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The Sith Warrior

Discussion in 'Holonet Chat' started by J'kaura, Feb 22, 2010.

  1. J'kaura

    J'kaura Guest

    Fear, anger and hatred: these are not the only emotions used by the Sith Warrior, but these are the very essence of his existence. He survives by ruling over the weak with techniques of brute force and an insatiable demand for efficiency. With this power, the Sith Warrior carries out his objectives without hesitation, working towards rendering the Jedi extinct through combat. Sith Warriors train to purge weakness from themselves, allowing their survival instinct to drive them to overcome the fear of death.

    The Sith Warriors main abilities are based upon dominating the battlefield, victory through strength. Their ferocious prowess gives them the ability to crush their opponents through powerful saber skills and their force powers are trained to inflict as much damage as possible. Leaping ahead of his brethren, taking the fight to the enemy, the Warrior uses the saber to smash enemies into the ground. The Warrior’s pure anger facilitates the ability to take on multiple enemies, leaving a trail of true obliteration.

    In a fight the Warrior is not limited to pure brute force to gain the upper hand; his undying loyalty and leadership rally others in his wake to the cause of death and destruction. The Warriors mind is built upon a meticulous and unseen plan. This is why the Warrior has allowed the use of the saber hilt for serious melee attacks, enforcing its deadly shape and design. The Warriors fury can often reach deadly levels, spilling over into even deadlier finishing moves and often piercing the victim swiftly through the abdomen to let the foe feel that rage lead them to the end of their unfortunate existence.

    The Sith Warrior has access to an array of light to heavy armour which protects him from even the deadliest foe. The armours are built for resistance and gauged for certain agility during combat making the Warrior, even from the shortest distance, look like a dreadnaught. Their appearance demands attention, stills courage in his allies, and strikes fear unto the weak. Woe is to the enemies that choose to cross the path of the Sith Warrior and his plans, as a well timed saber attack would leave them crippled.

    The Warrior looks for those who demand results through action, much like Darth Vader from the original trilogy. If you seek to track down your enemies and bring them to the justice and might of the Galactic Empire then this is your choice. The Warrior will carve his power into the universe, imposing his will upon both the deserving and undeserving, giving them little choice but to accept. It can be said that the Sith Warrior encompasses a true and brutal darkness within the Force.