Top 10 Fallen Jedi of All Time.

8. Freedon Nadd

Nadd was once a skilled Jedi in the prior days of the Order. He went ahead to wind up a standout amongst the most capable and compelling Dark Lords of the Sith in his time.

Freedon Nadd was normally talented with the Force, ready to ace procedures that even Jedi Masters themselves had before he started his actual training under them. Nevertheless, his voracious craving to take in more got the better of him. He would in the long run slaughter his master and escape to the Dark Side with a goal to further his own interests.

Even after being trained at the feet of acclaimed Sith Lord, Naga Sadow, Nadd would betray him since he felt Sadow was no longer useful to him.  He then went on to enslave and rule the planet Onderon which he would govern for a century and carve it into his own particular vindictiveness. He was a capable duelist and a magnificent marksman. He used a short-bronze bladed lightsaber and a customized blaster that killed a large number Jedi. Later on, his soul kept on lingering in the darkness of Onderon long after his demise.




7. Darth Krayt

He was initially called A’Sharad Hett. He turned into the man who would reign over the galaxy. Krayt was the child of an unbelievable Knight before the Clone wars and a female Tusken Raider. Having been brought up with both Jedi and Sand People customs, Hett would follow in his father’s steps to join the Order after his father was executed because of Aurra Sing.

He gained fame amid the Clone Wars, achieving the rank of Knight and after that Master. He be-friended and went with Anakin and Obi-Wan on a few missions. Towards the end of the war, Hett survived Order 66 and the Jedi Purge. However, he couldn’t find any other survivors in the Force and though that he was the last Jedi reamaining. He came back to his home-world of Tatooine and got to be pioneer of the Tusken Raiders. Thereafter, he re-ignited their forceful nature to reclaim the farms they trusted the farmers had taken from them.

When his team drew closer to Lars property he was stunned to discover Obi-Wan Kenobi standing before him. Kenobi pleaded with him to stop his warmongering as he was dangerously close to falling on the Dark Side. Hett declined and the two battled a horrible duel which brought about the loss of Hett’s arm and Kenobi unmasking him. Both were huge mortifications as showing skin was prohibited among the Raiders and Hett could no longer use their conventional weapon with a single arm. Later on, he turned into a bounty hunter and crash landed on Korriban, which was the home-world of the Sith.

Once there, he learnt of the Dark Side. Later on, he was captured by the Yuuzhan Vong and tormented unendingly. Thereafter, he met Vergere, who was a previous Jedi and detainee. She would go onto shape the system twice by means of her manipulations of Hett and later Jacen Solo. He got away and came back to Korriban where he covertly reconstituted the Sith Empire, abrogating the Rule of Two for a Rule of One. That one was the Empire itself. ‘One Sith’ grew in power and had Jacen’s Galactic Civil War divert intentions of his own plans. In the end he would uncover himself to Luke Skywalker when the two, Jedi and Sith came together, fought and vanquished the beast Abeloth.

Krayt was an expert at Jar’Kaifor the duration of his life. He readily employed two blades at once and it was this aptitude that made him a legend. His dominance of the Force was tremendous, to such an extent that its darkness could be felt by each and every Sith when he connected his will. Furthermore, his Force healing skills were mind-boggling. As it is, he was able to endure years of torment and wounds over numerous decades. He could recuperate himself every time to rise even stronger.

Following quite a while of self-stasis, Krayt would rise to lead the Sith against the Republic exactly 130 years after the Battle of Yavin when Luke was dead. He had the Republic and the Order come down on its knees once again, crushing their peace and ruled over the galaxy for almost a decade. Nevertheless, his abolishment of the Rule of Two brought about disdain among his closest who sought the crown for themselves. Treachery nearly had him killed. He rose one final time only to meet his definitive end at the hands of Cade Skywalker.




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