Type: Mon Calamari Prince
Species: Mon Calamari
Homeworld: Mon Cala
Died: 1 ABY (1001 GC)
Hair Color: None
Eye Color: Blue
Height: 1.7 meters
Alien species: 5D+1
Planetary Systems: 5D
Capital Ship Piloting: 4D+1
Repulsorlift Operation: 5D
Computer Programming/Repair: 4D+2
Moist Environment: When in moist environments, Mon Calamari receives a + 1D bonus to all Dexterity, Perception, and Strength attributes and skill checks.
Dry Environments: When in arid environments, Mon Calamari appear depressed and withdrawn. They suffer a -1D penalty to all Dexterity, Perception, and Strength attributes and skill checks.
Aquatic: Mon Calamari can breathe air and water and withstand extreme pressures in ocean depths.
Force Sensitive: N
Force Points: 2
Dark Side Points: 0
Character Points: 10
Equipment: Dress Uniform, Comlink, Holdout Blaster (3D)
Background: Lee-Char was a male Mon Calamari who served as the leader of Mon Cala during the Clone Wars. He was set to take the throne from his father, King Yos Kolina, but his father’s assassination led to a civil war on the planet. In the final battle of the war, he personally killed Riff Tamson, the Separatist ambassador responsible for his father’s assassination. At the end of the war, Lee-Char was crowned as the 83rd King of Mon Cala by the Quarren chieftain Nossor Ri.
After the Clone Wars ended, Lee-Char continued to rule Mon Cala as the world witnessed the transition of the Galactic Republic into an Empire. Even as his health deteriorated, he remained opposed to the Empire’s tyrannical regime and would eventually, with the help of Rebel Alliance leader Princess Leia Organa, recorded a message speaking out against the Empire. Although he was killed shortly afterwards by Imperial forces, his powerful words prompted a mutiny that saw the might of the Mon Cala Mercantile Fleet become a valuable asset to the Rebel cause.
Despite being an ally of the Republic, Lee-Char was primarily focused on the governing of Mon Cala. As the battle for Mon Cala began, Lee-Char was hesitant and scared of the consequences of the fighting. After he witnessed his people being rounded up, Lee-Char admitted to his only remaining companion, Ahsoka Tano, that he was not experienced or skilled enough to lead his people. However, after some encouragement from Tano, Lee-Char regained his composure and vowed to do everything he could to liberate his people. Lee-Char would sneak into a prison camp and inspire the prisoners to continue the fight, rallying his people to defeat the Separatists. His leadership impressed Nossor Ri, who eventually accepted his rule.
Despite lacking confidence in himself at the beginning of the battle, Lee-Char grew more comfortable in his leadership role and by the battle’s end, was a capable warrior and strong leader for his people.