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Darth Nihl
Biographical information
Homeworld

Nagi[1]

Physical description
Species

Nagai[2]

Gender

Male[2]

Hair color

Black[2]

Eye color

Red[2]

Skin color

White[2]

Chronological and political information
Era(s)

Legacy era[2]

Affiliation
"My Master will not make Palpatine's mistake. All Jedi must die."
―Darth Nihl

Darth Nihl was a Nagai male Sith Lord serving in Darth Krayt's Galactic Empire during the Sith-Imperial War and the Second Imperial Civil War. A former Nagai warlord, Nihl had been recruited into the One Sith by Darth Krayt, and was initially made into his Fist, or military leader. However, this changed when Krayt's Hand, or enforcer, died, and Nihl was promoted to the position in 130 ABY as a result. One of Nihl's first missions was leading the assault on the Jedi Praxeum at Ossus, in which he killed Jedi Master Kol Skywalker and mortally wounded the Zabrak Master Wolf Sazen. Nihl returned to Coruscant and participated in Krayt's ascension to Galactic Emperor, in which the former Emperor of the Fel Empire, Roan Fel, was thought to be slain, although he actually survived.

Over the next seven years, Nihl acted as Krayt's top enforcer over the galaxy, until the Dark Lord promoted another, Darth Talon, to also serve in the position of Hand. Talon was sent to capture Fel's daughter, Marasiah, and Nihl was sent to reinforce her during the confrontation on Vendaxa between the Sith, Fel, Imperial Knights, and the Jedi who aided them. Skywalker's son, the bounty hunter Cade was among those who aided Fel, and confronted Nihl during the battle on Vendaxa, hoping to kill the Sith Lord for revenge over his father's death. Though Nihl did not defeat Skywalker, he later captured the bounty hunter when Skywalker infiltrated the Temple of the Sith to rescue the Bothan Jedi Knight Hosk Trey'lis. While Krayt attempted to turn Skywalker to the dark side of the Force, Nihl expressed doubts with Krayt's decisions, especially his obsession over Skywalker. Skywalker subsequently escaped, and the Emperor's Hand was sent to defeat him in combat. Nihl was bested in a duel, and had his right arm chopped off while Skywalker escaped. As a result, he was stripped of his title of Hand for his failure to defeat Skywalker and was put under Maladi's charge so that she could perform experiments on him using Yuuzhan Vong biots.

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Biography

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Nagai Warlord

"You were not born Sith."
―Darth Maladi

Darth Nihl, a male Nagai who originated from the planet Nagi, was a warlord on his homeworld, where he used his latent Force abilities to lead bands of marauders in raids all across the world. He was found by Darth Krayt, who was rebuilding the Sith Order and was offered a place within One Sith. Nihl agreed and went through a training to become a Sith Lord.[4] He was known to be Krayt's top enforcer in Krayt's Sith Order, and served the Dark Lord as his Fist, or military commander.[1] In 130 ABY, Nihl was promoted to the position of Hand by Darth Krayt after his predecessor died during the war, in which the Sith allied themselves with the Fel Empire in order to bring down the current galactic government, the Galactic Alliance.[2]

Ossus

"I earned my place as a Hand. I slew many Jedi that day, including Kol Skywalker."
―Darth Nihl
Darth Nihl on Ossus

Two standard days after the Empire captured Coruscant, the capital of the Galactic Alliance,[5] Nihl led the Sith in an attack on the Jedi Temple at Ossus—with orders from Krayt to leave no Jedi alive.[6] In the midst of carrying out his Lord's mandate, however, Nihl and his legion of Sith stormtroopers were confronted and attacked by Kol Skywalker, a Jedi Master of the New Jedi Order, in an attempt to provide a group of Padawans a means to escape Ossus. While Skywalker and his former Padawan, Zabrak Wolf Sazen, had some initial success against the Sith, it was in vain. Nihl engaged Sazen in combat and used his long-handle lightsaber to defeat the Jedi Master. Sazen's weapon arm was severed, and afterward, he was impaled by the Sith Lord, mortally wounding the Zabrak. After Sazen's defeat, Skywalker directly fought Nihl alone, injuring him in hopes of a last stand.[3]

Skywalker's son, Cade, soon arrived to help his father in combat, who had become momentarily distracted from his duel with Nihl. The elder Skwalker commanded Cade to take the wounded Sazen to the Jedi's escape shuttle, thus preventing Nihl from slaying the wounded Master. Skywalker continued his stand against Nihl and his Sith, but to no avail; Nihl unleashed his Force lightning to kill the Jedi Master. With the majority of the Jedi on Ossus dead, Nihl left the planet, victorious over the New Jedi Order. He traveled to Coruscant, where he witnessed Krayt's ascension as Emperor of a newly created Sith Empire by killing a decoy of Emperor Roan Fel in order to take control over the Fel Empire. In the wake of the decoy's death, the Imperial Moffs swore fealty to Krayt.[3]

Vendaxa

"You should have stayed dead on Ossus, one-arm! I dislike having to kill my opponents twice."
―Darth Nihl to Wolf Sazen

Seven years later, Nihl was no longer Krayt's only Hand. Darth Talon, a Twi'lek Sith, was named Krayt's second Hand, and she was sent to Socorro for her first mission: to capture and use Princess Marasiah Fel to lure her father, the former Emperor Roan Fel, into the open so that Talon could eliminate him and thus end any resistance to Krayt's full control over the galaxy. However, Talon was prevented from capturing Marasiah by the intervention of Cade Skywalker, who had turned to a career of bounty hunting after Nihl had killed his father. Skywalker and his companions, the Zeltron Engineer Deliah Blue and Human co-pilot Jariah Syn, transported Marasiah and her aide, Astraal Vao, to Vendaxa in order to meet with Vao's brother, Jedi Knight Shado, and the Jedi Nihl had presumed deceased, Wolf Sazen. Talon attacked them there, albeit unsuccessfully, and called for the Nagai's help to help eliminate the Jedi and capture the princess. Nihl was commanded by Talon to silently send troops to her position, wait for the former Emperor to appear, and then ambush the Jedi and Imperials so as to kill them all.[7]

Nihl duels Wolf Sazen during the Ossus massacre.

Fel arrived with an escort of two Imperial fighters, which were quickly shot down by the Sith troops positioned by Nihl and his fellow Hand. However, Fel and his accompanying Imperial Knights escaped the destroyed ships only to be confronted by Talon. At that moment, Fel revealed himself to be Imperial Knight Antares Draco. In her confusion at the deception, Talon was forced to flee and reconvene with Nihl and his troops. He planned to attack the Jedi and Imperials once more, hoping to capture Marasiah and kill the others. As they attacked, Nihl again dueled with Sazen, and mocked the Jedi Master with the prospect of killing him a second time. Skywalker, seeing the Nagai Sith dueling Sazen once more, and Marasiah mortally wounded by a Zabrak Sith, joined Sazen in combat, hoping to avenge his father.[8] Sazen attempted to halt Skywalker's attack on Nihl, who believed that Sazen was right to stop Skywalker, and stated that wielding a lightsaber did not make him a Jedi. The Sith Lord further mocked him and explained that vengeance was not a Jedi trait, though Skywalker did not care, and continued his duel with his father's killer.[9]

As Nihl's duel with Skywalker continued, Sazen was sent to bring the princess onto Cade's ship, the Mynock. Nihl, convinced that the bounty hunter could not defeat him, offered him a quick death similar to his father's, but Skywalker simply pressed on, discontent with any result besides the Nagai's death. Nihl was subsequently shot by Syn, allowing Skywalker enough time to gather himself, but his companion was soon Force pushed away by Nihl. This left him open to defeat by Skywalker, who instead escaped with his companions, the Imperials, and Jedi Vao, on the Mynock. Nihl then explained to Talon that he would soon be the only Hand once again, as he believed Talon would be killed by Krayt for the mission's failure.[9]

Capture of Cade Skywalker

"His father's son…weak and too easily defeated by darkness."
―Darth Nihl on Cade Skywalker

To Nihl's disappointment, Talon was not killed for her actions on Vendaxa. Instead, a search was warranted for Skywalker, in whom Krayt had an interest because of his potential to heal through the Force. This search, once begun, was easier than expected; Skywalker came to the Sith Temple on Coruscant to save Hosk Trey'lis, a Bothan Jedi Knight whom Skywalker had handed to the Sith for a bounty before experiencing a change of heart. He was attacked by Talon, whom he defeated using the dark Side of the Force. Before he could finish her off, Nihl Force choked him with the intent of killing the last Skywalker. However, Talon informed Nihl that Skywalker was wanted alive, and that she was sent to capture him. Unable to disobey Krayt's orders, Nihl obliged, and informed Krayt of Skywalker's capture.[10]

Nihl subdues Skywalker with a Force choke.

With Skywalker captured, Krayt hoped to turn the former Jedi to the dark side. By threatening to kill Syn and Blue, the Sith Lord was able to persuade Skywalker to listen to his offer and reconsider being a Sith. Krayt brought Skywalker to his chambers, but when Nihl attempted to enter, Darth Wyyrlok, Krayt's chief servant, barred him from entering. Nihl attempted to argue, believing his status as a Hand was enough. Wyyrlok did not comply, and questioned Nihl's loyalty to Krayt, causing Nihl to step back. Darth Maladi, the head of Sith Intelligence and Assassination, explained to Nihl why he wasn't allowed entry; Nihl was not born a Sith. Krayt had wanted Nihl to become his Sith military leader, and only promoted Nihl to Hand because Talon had not been ready at the time of his predecessor's death. When Nihl questioned Maladi as to why she wasn't allowed to enter even though she was born Sith, she stated her complete loyalty to Krayt. However, both she and Nihl wondered at Krayt's fascination with Skywalker.[11]

Krayt's attention to Skywalker paid off, and Skywalker agreed to become a Sith, trained by Talon. As Skywalker fell further and further down the dark side, Krayt became convinced that Skywalker would be able to heal him of the Yuuzhan Vong Yorik-kul implants that were causing his body to fail. As Skywalker began to realize his power under the training of Krayt and Talon, the Sith Lord became obsessed with Skywalker and his potential ability to heal him. This obsession Nihl disagreed with, and he told Maladi of this. She began to wonder to herself if Skywalker was capable of healing Krayt, and what would happen should he die. Nihl firmly believed in the old ways of the Sith; because Krayt had named no heir, there would be a power struggle. Therefore, Nihl believed that should Krayt fail to be healed, then Skywalker would be named his heir.[12]

Fighting another Skywalker

"Slay the one who killed your father! Destroy Nihl—take your revenge!"
―Darth Krayt to Cade Skywalker

However, Skywalker had different plans; he lied about his eagerness to be trained as a Sith, and attempted to escape the Temple of the Sith. This escape attempt was foiled by Talon, and Skywalker was brought to Krayt to kill Trey'lis, so that he could become a Sith in truth. Nihl watched as Krayt commanded him to kill Trey'lis or be killed himself, but Skywalker refused. Krayt attempted to stir Skywalker's hatred of people dying for him as motivation to kill Trey'lis, but the Bothan Jedi intervened, expressing his hope that he would not be used as a weapon of the Sith. For his interference, Krayt struck him down and a skirmish between Nihl, Talon, Krayt, and Skywalker occurred when the latter had a vision of his father. Using the Force, Skywalker pulled his father's lightsaber toward him, impaling Talon with it, and engaged Nihl in combat.[13]

As Nihl defended himself against Skywalker, he was betrayed by Krayt; the Dark Lord encouraged Nihl's opponent to use his anger and Kill the Nagai in vengeance. The duel continued, and eventually Nihl's arm was severed by Skywalker. Defeated and unconscious, he was then attacked by Skywalker using Force lightning, whose intention was to kill Nihl as revenge for his father's death.[6] However, upon Krayt's beckoning, Skywalker engaged the leader of the Sith in combat instead of killing Nihl. Skywalker was subsequently rescued by his mother, Morrigan Corde, who had aligned herself with her son's companions in a plan to rescue the bounty hunter. The plan was a success and Skywalker escaped, resulting in the failure of both Nihl and his fellow Hand to keep Skywalker within the clutches of the Sith. Krayt was determined to make them both pay for their failure.[14]

Nihl, after losing his weapon-arm in battle with Cade Skywalker

Replacement

"My Lord, I earned my place as your Hand! I deserve better than this!"
"You deserve death but…serve me well again and you may have a chance to earn your position back."
―Darth Nihl and Darth Krayt

Immediately after Skywalker's escape, Nihl was tended to by Maladi and Wyyrlok, along with Talon and Krayt. Though the latter was not injured, Nihl and his fellow Hand were hurt extensively, and Maladi was put in charge of their healing. Since the Nagai's arm was cleanly cut, Maladi offered to have it reattached, but Krayt refused; Nihl's incompetence had failed the Sith, and Krayt felt that he was no longer worthy of his arm as a result. Instead, Nihl was to receive a Yuuzhan Vong bioform replacement for his severed limb. Krayt had originally wanted to kill Nihl for his failure, but Wyyrlok convinced him otherwise, explaining that while he was no longer able to continue his position as a Hand, Nihl still had use to the Dark Lord. Krayt then replaced Nihl with Darth Stryfe, his Fist, as his new Hand, and sent him and Talon to be healed. Nihl protested his replacement, saying he had earned his place as Krayt's Hand, but Krayt brushed the complaint off.[15] Maladi took the two to her laboratory, and placed both Nihl and Talon in bacta tanks.[16]

As the injuries he sustained were more severe than Talon's, Nihl continued to heal on Coruscant, while the Twi'lek recovered completely. The former Hand remained in bacta while Lords Krayt, Maladi, Stryfe, and Talon, answered the summons of a mysterious female Jedi, who claimed to have Cade Skywalker imprisoned on the Deep Core world of Had Abbadon. Lured into a trap by Skywalker and his colleagues, which included several Imperial Knights, Nihl's fellow Sith were attacked[17] and subsequently defeated. Though Darth Krayt survived the battle, he was murdered shortly afterward by Darth Wyyrlok,[18] who feigned the Dark Lord's survival to all while acting in Krayt's stead as both leader of their Order and Galactic Emperor. Meanwhile, Nihl had recovered fully and bore a new arm, and later joined Wyyrlok with several of the more prominent Sith when they returned to Coruscant to secure the Imperial throne in the name of Darth Krayt.[19]

Personality and traits

"I do not do this to assist you. I do it because this one interests me."
―Darth Nihl to Darth Talon, referring to his capture of Skywalker
Darth Nihl in action.

Darth Nihl originally was a warlord on his home planet of Nagi, and later joined Darth Krayt in his new Sith Order.[1] As a member of the One Sith, Nihl loyally followed Krayt's every command, though sometimes, he doubted the decisions the Sith Lord made; for example, Nihl did not agree with Krayt's obsession with Skywalker, or his insistence to make the former Jedi a Sith. Nihl had studied the old ways of the Sith, which was that the strongest Sith should take control of the Order, rather than an heir. Nihl believed Skywalker was to become this heir of Krayt,[12] and wondered why Skywalker was being given privileges that Nihl had not been given, such as entry to Krayt's chambers, when Nihl had proven his loyalty to Krayt already.[11]

Before Krayt's obsession with Skywalker, Nihl had taken a personal interest with him.[10] Nihl had killed his father at Ossus,[3] and Skywalker's lust for revenge against Nihl caused him to take notice of the former bounty hunter. Nihl was ambitious as well; he wanted to be the only Hand, and hoped that Krayt would kill Darth Talon, his companion as a Hand, for her failures. The Nagai was forced to take commands from Talon, such as when she commanded the confrontation with Fel on Vendaxa,[8] and when she stopped Nihl from killing Skywalker, an action Nihl disagreed with.[10] Nihl also believed his own abilities as a Sith made him superior to others; he mocked Sazen's talent as a Jedi because the Sith had chopped off his arm using his lightsaber, and mocked the amount of Skywalker's tutelage as a Jedi, believing that just because Skywalker was able to use a lightsaber, it did not make him a Jedi.[9]

Darth Nihl stands victorious over Kol Skywalker.

Powers and abilities

"I killed many Jedi that day. Perhaps your father was one."
―Darth Nihl mocking Cade Skywalker

Darth Nihl, as a Sith, knew basic Force techniques such as Force push and pull, which he utilized against Jariah Syn in a confrontation on Vendaxa.[9] Nihl also knew the Sith skill of Force lightning, which he used to kill Kol Skywalker on Ossus. These abilities, combined with Nihl's usage of a long-handle lightsaber, proved him to be a skilled duelist; he was able to kill a member of the Skywalker lineage, Jedi Master Kol Skywalker,[3] and was able to defeat Wolf Sazen, a Jedi Master, in combat.[3] Yet another ability Nihl utilized was Force choke, which he used to subdue and capture Cade Skywalker when he infiltrated the Temple of the Sith.[10] However, Nihl could not use his prowess in dueling to defeat Skywalker in a second duel when he attempted to escape the Sith temple, in which Nihl was defeated and lost his arm.[14]

Behind the scenes

Darth Nihl first appeared in the Legacy series of Star Wars comic books, in which he was a major character and antagonist in the storyline. While he was first mentioned briefly in the pre-release issue of Legacy, 0, Nihl appeared frequently in the Broken story arc, in which he killed Cade Skywalker's father Kol, fueling Cade's revenge for his father's death, and causing Cade to fall to the dark side. Nihl then briefly appeared in Allies, in which he played a minor role, and did not appear again until the next major story arc, Claws of the Dragon, in which Nihl captured Skywalker, but was defeated when the latter escaped the Sith. Since then, Nihl has only appeared in two issues, Star Wars Legacy 23: Loyalties, Part 1, and Star Wars Legacy 27: Into the Core, that detailed Nihl's replacement as Hand by Darth Stryfe for his failure. Nihl was also listed in Lucasfilm official Leland Chee's blog, where it was revealed that his name is based on the words "nill, and nihilist."[20] Since Nihl was considered a major character for the first nineteen issues of Legacy, he garnered mention in several sourcebooks, ads, and action figures, including The Complete Star Wars Encyclopedia, Jedi vs. Sith: The Essential Guide to the Force, a miniature set for Legacy of the Force, and an ad for the miniature set.

Appearances

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  • Star Wars Legacy 8: Allies
  • Star Wars Legacy 1: Broken, Part 1 (First appearance)
  • Star Wars Legacy 5: Broken, Part 4 (Appears in hologram)
  • Star Wars Legacy 6: Broken, Part 5
  • Star Wars Legacy 7: Broken, Part 6
  • Star Wars Legacy 14: Claws of the Dragon, Part 1
  • Star Wars Legacy 15: Claws of the Dragon, Part 2
  • Star Wars Legacy 16: Claws of the Dragon, Part 3 (Mentioned only)
  • Star Wars Legacy 17: Claws of the Dragon, Part 4
  • Star Wars Legacy 18: Claws of the Dragon, Part 5
  • Star Wars Legacy 19: Claws of the Dragon, Part 6
  • Star Wars Legacy 23: Loyalties, Part 1
  • Star Wars Legacy 27: Into the Core (Appears in flashback(s))
  • Star Wars Miniatures: Legacy of the Force ad (Non-canonical appearance)
  • Star Wars Legacy 35: Storms, Part 2
  • Star Wars Legacy 45: Monster, Part 3

Sources

Notes and references

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 Star Wars Legacy 0½
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4 2.5 2.6 2.7 2.8 Star Wars Legacy 0
  3. 3.0 3.1 3.2 3.3 3.4 3.5 3.6 Star Wars Legacy 1: Broken, Part 1
  4. Legacy Era Campaign Guide
  5. Jedi vs. Sith: The Essential Guide to the Force
  6. 6.0 6.1 The Complete Star Wars Encyclopedia
  7. Star Wars Legacy 5: Broken, Part 4
  8. 8.0 8.1 Star Wars Legacy 6: Broken, Part 5
  9. 9.0 9.1 9.2 9.3 Star Wars Legacy 7: Broken, Part 6
  10. 10.0 10.1 10.2 10.3 Star Wars Legacy 14: Claws of the Dragon, Part 1
  11. 11.0 11.1 11.2 11.3 11.4 11.5 11.6 11.7 Star Wars Legacy 15: Claws of the Dragon, Part 2
  12. 12.0 12.1 Star Wars Legacy 17: Claws of the Dragon, Part 4
  13. Star Wars Legacy 18: Claws of the Dragon, Part 5
  14. 14.0 14.1 Star Wars Legacy 19: Claws of the Dragon, Part 6
  15. 15.0 15.1 15.2 15.3 Star Wars Legacy 27: Into the Core
  16. Star Wars Legacy 23: Loyalties, Part 1
  17. Star Wars Legacy 30: Vector, Part 11
  18. Star Wars Legacy 31: Vector, Part 12
  19. Star Wars Legacy 35: Storms, Part 2
  20.  "Darth Names and the Darth Who winner revealed." - "Keeper of the Holocron's Blog", Leland Chee's StarWars.com Blog

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Darth Nihl
Born

97 ABY

Physical description
Species

Nagai

Gender

Male

Hair color

Black

Eye color

Red

Chronological and political information
Era(s)

Legacy era, Unity era

Affiliation

Sith Order of Decreto, Sith Trinite

Known masters

Darth Krayt

Darth Nihl was one of Darth Krayt's Sith minions c. 130 ABY and a third generation Sith. A former Nagai warlord, Nihl had spent years as a feared scourge on the Nagai homeworld until he was discovered and recruited into the fledgling army of Darth Krayt. Casting aside his former personal ambitions, Nihl embraced the Sith cause and became the first of Krayt's two "hands," secretly carrying out his Master's will both outside and inside the Sith ranks.

During the Successors War Darth Nihl led several successful assaults on Darth Proditor's Sith Empire, including the Battle of Yavin and the land assault on Coruscant; personally executing Proditor, and assuming the title of Sith Lord in the process.

In the year 143 ABY Darth Krayt returned his thoughts to an old enemy; Berrek Verk. Word had reached Darth Wyyrlok that Verk had left his self-imposed exile and returned to Dantooine. Krayt, seizing upon this oppertunity ordered his two hands — Darth Nihl, and Darth Talon — to Dantooine with the mission of executing Berrek Verk. They later returned to Krayt bearing Verk's double-bladed lightsaber.

Almost twenty years later, whilst aboard the Krayt's fist, Talon and Nihl were attacked by Octom forces. Thus starting the Octom War.

Personality and traits

Darth Nihl was known for his natural Nagai brutality and lust for power.

He was a master of the Sith lightsaber, in both its combat forms.

Second Sith Trinite
Darth Krayt
Darth Wyyrlok — Darth Nihl

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Darth Nihl
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English: Darth Nihl
Attribute: DARK Image:Dark.png
Types: Sith/Effect
Level: 4 Image:Star.pngImage:Star.pngImage:Star.pngImage:Star.png
ATK/DEF: 1900/1250
Card Lore: You can discard this card from your hand when an opponent's card effect activates that includes destroying a card(s) and negate and destroy it.
Sets with this Card: Way of the Sith - WOS - EN056 (C)
Card Limit: Unlimited
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