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How exactly are indirect and regular mentions of the Rule of Two being handled? Pre Viszla, in "Eminence," says, "I thought there could only be two Sith, a master and an apprentice." The Rule of Two is counted as a regular, direct mention for "Eminence." In The Phantom Menace, Yoda basically says the exact same thing, however it's counted as an indirect mention. Cevan (talk) 19:38, September 26, 2015 (UTC)

  • I'd say it's only direct if it's identified by name. Imperators II(Talk) 19:41, September 26, 2015 (UTC)

Logical ConsistencyEdit

This article doesn't seem to be logically consistant - how can Yoda mention the rule of two in The Phantom Menace, if the Jedi believe the Sith to be destroyed, and the rule of Two was created after the Jedi thought to have destroyed the Sith? How could he know about a rule created by someone he believes to not exist??? Demallien 07:57, March 11, 2016 (UTC)

  • Uh, well that hasnt been explained yet... just because they havent explained it, does not mean it is the articles fault... But it is implied the Jedi knew that darth bane survived, and established the Rule of Two, and that after Bane established hte Rule of Two... was when the Jedi believed that the sith were destroyed. Obviously they did notbelieve the Sith were destroyed until after they learned the Rule of Two. ralok (talk) 09:10, March 11, 2016 (UTC)