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Who Is Darth Revan And What Happened To Him?

The rise and fall of Darth Revan as explained previously falls under the “Star Wars” Legends designation, meaning that it and the projects it comes from aren’t canon to the current “Star Wars” timeline. Be that as it may, that’s not to say that Revan himself doesn’t exist within the ever-expanding canon. Thanks to the book “Shadow of the Sith” by Adam Christopher, Revan has been made canon by the Sith Eternal. The army’s 3rd Legion is known as the Revan Legion, and the Sith Cultists within the faction worship him, as well as some of the other most powerful Sith Lords in the “Star Wars” universe.

Sadly, this is all that’s known about Revan in canon up to this point. However, he nearly appeared in one of the most beloved canon productions released to date: “Star Wars: The Clone Wars.” During the now-iconic Mortis arc, which is dedicated to the unspeakably powerful Mortis gods and the very nature of the Force, Revan and Darth Bane — the creator of the Sith Rule of Two, based on Revan’s ideology — were planned to appear. They would’ve specifically popped up in the episode “Ghosts of Mortis,” guiding the Son (Sam Witwer) on his dark side journey. Ultimately, the scene never made it into the final episode, but the unfinished version has since made its way to YouTube.

Considering Darth Revan’s enduring popularity, cool look, and the need for the “Star Wars” franchise to move past the Skywalker saga, one has to imagine that his canon story will be properly fleshed out in due time. It’ll be interesting to see if there’s any overlap between it and its Legends equivalent as well.

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