Re: Fate of the Jedi: Omen (Spoilers)
- From: Todd <twrexxnospam@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Sun, 05 Jul 2009 12:22:29 -0700
On Sun, 5 Jul 2009 11:18:47 -0700 (PDT), khurram baig
On Jul 3, 11:25 pm, Todd <twrexxnos...@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
On Sun, 28 Jun 2009 23:28:55 GMT, Hn <H...@xxx> wrote:
I do have a problem with the whole idea of a Sith Order that violates
the Rule of Two, however. The very notion of Sith working together as
a group seems to violate the very nature of a Sith. The Sith crave
power and will kill each other to get it, so the cooperative nature
of the Kesh-based Sith just runs counter to this idea. Plus, the
Sith aren't stupid, if they can achieve power by short or medium term
cooperation, why wouldn't they do it?
Because it doesn't appear to be short-term at all. At least in the
time of Darth Bane there was in-fighting and machinations to seize
power. Right now there doesn't appear to be any of that. Everyone is
playing nice. Just seems very un-Sithlike.
I think you should try reading Legacy Comics.It shows the one rule of
Sith.Also I would like to point out Sith rule was changed by Darth
Bane.I think you already know about Ullic Droma & Exar Kun.
I do read that as well. I have the same problem with that hierarchy
as I do with the one in this novel series.
Perhaps the problem for me is that there is not enough deception and
stealth when there is a whole order of Sith. The Sith just aren't as
interesting when they are not pulling strings behind the scenes. They
seem to have more success that way. Caedus seemed to understand this.
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