Firefly PotR: Kiko

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Kiko :: Human Resources[edit]

"A clear willingness to shoot someone is a valid negotiating tactic."[edit]



|| Physical d8 || Mental d8 || Social d8 ||

Trained Skills [d6 - d12][edit]

Fight [d8]

Influence [d10]

Move [d6]

Notice [d10]

Perform [d6]

Shoot [d12]

Sneak [d6]

Trick [d10]

Untrained Skills [d4][edit]

Craft, Drive, Fix, Fly, Focus, Know, Labor, Operate, Survive, Treat


War Scion: [d8] After your parents died, you were raised by a never ending caravan of well meaning but disreputable soldier types.

  • Step Back: Roll d4 instead of d8 for 1 PP
  • Duìzhǎng: You hold the honorary rank of "Captain" in browncoat hearts throughout the verse because of who your folks were. - Spend 1 PP to create a [d8] Asset to represent a specialist you can call on.
  • Heroes' Daughter: You reflect your parents' fame. - Spend 1 PP to double your Social when dealing with anyone who served on your folks' side.

[Highlighted Skills: Fight/Influence/Shoot]

Hustler: [d8] You know your way around a pool hall, and you know your way around a good con.

  • Step Back: Roll d4 instead of d8 for 1 PP
  • Eyes in Back: Your eyes are always moving. - When you need to get into or out of a situation quick or quiet, spend 1 PP to roll your Notice die and add it to your total on any Move or Sneak roll.
  • Shell Game: You have mastered the art of misdirection. - Step up or double Trick for an action. Both 1s and 2s count as jinxes.

[Highlighted Skills: Perform/Notice/Trick]

Slip of a Girl [d8] How much trouble could you possibly be?

  • Step Back: Roll d4 instead of d8 for 1 PP
  • Squeeze Through: Being little has its advantages. Spend 1 PP to squeeze through bars or a portal that are normally too small for a person.
  • Living Mannequin: Trick to disappearin is to make sure folk don't see what they're looking to see. When you disguise yourself for a job, spend 1 PP to create a Cunning Disguise [d8] Asset.

[Highlighted Skills: Move/Shoot/Sneak]

Signature Assets[edit]

Papa's Pistol [d8] Independence issued officer's sidearm, this gun ain't particular pretty, but it's a workhorse and it shoots straight.

Mama's Little Helpers [d8] You always have an assortment of recreational, designer, and medicinal drugs somewhere on your person.

Tungsten-Titanium Pool Cue [d6] This simple yet functional cue looks like it has seen better days, but for all the scuffs and scratches, it is perfectly balanced to your hand.

Scene/Episode Assets[edit]

Episode Points [0][edit]

Character Bio[edit]

Birthplace: Beaumonde || Allegiance: Independent

Height: 170 centimeters (5' 7") || Weight: 54 kilos (120 lbs) || Age: 19 standard years

Tattoos: Kiko has simple independent insignia in browncoat-brown tattooed on her cheeks - Captain's bars under her right eye in honor of her fallen father and a Lieutenant's bar under her left eye in honor of her fallen mother.

Parents [deceased]: Mother - Lieutenant Han Katherine; Father - Captain Han Kenji

Kiko lost both her parents in the war and has been on her own ever since.

Sort of.


Not ever, really.

Her father was a captain in the browncoat militia, and her mother was independent intelligence, and though they both managed to get themselves killed, they made an impression on a lot of soldiers before they did.

Those soldiers have been dropping in on Kiko in groups and pairs and individually since the end of the war, making sure she has what she needs. Making sure she learns the important things. Like when to fold, when to double down, how to drink without puking, how to puke on cue, and how to shoot.

She really, really excels at shooting.

She has enjoyed their sporadic presence in her life, her band of helpful misfits. They've shown her that her parents mattered - that they made a difference in a lot of lives - and she's picked up a useful skill or three through association along the way.

Not being the overly ambitious type, Kiko mostly makes her way in the verse hustling pool. Those who know her, call her 'Stick,' not so much for her skill at billiards as her willingness to introduce a head to the end of her cue for coming at her wrong. It's her life. She enjoys it.

Sort of.


When things go smooth.

But it's been a long gorramn while since things went smooth.

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