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Ajunta Pall First Sith Lord?

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DrkSithLrd
12.28.2011 , 10:02 AM | #1
So I played KOTOR 1 and 2, and I never remember a definitive statement acknowledging Ajunta Pall as thee first Sith Lord. I remember him saying he was one of the first, and I thought of him as one of the first Generals, much like General Xendor. But in the Codex for the Tomb of Ajunta Pall it definitively states that Ajunta Pall was in fact thee first Sith Lord. But if memory serves me I thought George Lucas didn't want the first Sith Lord named, much in the same way he doesn't want that Jedi Loser Yoda's species named.

So I don't know how I feel about Ajunta Pall being thee first Sith Lord. In KOTOR Ajunta Pall expresses regret for leaving the Jedi Order, no true Sith would be so weak, especially the father of the Sith. So I say we reject Ajunta Pall and call him a decoy for the true first Sith Lord, because the true first Sith Lord has some sort of plan maybe. He is going to come back through his blood line, the sun turns black, all that stuff, and doesn't want the Jedi Order to discover his dealings in death, so a decoy is needed. That's my two cents.

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Incursuss
12.28.2011 , 11:12 AM | #2
Well actually all sith were weak thats why Darth Bane killed them all and started his own order. Ajunta Pall was not the most powerful but he was the FIRST Sith Lord.

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bfishback
12.28.2011 , 11:16 AM | #3
Quote: Originally Posted by Incursuss View Post
Well actually all sith were weak thats why Darth Bane killed them all and started his own order. Ajunta Pall was not the most powerful but he was the FIRST Sith Lord.
Not really. Bane understood that the Dark Brotherhood was a disgrace to the old sith. He spent alot of time reading about the past sith, and understood that the Dark Brotherhood was breaking the rules of "the strong rule the weak", which is a core fundamental in the Sith.

So not all sith were weak, just the ones in the Dark Brotherhood.

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CoruscantSunset
12.28.2011 , 11:41 AM | #4
I agree with bfish. In fact, as I recall in the books Bane seems to show quite a bit of respect for the old Sith, before the Brotherhood.

Bane wanted a return to traditional, wholesome values...and no more gays in the Army. He was the Rick Perry of his time.

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Incursuss
12.28.2011 , 11:45 AM | #5
Quote: Originally Posted by CoruscantSunset View Post

Bane wanted a return to traditional, wholesome values...and no more gays in the Army. He was the Rick Perry of his time.
HA that made me ROFL. Thanks for pointing that out guys. I forgot it was the "Dark Brotherhood" ******* not the Sith Order