Name: Halle Burtoni
Hair Color: None
Eye Color: Lavender
Height: 2.13 meters
Alien Species: 4D
Planetary Systems: 4D
Space Transports: 4D
Computer Programming/Repair: 4D
Physiologists: Expert cloners with remarkable medical knowledge. At character creation they get 2D for every 1D placed in first aid, medicine and related skills.
Resistant: Genetic improvements make them resistant to poisons, disease, radiation and other hazards that target their physiology. They gain a +1D bonus to stamina to resist such threats
Force Sensitive: N
Force Points: 1
Dark Side Points: 2
Character Points: 12
Equipment: Holdout Blaster Pistol (3D+1), Datapad, Comlink, Expensive Robes and Wardrobe
Background: A female Kaminoan, standing at a tall and slender 2.13 meters. She had lavender eyes and white skin. Her regalia included a headband that included jewelry that draped down both sides of her head.
Politically, Burtoni was strong-minded and resolute in her opinions, and her savvy politics and powerful connections earned her the respect amongst her Senatorial colleagues and the people of Kamino. As the Senator from Kamino, Burtoni argued strongly in favor of increased clone trooper production and the continuation of the Clone Wars, as it was an important source of income and power for Kamino. Her desire to see the war continue led her to ally herself with other like-minded Senators, such as Senator Mee Deechi of Umbara. Claiming to be patriotic to the Republic, Burtoni was a steady supporter of Palpatine, and would question or threaten those who did not support the war.
Though her top political priority was the economic benefit of Kamino, Burtoni possessed a strong loyalty to the Republic, putting her at odds with Senators who favored an end to hostilities with the Separatist Alliance. This was to the point that she suggested treachery amongst the Loyalist Committee. One such Senator was Padmé Amidala, with whom she had frequent philosophical disagreements over warfare versus diplomacy. Burtoni saw other Loyalist Senators, such as Onaconda Farr, as beneath her attention, though she did see the calls for diplomacy as a means of increasing her fundraising efforts amongst her supporters. Burtoni’s aggressive and intrusive personality and tactics led some of her colleagues to suspect that she was involved in illegal and unethical political actions, including the assassination of Onaconda Farr.