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"There is no life after death. Only nothingness awaits you, Jedi. Your fear feeds our hunger for power. They will know you are here. We will tell them. You will die and be nothing."
―The Sith Warriors to Yoda[src]

These specters of undead "Sith Warriors" were wraith-like apparitions that were seen on the Sith homeworld of Moraband. They were conjured by Force Priestesses as well as by the power of the dark side of the Force, in order to test if Jedi Master Yoda was to begin training to preserve his identity after death.

HistoryEdit

When Jedi Master Yoda traveled to Moraband, he was confronted by seventeen of these specters, which were created by the Force Priestesses and the power of the dark side of the Force as part of a larger test to see if Yoda was to train to retain his identify after death[2]. The apparitions encircled the Jedi Master, mocking his quest to retain his identity after death. After promising to betray his movements to the reigning Dark Lord of the Sith, the specters slammed against him leaving repercussions in the Force which ended up warning Darth Sidious of Yoda's location.[1][3]

Behind the scenesEdit

The Sith Warriors first appeared in the Star Wars: The Clone Wars television series' sixth season. They were voiced by Corey Burton and Dee Bradley Baker.[1]

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