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The Non-Canon Expert takes a moment to describe how Yoda knew about the “Rule of Two” in The Phantom Menace even though the Rule of Two had been established by Darth Bane in secret and hidden from both the Jedi and the galaxy roughly 1,000
The Non-Canon Expert describes four Sith Lords who were part of the Order of the Sith Lords, but who came to disagree with and reject Darth Bane’s tenants established with his Rule of Two.
The Non-Canon Expert answers the question of whether Palpatine’s face became deformed and disfigured as a result of his duel with Jedi Master Mace Windu, or whether it’s true nature and form was merely revealed.
The Non-Canon Expert explains why Dooku didn’t tell Anakin Skywalker that Palpatine was Darth Sidious moments before his death during the Battle of Coruscant.
The Non-Canon Expert explains how Darth Sidious was able to deceive and betray his apprentice Dooku during the Battle of Coruscant and describes what Dooku thought would occur both during and after the battle.
The Non-Canon Expert describes why Jedi Master Mace Windu did not defeat Palpatine in Revenge of the Sith and explains the greater underlying events for why the duel happened the way it did.
The Non-Canon Expert explains how Dooku and the Separatists significantly tried to recruit Tarkin and his homeworld of Eriadu, who was then the planet’s Governor, into the Confederacy of Independent Systems and discusses the perfectly valid economic and military reasons why it would make sense