Discussion in 'Star Wars: Episode VII - Spoilers Allowed' started by nld3, Aug 24, 2013.
You like them! Neo Sith!
Is that directed at me?
The One Sith aren't Neo-Sith. XoXaan corrupted Krayt.
They're Banite Sith? I define neo Sith as Sith who aren't in the Bane tradition.
Oh. Anyway, I don't like the One Sith. I was just saying what should be done if they have to appear. I still would oppose them appearing at all.
Was actually Vergere and the vong that started him down that path. And the other sith lord spirits hate him and dont believe in the one sith. So he pretty much is a neo sith
Those "other Sith lords" came after XoXaan.
...Right. But the the Rule of two sith dont like Krayt.
Though, at least according to him, Vergere "taught me to use the agony of the Embrace of Pain to open myself to the Dark Side."
When he first apprenticed himself to XoXaan, he thought he could just pretend to be a Sith Acolyte- learn new powers, use them to destroy Palpatine and the Emperor, and return to the light side.
It wasn't till he returned to Korriban to restart his apprenticeship, that he was fully ready to become Sith, to "create a new Order"
Krayt: "When they began, the Sith were many. Bane changed the rules and changed the Sith -- now I will change them again."
You guys are making me want to read some of post-Vong EU.
Notice how Krayt was missing from Kenobi, and Crucible, Ship Didn't take Vestara to the One Sith
Legacy series is great. Should definitely read that if you haven't
Kenobi was too early for that. After ROTS but before Rise of Darth Vader and the duel between Obi-Wan and Hett.
Crucible was just another forgotten Denning plot point.
At any rate, the ST will give us new villians separate from the One Sith, krayt may become reimagined
I forgot all that.
Skip from NJO to Legacy. DNT, LOTF, and FOTJ don't fit NJO or Legacy well.
Legacy, in Claws of the Dragon, references the events of LOTF, at least in passing.
I just want to point out that I did an evil Sith-related thing and bought TFU II just now.
Only played wii version, I liked it. Story leaves you wanting to slap the people who made it though.
You should! Not all of it is great, but there are some good books in there.
It would be awesome to see Krayt in live-action.
Mercy Kill, Millennium Falcon, and maybe bits of some of the others. Especially the Allston ones.
And the Legacy comics.
Read the Legacy comic book series. They are seriously brilliant.
I would say surprisingly brilliant. Had me on the edge of my seat for quite a while.
Lord Daiman, Lord Odion, and the other Sith Lords of that era would beg to differ...
...or would, except that they're all dead because they idiotically killed each other off
If there's anything that Jedi and Sith have in common, it's that they're idiots.