Sunday, January 3, 2016

Why Supreme Leader Snoke Is NOT a Sith

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  1. Can we have the link to the youtube account of this guy please ?

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    1. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCdIt7cmllmxBK1-rQdu87Gg

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  3. First, there is no "Brotherhood of Darkness" or "Sith Code." That's all EU, Legends garbage. Second, the nature of the dark side is selfishness, which prevents the concept of dark side users working together. Han warned his son that Snoke is only using him for his power and that when his goals have been met, Snoke will destroy him. Doesn't sound like much has changed with the dark side users, whatever they choose to call themselves.

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    1. The knights of ren stem from EU. If you had the star wars encyclopedia, it is all there.

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    2. The knights of ren stem from EU. If you had the star wars encyclopedia, it is all there.

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    3. Yes, the nature of the dark side is selfishness. But what if Snoke maybe realized that by working together he has a greater chance of achieving his selfish goal? If you are truly selfish you will apply any means...

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  4. The rule of one. It's the same story

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  5. He can actually be a Sith. Just, a Sith who changed the "Rule of two", Palpatine/Sidious already did that, into a new rule.

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  6. Bane did not pioneer the rule of two. The Dark Brotherhood abolished it and then Bane reinstated it after he destroyed the Brotherhood.

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  7. there MUST have been more than 2 because palpatine had an apprentice ready as soon as one got wasted

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  8. Well, the Rule of Two was reinstated because Bane realized that the Jedi are always stronger when united against a large Sith force. He recognized that time and time again throughout history, the Jedi would win against armies of Sith (usually because the Sith inevitably began fighting each other). Bane realized that the art of deception and deceit are as powerful and crucial to the rise of the Sith as knowledge of the Force and it's mysteries.

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