Ya know, maybe they can't . Some kind of low/ mid-level Sith might be, but an uber-sith would pretty much be an uber-character by definition, and those are universally despised. And any uber-sith PC someone might create would probably seem like a rehash of a canon character just because we've seen that character so many times in-canon (Exar Kun, Revan, Nihilus, Bane, Palpatine, Vader). It's kind of hard to do something creative with a character like that. I always wondered that too. I used to go on the Bioware forums a lot, and it seemed like for all their games, not just KOTOR, about 80% of people preferred to play the "evil path." I guess people do it to exercise those Freudian feelings, since evil people can indiscriminately kill people they don't like, extort money, insult people, stay up past their bedtime, eat dessert before dinner, etc, but people aren't allowed to do that in society and real life. So it lets the id and superego have their fun. I don't have a problem with that (in video games, at least), but it was always strange to me because I was one of the other group, who preferred to play the good path. Because the idealized good guy is just as much of a fantasy as full evil bad guy above. I'm too impotent to be a hero in real life, so I do it through a video game character, and imagine everyone likes me. My only point is that it's just weird that so many people prefer one juvenile fantasy as opposed to another, equally juvenile fantasy. I would just have expected a ratio more like 50/50 or something. 'Cause even here, although you do see the occasional uber-good Jedi, it does happen with Sith a lot more.