Freedon Nadd was suggested to be the greatest Sith Sorcerer who ever lived in the TotJ Companion guide, but that only involves characters up to and of that time. There are others who practiced Sorcery after his time.
So who, in your opinion, was the greatest Sith Sorcerer to grace SW history and why?
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Exar Kun. Of course Kun must be on the list, Revan that learned a lot about sith magic and Rakatta technology... Many ancient sith, Like tulak hord, and 100 years of darknest protagonists, Palpatine. Even if prefer relying on pure force power.
Some sith inquisitor in the great sith war. Vitiate (+100 for the ritual that make him immortal...)
And any kind of cheaty bitchy force user, that have acess to sith magic. Since those kind of guy tend to really invest themself learning sith agic over regular force powers...
The problem with sith magic, is that the wielder never use their abilities at full potential, many spells and ritual are pointless if not use in the right situation... It is up to the igeniousity of the wielder to find a way to exploit those powers... There is many sith sorcery/alchemmy manipulation that could not be applicated in a direct matter...
WHo is the best? We just simply don't know. we know that there is guy great at this art...
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