much to learn about him through playing through Knights of the Old Republic again. Star Wars: The Knights of the Old Republic has a lot to see in the galaxy, with its 31-hour main story and countless hidden treasures.