Star Wars Test
Personality: Curious, Reserved, Cunning.
- Scheme: Immortality – Steal a planar creature’s essence
- Method: Lying or perjury
- Weakness: —
- High Ability: Dexterity—lithe, agile, graceful
- Low Ability: Intelligence—dim-witted, slow
- Talent: Great with animals
- Mannerism: Prone to singing, whistling, and hmming quietly
- Interaction Trait: Irritable
- Ideal: Self-sacrifice
- Bonds: (1) Captivated by a romantic interest, (2) Protective of colleagues or compatriots
- Flaw or Secret: Has a powerful enemy
Vendri has long enjoyed traveling to unspoiled and verdant worlds, where he can explore the natural beauty to his heart’s content. For years, Vendri made his living as a wildlife and landscape holographer, taking 2-, 3-, and 4-dimensional images of exotic locales and animals. In that time, he became extremely adept at passing unseen to line up the perfect shot.
Over the last few years, as the Empire has consolidated its power, Vendri’s life has become more complicated. His homeworld has been reassigned to a new sector with a new, human governor. His main business, traveling across the galaxy, now requires more paperwork and inspections than ever before, and more than once, his cargo of biological specimens has been either seized with no explanation or completely spoiled during “customs inspections” by Imperial officials. Vendri himself is routinely selected by human officers for “random inspections,” and he has been arrested three times on trumped up charges [until he could pay the proper bribe).
The whole situation, Vendri concluded, had become completely intolerable. The Empire was human-controlled and routinely exploiting and harassing non-humans like him. So when he was contacted by a mysterious figure identifying herself only as “Mother,” Vendri was only too happy to help the Rebel Alliance. His duties started small, gathering intelligence and acting as courier (although his non-human status complicated the latter role; Vendri was forced to commit messages to memory). Eventually, Vendri reported for advanced training on a small, forested moon called Yavin 4, where he finally
met “Mother” face-to-face and discovered that she was a Duros, like him. During his training, Vendri’s new superiors discovered that his career as
a wildlife holographer had made him quite handy in rough country, and so they attached him to Alliance Special Operations Command. Vendri’s duties now consist primarily of reconnaissance of lightly populated worlds, often in advance of or in conjunction with a Special Operations team.