Name: Aing-Tii
Homeworld: Kathol Outback

Attribute Dice: 12D

Special Abilities:
Armor: The thick plates of armor affor an Aing-Tee +2 against physical attacks.

Tail Slap: The mighty tail of a Aing-Tii can deliver a powerful blow (STR+2D), though they may only use this attack every other turn.

Hyperspacial Perception: Aing-Tii have special talents which allow them to navigate a ship. They receive an additional +1D to any astrogation rolls in the Marcol Void and Kathol Outback, and an additional +2D to astrogation rolls in the Kathol Rift.

Mute: Aing-Tii do not speak, but communicate by flickering, touching, and tasting one another’s long, thin tongues.

Story Factors:
Secretive Monks: Aing-Tee are extremely secretive, and the only example of the species that is remotely known to the outside galaxy are the wandering Force-sensitive Aing-Tee Monks.

Move: 8/10
Size: 2 meters tall on average

Background: The Aing-Tii were a secretive species of alien monks who hailed from a world within the Kathol Rift and resided near that area of space. Many members of the species were Force-sensitive; these were the only Aing-Tii who ever left their planet, traveling about the Rift in large, organic starships and using advanced weaponry to destroy those who opposed them. The Aing-Tii were very reclusive; they often used violence to dissuade outsiders from probing too far into their business, although a report based on a crashed Aing-Tii ship provided the galaxy with some details on their culture. Their belief system held that all events were not necessarily predetermined, but rather “guided.” Unlike the Jedi or Sith, the Aing-Tii held that the Force had neither a light nor a dark side, but was full of many colors, like a rainbow.

The Aing-Tii monks only ever left their territories to attack slavers; they believed slavery to be a great evil and were relentless in their persecution of those who thrived from it. The Jedi Order learned of the Aing-Tii at some point, and several years before the Battle of Yavin, the Jedi Master Yoda sent a smuggler named Jorj Car’das to visit the monks so that he could be healed. Car’das spent many years with the Aing-Tii, and his reports on them eventually found their way into the archives of the New Jedi Order. Jacen Solo spent several years learning from the Aing-Tii after the Yuuzhan Vong War; his and Car’das’s reports were compiled by Tionne Solusar and printed sometime after 130 ABY, though Solo kept much of what he had learned about the monks a secret. However, when Jedi Luke Skywalker and his son Ben visited the Aing-Tii in 43 ABY, they discovered many details about what Solo had learned and how it had caused his fall to the dark side.

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