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Sistros was one of the Four Sages of Dwartii, ancient controversial philosophers and lawgivers of the Galactic Republic. The other three Sages were Faya, Yanjon, and Braata.

The statue of Sistros that Palpatine had used to decorate his private office's anteroom was created during a much earlier time when the Sith had ruled the galaxy. On the surface, the statue appeared to be just another statue but beneath the statue's bronzium finish lay a hollow space lined with neuranium, which contained Palpatine's lightsaber.

Though the actions of Sistros and the other Sages were controversial to many, a small statuette of the ancient demagogue capped the Galactic Senate Speaker's staff wielded by Vice Chair Mas Amedda during the last days of the Galactic Republic.

Behind the scenesEdit

In the now defunct MMORPG Star Wars Galaxies, all four statues of the Sages of Dwartii could be collected. The in-game statue that was labeled as Sistros's depicted a man holding an open book.[1] However, Sistros' effigy in both Star Wars: Revenge of the Sith The Visual Dictionary[2] and the bronze statues set "Sistros and Braata" produced by Sideshow Collectibles depicted a man with his hands folded in his sleeves.[3] Leland Chee, administrator of the Holocron continuity database at Lucasfilm Ltd., later stated that the Sideshow identification was correct[4] and that the Sistros statue was indeed the one with the folded hands and long sleeves.[5]

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