>Darth Krayt. To rule through might and fear is the true nature of the Sith. He who stands above all is the one most worthy to rule and control the weak.
Not really, this is something from the Rule of Two. Rule of One was all about ideological indoctrination to serve the Sith through the will of the Dark Lord, it enforced loyalty above all else (to the point of the sith lords gladding accept their deaths or killing themselves it it was the will of Darth Krayt)
>Darth Bane believed in culling, deception and hiding. The path of a coward.
It was the most effective Sith doctrine. Cowardice, courage, it was all stupid notions of morality. What matters is Power. You either have or desire it,
>Darth Sidious was closer to Krayt's ideal but ultimately seemed to unsure of whether he could truly handle the legions of sith for a new era, hence why he only kept around weaker dark side adepts and a crippled apprentice at his side, and Luke's role during Dark Apprentice being no more than a ruse.
Palpatine aim was to abolish the Rule of Two and rule as an immortal dark side fueled emperor
>Krayt held no such fears and would've succeeded as a proper new Sith Emperor if not for the Jedi.
>was humiliated by fucking holocrons
>even when he manage to come back and restore is body he still was so fearful of betrayal that he launched an army of zombie like troops
>tried to cheat death by possessing Cade
In the end there was really one truth: Power. To embody it or to crave it,