Name: “Slick”
Type: Clone Sergeant
Species: Human (Clone)
Homeworld: Kamino
Gender: Male
Born: 32 BBY (968 GC)
Hair Color: Black
Eye Color: Brown
Height: 1.83m
Weight: 78 kg
Skin: Tan

Blaster: 6D+2
Brawling Parry: 6D
Dodge: 5D+2
Grenade: 5D
Melee Combat: 6D+2
Melee Parry: 5D+1
Missile Weapon: 4D

Alien Species: 3D
Bureaucracy: 3D
Law Enforcement: 3D+2
Streetwise: 5D
Survival: 3D+1
Tactics: 3D+2
Value: 4D

Repulsorlift Operation: 3D+2

Command: 4D+1
Hide: 3D
Investigation: 3D+1
Search: 4D+1
Sneak: 3D+2

Brawling: 5D+2
Climbing/Jumping: 3D+2
Stamina: 4D+1

Armor Repair: 3D
Blaster Repair: 3D+2
Demolitions: 5D+2

Special Abilities:
Military Training: All Clones go through intensive military training throughout their formative years.

Questionable Obedience: Slick on occasion operated outside the normal chains of command and will question the orders of their superiors and the purpose of a mission.

Force Sensitive: N
Force Points: 1
Dark Side Points: 0
Character Points: 18
Move: 10

Equipment: DC-17 blaster pistol (3D+2), DC-15S blaster rifle (5D), clone trooper armor (+2D Physical, +1D Energy, -1D Dexterity, -1 Move)

Background: “Slick” was the nickname of a Clone Sergeant who served in the Grand Army of the Republic during the Clone Wars. Early in the war, he came to believe that the Jedi Order, which commanded the clone army, was incompetent and using him and his fellow clone troopers as slaves in their war against the Confederacy of Independent Systems. He secretly turned against the interests of the Republic and began to pass information to Asajj Ventress, a Sith acolyte of the Separatist leader Count Dooku. She offered the clone money, but what Slick truly wished for was freedom.

Slick’s hair was the generic black color of the clone troopers; he shaved it off to a fade halfway up the sides of his head in a crewcut style. He also dyed his eyebrows a dark red. He stood 1.83 meters tall and had brown eyes and tan skin.

As his nickname suggested, Slick was both resourceful and discreet, taking advantage of Chopper’s visibly discreditable position during interrogations. He was also able to hide his true intentions from the Jedi and his fellow clones for a time, but although he was determined to outfox Rex and Cody, he was ultimately unable to do so when his true allegiances were revealed. Slick knew that after he was revealed to be the traitor, Rex and Cody would deduce that he would try to escape and search the gunship landing platform. He used this to his advantage, planting explosives to delay the clones and sabotage the Republic’s weapon supplies. Slick did not escape when Rex and Cody believed he would; rather, he attempted to flee after he realized that he had been outsmarted when the pair were able to bait him out of the command center’s vents.

Slick professed love for his clone brothers, but possessed a hatred for the Jedi. He believed that the clone troopers were no more than cannon fodder for the Jedi, and because of this, he believed that fighting for the Republic was dishonorable. However, while Slick acted for his clone brothers, he put forth his own pursuits of greater deeds, unaware of the danger that he imposed on his fellow clone troopers. He became a threat to his brothers in selling information to Ventress as well as sabotaging the Republic’s supplies; both actions decreased the Republic’s chance of defeating the Confederacy and increased the chances of greater losses. Despite this, Slick believed that he was doing the right thing for all clones and that it was worth the sacrifice.

While Slick himself devised a plan to outmatch Rex and Cody that nearly succeeded, the two clones were able to outsmart Slick by baiting him out of the vents. Slick was capable in close combat, as evidenced by his brawl with the duo, and as both he and Cody were veteran troopers, they were evenly matched in fighting skills. The sergeant’s ruthlessness was portrayed through his violent actions, as he did not hesitate to dislocate Rex’s leg.

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