The Star Wars prequels + Troubled Birds
The Star Wars prequels + Troubled Birds
Why the Jedi Should Be Held Responsible For the Occupation of Korriban and the Invention of the Sith Order
This is something I need to talk about. This is something I want to speak about. So let’s go.
For anyone who doesn’t know, relatively early on in the Jedi Order, there was a schism.
A group of Jedi used what could be deemed as the dark side and then the Order had a small war called the Hundred-Year Darkness.
The Sith Order did not exist yet, so this group was known as the Dark Jedi—or later, Jedi Exiles.
Of course, they lost.
So what do you with a bunch of dangerous individuals who have force powers and highly advanced weaponry?
The Republic rightfully wanted to execute these dark side Jedi—because they caused a ton of problems.
The Jedi—however—had a different plan and said “nah, let’s just release this group of highly dangerous individuals into outer rim space and let them have a chance to find the lightside of the force again.”
Because that won’t end terribly.
What Was The Sith Species—Tsis— Doing During This?
For the sake of minimal confusion, I’ll be referring to the Sith Species as Tsis—what they’re actual species name is.
The Sith are a totally different entity.
You may ask, what were the Tsis doing before the Jedi Exiles occupied them?
Chilling, fighting for resources, societally advancing enough to have a King (shoutout Adas).
They were on a outer rim planet and by Republic standards aliens.
The Jedi ain’t give a fuck, neither did the Republic
The Tsis were primitive.
Which I don’t say that in a bad way.
The Tsis weren’t what you could consider “evil”, because to be evil means you know morality but shy away from it.
The Tsis just didn’t yet have the advanced society yet, like I said no one gave a fuck. There’s no Republic supplies or assistance.
They’re just chilling on they own doing Sith sorcery, making buildings, worshipping gods, etc.
The Tsis are a warrior culture, but they’re all means vulnerable and defenseless against a group of well trained, anti-Jedi, war criminals.
So the Jedi Exiles arrive, and the Tsis are trying to intimate them with some rudimentary magic.
So what do these Jedi Exiles do? Fresh out of the beef with the Jedi Order—given mercy when they shouldn’t have—, the Exiles kill the current Tsis King—Hakagram Graush—them take control of the Tsis.
After hundreds of years generic inbreeding and cultural engineering happens, we get the Sith Empre as we know it.
This species isn’t fighting the Jedi because there’s beef.
They’re fighting the Jedi and Republic because the Jedi said “meh let’s not kill the dangerous criminals, let’s let them loose and hope they have a come to Jesus moment in space”.
Then we get Sorzus Syn’s bitch ass saying “strange, they don’t hail us as space gods”
Bitch you a stupid ass hoe. The Tsis ain’t stupid, they have their own gods and you ain’t them.
Keep in mind, the Jedi Exiles fuck this poor species’ shit all the way up.
They completely change these people’s culture, society, and genetic code.
Here’s a difference in the species’ pre-and-post Jedi Exile involvement for reference:
I don’t give a fuck, ima say it: the Tsis pre-Jedi exile were innocent victims of Jedi placing Force Spiritual bullshit morality over law.
The Tsis ain’t have a space force, aint have a galactic economy, and they certainly weren’t hurting anybody.
This terrible fuck up and occupation/destruction of an innocent species is fully on the Jedi. This isn’t even on the Republic since the Republic wanted them dead.
The Jedi Exiles should have died. But no, the Jedi—always seeing the good in everyone, and not giving a fuck about what less advanced species may be forced to live under their rule—just released them out into the wild.
It’s sad, it’s pathetic, and it’s fucked up.
The Tsis were not evil.
Most of the Sith Purebloods in the Old Empire literally never had any other choice, neither their parents, grandparents, or ancestors.
The Jedi and Republic wasn’t some feuding Circle.
They were enemies of the Jedi Exiles who occupied a defenseless species of people, completely molded to suit their ends, and then—boom—you have a whole beef.
So yeah, it’s fuck the Jedi for this.
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I think that the reasons why the Sequels just didn’t slap as hard as they could have was the lack of worldbuilding.
No one writing for or running the Sequel Trilogy knows anything about worldbuilding.
Disney is used to running Marvel, a series that relies on references and “oh you remember that? Lol cool haha it means nothing”.
Star Wars has never been like that.
Just so y’all don’t say I’m tripping, here’s one example:
During 2002–when Attack of the Clones was about to air—Lucas Films released a bunch of in-universe HoloNet front pages.
The HoloNet is basically the Star Wars’ universe internet, so this was like viewing the front page of google news but it’s Star Wars.
I highly recommend reading the outlines of these on the Wiki, it’s no longer ￼accessible as is but you can still read what they were talking about.
Things like that matter.
If you read the HoloNet articles, they tell you everything from current political events to what was going on in sports
That’s called giving a fuck and wanting to create something.
That’s what this newest trilogy needed. Some immersive, in-universe, lil side stories to build hype and introduce you to the new world we were all going into.
It’s a shame because they could have done this super easily but didn’t.
Pure laziness from the world’s biggest entertainment corporation.
Jedi Apologists be writing whole books damn near on why people like the Sith because capitalists and western imperialism or some bullshit.
Mf the real answer is that the Sith just got more swag.
I know it crazy, but maybe people like big time ballers and cash money paper chasers with lightsabers and not broke ass, never had one piece of gold jewelry ass monks?
A crazy thought, I know.
Writers when other writers kill their characters:
Writers with their own characters:
I've got a desk pen pal at school, I'm not sure who they are but they keep responding to my notes on my homeroom desk.
This evokes￼ immediate and primal flight or fight in my being.
well someone had to do it
They haven’t given us the “new” Sheev Palpatine backstory because they know the hell I’ll raise if they fuck it up even minority.
🙅🙅😈😈I don’t play about him😈😈🙅🙅
Bitches in the Empire after Emperor Palpatine died:
Bitches in the Empire a week later when they whole region in a civil war for the second time and they getting no more pensions, no more social security, got no more functional government institutions, etc:
Yvi Gadow my fave because she don’t sugarcoat shit. She just be saying shit like “oh yeh Mf you gon kill plenty mfs”
She’s the polar opposite parenting style of Shmi. Cant blame her though considering her past and how Dyriliok tends to be for Circle Dwellers.
Look. She doing her best like she know her son ain’t gon look imitating with age and her man’s out fucking around in the senate.
No use selling her son a dream about galactic peace ig
Star Wars Tumblr is like the library of Congress.
But Star Wars Twitter is the chaos thunderdome of discourse.
My home environment. I love it.
hm. gonna get my feelings out