Type: Superior Force Being
Species: Force Wielder
Died: 20 BBY (980 GC)
Hair Color: Green
Eye Color: Green
Height: 2.13m (2.58m Griffin Form)
Brawling Parry: 8D
Melee Combat: 6D+2
Melee Parry: 6D
Alien Species: 6D
Planetary Systems: 6D
Scholar: Jedi Lore 8D
Scholar: Sith Lore 7D
Computer Programming/Repair: 3D
Force Skills: Control 18D+2, Sense 18D+2, Alter 18D
Force Powers: Force Wielders can use every known Force Power
Long Lifespan: Force Wielders have extremely long lifespans of tens of thousands of years and are immortal as long as one of their parents still live.
Flying: Force Wielders have 11 foot wingspans giving them the ability to fly.
Shapeshifting: Force Wielders have the ability to change their shape to any mortal creature.
Force-Sensitive: Force Wielders are born into the Force and are able to weld all Force Powers by they time they are one hundred.
Force Sensitive: Y
Force Points: 18
Dark Side Points: 0
Character Points: 36
Move: 12 (18 Flying)
Background: The Daughter was a female Force wielder native to the ethereal world of Mortis. Like her family, the Father and the Son, the Daughter was a being who possessed a unique connection to the Force. As the counterpart of her brother, who embodied the dark side of the Force, the Daughter was a paradigm of the light side while their patriarch maintained and channeled the balance between them. With their Father’s days numbered, the Force wielders lured the Chosen One, Jedi Knight Anakin Skywalker to Mortis in order to test his potential. It was the Father’s hope that Skywalker would take his place on Mortis; although the Daughter remained obedient to the will of her Father, the Son plotted to escape into the galaxy with Skywalker’s help.
The siblings confronted each other in the Son’s cathedral until the Father intervened, only to be overpowered by his Son who grew stronger with the dark side as a result of the Clone Wars. Ultimately, the Daughter sacrificed her life in order to protect their Father from the Son, who tried to kill him using the Dagger of Mortis. Though mortally wounded, the Daughter used the last of her powers to help Skywalker save his Padawan, Ahsoka Tano. Afterward, she was buried with the Dagger that ended her life. Prior to his own death, the Son visited his late sister’s tomb to retrieve the weapon.