- "Once we were brothers in the Force. But from the Hundred-Year Darkness were born the Sith."
- ―A Jedi
Thousands of years before the Clone Wars, a rogue Jedi studied the forbidden arts of the dark side of the Force and was exiled from the Jedi Order. He and his followers sparked the period of time known as the Hundred-Year Darkness, from which the Sith were born.
Biography[edit | edit source]
Thousands of years before the Clone Wars, this Force-sensitive male was a member of the Jedi Order. At some point, he began studying the forbidden teachings of the dark side of the Force and believed that the true potential of a Jedi involved tapping into the dark side, as opposed to embracing the contemplation and passivity of the light side. The Jedi High Council, upset by the beliefs of this Jedi, exiled him from the Jedi Order. The fallen Jedi gained a number of followers, and their actions led to formation of the Sith, an order born during the Hundred-Year Darkness. The Sith became the mortal enemies of the Jedi Order.
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Sources[edit | edit source]
- (First mentioned)
- Star Wars: Geektionary: The Galaxy from A - Z