Sandrius Siaden (AKA Darth Sandrius), has no set appearance. Because of his species, he can take the form of animals, plants, men, women, genders of many species. However, he does like a basic form. It is of a muscular humanoid, longer black hair, and his sith mark made to look like a tattoo.
Sandrius Siaden is a charming, nice person. He is compassionate, and cares for his fellow being. He is engaged to Adel Siaden, a jedi padawan. However, deep inside him lurks an evil presence. A dark evil that is trapped by his conscious. However, even though the dark presence is normally kept inside him, there are lapses when it takes over. At that point, it matters not who you are, what matters is that you are living, and that must be changed.
The sith, Darth Sandrius, focuses on melee attacks. However, he has become quite adept at using the force both throughout his own body, and on objects that are not a part of him. He can use telepathy, and has a basic grasp of alchemy. He is also being taught healing by the jedi.
Sandrius has a wide variety of melee weapons. Those range from staffs to swords to axes. He has two lightsabers. One lightsaber, a red one, was taken from the holdings of the sith from the old faction Sine Occasu. The other lightsaber, a blue one, was taken from a jedi knight that was killed at the hands of Darth Sandrius.
Before the sithEdit
Before joining the sith, Sandrius was frozen in ice for a few thousand years. When he was thawed, he killed those that dared to say that he become their slave, for they had freed him. In his entombment, his brain was damaged, and another side of him was created.
As an apprenticeEdit
When Sandrius had first approached a sith, he had angered the sith. Skiazo had come and saved him from the punishment that the other sith would have given him. Skiazo had then taken him to the ship The Leviathan, and taught him to use the force. Skiazo had been kind, while at the same time, hard. Sandrius came to respect him, and think of him as one of the greatest sith of the order.
A deeper descent into darknessEdit
"Active evil is better than passive good."