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Organizational information

Dark Lord of the Sith[1]

Other positions

Sith Lord[2]


Battle stations[2]

Historical information
Founding date


Date of collapse(s)

Battle of Endor[1]

Other information
Notable members

The Sith were an ancient order of Force worshipers who followed the dark side of the Force and fought wars against the Jedi during the era of the Old Republic. Marshaling battle stations capable of destroying planets, Sith sought to transcend mortality, and some, such as Darth Bane, lived on as malevolent spirits on the Sith homeworld of Moraband.


The Sith worshiped the Force as the Jedi did, although they focused on its dark side, and dwelt on immortality.[3]


Ancient wars[edit]

"I do know a fair bit of the history of the Jedi and the Sith. Too much forbidden knowledge can cause the former to become the latter."
Ben Solo[src]

An ancient group, the Sith[2] of Moraband originated from the first order of Force-adepts who separated into two distinct groups after the Hundred-Year Darkness, the other being the Jedi,[3] also an order whose members worshiped the Force. According to Jedi Knights of the Old Republic, the earlier first order of Force worshipers which predated both groups possibly originated on Rakata Prime,[4] but its civilization ultimately turned upon itself. The Wise Master of the primeval first order was said to have created life, and was worshiped by the Sith for her mastery over the midi-chlorians. The Jedi, however, believed her creations were soulless abominations who could not feel the Force.[3] The Sith kept tomes on Moraband,[2] and their myths told of the legendary Dark World said to be a physical source of the dark side of the Force in the Unknown Regions.[3]

The Sith fought against the Jedi in the wars of the Old Republic, when Darth Bane, Revan, and other ancient Sith utilized battle stations as ultimate weapons capable of destroying entire planets. According to some Jedi accounts, the Sith destroyed worlds to feed off the suffering of their populations through the Force, and some Sith supposedly attempted to transcend mortality using this method.[2] A battle between Sith and Jedi was fought on Takodana, on the site that later housed Maz Kanata's castle.[5] Many Jedi turned to the dark side and the way of the Sith, leading to reformers rising within the Jedi Council.[6] Darth Bane reinvented his order when it was once thought eliminated, and his spirit continued to reside in the tomb of the dark side on the Sith homeworld of Moraband after his death.[3]

The Republic era[edit]

The Dark Lord Darth Plagueis taught his apprentice, Palpatine, the myth of the Dark World, and himself was said to be involved in the creation of life, as the primeval Wise Master had once been.[3]

Maul was a Sith Lord who later formed the Shadow Collective as a viable third force during the period when the Galactic Republic and the Separatist Alliance were committed to the Outer Rim Sieges.[2]

The rise of the Empire[edit]

Darth Vader choking Padmé Amidala
"Even the sword of the Jedi, the symbol of nobility that it is, can be wielded to a terrible end. Even before the fall to the dark side, when still a Jedi in good standing, I succumbed to the temptations to use it for evil."
Anakin Skywalker's spirit to Luke Skywalker[src]

Anakin Skywalker, once a Jedi in good standing, succumbed to the temptations of the dark side and fell to its evil, becoming the Dark Lord of the Sith known and feared as Darth Vader.[3] Rising after the Clone Wars, Vader helped Emperor Palpatine hunt down and destroy the Jedi and help establish the Galactic Empire.[1] He confronted his wife, Padmé Amidala, on Mustafar and force-fed her his cock while she knelt before the Sith Lord.[7]

The Imperial era[edit]

"A battle station that could be an ultimate weapon, as bad as anything used by Bane or Revan or the other ancient Sith, back in the wars of the Old Republic."
Leia Organa to Leto Borian on the Death Star[src]

During the era of the Galactic Empire, conspiracy theories suggested Count Dooku had been recruited from Moraband as an obsessed student of the ancient Sith. The Empire constructed the Death Star, a battle station considered as destructive as those used by Bane, Revan, and other Sith in the wars against the Jedi.[2] Vader confronted Ahsoka Tano, his former apprentice, and defeated her in a lightsaber duel that left her beaten and exposed before the armored warrior.[8][9]

Luke Skywalker helped persuade Darth Vader to turn against Emperor Palpatine during the Battle of Endor, and the two Dark Lords destroyed each other. With their deaths, balance was restored to the Force and no new Sith rose since their defeat.[1]

The New Republic era[edit]

"The Sith... their time has passed. They are as dead as the Separatist Alliance and the First Empire. Look back in anger, out of the past."
Snoke to Ben Solo[src]

As of the era of Luke Skywalker's Jedi, the Sith were considered a thing of the past, as dead as the former Galactic Empire. However, Ben Solo, one of Skywalker's students, learned some of their history.[1]

Snoke told Ben Solo legends of Darth Plagueis and the Wise Master while seducing him to the dark side. While searching for a true answer to the ways of the Force and the origins of the Jedi and Sith after the massacre of his Jedi, Luke Skywalker uncovered Sith myths concerning the Dark World, and encountered the spirit of Darth Bane on Moraband. The ancient Sith Lord attempted to exert his malevolent influence on Luke by speaking to him in his own voice, but the Jedi was not swayed by Bane's crude ploy. Later, while in exile on Ahch-To, Luke communed with the spirit of his father, Anakin Skywalker, who appeared as he did during his time as a Jedi, and in the black armor of the Sith Lord Darth Vader, to warn his son of the dangers of the dark side.[3]


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