Repeating your fan-fiction ad nauseam doesn't prove anything.
Revan's holocron taught Bane a vast number of rituals, Drain Life, Detoxify Poison, and more. There's no evidence that these Holocrons or any others were intentionally deprived of the summative knowledge of their creators, especially when in Bane's case, well, that wasn't the case.
But as you've accused me in another thread:
I'd ask you the same here.
That'd sound a lot more convincing if you weren't doing just that, lmfao. But you do have a history of accusing others of exactly what you're doing, so I'm going to assume that you're trolling and deliberately wasting my time.
Estimate the amount of sith that are known. Then conservatively double that to include those unknown. Divide that number by the amount of holocrons found over time. Then you get your statistic, and that's me giving you the benefit of the doubt in assuming every sith lord has given everything he knows to his holocrons, that's actually relevant to power (which I've already disproven).
Now take that small number, compare it to the thousands of years and known/unknown sith that did NOT create a holocron or write anything to pass down, and you'd be hilariously wrong.. Again.
You never disproved anything about teachings being relevant to power or not. The text I quoted claims specifically that Bane transcribed everything he knew - which would include things related to power as well.
The fact that the vast majority of Sith don't record their teachings doesn't preclude the few individuals that do from transcribing everything they know down, lol.
Prove that Vectivus or Revan didn't. The fact that the One Sith found Vectivus' holocron largely useless means only that they're already aware of the most of the contents, not that the contents themselves are useless, as I've already said.
The fact that you're asking me to prove a negative to you is essentially a concession. You'd have to prove they did before I have to prove they didn't. Since Vectivus' holocron contained the force phantom technique and business ethics, that's a point in my favor.
We were told explicitly what was in the holocron. If you want to argue there were useful contents, the onus is on you to prove it. But again, you are getting entirely sidetracked here.
Even if I grant you that the few force users that have holocrons do pour everything into their holocrons (they don't), the other 99% of the known and unknown force users throughout history don't. Therefore techniques lost infinitely exceed those that are passed down or discovered, which was the point.. NOW we can move on.
Then let me rephrase my question; prove that Revan and Vectivus omitted knowledge from their holocron, since I believe the root cause of our disagreement was that Sorzus Syn may have intentionally withheld such knowledge - the burden of which, I might add, is still on you to prove.
The fact that it contained business ethics or Force Phantoms proves your point how? Force Phantoms were unprecedented, and business ethics weren't things you'd find in any Sith manuscript... so it's unprecedented as well.
Quote me on where the entirety of the Holocron's contents were revealed.
The problem being that almost all of these non-recorders are pretty useless creeps who study from recorded texts to begin with. I mean, can you even name any Sith worth his salt who didn't record his teachings in one way or another, or that another Sith didn't have those teachings available in their recordings?
You're just rephrasing the negative. There's no proof they put everything into their holocrons. Sith do not share power so they are very careful what they put into their holocrons. Bane is an exception and to a lesser extent Revan.
I don't need to. If the sith themselves consider a holocron to be worthless, then it is indeed worthless. It doesn't matter if business practices are "unprecedented", but that's not the topic of this thread is it? You're to give reasons why modern era characters are more powerful and the only way that's possible is if the characters gain way more powers than are lost (with the exception of the ability to create their own). I've given you an ironclad argument where even in the best case scenario for you, infinitely more techniques are lost than are found and/or discovered.
After the Clone Wars Vader had Sidious retrieve all the remaining holocrons from the Jedi Temple, all of which were in fact forgeries. The would of course exclude the one stolen by Dooku prior to that happening, but is there any evidence to suggest that wasn't also a fake?
None of this really helps the argument of "modern=more powerful". It's pretty obvious that in the sw universe, the reverse is true as has been proven. The majority of force techniques used throughout the mythos all came from the same time period. Guys like Palpatine/Bane/Plagueis where in the rarified air of force users that could potentially create their own techniques. Technology on the other hand has improved over time.
Quote they were all forgeries? And, again, a lot of the entries, scrolls, books, etc. were legitimate. Holocrons aren't the only way to store knowledge, especially for the Sith.
And yes, it's confirmed to be a true Sith Holocron in Legacy of the Jedi. Here's one quote of many:
Lorian turned back to him. "Yes, Dooku, I did access the Sith Holocron. I was curious. And what I saw chilled my blood and haunted my days for a long time. It haunts me still. And yet it is comforting somehow. Once you've seen true evil, you can be sure that you will never be able to fall that low."
Dooku also made note of its dark side nexus, etc.
__________________ "The Emperor had three-hundred years to break this man . . . and he never succumbed?"