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Sith Pureblood equals slave?

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Sith Pureblood equals slave?

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NephilimNexus
12.23.2011 , 09:26 AM | #21
Quote: Originally Posted by Rhyltran View Post
Well, I believe if a Sith Pureblood carries some form of imperfection they were deemed inferior. Some Sith purebloods not having all five fingers for example were considered lessers and inferior to those that carried all five. Just one such example.
"They're all sort of frumpy, aren't they? Because it's a bad idea when cousins marry." - Eddie Izzard

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Kayvian
12.23.2011 , 07:47 PM | #22
Read the Novels. Particularly TOR: Revan.

2 Sith purebloods are mentioned prominently in the book. One is a Sith force user, the other, had his station within the empire not as prestigious as it was, would have most likely have been a slave. He was a not force sensitive. A fact which caused the other sith much discomfort.

So yes. It is entirely possible for Sith to be slaves. If they were weak enough...
"I cannot change the past. I meant to do good. But the dark side is slippery, as you yourself should know. I tried to hide. I tried to die. And finally, I tried to atone. You are not my judge, Sylvar. You are simply a pawn of your own emotions. I will not fight you." - Ulic Qel-Droma