During their rise to power, the future Nox developed a bitter rivalry with Darth Thanaton, a powerful Dark Lord of the Sith and a member of the Empire's Dark Council.
The antagonism between the two Sith was brought to an end when the Inquisitor defeated Thanaton on the very floor of the Council chamber, occupying his seat on the Dark Council, as the Dark Councilor heading the Sphere of Ancient Knowledge. Return to Harkun and nurture your hatred for him, and use your fear of him to grow stronger.
* I don't have a streaming settop box connected - I get by on my bluray tv/movie collection and Freeview HD TV * I have a 2 Tb USB external drive plugged in back to record tv shows onto * I have never experienced 3D on a home set before and am finding it pretty spectacular * I would prefer it had a twin tuner so I can record programs I am not watching * I would prefer if ITV and Channel 4 were represented in the built in catch up TV apps.
Currently just 5 and BBC iplayer I have always impressed with LG TVs, with other tvs in the house being older lcd(led) ones.
Upon arrival at the Academy on Korriban, the newly-dubbed Acolyte was assigned to Overseer Harkun, who was instructing other non-Imperial Sith, whom he held in contempt, especially former slaves.
* Fan of LG's Web OS interface, and the magic remote cursor you can wave around the screen menus with.
It's an interface you can intuitively work out as you go without need for looking at user manual.
At least, that’s what it kind of felt like trying out the new app/service called Blindfold, which bills itself as the “Siri for sex,” a vast mischaracterization — for one, it’s closer to a podcast, but more on that later.
Launched in February, Blindfold is a monthly subscription that sends a new “episode” every month to your phone.