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Dooku served as the figurehead of the Separatist Alliance throughout the Clone Wars until meeting his demise at the hands of Anakin Skywalker in Star Wars: Episode III - Revenge of the Sith , who decapitated him at Chancellor Palpatine's secretly Darth Sidious urgings, thus revealing that Sidious never cared about Dooku and merely used him to aid his plans.
Dooku was succeeded by Anakin himself, who fell to the dark side of the Force shortly after and became Sidious' third apprentice, Darth Vader, accomplishing what Dooku couldn't: helping Sidious wipe out the Jedi Order and form the Galactic Empire.
Darth Vader Anakin Skywalker was a male human-cyborg Dark Lord of the Sith and the third and final apprentice of Darth Sidious, who first appeared in the Star Wars original trilogy , and later in the prequel trilogy.
As the Jedi hero Anakin Skywalker, he fought alongside his master Obi-Wan Kenobi during the galaxy-wide Clone Wars, but was slowly seduced to the dark side by Darth Sidious.
After helping Sidious kill Jedi Master Mace Windu , he swore allegiance to the Sith and was given the name Darth Vader before setting out to destroy all Jedi left on Coruscant.
After being sent by Sidious to assassinate the Separatist council members on Mustafar, Vader was badly injured in a duel with Kenobi, resulting in the loss of his remaining organic arm, both legs, and severe burn injuries.
He was saved by Sidious, and encased in a black suit of armor with extensive cybernetics which kept him alive. As the Galactic Empire was established and continued to grow, Vader became the Emperor's immensely feared second-in-command and was given the task of finding surviving Jedi and the Rebel Alliance 's base.
After the destruction of the first Death Star , Vader was charged with tracking down the Rebel Alliance and destroying their headquarters.
However, the actions of his son, Luke Skywalker , eventually turned Vader against his master, resulting in both Sidious' and Vader's deaths, as well as the fulfilment of the Chosen One prophecy.
In the Legends continuity, Darth Andeddu, also known as the Immortal God-King of Prakith, was an ancient Dark Lord of the Sith who lived prior to the invention of the "Darth" title for the Sith.
He was a paranoid man, who believed that his followers were secretly plotting to overthrow him, which eventually came true, as they betrayed and attacked him, seeking to steal his power.
Forced to flee from Korriban , Andeddu created the world of Prakith, where he would rule as a deity for several centuries until meeting his demise and entombing himself to prevent his followers from stealing his secrets even in death.
Prior to his death, he would also create a Sith holocron to store all his knowledge, including the ability to cheat death by transferring one's essence into another vessel, and his cult, called "the Malevolence", would create a temple in the reverence of the Dark Lord, believing that one day he would return.
The legend of Andeddu and his incredible power remained at large long after his death, despite the Jedi Order's attempt to erase all knowledge and reference about the Sith.
In the Star Wars canon, Andeddu is only mentioned in The Rise of Skywalker: The Visual Dictionary , where, even though his backstory is never explained, it is revealed that Darth Sidious' Sith Eternal cult still had knowledge of Andeddu thousands of years after his death and had the 5th Legion of Sith Troopers named after him.
Darth Atrius was an ancient Dark Lord of the Sith who existed long before the Rule of Two was created.
He owned two crossguard lightsabers, which were found and given away by the smuggler Sana Starros after the Battle of Yavin. The anger possessed by Atrius when wielding both these crossguard lightsabers at the same time, carried over to the weapons themselves, and can transfer over to their new owners.
These lightsabers were eventually destroyed by Darth Vader and Luke Skywalker, thus possibly erasing all knowledge about Atrius himself.
He lived at an unknown point in time before Star Wars: Episode I — The Phantom Menace and wrote a book titled The Bestiary of Darth Caldoth , which mentioned various Sith warbeasts.
According to the legend, Caldoth eventually gained a Sith apprentice, the Twi'lek Ry Nymbis, and they were considered the two most powerful individuals in the galaxy at one point.
Caldoth killed his own apprentice with a Sith ritual that turned the person's body into stone when he felt Nymbis was going to betray him. With the ritual, Nymbis was trapped in an eternal nightmare.
Darth Krall Radaki was a male Dark Lord of the Sith, who is only mentioned in the audiobook Dooku: Jedi Lost. He lived at an unknown point in time before Star Wars: Episode I — The Phantom Menace and was seduced to the dark side after losing his faith in the Jedi Order, believing that the Jedi should retain their family ties and wealth.
His most notable feats were taking part in the Battle of Wasted Years, where the Sith emerged victorious, and taming the Nightmare Conjunction.
His lightsaber would later be stored in the Bogan Collection at the Jedi Temple on Coruscant. Darth Skrye was a female Dark Lord of the Sith, who is only mentioned in the audiobook Dooku: Lost Jedi.
Shoulde lived at an unknown point in time before Star Wars: Episode I — The Phantom Menace. Her voice was heard by Count Dooku during his time as a Jedi Padawan, in a Force vision that he had after encountering the Presagers of Hakotei on Asusto.
In this vision, Skrye claimed that the Sith were reborn before activating a superweapon called the Cauldron, which destroyed a planet. She also owned an artifact called the Hand of Skrye, which would eventually be found by Jedi Lene Kostana and Sifo-Dyas on Rishi.
He lived at an unknown point in time before Star Wars: Episode I — The Phantom Menace , and was best known for coming back to life after being killed by the Jedi Order, in order to fight them once again.
The legend of Darth Wrend would come to Qui-Gon Jinn 's mind during his time as a Padawan, who opened the holocron of prophecy, which contained numerous prophecies of which several dated ten thousand years prior.
One of the prophecies said that evil would disappear yet appear again once the righteous had lost its light, which many believed that was referring to the return of the Sith.
At that time, Qui-Gon believed that the prophecy talked about Darth Wrend's return from the dead and that it had already been fulfilled, although it would later be revealed that the prophecy referred to the Jedi learning about Darth Sidious' existence and that the Sith had lived in secret for almost a millennium.
Darth Tanis was an ancient Dark Lord of the Sith who lived at least 4, years before the events of Star Wars: Episode IV — A New Hope , as Sith accounts from the year BBY described kyber weaponry developed by him on the planet Malachor.
Darth Tanis is only mentioned in The Rise of Skywalker: The Visual Dictionary , where it is revealed that Darth Sidious' Sith Eternal cult still had knowledge of Tanis thousands of years after his death and had the 17th Legion of Sith Troopers named after him.
In the Legends continuity, Darth Desolous was a male Pau'an Dark Lord of the Sith who was expelled from the Jedi Order due to his violent nature and trained an army of fellow Pau'an warriors to fight them, but ended up falling into a trap set by the Jedi and perished in battle.
His image would later be incorporated in the training simulations at the Jedi Temple on Coruscant. In the Star Wars canon, Darth Desolous is only mentioned in The Rise of Skywalker: The Visual Dictionary , where, even though his backstory is never explained, it is revealed that Darth Sidious' Sith Eternal cult still had knowledge of Desolous thousands of years after his death and had the 44th Legion of Sith Troopers named after him.
In the Legends continuity, Darth Phobos was a Theelin Dark Lady of the Sith with mind manipulation abilities, who killed many of her fellow Sith in a bid of power and formed a cult to worship her, but was ultimately killed by the combined forces of the Jedi and Sith.
Her image would later be incorporated in the training simulations at the Jedi Temple on Coruscant. In the Star Wars canon, Darth Phobos is only mentioned in The Rise of Skywalker: The Visual Dictionary , where, even though her backstory is never explained, it is revealed that Darth Sidious' Sith Eternal cult still had knowledge of Phobos thousands of years after her death and had the 39th Legion of Sith Troopers named after her.
In the Legends continuity, Darth Revan was both a male Dark Lord of the Sith and Jedi Knight, who served as the main protagonist of the video game Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic , and a major character in the Knights of the Old Republic series overall.
He lived approximately 4, years before the events of Star Wars: Episode IV — A New Hope. Once Jedi heroes who led the Republic to victory in the Mandalorian Wars, Revan and his comrade, Alek, turned to the dark side after stumbling upon the Sith Empire, hidden in the Unknown Reaches of space, and being tortured by the Sith Emperor.
Upon escaping, the pair formed their own Sith Empire to wage war on the Republic, with Revan as the leader and Alek, now Darth Malak, as his Sith Apprentice.
As a Sith, Revan prepared to battle with the Jedi who boarded his flagship, but Malak, in the hopes of destroying both Revan and Bastila Shan , betrayed his master, ordering the ships under his command to fire on Revan's flagship's bridge.
Revan was critically injured and taken by Bastila Shan to the Jedi Council Enclave. The Council chose to wipe Revan's memory, and imprint him with a false identity.
Revan later awoke on a starship under attack and encountered Malak, who eventually revealed the truth of his identity.
Following this, Revan defeated Malak in a final battle, claiming victory for the Republic. Revan later married Bastila Shan with the approval of the Jedi Council and eventually departed into the Unknown Regions to confront the Sith Emperor, but was imprisoned for years until his descendant Satele Shan rescued him.
However, due to being imprisoned for centuries, his lighter half had perished and became a Force spirit, leaving only his darker half, which sought to destroy the Sith Emperor once and for all.
Since the Emperor's physical body had already been destroyed, leaving only his spirit, Revan planned to resurrect him so that he could then kill him for good.
However, he was ultimately defeated by the combined forces of the Republic and his lighter half.
The two halves of Revan then merged in peace and died for the final time, although, unbeknownst to everyone, the Sith Emperor had been resurrected and escaped into the galaxy.
Following his death, Revan would be remembered by the galaxy for thousand of years, both as a legendary Jedi hero and one of the most powerful Sith Lords to have ever lived.
In the Star Wars canon, Darth Revan is only mentioned in The Rise of Skywalker: The Visual Dictionary , where, even though his backstory is never explained, it is revealed that Darth Sidious' Sith Eternal cult still had knowledge of Revan thousands of years after his death and had the 3rd Legion of Sith Troopers named after him.
Revan was also originally set to appear in the episode "Ghosts of Mortis" of The Clone Wars TV show alongside Darth Bane, but they were both ultimately cut.
Darth Momin Momin was a male Dark Lord of Sith who appeared in the novel series Darth Vader: Dark Lord of the Sith and the 4th issue of the Lando comic book.
Once a sculptor, he was imprisoned at a young age for his creations, which scared most people who saw them. Momin was eventually rescued by a woman named Shaa, who trained him in the dark side of the Force and whom he eventually killed after believing that he had become more powerful than his master.
Momin then built a superweapon to destroy an entire city and perished when the Jedi intervened to stop him, losing control over the energy he wielded and causing his physical body to be destroyed, leaving only his mask with his consciousness inside.
Years later, the mask would be retrieved from the Jedi Archive vault by Darth Sidious, who gave it to his apprentice Darth Vader as a gift for his journey to Mustafar , which Vader sought to make his personal stronghold.
After Momin's spirit killed some of his personnel, Vader examined the mask and learned of Momin's past, before letting him possess the body of a Mustafarian and build a fortress for him.
Shortly after Momin finished building of the fortress, Vader was distracted by an invasion of Mustafarians, which Momin took advantage of to open the door to the Dark Side and resurrect himself.
However, after challenging Vader to a duel, Momin met a quick demise by being crushed with a giant rock.
Despite Momin's death, his dark essence would remain in the mask for years to come. At one point, Momin's mask was located aboard the Imperial yacht Imperialis , when a group of thieves led by Lando Calrissian attempt to rob the ship.
After Momin's spirit possessed the bodies of two thieves, the others abandoned them and destroyed the ship, seemingly ending Momin's legacy.
Luke Skywalker later learned about Momin and his history during his travels across the galaxy, and described the Sith Lord's role in building Vader's fortress in his book, titled The Secrets of the Jedi.
Darth Bane Dessel was a male human Dark Lord of the Sith and the sole survivor of Sith Order in the aftermath of the ancient war between the Jedi and the Sith.
He is best known for establishing the Rule of Two, which was considered the beginning of the modern Sith within the Star Wars canon. In the Star Wars canon, Darth Bane's backstory as the only Sith surivor of the Jedi-Sith war and the creator of the Rule of Two is mostly unchanged, though not much else is known about him.
His only appearance was in the episode "Sacrifice" of Star Wars: The Clone Wars , where his spirit was encountered by Yoda on the Sith homeworld of Moraband.
Bane was also originally set to appear in the episode "Ghosts of Mortis" alongside Darth Revan, but they were both ultimately cut. In the Legends continuity, Darth Tenebrous Rugess Nome was a male Bith Dark Lord of the Sith with the power of foreseeing the future, including his own death, and the master of both Darth Plagueis and Darth Venamis, the latter of whom he kept secret as it was a violation of the Rule of Two.
His public persona was Rugess Tome, a legendary artisanal starship designer with a galaxy-spanning reputation, and he was known for being a scientific genius and master planner, as well as for his breathing apparatus.
Tenebrous' secret plan was to possess the Chosen One once he would appear, but he was eventually killed by Plagueis during a mission on the planet Ban'demnic.
However, Tenebrous wasn't too surprised at Plagueis's betrayal and instead congratulated him with his dying breath, because his conscience would soon be able to enter his apprentice's body.
Despite managing to cheat death, Tenebrous' plan failed, because, during his time in Plagueis' body, he foresaw him being killed by his own apprentice before the appearance of the Chosen One, meaning that Tenebrous would never be able to possess him.
Tenebrous then tried to escape from Plagueis' body, but only saw the mummified remains of his original body, as decades had passed since his death.
As such, Tenebrous was cursed to remain a vague spirit for the rest of eternity, unable to gain a physical body ever again.
In the Star Wars canon continuity, Darth Tenebrous is only mentioned in The Rise of Skywalker: The Visual Dictionary , where, even though his backstory is never explained, it is revealed that Darth Sidious' Sith Eternal cult still had knowledge of Tenebrous many years after his death and had the 26th Legion of Sith Troopers named after him.
Darth Plagueis was a male Dark Lord of the Sith and Darth Sidious' master, first referenced in Star Wars: Episode III - Revenge of the Sith.
In the film, Sidious as Palpatine uses Plagueis' story to seduce Anakin Skywalker to the dark side, claiming that Plagueis' abilities in the Force grew to such an extent that he could create life by influencing microscopic force-sensitive entities called "midi-chlorians," and even save people from dying.
According to the Rule of Two, Plagueis was eventually killed by Sidious in his sleep, who subsequently became the new Sith Master and would later take on an apprentice of his own.
In the Legends continuity, Plagueis was a Muun and maintained a public influence as the benevolent Hego Damsk II, a member of the Intergalactic Banking Clan.
He is the main character of the non-canonica novel, Star Wars: Darth Plagueis. Although not official Sith, several other dark side users in the service of the Sith were present during the Clone Wars and the initial years of the Galactic Empire.
Asajj Ventress was a female Dathomirian Sith Shadow Hand trained under Darth Tyranus and an antagonist of the Star Wars: The Clone Wars. She first appeared in the now non-canonical series Star Wars: Clone Wars , in which Darth Sidious assigned her to kill the then-Padawan Anakin Skywalker.
After tracking the young war hero to the planet Muunilinst, Ventress engaged Anakin's Republic fighter forces fighting above the Separatist-occupied world and baited him in a chase to Yavin 4 , where a fierce battle from the forest to the Massassi temple took place.
Though she initially gained the upper hand in the ensuing lightsaber duel, Anakin called upon his immense connection to the Force to brutally overpower her, causing the Dathomirian to fall over the edge of a cliff.
She luckily survived the landing and continued to serve her master throughout the Clone Wars on several occasions. In Star Wars: The Clone Wars , Ventress was a recurring antagonist during the first seasons, as she assisted Dooku with several schemes, most of which were thwarted by the Jedi.
After being replaced with Savage Opress for her failures, Ventress returned to the Nightsisters until General Grievous led a massacre against them, which only she and Mother Talzin survived.
From there, she helped Boba Fett 's team of bounty hunters on a dangerous mission, which thus marked the start of her own bounty hunting career.
Ventres later appeared in the novel Star Wars: Dark Disciple , which was intended for a story arc in the TV series.
In the novel, she teamed up with Jedi Quinlan Vos to assassinate Count Dooku, and, along the way, the two fell in love. However, their attempt to kill Dooku failed, and Dooku captured Vos, turning him to the dark side.
Ventress managed to turn Vos back, but died saving him from an angered Dooku and was later buried on Dathomir, amongst her fallen sisters.
Savage Opress was a male Dathomirian Zabrak Sith Shadow Hand first trained under Darth Tyrannus and later under his own brother, Darth Maul, as well as a major antagonist in Star Wars: The Clone Wars.
Originally a Nightbrother under Mother Talzin on Dathomir, he was handpicked by Asajj Ventress as part of her scheme to kill Darth Tyrannus for the attempt on her life.
His mind was eventually altered by the Nightsisters, making him more of a berserker on Ventress' call to the point of killing his brother Feral without remorse.
Opress managed to become Tyrannus' new Shadow Hand and learned only a little about the ways of the Sith before Ventress had him help her fight their master due to his actions under him getting unwanted attention from the Jedi.
However, in the heat of the moment and provoked by both of them, Opress tried to kill both Tyrannus and Ventress before escaping back to Dathomir.
There, he was instructed by Mother Talzin to find Maul so that he could complete his training to defend himself against the numerous enemies he had made.
After finding his long-lost brother as a shell of his former self on a junk planet, Opress managed to stir up Maul's grudge with Obi-Wan Kenobi to aid him in his revenge against the Jedi.
From there, the Zabrak duo were able to set up a Confederacy against the Republic separate from the Separatists, and soon took over Mandalore.
However, they received an unexpected visit by Darth Sidious, who considered Maul's sudden rise to power a threat to his rule, and dueled both him and Opress.
The latter met a quick demise after being stabbed with Sidious' two lightsabers, and died in Maul's arms. The Inquisitors were an organization of Force-sensitive warriors in the service of the Galactic Empire prior to the events of A New Hope , where it is implied that they all became defunct, as Darth Vader and Darth Sidious were the only known Force-wielders at that time.
Most of them were former Jedi, who had lost their faith in the Jedi Order and succumbed to the dark side, during or shortly after the Clone Wars.
They were all recruited into the Empire and trained by Darth Vader, who tasked them with hunting down other survivors of the Great Jedi Purge, as well as other Force-sensitive individuals, mostly children, to prevent them from becoming future Jedi.
Among the known Inquisitors were:. Although not official Sith, several dark side users were present in the years following the fall of the Galactic Empire and during the conflict between the Resistance and the First Order.
Snoke was an artificial being created by Darth Sidious and his Sith Eternal cult on Exegol , and a major antagonist in the Star Wars sequel trilogy.
After Palpatine's death and the fall of the Empire, Snoke became the Supreme Leader of the First Order and seduced Ben Solo to the dark side, training him to become his apprentice, Kylo Ren.
He was also behind the destruction of Luke Skywalker 's Jedi Temple and the deaths of most of his students, in an attempt to wipe out the Jedi Order once and for all.
He was ultimately killed by Ren, after failing to foresee his betrayal. Following Snoke's death, Ren took over as Supreme Leader of the First Order.
Kylo Ren Ben Solo was a former Jedi and powerful dark side wielder, and the central antagonist of the Star Wars sequel trilogy. He was born as the son of Leia Organa and Han Solo , and trained under his uncle, Luke Skywalker , to become a Jedi, but was seduced to the dark side by Snoke.
Adopting the alias Kylo Ren, he helped eliminate his uncle's new generation of Jedi and became the leader of the Knights of Ren and a high-ranking member of the First Order.
He trained under Snoke to become a powerful dark side wielder, and later proved his loyalty by killing his father when he tried to help him get redeemed.
However, Ren eventually betrayed and killed his master after siding with the Jedi Padwan Rey , with whom he shared a unique connection called a "dyad in the Force".
However, instead of turning back to the light side, he took over as the new Supreme Leader of the First Order, and invited Rey to join him, but she refused.
Later, Ren had a confrontation with Luke, only to discover that he was a Force projection, meant to distract him and allow the Resistance to escape; nonetheless, Luke died as a result of the effort to create the projection, leaving Rey the only living Jedi.
Eventually, Ren discovered that the Sith Lord Darth Sidious was still alive and plotted to kill this potential rival, but instead sided to him after he revealed the Final Order, a massive fleet of Xyston -class Star Destroyers equipped with axial superlasers capable of decimating entire planets, which he promised to give Ren control of in exchange for killing Rey, revealed to be his granddaughter.
Secretly, however, Ren planned to have Rey help him kill Sidious, and engaged her in a duel when she refused, which Ren lost after his mother gave her life to reach out to him through the Force.
After a conversation with a memory of his late father, Ben Solo was redeemed and came to Rey's aid in defeating Sidious. After Rey died to kill the Sith Lord, Ben revived her using the Force, and shared a kiss with her, but then died as a result of using all his life energy to save her, becoming one with the Force.
The Knights of Ren were an organization of masked Force-wielding warriors, who served as antagonists in the Star Wars sequel trilogy.
The Knights were neither Sith or Jedi, but a new generation of dark side warriors that emerged to fill the void left by the supposed demise of the last Sith Lords, Darth Sidious and Darth Vader.
They had a code, to which they were flexible in the following: living life the way they wanted, taking what the galaxy gave them, and consuming what the dark side sent them.
Their name came from a lightsaber called "Ren", which was at the base of their code and could only be wielded by their leader. The Knights consisted of seven individuals named Ren their leader , Vicrul , Ap'lek , Cardo , Kuruk , Trudgen , and Ushar.
After his fall to the dark side, Ben Solo joined the Knights and eventually killed Ren, becoming their new leader, under the alias Kylo Ren, knighting his former fellow Padawan Voe as a knight through her shoulders, before reforging her lightsaber into one for himself.
After Kylo became the Supreme Leader of the First Order, the Knights became his personal guards, though they ultimately sided with the resurrected Darth Sidious after Ben Solo returned to the light side, which led to their demise at the hands of the redeemed Ben.
The film Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker depicts thousands of Sith cultists and loyalists known as the Sith Eternal. They are located on the Sith planet Exegol , which is described in the film as the "hidden world of the Sith".
They are also revealed to have artificially created and cloned Snoke ,  whom Palpatine used as a puppet to control the First Order and seduce Kylo Ren to the dark side.
The novelization of The Rise of Skywalker goes into more detail about how Palpatine transferred his consciousness into the cloned body the Sith Eternal prepared for him.
Following the acquisition of Lucasfilm by The Walt Disney Company , Lucasfilm rebranded most of the licensed Star Wars novels, comics, and other fictional media published since the original film previously identified as the Star Wars Expanded Universe as Star Wars Legends and declared them non-canonical to the franchise in April The Sith feature heavily in many stories of the Star Wars Expanded Universe EU , appearing in a variety of media created prior to the advent of the feature film Star Wars: The Force Awakens.
In the EU, the Sith trace their origins to the followers of a dissident Jedi named Ajunta Pall, who endorsed the use of the Dark Side of the Force, contrary to Jedi orthodoxy.
Over the course of centuries of intermingling between the ethnic Sith and Dark Jedi, the name "Sith" would come to apply to the martial philosophy and political affiliation created by the former Jedi exiles on Korriban, rather than a specific race.
This Sith regime would strike out at the Galactic Republic and Jedi on numerous occasions. The first Expanded Universe novel was Splinter of the Mind's Eye , written by Alan Dean Foster and published in The setting for the novel takes place between Episode IV: A New Hope and Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back.
It provides a new adventure that includes Princess Leia , R2-D2 , C-3PO , Luke Skywalker and Darth Vader. In the story, Darth Vader tries to get the Kyber Crystal to use it for his evil schemes.
Other novels that depict Sith characters are Darth Maul: Saboteur and Cloak of Deception by James Luceno. In Darth Maul: Saboteur , the Sith Lord Darth Sidious sends Darth Maul to destroy InterGalactic Ore and Lommite Limited.
In Darth Maul: Shadow Hunter , by Michael Reaves , Darth Sidious sends his apprentice, Darth Maul, to investigate the traitor who leaked the secret of his plan to take down the Republic.
Dark Horse Comics purchased the copyrights to several Star Wars stories. Star Wars video games have also been adapted from the plots of the films, novels, and TV shows.
The games follow the basic plot of the story, but they can also include alternative, non-canonical, endings depending on which character is being played.
Some of the video games that have a heavy focus on Sith characters and lore are Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic , released in ,  Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic II — The Sith Lords , released in  and Star Wars: The Force Unleashed , released in Darth Caedus Jacen Solo was a Dark Lord of the Sith born as the oldest son of Han Solo and Leia Organa Solo.
A Jedi hero of the Yuuzhan Vong War, he eventually fell to the Dark Side years later and masterminded the Second Galactic Civil War.
He was eventually killed by his twin sister Jaina for his actions. Marka Ragnos was an ancient Sith-human hybrid Sith Lord, who lived during the time of the first Sith Empire, and seized the title of Dark Lord of the Sith, serving as the ruler of the Empire.
After his death, two Sith Lords, Naga Sadow and Ludo Kressh, fought to occupy his throne, only for Ragnos' spirit to appear before them and claim that only the most worthy should succeed him.
Ragnos lived on as a Force spirit following his death, trapped within his tomb in the Valley of the Dark Lords on Korriban.
A thousand years after the Dark Lord's death, Exar Kun summoned Ragnos from his grave through the use of talismans. Ragnos crowned Exar Kun as the new Dark Lord, with Ulic Qel-Droma as Kun's apprentice, as an attempt to resurrect the lost empire thousands of years prior.
Several thousands of years after that, in the video game Star Wars Jedi Knight: Jedi Academy set during the New Republic era , a cult dedicated to Ragnos, led by the Dark Jedi Tavion Axmis, raised as a new threat to the galaxy, with the intent of resurrecting the Sith Lord using an old artifact called the Scepter of Ragnos.
After absorbing Force energy from numerous locations across the galaxy using the scepter, Tavion and her cult traveled to Korriban and almost succeeded in resurrecting Ragnos, but were stopped by Luke Skywalker's New Jedi Order.
Inside Ragnos' tomb, the Jedi Knight Jaden Korr defeated Tavion, before Ragnos' spirit emerged and possessed her body, attempting to kill the Jedi. However, Jaden was able to defeat Ragnos, whose spirit left Tavion's body and returned to the depths of the Force, swearing revenge against the Jedi.
Darth Venamis was a Bith Dark Lord of the Sith who served as Darth Tenebrous' secret apprentice, as it was a violation of the Rule of Two.
After Tenebrous was killed by his other apprentice, Darth Plagueis, he eventually found and defeated Venamis, before capturing him and using him as a test subject for his midi-chlorians experiments over the following years.
After decades of torture and being killed and then brought back to life over and over again, Plaugeis finally allowed Venamis to die, having served his purpose.
However, he later revived again in the presence of his new apprentice, Darth Sidious, until Venamis' organs finally ceased to function, and he died for the final time.
Darth Malak Alek is the main antagonist of Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic. Once a Jedi Knight and Revan's best friend, the two of them fought together in the Mandalorian Wars.
At some point, Alek was injured in battle and had his entire lower jaw cut off, forcing him to don a prosthetic jaw instead.
Later, Alek and Revan unwittingly discovered the Sith Empire in the Unknown Regions and were captured by the Sith Emperor, who, using Sith sorcery, turned them to the dark side, but the two broke free from his control and formed their own Sith Empire to wage war on the Republic, with Revan as the leader and Alek, now Darth Malak, as his Sith Apprentice.
When Revan prepared to battle the Jedi who boarded his flagship, Malak betrayed him, ordering the ships under his command to fire on Revan's flagship's bridge, so that he could take over the Sith Empire for himself.
However, Revan survived the ordeal and was taken to the Jedi Council Enclave, where he had his memory wiped, so that he would become a Jedi once again.
Eventually, Revan faced off against Malak, who revealed the truth of his identity, but was ultimately killed in battle by his former friend and Sith Master, which also led to the downfall of his Empire.
Darth Traya Kreia is a mentor to the "Jedi Exile" and the hidden main antagonist of Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic II — The Sith Lords.
Darth Sion , also known as the Lord of Pain, is an antagonist in Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic II — The Sith Lords.
Alongside Darth Nihilus, he served as one of Traya's apprentices, until ultimately betraying her and driving her into exile.
Sion managed to achieve immortality by calling on his pain, anger and hatred every time he was facing certain death, at the expense of all-consuming agony, which also led to his extremely disfigured appearance.
The player's character eventually defeated Sion, and was then given the option to turn him back to the light side. Regardless, upon being shown the price he paid for immortality, Sion finally let go of his hate and allowed himself to die permanently.
Darth Nihilus , also known as the Lord of Hunger, is an antagonist in Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic II — The Sith Lords. Alongside Darth Sion, he served as one of Traya's apprentices, until ultimately betraying her and driving her into exile.
Nihilus imbued his dark soul into his mask and robes and had the power to drain the life force out of any living thing.
Following the betrayal of his master, Nihilus used the might of the Sith Armada not to conquer planets, but to contain them so that he could "feed" off the Force energy of each planet's lifeforms, wiping planets of life.
However, Nihilus was later drawn out and tricked into launching an attack on Telos, believing it to contain the last Jedi. The Exile confronted Nihilus on his ship, and Nihilus was killed either after his former slave Visas sacrificed herself due to their shared link in the Force, or after his attempt to feast on the Exile's connection to the Force backfired and weakened him.
Despite his death, Nihilus' soul would continue to live in his mask and robes for millennia to come, as well as inside his own Sith holocron.
Known for much of his year life as "the Sith Emperor", Lord Vitiate was a sociopathic young lord in one of the earliest iterations of the Sith Empire.
When that empire fell, he led an exodus of survivors to the other side of the galaxy to establish a continuation of it, with himself as Emperor.
It was Vitiate who corrupted Revan and Malak, but Revan's redemption and Malak's defeat seemingly derailed his plans. Three hundred years after Revan's disappearance, the Emperor launched a surprise attack on the Republic, setting the stage for the video game Star Wars: The Old Republic.
Darth Malgus Veradun is a major antagonist in Star Wars: The Old Republic. A male human Dark Lord of the Sith who trained under Vindican, Malgus served the Sith Empire during the Great Galactic War against the Republic.
Following the recapture of Korriban from the Jedi, Malgus killed his master and later led a surprise assault on Alderaan, only to be defeated by his nemesis and former opponent from Korriban, Satele Shan.
Malgus was severely injured in the fight against Shan, forcing him to wear a respiratory apparatus for the rest of his life. Sometime later, Malgus was tasked by his superior, Darth Angral, with leading an assault team on the Jedi Temple on Coruscant, which Malgus and his forces destroyed, disgracing the Jedi Order in the eyes of the Republic.
Although Malgus believed that the Battle of Coruscant was the first step of destroying the Republic, it only served as leverage in the peace negotiations that took place on Alderaan.
While the Alderaanian summit progressed, the Sith settled into an occupation of Coruscant. Malgus was placed in charge of orbital security, but the Sith Lord defied his orders and traveled back to Coruscant's surface to strike against the renegade Jedi Aryn Leneer, who wanted to avenge her master Ven Zallow, killed by Malgus during the attack on the Jedi Temple.
Although Leneer ultimately failed, the conflict caused Malgus to become disillusioned with the Empire and to kill his lover Eleena Daru, seeing their relationship as a weakness that prevented him from preserving his own power, which he later used to cleanse the Empire of the politicians whom he blamed for allowing the Republic to survive.
During the Cold War years that followed the successful peace negotiations, Malgus led Sith forces into the Unknown Regions, claiming previously-unknown territories for the Empire.
Towards the end of the war, following the presumed death of the Sith Emperor and his service on the Dark Council, Malgus formed his own Empire, free of the infighting of the Dark Council.
However, the Republic and the Sith Empire forces soon teamed up to fight against Malgus' Empire and managed to track him down to his secret base, where they defeated him.
Despite his apparent death, Malgus later resurfaced during the Invasion of Ossus at the start of the Third Galactic War, once again serving as a commander within the Sith Empire.
However, following the Battle of Corellia, Malgus went rogue, determined to expunge all physical and mental restraints used to keep him under control.
Thousands of years after his death, Malgus was still remembered as one of the most powerful Sith Lords to have ever lived.
At one point, Darth Sidious acquired some surviving excerpts of Malgus's journals, which he bounded into his Book of Sith , an anthology of Sith historical writings.
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