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  • The Sith Army: A Summary

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    Nar lost his parents when he was two. He was carried in a current until he met a Narwhal Sith. The Narwhal Sith told him he was Nmbi the Sith Narwhal. He also said that his master wanted him to be a Sith warrior. Nmbi took him to his master who was Nyp who was the master Sith of the Seven seas and Nmbi was his Sith apprentice. Nyp wanted Nar to be one of his Sith warriors in his Sith army. He also said if he did he would get a lightsaber and be trained on the darkside of the force. Nar, still a baby

  • Sith Warrior Short Story

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    Jedi Knight/Sith Warrior After the Third Act Before Makeb Ilum Seventy Klicks Southeast of the Republic Base Camp “Carefully,” Jedi Master Kaeto Vaa whispered into the darkness. She hadn’t been to Ilum since she was a child. Time had not changed the oppressive cold of the planet. Although, everything felt bleak to Kaeto these days. Defeating the Sith Emperor had been more about vengeance, than justice. Sure, it was easy to assure the Jedi Council that she harbored no residual anger from her time

  • Revenge Of The Sith

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    robes, get out your plastic light saber, prepare your popcorn, and brace yourself for the light speed paced adventure Star Wars: Revenge of the Sith. Inarguably, the Star Wars franchise has been the most influential and most beloved saga ever. Unfortunately, director George Lucas lost his magic touch when it came time to write and film the Revenge of the Sith. With stiff writing and prepubescent acting it was impossible for the incredible visuals of laser blaster fire and breathe-taking scenery, as

  • Star Wars : Episode IIi - Revenge Of The Sith

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    In 2005, the year “Star Wars: Episode III – Revenge of the Sith” came out, I was a mere 9 years old. My parents being rather strict about my movie watching, I was not allowed to see the film upon its release. I was crushed, especially since my best friend who is a month younger than me saw it in theaters (the injustice!). Two years later, my parents gave me the gift I wanted most for my 11th birthday: a “ticket” to watch “Revenge of the Sith” with them on my dad’s DVD copy that night. (I still have

  • Jedi And The Sith: The Lightsaber

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    franchises up to the modern day. However, as with many works of fiction, some of the concepts presented in the movies are scientifically inaccurate. One of the most iconic symbols of Star Wars is the close-combat weapon of choice for both the Jedi and the Sith, the Lightsaber. The possibility of a real-life Lightsaber has been experimented on and quite a number of flaws have been brought up by those who have experimented on its creation. Firstly, one of the major flaws of the concept of the Lightsaber

  • Again Essay

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    “Again.” Darth Kozen circled where his apprentice curled on the floor. Jaesa whimpered as she pushed herself onto her knees, blood dripping from her lip. The Sith watched her without pity, though it was clear that something weighed on her mind. Jaesa’s attacks were sloppy, her footwork weak, and saber form lackluster. Vette sat on a cargo crate swinging her legs while she watched the two spar. The Twi’lek perched somewhere during every match, though Kozen had yet to figure out why. “Come on

  • The Only One

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    A young man was walking down the street, having no clue who he was or what had happened. He didn’t even remember if he had any family. He could only remember that he had been wandering the streets aimlessly. “Hey kid, are you lost?” asked a Neimoidian. ”Do you want a job? I could use a servant.” “No. I am just exploring.” Said the young man.”Now get out of my way.” The Neimoidian just stared at him. Trying to think of a way to trick him. Realizing that it was hopeless he went into a weapons

  • What Is The Story Of The Jedi Code?

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    bear to see on a man he considered a brother, he couldn’t kill him, he needed him. The hiss of his saber closing filled the room, leaving them in a deafening silence. “ I refuse to be a pawn of your council, the galaxy doesn’t need the Jedi or the Sith anymore, they need warriors to defend them. Not peacekeepers. I plan on creating an order of my own, an order of warriors to protect the galaxy at any costs, no more sitting idly by. We will destroy evil at it’s root, and I want you to join me. I can't

  • The Force

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    stood witness to a confrontation between the Dark Lord of the Sith, Palpatine, and his son, Luke Skywalker. When Palpatine torture Luke Skywalker with Force, Darth Vader, or Anakin Skywalker, return to the light side and killed his Sith Master to save Luke's life. This conscious choice to eliminate the Lord of the Sith, and fulfilled the Prophecy of the Chosen One by bringing a temporary balance to the Force. Anakin destroyed the Sith leadership, along with his Master's original body and

  • Star Wars : The Phantom Menace

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    was riddled with endless CGI, water-dwelling creatures that just wouldn’t shut up, and a little kid that you couldn’t help but want to perish in a pod racing accident. And, although the two sequels that follow, Attack of the Clones & Revenge of the Sith, gradually got better – it still didn’t change the fact that the Power of the Forced had been tainted and diminished. So, why should anyone believe The Force Awakens will be any better? Scratch that. What makes anyone believe The Force Awakes will