Discussion in 'Literature' started by Zorkel567, Jul 27, 2010.
what are your thoughts on Darth Guile, Gravid & Gean?
I like that we know more about the Banite timeline.
Guile sounds like he belongs & so did the young Twi'lek who got injured whacking the disillusioned one. Cannot recall for sure if Tenebrous's Master was one and the same; doubtful, as I think his Sith-mentor was a male. Until I can discuss them freely, I will leave it at that.
SW Insider Note:
Did anyone else catch the nano-sized tidbit about Tenebrous's esoteric-markings and Sith Tattoos?
Seems Bane and Zannah weren't alone in digging the Sith body art.
Since Maul is excluded, now...
Interesting. What do you make of Gravid's name though?
you're right SSS Tenebrous's Master was a male twi'lek. the one that lost a limb was female twi'lek called Gean (Darth Gean ).
what was that about the tatoos? can't seem to recall anything regarding that.
The Sith; at least as I know them, always get their names from playing with Latin. In that light, Gravid comes from gravidus, meaning heavy... He was a heretic to a neophyte Sith apprentice and his ideals went to the grave when he did. I'd guess that Gravid's sabotage was written to imply being a heavy setback for the Order.
No clue how the medical definition ended up getting tossed around, I don't see the connection between a heavy(full) uterus and a dead Sith Lord.
SW Insider. There was a brief line about Plagueis seeing them through the torn spots of the Bith's enviro-suit.
@ Sable, Bariss and any others that have 'skimmed, or read' the novel:
Why do I kinda feel bad for Venamis?
For all you timeline hounds, here is something to chew on:
After killing his Master, Tenebrous spent 'decades' looking/waiting for Plagueis to be born.
Well, I for one was expecting a female Sith Lord. And this is the same forum that pioneered the concept of the Imperial Womb of Destiny. . .
A bold prediction. And a true one.
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