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Darth Vectivus
Died

Centuries before 40 ABY[1]

Physical description
Species

Human[1]

Gender

Male[1]

Height

Tall[1]

Hair color

Dark[1]

Chronological and political information
Era(s)
Affiliation

Sith[1]

"Strength that is never touched by ruthlessness is touchingly irresponsible."
―Darth Vectivus

This male Human was a shrewd but principled businessman who served as the director of the Jonex Mine Eight Eleven B asteroid mining colony in the MZX32905 star system near the planet Bimmiel. When the reservoir of dark side energy over which the colony was situated began to negatively influence the director's employees, he shut down the operation. Because of his own Force sensitivity, he began to study and experiment with the mysterious anomaly himself, where he developed a Force technique which involved the creation of dark side–empowered phantoms. He eventually did away with the entire mining operation and left the habitat for a time in search of the Sith. His quest was ultimately fruitful, and upon completion of his apprenticeship he ascended to mastery as Darth Vectivus, Dark Lord of the Sith. Though a proponent of the dark side, Darth Vectivus' self-discipline and preexisting code of ethics allowed him to remain fair and balanced without succumbing to the lure of power which plagued the Sith Lords who preceded him. Eventually, he returned to the mine and maintained a plentiful existence in the company of friends and loved ones alike.

Darth Vectivus passed into physical death centuries prior to 40 ABY, but his spirit retained its power and lingered in the labyrinthine mines underneath the Home where in life he had once resided. It was also here where his ghost met the current Dark Lady of the Sith Lumiya, who later raised a phantom of Lord Vectivus that encountered a young female Jedi Knight named Nelani Dinn. After sending a swarm of hundreds of mynock-like phantoms to antagonize the Jedi, Vectivus revealed himself and explained the nature of his arcane technique to her; for every mynock-creature she killed, the organism to which it was connected died as well. Dinn refused to believe him, and he in turn offered her an alternative: to instead kill Vectivus's phantom and its host, thereby saving the lives of countless others. Dinn declined the offer, unwilling to potentially jeopardize even a single innocent life. The Dark Lord even changed his appearance to that of former Galactic Emperor Palpatine, enticing Dinn to strike down the visage of a known villain, but still she could not bring herself to perform the act. Vectivus rebuked Dinn, satisfied that he had sufficiently exposed what he believed to be her inability to sacrifice a life other than her own for the sake of many. He then illuminated the exit as he mocked Dinn's purported weakness and allowed her to escape while he disappeared into the Force with his mynock apparitions.

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Biography

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Early life

"He was a hardheaded business man with a keenly balanced sense of profit and fairness, and when temptation whispered in his ear he could ignore it as easily as he could ignore the importunings of equally destructive softheartedness."
―Lumiya

During his early years, this Human male lived a normal life into adulthood,[2] complete with family and a host of friends for whom he cared. From them he learned many skills which he incorporated into his business practices as the administrator of the Jonex Mine Eight Eleven B mining facility in the MZX32905 system. Situated within an asteroid belt near the planet Bimmiel, he established his headquarters on a particular asteroid known as the Home, which was also rich in the metal ores that his company harvested.[1]

Unknown to both him and his employees, the asteroid was suffused with the dark side of the Force, the result of a sentient mynock-like species that had resided in the Home but had also gone extinct prior to his arrival. The sanity of Jonex Mine Eight Eleven B's attendants was slowly eroded over time by the dark side energies of their work environment; Force-sensitives among them experienced unexplained visions, displayed peculiar abilities, and even began to behave similarly to the extinct species that preceded them. The director—who was Force-sensitive and also began to experience unusual phenomena—discreetly silenced the reports of bizarre happenings and ceased all of Jonex's mining activities, keeping the situation secret in the midst of the asteroid field's other continuing operations. He devoted his time to experiments with the cavern's intense darkness, where he examined and developed new Force abilities in the process.[1]

Sith Master

"He, too, was a Force-sensitive and had been experiencing things, experimenting, acquiring and testing new powers. When this asteroid belt eventually became less profitable as a mining operation, he closed it down, carefully mismanaged things so that the habitat would be left here and forgotten…and then, leaving it behind, he went out into the galaxy, finding the Sith, apprenticing himself, eventually becoming the Sith Master Darth Vectivus."
―Lumiya describing Vectivus's life

When it was no longer a lucrative endeavor, the director quietly mismanaged the operation and shut it down entirely. He coerced individuals to turn a blind eye through monetary incentives and persuasion, and effectively consigned the mine to obscurity. He then ventured out into the galaxy in active pursuit of the Sith. The director's quest proved successful; he found, and was apprenticed to, a Sith Master who furthered his dark side knowledge and ability to the point of his own mastery. Upon completion of his training in the ways of the Force, he inherited the mantle of Dark Lord of the Sith as Darth Vectivus.[1]

The established moral code of his former existence as a business executive was not lost to Darth Vectivus during his transformation into a Sith Lord, and adherence to this ethical standard prevented him from succumbing to the stereotypically common shortcomings of his predecessors.[2] Violence, galactic ambition, and the eradication of the Sith's philosophical Jedi rivals were of no consequence to him; his contention was to simply immerse himself in Sith lore and study of the galaxy itself. Upon his return to the mine years later as a fully fledged Sith Lord, Vectivus built a decadent mansion in the heart of the asteroid's dark side potency. He eventually died there, having lived out the remainder of his days surrounded by friends and family. Prior to his death, however, Darth Vectivus fashioned a personal Sith holocron which contained his philosophy on business practices, as well as a detailed explanation on the implementation of dark side–empowered projections. An ability developed by Vectivus himself, these phantoms were controlled Force apparitions that required the healthy soul of a living host to serve as the manifestation's anchor into the physical realm. Each was inextricably linked to the other; if one was killed or destroyed, the other would suffer the same fate. Such was Vectivus' ability that summoning hundreds of concurrent phantoms required little effort.[1]

Legacy

Lumiya

"Because, down in the caverns, where the dark side power is greatest, there is a Sith Lord, and I didn't think I should face him alone."
―Brisha Syo, speaking of Darth Vectivus
Lumiya, who lived in Vectivus's home.

Millennia after Darth Vectivus' death,[2] his residence served as the domain of Lumiya, Dark Lady of the Sith. The Home became a sanctuary where she studied the Force, the history of the Sith, and Lord Vectivus himself. Lumiya refrained from decorating the living quarters, save for the addition of Force-influenced mirrors which always made the reflection of the beholder far more attractive than they actually were. She installed hundreds of safety precautions—traps that would dispatch potential intruders in a myriad of ways; hidden baradium explosives, flechette discharges, reverse airlocks, a poison decontamination shower, and even a Force illusion of Lumiya that redirected any sustained attack damage back to the assailant; all were designed to protect Vectivus' former abode from enemies of the Dark Lady of the Sith.[3] While living in The Home, Lumiya also discovered the spirit of Darth Vectivus lingering in the bowels of the asteroid. It was there that she learned to master his Force phantom technique,[1] to a degree that enabled her to send them across the expanse of the galaxy for whatever ends she desired.[4]

In 40 ABY, Lumiya felt that the galaxy was descending into a state of anarchy and that the current government, the Galactic Federation of Free Alliances, was unable to maintain a peaceful state among its citizens. She felt that a Sith Lord with the moral stature of Darth Vectivus was necessary to restore galactic stability; to this end she planned to transform Jedi Knight Jacen Solo into the Sith dictator she had envisioned. Under the guise of "Brisha Syo", Lumiya lured Solo, his cousin Ben Skywalker, and female Jedi Nelani Dinn to the Home. She separated Solo from his companions and, with Darth Vectivus as the perfect example of a benevolent darksider, began to persuade Solo into accepting what she claimed was his destiny as a Sith. After much contemplation, Solo was eventually convinced by the example of Darth Vectivus' solid moral foundation.[1] In the midst of the chaos that later erupted into the Second Galactic Civil War, Solo ascended to Mastery himself as Darth Caedus, Dark Lord of the Sith.[5]

Conversations with Nelani Dinn

"Is this taunting necessary?"
"Yes, it is. To goad you into the action you need to perform. By killing one—whoever it is I'm attached to at the moment—you'll save scores. Hundreds. Thousands. What you think of as the evil of my dark side teachings will not spread so far. So kill me."
―Darth Vectivus converses with Nelani Dinn

While Lumiya enticed Jacen Solo into accepting dark power without the corruption of evil ambition, the spirit of Darth Vectivus encountered one of Solo's comrades, Jedi Knight Nelani Dinn, within the maze of tunnels underneath The Home. The Sith spectre attacked Dinn with mynock phantoms, forcing her to fight for her life against them. The creatures suddenly ceased harassing Dinn moments before the shrouded figure of Vectivus appeared. He introduced himself to the Jedi who recognized him as the cause of all that had befallen her thus far; Vectivus, however, suggested that he was merely a figment of her imagination. When Dinn refuted his claim because she could feel his immense dark side presence, Vectivus corrected her and explained that what she sensed was the Force aura of the being to whom he was connected. He informed her that he, like all the mynocks, was actually a Force phantom. He further stated that for every phantom she eliminated, a person or animal somewhere in the universe died with it. Dinn was skeptical of Vectivus's claim, but the Dark Lord assured her that he spoke the truth. Weary of the Vectivus phantom's incessant prattle, Dinn wondered how to rid herself of his Sith presence. Vectivus advised that this was only possible by killing him, and if she did so, the mynocks would vanish and Dinn would be able to find both Skywalker and Solo again. Vectivus' suggestion was a conundrum, however; if Dinn eliminated him, the life to which he was attached would end as well—an outcome Dinn found unacceptable. The Sith Lord continued to goad her into killing him, but Dinn refused to take the life of an innocent. Vectivus explained his reason for attempting to press the Jedi into action; countless lives would be saved at his expense and the potential influence of his dark side teachings would be removed. He then assumed the appearance of former Galactic Emperor Palpatine with hopes that the image of a notorious villain would make Dinn's decision simpler, but the Jedi still declined. Returning to his original form, Vectivus rebuked Dinn for her inability to sacrifice one life for the benefit of many. He also found the Jedi's willingness to sacrifice herself in the place of an innocent unacceptable and, through the Force, illuminated the tunnel that Dinn might find her way out. Before she left, Vectivus cautioned Nelani Dinn to avoid interfering in the affairs of others lest she die unnecessarily. He then bid her farewell as he disappeared into the Force. Dinn failed to heed Vectivus's warning and was ultimately killed by Jacen Solo after attempting to prevent Lumiya from seducing him to the dark side of the Force.[1]

Alema Rar's residence

"You remember. Lumiya invited us to her asteroid."
―Alema Rar, convincing Ship to bring her to The Home
Alema Rar, who lived in The Home after Lumiya.

Lumiya, after ensuring that Jacen Solo's fall to the dark side of the Force was complete, surrendered herself to death in mortal combat against the Grand Master of the Jedi Order, Luke Skywalker. Immediately afterward, Darth Vectivus' asteroid domain became the residence of the Twi'lek Dark Jedi Alema Rar, who had been in collusion with Lumiya prior to her death.[5] After successfully bypassing all of the Dark Lady's safeguards, Rar canvassed the estate for Sith artifacts, hoping to find anything that might help further Lumiya's work: the success[3] of Jacen Solo, now the Sith Lord Darth Caedus.[5] Her search turned up nothing of the sort; instead, the Twi'lek found a datachip which contained a message from a mysterious white-eyed figure inviting Lumiya to parley with him and his colleagues on the Sith homeworld of Korriban. Realizing that this individual represented a secret and independent order of Sith, Rar left for the Outer Rim world, confident that these beings would provide the assistance she sought. Her arrival on Korriban was met with cautious disapproval. After refusing to assist her, the Korriban Sith presented Rar with the holocron of Darth Vectivus—whom they considered a fraud[6]—to deliver to Caedus.[3] Rar later determined that the information therein would be useless to Caedus and chose not to give the holocron to him.[6] Following the end of the battle of Kashyyyk,[3] Rar returned to Vectivus's asteroid and began to practice the ancient Dark Lord's Force phantom technique.[6]

Destruction of the asteroid

"This is of highest priority. We will not concern ourselves with a cloaked ship, but assign a fully armed warship to the task. I am recalling the Poison Moon and assigning it to you for this mission. It will be equipped with explosives sufficient to destroy an asteroid. You will use it to locate the dark side energy source used to power Vectivus's Force phantom technique and obliterate it."
―White Eyes commanding Dician to destroy the asteroid

The uppermost chamber of Darth Vectivus's asteroid lair was a transparisteel-domed observatory that faced open space; it also served as the focal point from where both Lumiya and Alema Rar drew upon the dark side energy that pooled in the caverns beneath the habitat used to fuel Vectivus' Force phantom technique. Awareness of this power source and Alema Rar's possession of it came into the knowledge of the Sith on Korriban by way of one of their operatives, a female Sith Lord named Dician. While the mention of Vectivus' name by Dician garnered a considerable amount of scorn from those to whom she reported, the power which he had once commanded in life was well-known among them and remained uncontested. Upon report to her superiors of Alema Rar's ability to conjure Vectivus' phantoms, the white-eyed Sith Master with whom Rar had previously met determined that the Twi'lek should be captured, so that they might extract the secret of Vectivus' power from her. When Dician advised that the Jedi were pursuing Rar, however, White Eyes decided that preventing the Jedi from learning of the significance of Vectivus' former dwelling was paramount. He ordered Dician to locate the asteroid and destroy it, and to either capture Alema Rar or kill her if necessary.[6]

Vectivus' asteroid was soon assailed by the the Interceptor-class frigate Poison Moon under Dician's command, which had arrived there at the same time as a team of Jedi and Galactic Alliance operatives who had tracked Rar to that location. While the Twi'lek Dark Jedi used Vectivus' Force phantom technique to combat the Alliance task force, the habitat was infiltrated by shuttled crews from the Poison Moon, who planted fission bombs in various locations as they prepared to destroy the asteroid. The bombs' ensuing detonation resulted in the complete obliteration of Vectivus' former home. Though Dician failed to capture Alema Rar, the Twi'lek was instead killed in combat with Alliance agent Jagged Fel.[6]

Personality and traits

"Never heard of him."
"That's because he did no evil. He didn't attempt to conquer the galaxy, try to wipe out the population of a star system, or start an all-out war with the Jedi. He just existed, learned. Died of old age, surrounded by family and friends."
―Lumiya discusses Darth Vectivus's character with Jacen Solo

The administrator of Jonex Mine Eight Eleven B was a successful business man whose strict moral doctrines saw him rise to a position of power within the galactic mining operation.[1] Skills learned from family, friends, and other acquaintances further assisted him in controlling the lives of tens of thousands of employees. He amassed an excessive fortune[6] and used his resources to construct an opulent estate complete with statues of those who were influential in his life.[1]

The darkness of the mines under his residence influenced the administrator's interest in Sith lore and things of the dark side, eventually compelling him to seek out the Sith. Upon his own ascension to Dark Lord of the Sith, Darth Vectivus retained the principles and ethical standing of his previous existence. With this foundation he avoided the trappings of the Sith who preceded him; he was never motivated by galactic domination or an all-consuming hatred of the Jedi, and he instead chose to live the remainder of his days luxuriously in the company of his loved ones.[2] However, Vectivus was still a ruthless individual, partly connected to his background as a businessman, and was willing to do whatever it took to succeed, a trait he promoted to others as well.[1] Vectivus's Force phantom technique was coveted by the Korriban Sith despite their contempt for him.[6]

Upon revealing himself to Nelani Dinn, Darth Vectivus appeared as a tall, dark-haired man of considerable girth, who was loosely clad in garments that suggested he was as muscular as he was obese. His phantom moved in a graceful manner and spoke in a smooth tone. He repeatedly tested the resolve of Dinn by attempted to force her to strike him down and looked upon her with derision when he finally realized that she lacked necessary ruthlessness to sacrifice an innocent life to save many others. He pitied her weakness and advised her not to meddle in the circumstances of others for her own safety.[1]

Powers and abilities

Vectivus: "Even as I speak, I am unaware of myself. Of thinking, of decision making. Could I, in fact, be nothing?"
Dinn: "No, I can feel you. Gleaming in the Force. Shining with the dark side."
Vectivus: "That's not me. That's whomever I am connected to."
Dinn: "Connected to?"
Vectivus: "Every phantom you see here, every one you encounter, is connected to something that is distinctly real, distinctly alive—though possibly far, far away. Every time you struck a mynock, a living being somewhere suffered the pain and injury you inflicted."
—Darth Vectivus explains the nature of Force phantoms to Nelani Dinn

When he learned of the dark energy that resided in the mines of his asteroid, the administrator of Jonex Mine Eight Eleven B began to experiment with and learn various Force powers. As a Sith Lord, he mastered the ability to create phantoms fueled by the dark side of the Force, to such a degree that he could summon hundreds of them at will. His phantom power became something of legend and was coveted by many.[7] Although the members of the One Sith regarded Vectivus with scorn, they recognized and respected the benefit of his Force phantom technique, so much so that they sought to possess its power source and opted to destroy his habitat rather than allow the possibility the Jedi might learn of its existence.[6] After his death, he achieved the skill to become a Force ghost and retained his powers in said state. As a spirit, Vectivus was able to both change his shape at will and levitate above the ground. He also carried a lightsaber, the silver hilt of which was decorated with polished black stones that were shaped like diamonds.[1]

Behind the scenes

Darth Vectivus was created by Aaron Allston for the first novel of the Legacy of the Force series, Betrayal. He appeared as a spirit to Nelani Dinn and served as a platform for Lumiya to convince Jacen Solo to become Darth Caedus by showing him that not all Sith were necessarily evil. He was also mentioned many times later in the series and was pictured—despite the obstruction of his face—in The Complete Star Wars Encyclopedia.[2] According to Leland Chee's blog, Darth Vectivus's name comes from the word "invective",[8] which has a number of definitions, including vehement or violent denunciation, censure, or reproach; a railing accusation; vituperation, an insulting or abusive word or expression, vituperative; denunciatory, or censoriously abusive.[9]

Several discrepancies concerning Darth Vectivus were uncovered upon the release of The Complete Star Wars Encyclopedia. First, the Encyclopedia states that Vectivus met Jacen Solo and told him that he was something akin to a Force spirit. Solo, however never met Vectivus throughout Legacy of the Force series or at any other time in Star Wars canon. CSWE also states that Lumiya met Vectivus' spirit at The Home millennia after his death,[2] a direct contradiction with the phantom of Vectivus' claim to Nelani Dinn that he died centuries prior to their meeting within the mines under The Home.[1] The final conflict rests with the discovery rests with the discovery of Vectivus' holocron, something the CSWE states to have been found by Aleema Rar on Korriban. In Inferno, the members of the One Sith already possess the holocron, and give it to Rar, instead of the Twi'lek finding it on her own.[3]

Appearances

  • Betrayal (First appearance) (Appears as a ghost or a spirit)
  • Exile (Indirect mention only)
  • Inferno (Mentioned only)
  • Fury (Mentioned only)

Sources

Notes and references

  1. 1.00 1.01 1.02 1.03 1.04 1.05 1.06 1.07 1.08 1.09 1.10 1.11 1.12 1.13 1.14 1.15 1.16 1.17 1.18 1.19 1.20 Betrayal
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4 2.5 2.6 The Complete Star Wars Encyclopedia
  3. 3.0 3.1 3.2 3.3 3.4 Inferno
  4. Exile
  5. 5.0 5.1 5.2 Sacrifice
  6. 6.0 6.1 6.2 6.3 6.4 6.5 6.6 6.7 Fury
  7. In Inferno and Fury, both Alema Rar and the One Sith (respectively) covet Darth Vectivus's Force phantom technique.
  8.  "Darth Names and the Darth Who winner revealed." - "Keeper of the Holocron's Blog", Leland Chee's StarWars.com Blog
  9. Dictionary.com entry for "invective"

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Vectivus Imburiav
Biographical information
Homeworld

Scafa IX

Born

501 BBY

Died

398 BBY

Physical description
Species

Scafan

Gender

Male

Height

1.86 meters

Hair color

black

Eye color

green, later yellow

Chronological and political information
Era(s)

Rise of the Empire era

Affiliation

Sith

Vectivus Imburiav, later called Darth Vectivus was a Sith Lord and a member of the Imburiav Clan. He was rather wealthy as a Sith Lord, and despite his dark-side nature, remained a prominent and wealthy buisnessman.

Biography

Darth Vectivus was born in 501 BBY to unknown parents. His early years were spent doing two things: Sith training with an unknown master, and running his uncle's buisness. Eventually, his master died, and he became the new Dark Lord of the Sith, Darth Vectivus. His buisness was given to a brother, after an offer was given to him by an asteroid mining company.

He became the administrator of a mine on an asteroid near Bimmiel. Millennia ago, the inherent dark side energies of that asteroid had been enhanced by a sub-species of dark-side wielding mynocks. As a Force-sensitive, Vectivus could feel the energy within the asteroid and began to study it, performing experiments, and acquiring new powers. After the dark side energies slowly began to drive his mining crews insane, and the grade of the ore began to decline, Vectivus quietly shut down the mine.

After ensuring that the mine would be quietly forgotten about, and after learning all there was to learn from the place, Vectivus departed from the asteroid. Years later, he returned to the asteroid, for unknown reasons. He built a mansion there, at the heart of the dark side energy, where he lived out the rest of his days surrounded by friends and family, and presumably trained his own apprentice.

Legend of Darth Vectivus

Centuries later, the aspiring Dark Lady of the Sith, Lumiya moved into the remains of the mine above Vectivus's mansion. She used it as a sanctuary, where she studied Vectivus and the history of the Sith and the Force.

In 40 ABY, Lumiya took Jacen Solo to Vectivus's former home to begin his journey to the dark side. What appeared to be a Force-echo of Vectivus, describing itself as "a sliver of a ghost", also interacted with Nelani Dinn. The only information the supposed ghost offered on Vectivus's history was to say that he died "centuries ago", and that Jedi Dinn would not know his birth name.

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Darth Vectivus
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English: Darth Vectivus
Attribute: LIGHT Image:Light.png
Types: Sith/Effect
Level: 5 Image:Star.pngImage:Star.pngImage:Star.pngImage:Star.pngImage:Star.png
ATK/DEF: 1800/2100
Card Lore: Special Summon 1 "Force Phantom Token" to your side of the field after selecting one of your opponent's monsters. If that selected monster is destroyed at any time, destroy the token that was summoned when you selected that monster. The "Force Phantom Token" has all of the stats of a monster of your choosing from the card game.
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