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Corran Horn (OWK)

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Name: Corran Horn (as of Obi-Wan Kenobi)
Type: Child
Species: Human
Gender: Male
Born: 18 BBY (982 GC)
Hair Color: Black
Eye Color: Brown
Skin: Light







Special Abilities:
Force Skills: Control 2D, Sense 1D, Alter 1D

Force Powers:

Alter: Telekinesis

Force Sensitive: Y
Force Points: 1
Dark Side Points: 0
Character Points: 1
Move: 6

Equipment: None

Background: Corran Horn was a Force-sensitive human male that lived on the planet Daiyu. Corran and his mother desperately needed to leave Daiyu as Corran’s abilities put him in danger. Corran’s mother contacted a supposed Jedi named Haja Estree and asked him to get them both off Daiyu. Haja, who was actually a con artist, directed them to Gate 3-C at the port so that they could travel to Corellia in exchange for credits as payment. Corran made his way to the planet Jabiim, where he resided along with other members of the Path.

Once the base on Jabiim was attacked by the Galactic Empire, the innocents made a dash to Kawlan Roken’s freight transport, which would take off into space, and be followed by the Devestator. The young Princess Leia Organa would use her toy droid, L0-LA59 (Lola) to entertain Corran as the transport was fired upon. Obi-Wan Kenobi would distract the Devastator and it’s captain by fleeing in an escape pod, and through the real Jedi’s sacrifice the innocents onboard were able to escape.

Corran Horn would grow up to be a gifted starfighter pilot hiding from Imperial agents. He was wanted for some crimes committed shortly before he deserted the Corellian Security Force under mysterious circumstances. Corran’s greatest fear is that Imperial Intelligence agent Kirtan Loor will find and recognize the former CorSec pilot. Oddly enough, Loor used to be an Imperial Intelligence agent liaison with CorSec- few know for certain between Loor and Corran, but it is suspected Loor might have ordered Corran’s death for some knowledge of an Imperial cover-up.

After deserting CorSec, Corran managed to inveigle himself into the Imperial administration on Garqi. The ever-absent Governor Tadrin had his military prefect replaced, and a disguised Corran assumed the place of the prefect’s personal aide, Eamon Yzalli, in the confusion. Corran’s false identity was further reinforced by seemingly legitimate datawork forged by his friend and former supervisor, Gil Bastra. It was the perfect way for Corran to lie low in a galactic backwater while keeping track of local Imperial activity. It also allowed him to subtilely manipulate newly appointed Prefect Mosh Barris into softening his strategies for controlling the local populace.

All this time Corran had his X-wing fighter hidden away in an abandoned vehicle shed on the remote outskirts of Pesktda, Garqi’s capital city and starport. Being a pilot in love with speed and his starship, however, Corran could not resist sneaking away from the prefect’s offices and flying his X-wing. His night flights baffled the prefect (who assumed it was some renegade Rebel come to stir things up on Garqi) and kindled a spirit of hope and rebellion in the more liberal-minded students at Garqi Agricultural University. But a flight mishap grounded Corran’s X-wing- Corran’s faithful R2 unit, Whistler, began repairs, and finally got essential replacement parts through Corran’s grand deception of Prefect Barris.
After leaving Garqi, Corran thought he’d continue moving from one system to another, hiding from his nemesis Kirtan Loor and keeping his head down. But his love of starfighters won out, and he took an opportunity to join the New Republic- and test his skill for a chance at joining Rogue Squadron.

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