- "You're no threat, you're no threat at all. Puny Jedi, you are a disgusting pimple on the arse of the Force, that's how ugly and weak you are. In fact, I don't know why I'm even bothering to duel you, you are so pathetic. You should just kill yourself now and save me the trouble..."
- ―A Sith Lord attempts Dun Möch
Dun Möch was the Sith-inspired art of emasculating one's enemies without, prior to, or during the inflicting of lightsaber violence. This usually involved long, boring rants in regards to the ability of one's opponent (or lack thereof), coupled with thinly-veiled contempt of the opposing philosophy, though not necessarily in that order.
Excessive users of Dun Möch included Darth Malak, <insert name here>, Palpatine and Darth Krayt. As a redeemed Jedi Knight, Revan came up with a counter to the practice, which he outlined in his holocron. In a rare case of Light Side Dun Möch, the Jedi Exile used the technique to great effect against Darth Sion.