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Sithri Ceremonial Sword by MagyarEagle Sithri Ceremonial Sword by MagyarEagle
A Sithri ceremonial sword from the Golden Age of the Sith which occurred more than 160,000 years prior to the battle of Yavin. During this period the Great Sith Empire faced off against the First Republic, and the predecessors of the Jedi- the Jai, with trade being centered around Rakis station, which served as a neutral ground for two radically opposed ideologies to meet. This ceremonial sword was presumably owned by Lord Oroslan Nevetto, the brother of Vitzesh Nevetto, and uncle to Lau'Ren Sadir. Oroslan preferred fighting with Sith Swords, forgoing the lightsabers of the era.
This particular example was merely used for ritual sacrifice and ceremonial purposes. Unlike most of the others of Nevetto line, Oroslan managed to survive the battle of Andar, and served as regent for several years over what little remained of the Nabataean Territories.
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Rikuthedragonslayer Featured By Owner Jan 8, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Cool craftsmanship
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MagyarEagle Featured By Owner Oct 10, 2014
Thanks!
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Rikuthedragonslayer Featured By Owner Oct 10, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
My pleasure 
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KravenK Featured By Owner Mar 18, 2011  Hobbyist Writer
um... where do you get your info? or is this all made up?
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BamaGravy Featured By Owner Aug 29, 2010
fantastic render looks so real
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Calithlin Featured By Owner May 17, 2010  Student Digital Artist
The information posted is not canon. The Golden Age of the Sith was 5,000 years before the battle of Yavin, not 25,000. There were no Jai involved either. I suspect this is fanon, and urge to be consistent with the timeline when creating fanon.
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MagyarEagle Featured By Owner May 21, 2010
This series is set before the comics, and in fact is deliberately set earlier than any canon. If you look at canon, you will see that the galaxy is a technologically static place, and in some cases the the technology actually gets worse, take for example the fact that the tech in Knights of the Old Republic is in some cases far more advanced than any of the movies.
The foundation of the Golden Age is the the idea that cycle of empire and anarchy has happened again and again in the course of civilization. At this point in time, the Korribani are slaves to the Sithri, and after the destruction of their masters begin calling themselves Sith. This is the era of the First Republic, which is the successor to the last Galactic Empire. Lightsabers in this era are advanced in large part due to the force powered technology of the time, and in the nearly 50,000 years between this and the battle of Yavin, tech ebbed and flowed. At the time, I meant to set it during the reign of Xim the despot, but Newer pieces are going to state that this series occurred 50,000 years prior to Yavin. Ultimately the Great Sith Empire, or Sithri Empire was destroyed, along with the First Republic at the battle of Valon, some 45,000 years before the battle of Yavin leading to a massive period of Anarchy. The few survivors of that battle, would go into exile, and eventually the parts of their teachings that survived led to the later Jedi and Dark Jedi Ideologies.

This is fanon, but not in the way that it is normally associated with. These events do nothing to change the later events. But the events depicted in the comics are not the Golden Age of the Sith, because it is ultimately about the downfall of that Sith Empire. While the title is the similar (This is merely the Golden Age), this is not the period depicted in the comics.
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MaraxxusEredexa Featured By Owner Mar 22, 2010  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Nagyon szép lett! I like the red luminescent inscriptions a lot!
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BloodKing71 Featured By Owner Mar 21, 2010
SUP4h L33T!!! :D
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BloodKing71 Featured By Owner Mar 21, 2010
SUP4h L33T!!! :D
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