Tales of the Jedi: Dark Lords of the Sith 2: The Quest for the Sith is the second issue in the Tales of the Jedi: Dark Lords of the Sith series of comics. It was published by Dark Horse Comics on November 1, 1994.
Cay Qel-Droma and Tott Doneeta await a Jedi archaeologist on Onderon. He is to investigate and collect Sith artifacts discovered in the remains of King Ommin's Lair. The archaeologist, who turns out to be Exar Kun, arrives and inquires about the artifacts. He is met with resistance, and complain to Master Arca, who sees through his ploy. Kun immediately departs for Iziz.
Meanwhile in the Empress Teta system, Satal and Aleema begin annexing the galaxy in the organization they call the Krath. They nearly invade the system, claiming the many, previously peaceful, planets below. Using their dark side powers to alter the perceptions of their enemies they conquer it quickly.
Back on Onderon, two Naddist are speaking to a crowd. The crowd becomes angered with them and are about to suppress them, when Exar Kun steps in. He uses the men to assist him in finding the tomb of Freedon Nadd on the Dxun moon. Exar Kun enters the tomb and discovers the sarcophagi of King Ommin, Queen Amanoa, and Freedon Nadd. The apparition of Nadd appears and guides Kun to a set of scrolls written by Naga Sadow. He is told to travel to the world described by the scrolls. As Kun exits the tomb he murders the Naddist who guided him there.
Back in the Empress Teta system, the republic forces realized that the Sith illusions were false and continue their attack. Nomi Sunrider uses the force to touch the mind of Aleema, assaulting her thoughts. Despite the illusions fading, some real ship were mixed in, and begin to assault the republic fleet. Ulic-Qel Droma is hit by flying refuse from the attack and is injured.
Exar Kun translates the scroll, and makes his way to Korriban.
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