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If the sith did not believe that it was possible to live after death, why did the Inquisitor let go and fall into the generator?—Unsigned comment byConnorlee17 (talk • contribs).
He was an Inquisitor, not a Sith, so that belief did not necessarily apply to him. He said "Some things are far more frightening than death", which could be a warning to Kanan, or his reasoning that death seemed the prefered option in his defeat than dealing with Vader and the Emperor. Bear in mind the Inquisitor's title suggests he belongs to a larger body or guild of other inquisitors, judges, sorcerers or other high profile dark side users that would be in league with the Sith. Although the structure of that organisation is still a mystery at this point. That could also add weight to the Inquisitor's fear of defeat. Sometimes the writer's intentional lack of information adds mystery and suspense to a story and makes it more interesting.Ghostly Menace (talk) 02:16, May 12, 2015 (UTC)