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mfinnie 08-15-2012 04:38 PM

What's the Difference Between Sith Lords, Darths, and Dark Lords of the Sith
 
I was just wondering, its confusing from the 6 films and playing games such as SWTOR, what is the rank difference between Sith Lords, Darths, and Dark Lords of the Sith, as Lords and Darths seem like the same thing, i just want it clarified

GeneralPloKoon 08-16-2012 04:20 AM

Well I dunno about TOR, but all those titles are pretty much the same thing. Dark Jedi on the other hand are different.

Mandalore5 08-16-2012 09:35 AM

I think that Darth is a title held by any Sith with control of the Force, but Sith Lord is the title of the leader (Darth Bandon was Malak's apprentice, but he wasn't considered a Sith Lord).

Blix 08-16-2012 06:46 PM

Everything you listed in the title/OP is exactly the same thing, the only exception being SOME Sith Lords did not go by the Darth title system and/or some Dark Lords were may have not been acknowledged as being Sith.

.:Lord Revan:. 08-21-2012 04:32 PM

How i think is, Dark Lord: Leader of the sith

Sith Lord: Sith Master

Darth: is given to someone when they reach Sith Lord.

Hope this helps :D

Blix 08-21-2012 07:35 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by .:Lord Revan:. (Post 2816949)
How i think is, Dark Lord: Leader of the sith

Sith Lord: Sith Master

Darth: is given to someone when they reach Sith Lord.

Hope this helps :D

Except that *Darth* is given to those who are [keywords]acknowledged[/keywords] as being *Sith* by their *Masters*, otherwise everything else is true, except for Dark Jedi who are like --- tweeners or something :wonder:

.:Lord Revan:. 08-23-2012 09:42 AM

^True. Dark Jedi are jedi who turned into sith, i think cause Darth Vader was considered a dark jedi.

starwarzchick112 08-31-2012 07:08 PM

They all mean the same thing.


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