CT Were Vader and Sidious the only Sith at this time?

Discussion in 'Classic Trilogy' started by Darth Ruian, Jan 21, 2013.

  1. DarthBoba Manager Emeritus

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    The whole names thing seems to get less and less important with Palpatine over time...he doesn't go publically declaring himself as Darth Sidious, nor does Luke get a Sith name (that we know of) in Dark Empire decades later.
  2. Yunners Force Ghost

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    There are a lot of Sith who continued to use their own names. Freedon Nadd, Marka Ragnos and Exar Kun for example. Even Revan and Malak used their own names and just stuck a Darth in front.
  3. Arawn_Fenn Chosen One

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    Actually, Malak's real first name was Alek, but close enough.
  4. 16AndPregnant Jedi Knight

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    He changed it before becoming Darth Malak though, right?
  5. Grievousdude Jedi Grand Master

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    Well Ahsoka probably assumed she was a Sith.
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  6. 16AndPregnant Jedi Knight

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    I still have to read that.
  7. Iron_lord Chosen One

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    Yup- in the KOTOR comics it's fairly clear that both "Revan" and "Malak" are names those Jedi have chosen for themselves at some point (I think when they started the Revanchist movement).
  8. BoromirsFan Jedi Grand Master

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    I don't think it matters if there were sith disciples or sith wannabes in this period. The only sith of actual relevence were vader and sidious. They actually influenced the galaxy.

    I don't care what post Obsession Ventress is doing. She should just stick her hand in the sands of Tatooine.
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  9. PMT99 Force Ghost

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    Doesn't Tarkin know that the Emperor is also a part of that "religion"?
  10. Arawn_Fenn Chosen One

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    Apparently not...
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  11. Iron_lord Chosen One

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    The Emperor was never a Jedi though- he was part of a slightly different religion ;)
  12. Bale Force Ghost

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    I think there were only a few people who actually new the truth. That's what made the revelation more powerful. The Emperor shooting lightning from his hands were more of a shocker to me as a kid than Vader's paternity results.