Act iii love power - Othello Act III Summary and Analysis | GradeSaver

Middle English, from Anglo-French merci , from Medieval Latin merced-, merces , from Latin, price paid, wages, from merc-, merx merchandise

According to Sidious, Plagueis was powerful enough that he could use the Force to influence the midi-chlorians to create life and keep the ones he cared about from dying , a precious knowledge that awarded him the epithet of "The Wise." [3] Plagueis, however, also developed a belief that the Force could "strike back" at him for his power. [4] In truth, he became so powerful that the only thing he still dreaded was losing his power. Ultimately, Plagueis' only fear was bound to come true. At some point Sidious had learned everything he needed from his master. [2] Moreover, he had acquired his own pupil in the Nightsister Mother Talzin 's son, Darth Maul , [3] a young Dathomirian Zabrak whom Sidious had kidnapped from Talzin when he was only a child . [6] As the Rule of Two mandated that only two Sith—a master and an apprentice—could exist at any given time, one of them had to die. [7] Now that he had no further use for a teacher, Sidious disposed of Plagueis, killing him in his sleep . [2] With the death of Plagueis, Sidious not only gained the status of Master, but also acquired 11-4D , the late Sith Lord 's multi- limbed protocol droid assistant . Later, after taking Darth Vader as his apprentice, he reformed the Republic into the Galactic Empire and declared himself Emperor . In the years that followed his rise to Emperor, Sidious came to genuinely, if posthumously, appreciate Plagueis for the planner and prophet he had been. Sometimes, he mused about how his late master would have reacted when confronted with the trivial, day-to-day matters of Imperial politics . [4]

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