Which Star Wars Sith is for you?

Which Sith Lords is for you?
Which one of the Sith Lords is for you?

Do you chafe under the rule of the Jedi? Does the galaxy cry out for your rule? Do you yearn for power?

Yes, you do.

So take it! You are a Star Wars Sith, and even the Jedi cannot defeat you! But tell me . . . what’s your name?


Darth Plagueis:

In Episode III, Emperor Palpatine asked Anaking Skywalker: “Did you ever hear the Tragedy of Darth Palgueis the Wise?” You are Darth Plagueis, an esteemed thinker of the Sith order, and the man that would give Darth Sidious his plans for galactic domination.

Darth Plagueis studied the Dark Side of the Force in great detail, and was able to discover great mysteries about the living force and the power of midi-chlorians. He and Sidious attempted to create a life force by manipulating the midi-chlorians, which resulted in the creation of Anakin Skywalker.

Are you this brilliant scholar? Do your plans span great distances? Then you might be this Star Wars Sith Lord. If not, you might be . . .

Darth Sidious:

Darth Sidious became Sith Lord after he murdered Darth Plagueis during the events of Episode I, something not shown in the movie. Darth Sidious was incredibly strong in the Dark Side of the Force, as well as talented politically. He was able to guide the galaxy into civil war, and gain all the power for himself. After destroying the Jedi order, he took control as Emperor Palpatine.

The Dark Side of the Force gave Sidious powerful strength and skills, and he ruled with an iron fist, destroying the remnants of the Jedi and any rebellion he could find.

Are you a man of action, one that will make sure his plans succeed no matter what happens? Are you the kind of leader that will never let his rule end? Then you could be this Sith Lord.  You certainly won’t be . . .

Darth Maul:

Plans? You don’t care about plans. You just know death. Darth Maul was taken as a Sith prior to the Trade Federation blockade of Naboo, and trained to harness the energy of the Dark Side of the force as potent rage and combat prowess. It was his duty to attack the Jedi and make sure the plan succeeded, and he nearly won.

Darth Maul didn’t flow with the force like his master Darth Sidious did, but his anger and rage made a natural conduit for the power of the Dark Side.

Are you a Star Wars Sith Lord who wants to personally beat down his opponents with dangerous lightsaber combat? Then you might be this Sith Lord. If this Sith Lord doesn’t sound like you, you could be . . .

Darth Tyranus:

After the death of Darth Maul, Darth Sidious quickly took Darth Tyranus, previously a Jedi by the name of Count Dooku. He was a very powerful Jedi, and Yoda considered his fall as one of the Jedi’s greatest failures. Darth Tyranus was responsible for publically leading the Separatist planets under the command of Darth Sidious.

Darth Tyranus was a superior swordsman, second only to The High Jedi Yoda and Mace Windu. He was gifted at telekinesis and use of the force. He also had mastery of the Sith ability Dun Möch, breaking your opponents psychologically during combat, as seen in Episode II.

Do you enjoy commanding your forces and defeating your opponents by any means necessary? You may be this Sith Lord. If you aren’t, there’s only one option left to who you are.

Darth Vader:

Darth Sidious’ machinations brought about the fall of the Galactic Republic, as well as the fall of Anakin Skywalker to the Dark Side of the Force, being re-born as Darth Vader, the most well-known Star Wars Sith Lord in the galaxy. Anakin’s mastery of the force and lightsaber abilities only got more powerful during his time as Darth Vader, and they made him the Emperor’s most dangerous weapon.

If your power exceeds even the greatest Jedi, and your connection to the force is the strongest ever recorded, you might be Darth Vader! Will you stay on the Dark Side of the Force, or will Luke redeem you?

Which Star Wars Sith did you choose?  Which one is the most powerful? Let us know in the comments!

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