Type: Shipping Importer
Hair Color: Brown
Eye Color: Blue
Alien Species: 3D+2
Bureaucracy: Import & Customs 5D
Business: Shipping 5D
Law Enforcement: Customs 5D
Planetary Systems: 4D
Repulsorlift Operation: 3D
Droid Programming / Repair: 3D
Equipment Repair: 3D
Resistant to Force Use: Mandalorians and Mandalorian Foundlings are immune to some of the effects of the Force, and their minds cannot be read using the force, or modified using the force. However precognition abilities such as Light Saber Combat work perfectly well.
Inability to use the Force: The Mandalorians have a genetic defect inherited from their ancestors and compounded by the small genepool that they have grown from. They cannot use the force. Not only does this mean that they cannot become Jedi, they cannot earn or spend Force Points (they will always have only one Force Point).
Genetically Superior: Due to the harsh circumstances the Mandalorian people grew from, they are a much hardier people than most species in the galaxy. While the Mandalorians like to see this as Genetic Superiority, it is perhaps more linked to their inability to use the force, so they have had to rely on themselves more. This “superiority” gives them a bonus 6 Attribute Dice when starting play, this is already incorporated in the attribute dice figure above.
Force Sensitive: Y/N
Force Points: 1
Dark Side Points: 0
Character Points: 8
Equipment: Datapad, comlink, Hold-out Blaster (3D)
Background: Siddiq was a male Human who worked as an importer at a shipping company in the New Mandalorians’ capital city of Sundari on the planet Mandalore.
Siddiq worked at a shipping company. The man got involved with a Moogan smuggling ring that delivered supplies to Mandalore during the Clone Wars. As part of the operations, he bribed a Mandalorian school superintendent to import Ardees Beverage tea.
He freely admitted to the connection when caught by a task force led by Satine Kryze and Padmé Amidala, claiming his corporate connections gave him immunity from prosecution, and supplied them with information about the smuggler’s timetables and port of call.