Name: Cassilyda Cryar
Species: Terrelian Jango Jumper
Hair Color: Red
Eye Color: Red
Height: 1.82 meters
Skin:White / Blue
Brawling Parry: 4D+2
Melee Combat: 5D+1
Melee Parry: 5D+1
Pick Pocket: 4D
Alien Species: 4D
Business: Underworld 5D
Repulsorlift Operation: 3D+2
Swoop Operation: 3D
Computer Programming/Repair: 4D
Athletic: +2D modifer to running and stamina skill rolls. Leaper: Terrelian Jango Jumper are amongst the galaxies best jumpers (+3D modifer to jumping skill rolls). The character uses their normal climbing/jumping skill to perform the jump, but uses the special table below to determine difculties. At the gamemaster’s discretion, a failed climbing/jumping roll might mean the Terrelian Jango Jumper fails to achieve the desired height or distance, fails to properly cushion his landing and suﬀers normal falling damage, or both.
|Height Jumped||Jumping Difficulty|
Game Note: Add +5 to the difficulty for every additional 5 meters. If the character is simply jumping downwards, with no upwards movement, reduce jumping difficulty by one level. Add +1 to the difficulty per meter of horizontal distance jumped.
Force Sensitive: N
Force Points: 2
Dark Side Points: 2
Character Points: 12
Equipment: Street Cloths, lockpicking tools
Background: Cassilyda “Cassie” Cryar, a female Terrelian Jango Jumper from Terrelia, operated as a thief in the underworld on the planet Coruscant during the Clone Wars. She was hired as an assistant and bodyguard by Nack Movers, a Trandoshan hitman whom the Coruscant Security Force had tried and failed to bring to justice for his string of murders using Sennari poison. He lived in an apartment with his girlfriend, a Salenga criminal named Ione Marcy. Despite Movers’ paranoia, he failed to notice Marcy and Cryar grow close to each other and become partners. Ignoring Marcy’s entreaties to him, the lecherous Movers propositioned Cryar. The two women subsequently plotted to kill him.
Sometime after Movers had acquired Jedi Padawan Ahsoka Tano’ stolen lightsaber, his drink was poisoned by Cryar and Marcy using the same poison he used on his targets. As he convulsed and died, his claws raked across a painting of the three beings together. While Cryar and Marcy were still in Movers’ apartment after ransacking it, they were discovered by Tano and Jedi Master Tera Sinube, who had questioned the thief Bannamu after he had stolen and sold Tano’s lightsaber. Using her natural agility, Cryar escaped the apartment with the lightsaber, but she was pursued across the skyline by Tano. Marcy was able to escape the apartment as well when the police arrived, and take her speeder to reunite with Cryar. They fled to a train station, and Cryar took hostages as Tano pursued her across a hovertrain. After the train stopped, Cryar attempted to use Tano’s lightsaber, but the weapon was easily disarmed by Sinube. The couple was captured by the Jedi and placed under arrest by the GU-series Guardian police droids.
Cassie Cryar’s heritage as a Terrelian Jango Jumper afforded her impressive physical abilities that made her a tireless sprinter and exceptionally agile. She was capable of leaping vast distances comparable to a Jedi’s Force-amplified jumps, despite not being Force-sensitive. In fact, Cryar believed (somewhat arrogantly) that with her racial abilities, coupled with her use of Ahsoka Tano’s stolen lightsaber, she was just as strong as any Jedi. As a Terrelian, Cryar was blue-skinned and long-limbed, and her hands were capable of a strong grip. She chose to hide her face behind a mask made of white bone, segmented at the mouth, and tied her red hair atop her head in a topknot. Cryar was bold, unafraid of falling from the great heights of Coruscant’s rooftops that others would consider dizzying, but was also prone to acting without thinking, evident when she threatened Ahsoka Tano with the Padawan’s lightsaber without any training in how to operate it, or even the knowledge of how to turn the weapon on; she also had a tendency to swing the stolen lightsaber carelessly at surrounding objects and people, apparently without realizing the damage she could do to herself and others. Cryar also took a pair of hostages aboard a moving hover train when confronted by Tano, desperate and with nowhere else to run. She maintained a friendship with a fellow female resident of Coruscant’s underworld named Ione Marcy, but abandoned her when faced with the threat of arrest.