The student teaches his instructor who teaches his student.
I always lie.
This statement is false.
To be powerful. One must have an army - to have an army, one must be powerful.
Is "no" the answer to the question?
Passion - Strength - Power - Victory.
Strength - Passion - Victory - Power.
Victory - Power - Strength - Passion.
Power - Victory - Passion - Strength.
Power - Strength - Victory - Passion.
Strength - Passion - Power - Victory.
I kill him in secret and put the blame on someone else.
I do nothing. He's a fine leader, you said. He's good for the Sith.
I use the opportunity to kill him and take his position.
I accept the reward and assist them.
I take the reward and leave the weak fools to their fate.
I ignore them completely.
I keep it to myself.
I share it.
Give him another chance.
I pass on my knowledge.
I strike at my enemies.
True Sith never die!
I trust my companion. I would say nothing and neither would he/she.
I am unsure what my companion would say. I would accuse him to be safe.
I evacuate my people from the city.
I subtly reinforce the city while preparing to attack.
I prepare my forces to attack in ten days. I do nothing in the city.
I do nothing so I can attack their weak spot later and save more lives.
I stop the attack. I will appear to be a hero.
I let the attack happen.