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Name: Aramis
Type: Pilot
Species: Mandalorian
Homeworld: Mandalore
Gender: Male
Died: 21 BBY (979 GC)
Hair Color: Brown
Eye Color: Blue
Skin: Light

Blaster: 4D
Brawling Parry: 3D+2
Dodge: 5D
Melee Combat: 4D
Melee Parry: 4D+2

Survival: 3D

Astrogation: 4D
Repulsorlift Operation: 4D
Space Transports: 4D+1
Starfighter Piloting: 4D+1
Starship Gunnery: 4D
Starship Shields: 4D

Search: 3D+2

Brawling: 4D+2


Special Abilities:
Resistant to Force Use: Mandalorians and Mandalorian Foundlings are immune to some of the effects of the Force, and their minds cannot be read using the force, or modified using the force. However precognition abilities such as Light Saber Combat work perfectly well.
Inability to use the Force: The Mandalorians have a genetic defect inherited from their ancestors and compounded by the small genepool that they have grown from. They cannot use the force. Not only does this mean that they cannot become Jedi, they cannot earn or spend Force Points (they will always have only one Force Point).
Genetically Superior: Due to the harsh circumstances the Mandalorian people grew from, they are a much hardier people than most species in the galaxy. While the Mandalorians like to see this as Genetic Superiority, it is perhaps more linked to their inability to use the force, so they have had to rely on themselves more.

Force Sensitive: N
Force Points: 1
Dark Side Points: 0
Character Points: 6
Move: 10

Equipment: Blaster Pistol (3D+2), Mandalorian helmet and armor (+1D vs damage)

Background: Aramis was a human male who served Duchess Satine Kryze and was killed in a plot to assassinate Satine Kryze when his speeder’s controls were compromised.

In 21 BBY, Aramis was assigned to transport Duchess Satine Kryze and three of her guards from Coruscant. They had just departed a Galactic Senate meeting convened to discuss whether the Republic should invade Mandalore to deal with the group known as Death Watch, which had been terrorizing Mandalore. Death Watch sabotaged the transport’s controllers when it was high above the ground. Kryze asked what was happening, and Aramis said it was the navigation computer. Realizing that all hope of transporting Kryze where she wanted to go was lost, Aramis told her he’d try to get near a landing platform. As soon as he got near the landing platform, he ordered Kryze’s guards to jump. Aramis stayed on the transport, which lost control entirely and crashed into a building, killing him.

Kryze informed the Republic of the incident. The Republic decided not to pursue charges related to Aramis’s death, since they thought it was only an accident. When she informed them of the timing, directly after the Senate meeting, the Republic agreed that they must invade Mandalore. Later, after seeing a hologram of Deputy Minister Jerec, the Republic changed their minds.

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PT White

I've been involved in creating content for Star Wars The Role Playing Game since 1992 and consider myself a Star Wars Super Fan and knowledge bank for the Star Wars Universe.

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