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"Ridiculous. Tell whoever-it-is we can't obey any orders unless they activate their holo and state their rank."
[Activates hologram to show himself] "Lord."
―An Imperial officer and Darth Vader[1]

As a Sith in the Galactic Empire, Darth Vader held the title of "lord."

Lord, female equivalent Lady, was a title, often of nobility, that applied to certain individuals having power and authority over others. Sith styled themselves as Sith Lords or Dark Lords, and "Lord Vader" was the typical form of address by Imperial officers for Darth Vader.[source?]

General Grievous, the Supreme Commander of the Droid Army, was referred to as "My lord" by members of the Confederacy military, such as Asajj Ventress[2] and TV-94.[3] Another Separatist who possessed the title was Poggle the Lesser,[4] archduke of the Geonosians.[5]

The Grand Vizier Mas Amedda was addressed to as "Lord Amedda" by Imperial officers,[6] while Tion, a high-ranking member of the Imperial Navy, also bore that title.[7] "My lord" was also used as a term of deference for counts.[8]

Qi'ra, after taking control of Crimson Dawn, held the title of Lady.[9] Bo-Katan Kryze, regent of Mandalore until she was deposed for not supporting the Galactic Empire, held the title of Lady.[10]


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