Sith Problems

You know that a sith is trying to kill you if…

He/she wants to meet you in a tomb, a temple, or the ruins of a temple or tomb.

He/she wants to meet you in his/her office.

He/she wants to meet you just about anywhere, actually.

He/she is in competition with you for anything.

He/she is helpful in giving you information, advice, or items.

He/she is your master or another apprentice of your master.

He/she is your apprentice.

He/she is a Lord/Darth who is an enemy or ally of your master, or that darth/lord’s apprentice.

He/she comes into contact with you in any way.  It’s just a matter of time.

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    Sith Problems — 3 Comments

    1. When first playing the Sith Warrior storyline, my habitual comment was: these guys are being way too nice to me. They’re going to try to kill me, aren’t they?

    2. The Jedi storylines involve giant problems to solve, world-killing weapons and secret enemies. The Sith stories are all about how they just can’t get along ever. And the Sith wonder why they never win