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As the Emperor led the Empire to [[Great Galactic War|war]] with the [[Galactic Republic/Legends|Galactic Republic]], Kallig's spirit became restless within the halls of the Temple. Eventually, rogue Sith breached the Dark Temple, hoping to gain power for themselves. Instead, they stirred Kallig from his slumber. Unaware of his own death, Kallig subsequently began to dominate the Dark Temple as his own kingdom, possessing many Sith and Imperials who had dared to trespass.<ref name="TOR" />
 
As the Emperor led the Empire to [[Great Galactic War|war]] with the [[Galactic Republic/Legends|Galactic Republic]], Kallig's spirit became restless within the halls of the Temple. Eventually, rogue Sith breached the Dark Temple, hoping to gain power for themselves. Instead, they stirred Kallig from his slumber. Unaware of his own death, Kallig subsequently began to dominate the Dark Temple as his own kingdom, possessing many Sith and Imperials who had dared to trespass.<ref name="TOR" />
   
By [[3643 BBY]], Kallig sensed a disturbance in the Force, the source being his last descendant, a [[Sith Inquisitor]] in the Empire, who had just became a Sith apprentice on [[Korriban]] and had grasped their first lightsaber. The Inquisitor's strength in the Force woke Kallig from his slumber and made him acknowledge that he was dead. Desiring to meet his descendant, Kallig began to cause disturbances within the Dark Temple in an effort to draw the Inquisitor to him. Though his efforts reached fruition, Kallig's spirit realized that his descendants knew nothing of their heritage, having fallen into slavery after his death. He cautioned the Inquisitor to be wary of the [[Dashade/Legends|Dashade]] [[Khem Val]], as well as their master and apprentice and to never be taken by surprise, having confidence that his family's name would be restored to greatness. He then allowed the Inquisitor to take an artifact of Tulak Hord's that Kallig stole before his unfortunate death. He advised caution, stating that betrayal followed the artifact wherever it went.<ref name="TOR" />
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By [[3643 BBY]], Kallig sensed a disturbance in the Force, the source being his last descendant, a [[Sith Inquisitor]] in the Empire, who had just became a Sith apprentice on [[Korriban]] and had grasped their first lightsaber. The Inquisitor's strength in the Force woke Kallig from his slumber and made him acknowledge that he was dead. Desiring to meet his descendant, Kallig began to cause disturbances within the Dark Temple in an effort to draw the Inquisitor to him. Though his efforts reached fruition, Kallig's spirit realized that his descendants knew nothing of their heritage, having fallen into slavery after his death. He cautioned the Inquisitor to be wary of the [[Dashade]] [[Khem Val]], as well as their master and apprentice and to never be taken by surprise, having confidence that his family's name would be restored to greatness. He then allowed the Inquisitor to take an artifact of Tulak Hord's that Kallig stole before his unfortunate death. He advised caution, stating that betrayal followed the artifact wherever it went.<ref name="TOR" />
   
 
Sometime later, Kallig became aware that the Inquisitor's Sith master [[Darth Zash]] had sent two new apprentices, [[Kaal/Legends|Kaal]] and [[Corrin]], into the Dark Temple to confirm whether or not he was gone. Kallig considered killing them but refrained from doing so when they discussed Zash. Zash herself came by later, performing some sort of ritual. Venturing out of the temple, Kallig warned his descendant of these developments, implying that Zash sought to replace her first apprentice. He then informed his descendant of the location of his [[Kallig's Countenance|mask]] which would provide protection against Zash, now in the hands of a [[Khreusis|Sith Lord]] on [[Korriban]].<ref name="TOR" />
 
Sometime later, Kallig became aware that the Inquisitor's Sith master [[Darth Zash]] had sent two new apprentices, [[Kaal/Legends|Kaal]] and [[Corrin]], into the Dark Temple to confirm whether or not he was gone. Kallig considered killing them but refrained from doing so when they discussed Zash. Zash herself came by later, performing some sort of ritual. Venturing out of the temple, Kallig warned his descendant of these developments, implying that Zash sought to replace her first apprentice. He then informed his descendant of the location of his [[Kallig's Countenance|mask]] which would provide protection against Zash, now in the hands of a [[Khreusis|Sith Lord]] on [[Korriban]].<ref name="TOR" />
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