Discussion in 'Star Wars: Future Films - Spoilers Allowed' started by Darth Chiznuk
, Feb 21, 2018.
Oh I've missed this thread.
"the singular dissident in an order of harmonious followers who understood from the beginning that the real power of the Force lay not in the light, but in the dark."
I did it. I had to do it. I'm sorry, Chiznuk. I just couldn't take it anymore. Something had to be done. It had to be stopped. I was dying inside.
You're dead to me.
I knew there was no going back when I did it. But I had to do it. I was willing to accept the sacrifices, and the consequences.
Like the Sith I don't care if I have to wait a thousand years I will have my revenge! I WILL DESTROY YOU!
I’m very proud of you. This is the same kind of devotion to doing the right thing, regardless of the costs, that made me fix the spelling of the previous thread.
No one likes either of you. They've told me.
I'd like to see a New Canon take on the GenoHaradan.
Isn’t destroying other posters a TOS violation?
Not when you're a mod. It's encouraged.
Lucas: “Everybody said, “Oh, well, there was a war between the Jedi and the Sith.” Well, that never happened. That’s just made up by fans or somebody. What really happened is, the Sith ruled the universe for a while, 2,000 years ago. Each Sith has an apprentice, but the problem was, each Sith Lord got to be powerful. And the Sith Lords would try to kill each other because they all wanted to be the most powerful. So in the end they killed each other off, and there wasn’t anything left. So the idea is that when you have a Sith Lord, and he has an apprentice, the apprentice is always trying to recruit somebody to join him — because he’s not strong enough, usually — so that he can kill his master.
That’s why I call it a Rule of Two — there’s only two Sith Lords. There can’t be any more because they kill each other. They’re not smart enough to realize that if they do that, they’re going to wipe themselves out. Which is exactly what they did.”
A Sith Apprentice though isnt like a Jedi apprentice, they are more individualist and their level is much closer to a Jedi Council Master if not above. SO I don't know. We learn from Sidious in canon through the Darth Maul comic, that its encouraged for the Sith Apprentice to want to challenger and strike the master down, they respect that. If you have to kill one to take their place. Thats how the Rule of Two operated.
Canon states also that the Jedi warred against the Sith and so there was a war between the Jedi and the Sith. The Sith may of warred with eachother on occasion but even the Jedi warred against heretical Jedi orders like the Order Aspectu. Sith started off as Jedi, the original ones and even converted ones. So there is something of a civil war within ranks, a repetitive war. The Sith Lord of Gairn was seemingly benign, he was able to have a friendly relationship with a Jedi.
Lord Momin also killed his master in a duel to simply prove he was superior and no longer needed a master, so killing eachother if they chose to do, seemed ordinary to them as they are by nature kratocratic and social darwinist. There is no mention of a one Sith Emperor that I know of in canon(aside from Sidious and his short reign also he was killed by his apprentice), so likely they ruled as one in some kinda probably malevolent theocracy . Momin also did not like what the present incarnation of the Sith Lords became during the reign of Sidious and Vader, they were too obsessed with the Jedi.
Sith Lords in the rule of two can create personal assassins(trained in the Jedi arts), a militant and fanatical order of Dark Side Force users again also trained in the Jedi arts and even flat out form their own Sith splinter group(rival Sith Order). The Rule of Two just isnt all its cracked up to be, cept when it comes time state your claim .
Darth Sidious but there may be a surprise.
It will be a small, talking Sarlacc called Simon. Simon the Sarlacc.
Simon the Sarlacc Sith Lord.
If at the end of Star Wars Phase 2, Palpatine or some other Sith Lord pops up will it feel like "Ugh, another Deathstar"?
To keep the alliteration; Simon the Sarlacc, Supreme Sith, Suspects the Senate of Spying, Smuggling and Surrounded by Snivelling Sycophants
Mandalorians, Sith Empire, or an Alien Invasion
No alien invasion unless its the humans invading alien worlds.
Agreed. Also not a good time to be fear-mongering about “alien invasions.”
Manny the Mynok