Well, yes and no. Grevous is a cyborg, and has very little control of
the Force. So he's not a true Sith in that sense of the word. However,
he is able to use light sabers with a stunning degree of accuracy and
has held his own against full blown Jedi Knights like Obi-Wan, Mace
Windu, and Anakin on the cartoons and in the books. So he sort of
qualifies even though he doesn't use the Force.
Asaaj Ventris on the other hand is a true Sith. I think she's
classified as a Sith Assassin, but is Count Dooku's apprentice. She is
a master of duel saber combat, and also has held her own against many
Jedi Masters. She even gave Yoda a good battle a time or two. So
Ventris definitely isn't anyone to take llightly.
On 5/7/11, Clement Chou <chou.clem...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi Tom,
> Quite a list of Sith there.. I didn't realize there were that many
> running around that time. And everyone thought they were extinct.
> lol. I have a question though... would you consider Grevous a sith?
> Since you listed him along with Dooku, Ventris and the rest, I'm
> guessing he qualifies. lol.
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