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{{Quote|Did you know that Sith Lords could sometimes drain the Force energy from their captives? Siphoning life from them and using it to strengthen their connection to the dark side? Extending their own lives, as well, so that they could live for centuries beyond their intended expiration?|Yupe Tashu to [[Wedge Antilles]]|Aftermath}}
 
{{Quote|Did you know that Sith Lords could sometimes drain the Force energy from their captives? Siphoning life from them and using it to strengthen their connection to the dark side? Extending their own lives, as well, so that they could live for centuries beyond their intended expiration?|Yupe Tashu to [[Wedge Antilles]]|Aftermath}}
According to [[Yupe Tashu]], ancient [[Sith Lord]]s could '''drain''' the [[The Force|Force]] energy from other individuals. By siphoning life from others, the Sith could both strengthen their connection to the [[dark side of the Force]] and extend their own lives.<ref name="Aftermath" /> Similarly, the [[Unidentified Queen of Ktath'atn|queen]] of [[Ktath'atn]] could "feed" on others.<ref name="Screaming1">''[[The Screaming Citadel, Part I]]''</ref> [[Talzin]] spirit was able to emerge from a stone monolith to directly [[Possession|possess]] Dooku, drain his life energy, and even regain her physical form, though upon receiving a fatal injury she was permanently destroyed.<ref name="Son of Dathomir, Part Four" /> During the [[Clone Wars]] on the [[Mission to Mortis]], [[Anakin Skywalker]] used this ability with the [[Daughter]], who was dying, transferred the remainder of her life force to revive a deceased [[Ahsoka Tano]].[[File:Mother_Talzin_Son_of_Dathomir.png|thumb|left]]
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According to [[Yupe Tashu]], ancient [[Sith Lord]]s could '''drain''' the [[The Force|Force]] energy from other individuals. By siphoning life from others, the Sith could both strengthen their connection to the [[dark side of the Force]] and extend their own lives.<ref name="Aftermath" /> Similarly, the [[Unidentified Queen of Ktath'atn|queen]] of [[Ktath'atn]] could "feed" on others.<ref name="Screaming1">''[[The Screaming Citadel, Part I]]''</ref> [[Talzin]] spirit was able to emerge from a stone monolith to directly [[Possession|possess]] Dooku, drain his life energy, and even regain her physical form, though upon receiving a fatal injury she was permanently destroyed.<ref name="Son of Dathomir, Part Four" /> [[File:Mother_Talzin_Son_of_Dathomir.png|thumb|left]] During the [[Clone Wars]] on the [[Mission to Mortis]], [[Anakin Skywalker]] used this ability with the [[Daughter]], who was dying, transferred the remainder of her life force to revive a deceased [[Ahsoka Tano]].
   
 
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"Did you know that Sith Lords could sometimes drain the Force energy from their captives? Siphoning life from them and using it to strengthen their connection to the dark side? Extending their own lives, as well, so that they could live for centuries beyond their intended expiration?"
―Yupe Tashu to Wedge Antilles[src]
According to Yupe Tashu, ancient Sith Lords could drain the Force energy from other individuals. By siphoning life from others, the Sith could both strengthen their connection to the dark side of the Force and extend their own lives.[1] Similarly, the queen of Ktath'atn could "feed" on others.[4] Talzin spirit was able to emerge from a stone monolith to directly possess Dooku, drain his life energy, and even regain her physical form, though upon receiving a fatal injury she was permanently destroyed.[2]
Mother Talzin Son of Dathomir
During the Clone Wars on the Mission to Mortis, Anakin Skywalker used this ability with the Daughter, who was dying, transferred the remainder of her life force to revive a deceased Ahsoka Tano.

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