Would Prince Xizor become a Sith Lord if his plot succeeded?

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  1. BobaFett99 Jedi Padawan

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    I don't think Xizor knew the ways of the Force, But if he wanted to replace Darth Vader as Palpatine's right hand man and succeeded in having Luke killed and Darth Vader gets killed for failing his Master, Would Emperor Palpatine train Prince Xizor the ways of the force and make him his new apprentice?
  2. Black-Dog Jedi Grand Master

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    Seeing how Xizor wasn't Force-sensitive, he would never be a Sith Lord. Very little reason, if any, to learn about the Dark Side if he can't even use the Force to begin with.
  3. firesaber Jedi Master

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    Indeed. The only thing he might have learned to do, but probably already had mastered, was the use of his natural Faleen influencing abilities, which were pheremone based were they not?
  4. LAJ_FETT Tech Admin and Collecting/Games Mod

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    I'd see him as more of an advisor, such as Sate Pestage.
  5. GeneralFlash Jedi Padawan

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    I always was under the impression that Xizor didn't quite grasp what replacing Vader would mean.
  6. GrandAdmiralJello Moderator Communitatis Litterarumque

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    Third most powerful man in the galaxy indeed. Xizor was a little kid playing in the big kid's sandbox, and he didn't realize that just because some people weren't flashy didn't mean that they couldn't squash him like ants. Since Pestage was mentioned, even the likes of him counted for much more on the galactic stage.
  7. NelanisGhost Jedi Youngling

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    He wha....?

    Of course not. He wouldn't even have become smart.
  8. Nagai Jedi Youngling

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    Did Xizor realise that he was not human and the empire was a specieist institution?
  9. Darth_Kiryan Force Ghost

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    That somehow didn't stop his from being the Third most POWERFUL figure in the Empire.
    Speciest or not, the Empire tolerated those aliens who were useful. To a certain extant at least.
  10. Nagai Jedi Youngling

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    So he wanted to be the emperors nonpublic right hand?
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