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Sith (Fictitious characters)


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    • found: Work cat: Allie, Scott. Epic collection. Star wars legends. Rise of the Sith. Volume 1, [2015] (a collection of stories featuring individuals falling under the influence of the dark side of the Force)
    • found: Star Wars website databank, July 29, 2016(Jedi Order: An ancient order of Force-wielders devoted to the dark side, the Sith practice hate, deception and greed ... Darth Sidious, Darth Vader)
    • found: Wallace, Daniel. Star wars book of Sith : secrets from the dark side, 2012:p. 3-6 (The Sith have dreamt of this moment since the beginning of recorded history ... Darth Plagueis ... Sith tablets ... the Republic's ban on Sith artifacts ... the Sith Archives -- more than a thousand years' worth of teachings passed in secret from master to apprentice ... Darth Malgus, Darth Bane ... these great Sith Lords)
    • found: Wikipedia, July 29, 2016:under Star Wars (Star Wars is an American epic space opera franchise, centered on a film series ... The seven films feature ... the Sith, who use the dark side of the Force for evil) under Sith (The Sith is an organization in the fictional Star Wars universe ... the Sith would no longer be identified by their race, but by their dedication the ancient Sith philosophy ... During this "Banite dynasty" [founded by Darth Bane] there existed only two Sith members at a time: a master and an apprentice)
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    • 2016-08-01: new
    • 2016-10-18: revised
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