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Why Were The Younglings Killed And Not Turned Into Inquisitors?

Discussion in 'Prequel Trilogy' started by Gechoman44, Apr 23, 2018.

  1. DeakStarkiller

    DeakStarkiller Rebelscum

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    Thanks!

    In-world, I think there was some kind of Sith blood sacrifice thing going on.
     
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    Kato Sai Clone Commander

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    My main guess is the Rule of Two. Darth Bane invented the Rule because when there is multitude of Dark Siders intercide happens due to each Sith vying for power. Unlike the Jedi who serve one another and do not compete for hierachy and control; the Sith like lions devour each other until “only the strongest survives.” Bane sought to skip these ‘pride’ wars, and allow two powerful Sith at any given time.

    Simpler answer, Anakin’s Younglingcide is meant to seal his transformation to Vader, and make you terrified for Luke and Leia in the womb of Padme.
     
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