Should a Sith have any morals or ethics at all to live by? Of course, there are certain times and places where a Sith would restrain himself or herself from actions that may be deemed as ‘crossing the line’, but do not underestimate a Sith, because at any moment, a Sith may throw away any and all concepts of morals or ethics if the opportunity at hand presented itself in a way that could allow the Sith to quickly take advantage of a situation and profit greatly from it, even though others may suffer in the process. This is due to the fact that a Sith will always look after number one and take care of themself first.
It is the inherent nature of a Sith to want to benefit or profit from any given situation. Sith seek to advance as quickly as possible, in their social standing in the eyes of others, and also to advance their understanding and power with the Force and other occult knowledge.
In the eyes of a Sith, having strict morals and ethics can make a person weak, and when weakness shows itself, it can be exploited and taken advantage of, therefore a Sith would not lower themselves to a position of weakness. Sith seek the higher ground, not morally of course, but in terms of power and position. The Sith despise weakness.
However, having mentioned all of the above, it is not uncommon for some Sith to allow morals or ethics to guide their actions, to a certain degree of course, and this is acceptable, because it allows the Sith a little more flexibility in their approach towards life.
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May the Force be with you,
Sith Lord Zanetti
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