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Date Process Result
May 9, 2012 Trash compactor Keep
Current status: Article kept after Trash compactor

Sith spirits (in the picture) Edit

I see that at least two of the Sith spirits featured in the article main pic are Kalatosh Zavros and Horak-mul. Does that mean was redeemed post-mortem?--LelalMekha 17:28, May 1, 2012 (UTC)

Those pictures are not an example of 'Light Sith', they are the spirts the Inquisitor binds throughout the story, nearly all of which are actually Dark Side spirits. Alexsau1991 (talk page) StupidSithEmblem-Traced-TORkit 20:43, May 5, 2012 (UTC)

Kory? Edit

Why is Kory listed as one? As far as I know this is never specifically stated. Sure, she's awfully kind to you, but she's a low-level acolyte who hasn't been trained in the dark side yet. She is killed before she can develop any dark traits. Should we really count her among these others?--ARC Commander Colt (talk) 02:34, April 12, 2013 (UTC)

I agree with this guy. She dies before she even begins her training. She's not a light-sided sith. She's not even a sith. She's not even really in TRAINING to become a sith for more than a few hours before her death. To call her a light sided sith is like calling jedi padawans with no knowledge of light or dark "gray jedi" (remember, they start out very young, a lot of times too young to really grasp the concept of good and bad correctly). LordSchmee (talk) 19:42, April 21, 2013 (UTC)

Game mechanics Edit

The reversion of my edit makes no sense. As this is no longer a game mechanic, it is irrelevant and as these characters are NPCs, the mechanic doesn't even apply to them. It does not fit in the BTS, and it should not have been reverted, IMO. This hasn't been a game mechanic since Beta. So what if they use purple blades? So does Zash, does that make her a Light Sith? By that interpretation, shouldn't all Sith using purple in-game be light if the dark-siders must use red? I say we remove it; should we vote?--ARC Commander Colt (talk) 02:37, April 12, 2013 (UTC)

  • I reverted it simply because saying it's game mechanics is not enough to warrant its removal. But with your argument I suppose it's fine to remove, but I can't say for sure since I never played this game. Stake black msg 02:41, April 12, 2013 (UTC)

5.1 Added/changed infobox Edit

NEW CANDIDATES Can't Lana beniko be classified as a light sith, clearly she is a paradox compared with 99% of the sith living in the empire, yes she uses the dark side but isn't consumed by it. And there is the question of Darth Gravid, the sith lord in the banite order that turned to the light. I am even inclined to think in Darth Marr as possible candidate because after his death he become more favorable to some jedi ideas and mixed with his own.