Durge is listed under Mandalorians, if you know anything about Durge, you know he's the anti-Mandalorian. Removing that reference. --184.108.40.206 11:51, 31 March 2009 (UTC)
- Well, it does say the New Sith Wars, but something doesn't seem to match up. *Scratches head* -- Riffsyphon1024 00:55, 7 May 2005 (UTC)
- Nevermind. -- Riffsyphon1024 00:59, 7 May 2005 (UTC)
It's the Sith fighting Mandalorians, but its not on Ruusan. And it is in the New Sith Wars. Sorry for the confusion. QuentinGeorge 01:02, 7 May 2005 (UTC)
New Sith War descriptionEdit
The New Sith Wars article, at the end, seems rather messed up. "After nearly a thousand years of war, the Sith were in near collapse. By 1,020 BBY, the Republic had reclaimed the Mid Rim and the Sith Empire was in retreat. A former Jedi Master, Lord Kaan, reorganized them into the Brotherhood of Darkness, over 20,000 strong. They fought against the Jedi Army of Light under Lord Hoth. Driving the Brotherhood from their home in the heavily defended region of space known as the Cloak of the Sith, Hoth chased them from world to world, from Hoth to Dromund Kaas to Malrev IV, before ending up in the lush forests of Ruusan. By that time, the Brotherhood was less than two thousand in number." The New Essential Chronology tells us that during the Republic Dark Age the Republic abandoned the galaxy bar the Core Worlds and other systems, notably Korriban, which falls at the start of the novel. This isn't amazingly odd - its the equivalent of preventing the enemy getting hold of a major weapon, Korriban being a Dark Side nexus. Path Of Destruction doesn't mention the Battles of Roon, Hoth and Drommund Kas per se, but there is a three year gap between the Battle of Korriban and Bane's story starting. The tell-tale comment from during the bar scene being; "Des had heard of Hoth on the HoloNet; he was a bona-fide hero of the Republic. Victorious in half a dozen major confrontations, he was a brilliant strategist." This gap in the story is the only logical place for these battles. Then we have Kaan rally, retake all the systems Hoth retook, and drive the entire Republic fleet into the Core, per "All their fleets have fallen back to the Core. All of them!" from Kaan. The Sith turn on Ruusan, and their Empire falls. Its the only way all the facts fit together.-- Sinrebirth 21:50, 7th November 2006 (UTC)
Battle on Unknown World (Young Hoth)?Edit
Was there a "Battle on Unknown World (Young Hoth)" that took place between the Battle of Almas and the Battle of Korriban (New Sith Wars)? The infoboxes for these two battles indicate that there was. ~ Jaywin
I don't understand. How does the Mandalorians come into the conflict. I don't think it was explained at all in the article except the image. Also, if the Mandalorians were involved, shouldn't there be three factions battling each other? Cyfiero 09:21, 31 December 2007 (UTC)
Separating Light and Darkness WarEdit
Just as with the Old Sith Wars, the New Sith Wars are not one massive conflict, but a series of wars over time. The Light and Darkness War is a name given not to the entire period, but to the final war of the era, that between the Army of Light and the Brotherhood of Darkness. Therefore, I plan to create a new page for the Light and Darkness War and trim down the information here. Any comments, objections? Kaje 00:26, 9 April 2008 (UTC)
In KotOR II, Visquis mentions that his Ubese mercenaries have no love for the Jedi "after the Republic turned their homeworld into a radioactive ball". This would place Uba's destruction around the time of the Old Sith Wars, not the New Sith Wars.
- The discrepancy is known. There is yet to be a clear, official resolution on the matter, but besides KOTOR 2, all other sources place Uba III's destruction after 2000BBY. That is why it's that way here. Dangerdan97 22:32, 23 October 2008 (UTC)
1000 Generations Edit
- It says there is controversy because we know that the Jedi have been around for more than 1,000 years and Obi-Wan said they were around for over 1000 generations. But a generation is not a year. A generation should be considered the average human life time. So 60-80 years is a generation. He may still have been mistaken (gettin old) but I dont think he meant 1000 years. -- unsigned comment by Darth James at 02:05, 13 January 2009
Technically a generation should be the amount of time between someone being born and then having children of their own, (or roughly 20 years) which would put Obi-wan's estimate at "over 20,000 years," which is concurrent with the canonical timeline of the foundation of the Jedi Order. —Unsigned comment by 220.127.116.11 (talk • contribs).
Kiel Charny Edit
What happens between the galactic cold war and this? why are all the sith gone? i cant find any pages that tell me what happened.