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Fandom Star Wars: The Sith Order

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The Sith, also referred to as the Sith Order was a sect of Force-sensitives who utilized the dark side of the Force. The term "Sith" originally referred to a species of aliens native to the planets Korriban and Ziost, who were later enslaved and ruled by exiled Dark Jedi from the Galactic Republic. These Dark Jedi had once been members of the Jedi Order, a monastic Force religion dedicated to peace through the use of the light side of the Force. The Dark Jedi, who refused to rely exclusively on the light side, challenged the Jedi by giving in to the dark side, which started the Hundred-Year Darkness. However, they had been defeated and subsequently exiled from known space, which led to their discovery of the Sith species. Following centuries of interbreeding and mixing of cultures between the aliens and the exiles, the Sith would no longer be identified by their race, but by their dedication to the ancient Sith philosophy. This religious order would survive in many different incarnations throughout galactic history. The rise of a new leader, or Dark Lord, would often cause drastic reorganizations in the cult, however, the Sith would always be characterized by their lust for power and their desire to destroy the Jedi Order.

Then, when the Jedi Order managed to "destroy" the Sith, they thought it was the end of it. Little did they know, there were followers of the Ancient sith methods inside their very order.

This is where the RP begins. I will set up the character sheet and everything tomorrow.


They're basically all over, but there are multiple temples for them around the galaxy. The most known temple for the Sith is located on Korriban. I would say they don't really follow any government as their religion goes back eons.

Rusty of Shackleford

Seven Thousand Club
I'm thinking of a Sith that follows many of Revan and Kraya's teachings, believing that only by embracing both aspects of the Force will there be balance. He sees the Force as both a gift and a curse, giving one great power, but also possibly leading them to ruin.

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