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In the depths of galactic space, a foolish and arrogant young Jedi awakes an ancient, deadly power. This seductive evil will lead him down a path that will make him a Dark Lord of the Sith, and his darkling power will make the very galaxies tremble.
Exar Kun: A young Jedi curious about the nature of the dark side. Self-professed "Jedi Archaeolgist" and student of Master Vodo-Siosk Baas.
Ulic Qel-Droma: Young Jedi and hero of the Onderon Beast Wars; Prideful and somewhat arrogant; Student of Master Arca of Arkania.
Nomi Sunrider: Young Jedi and practitioner of Jedi Battle Meditation; Student of Master Thon.
Freedon Nadd: Dark Side spirit and once-ruler of Onderon.
Satal Keto: Heir to the throne of the Empress Teta System and Dark Side magician. Founding member of the Krath.
Aleema: Cousin to Satal Keto and Dark Side Sorceress specializing is illusion. Founding member of the Krath.
Empress Teta System: Group of seven worlds united centuries earlier by the Empress Teta; primary industry is exporting carbonite
Deneba: Home to the Jedi Assembly
Korriban: Original homeworld of the Sith species and a sacred planet for the Sith Order, housing the tombs for many ancient and powerful Dark Lords of the Sith, and containing immense dark side power.
Fourth Moon of Yavin: Final refuge of long-deceased Dark Lord, Naga Sadow
Jedi Order: An ancient monastic peacekeeping organization unified by its belief and observance of the Force, specifically the light side
The Krath: A cult formed by a clique of bored youths of the Tetan nobility, led by Satal Keto, the heir-apparent, and his cousin Aleema.
The Sith: The most infamous of all dark side religions, and the members of the cult were often seen as the pinnacle of power within the dark side.
For a thousand generations young Jedi Knights have dedicated their lives to preserving harmony and justice throughout the Galactic Republic.
Original Language: English
Publisher: Dark Horse Comics
Country: United States
Publication Date: February, 1996
Page Count: 160
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