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07.21.2012 , 12:27 PM | #21
this is really quite simple when you think about it. think of both the edi order and the sith as what they really are, a religious cult/organization. think of any of todays religions, if you stop following the teaching of your religion and start following the teaching of another, then you would stop calling yourself a follower of the first religion and start calling yourself a follower of your new religion. your old religion would still consider you a part of their religion, and your new religion would not consider you a part of theirs if you didn't claim to be a part of it.

its really that simple, if you stop following the darkside, and stopped following the teaching of the sith, then no, you are no long a part of the sith. somebody changing the religion its creed, its code and its message is a completely different subject, but as it stands if you stop following the way the teaching tell you, then you have turned your back on what makes you sith

but to OP's point about playing a lightside sith in game, that really doesn't matter, your characters journey as you play it will not be canon. so your lightside sith will never really be anyway
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