Within the new continuity, even though so far the Sith got wiped out at the end of RoTJ, it feels that Disney still wants to uphold their imagery, even with the order gone. Besides the in-universe reason of Kylo Ren wanting to imitate Vader, Disney wanted to also bring back that familiar appearance of a man in dark clothing wielding a red blade. While he lacks a Darth name, Disney could have set up his image as even less Sith like, to differentiate him from the Sith of old. Such as using a non-red crossguard that he built as Jedi and never changed the color. I talk about this, because I wonder if the whole "Looks like a Sith but not one" will be a repeatable pattern if Disney has a vision for a post-ST world with darksiders fighting a new Jedi Order. That is a possible path, but they instead could bring back the real deal.....from a certain point of view. The Sith reborn, possibly taking some inspiration from the One Sith of the EU. You could say though, that would never happen in Disney canon because they want to uphold the prophecy of the Sith being destroyed by the chosen one. Then again, it could be interpreted as the Rule of Two Sith being wiped out for good, never to return. While not preventing another faction of evil doers creating a different version of the Sith in the far future. Personally I lean more toward a dark side faction coming to be post ST that is quite different from the Sith or their look alikes. If we get a "new" generation of Sith from Disney, it could be given to the audience through ancient past of pre-TPM. What is your view on this topic? Should Disney borrow a few more notes from the EU and bring back the Sith someday, as an enemy of future Jedi Rey? Or is their legacy best left to the past?