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===Aspects===
 
===Aspects===
'''High Concept:''' ''Exiled Duelist''<br>
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'''High Concept:''' ''Force-Sensitive Exiled Duelist''<br>
 
'''Trouble:''' ''Indifferent to Danger''<br>
 
'''Trouble:''' ''Indifferent to Danger''<br>
 
''Elegant and Civilized''<br>
 
''Elegant and Civilized''<br>
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''Blaster for Hire''<br>
 
''Blaster for Hire''<br>
 
[[File:Joth2.jpg|frame|400px|right|Joth's every day, "going to the office" outfit.]]
 
[[File:Joth2.jpg|frame|400px|right|Joth's every day, "going to the office" outfit.]]
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===Status===
 
===Status===
 
'''Fate Points/Refresh''' 3/3<br>
 
'''Fate Points/Refresh''' 3/3<br>
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'''+3''' Athletics, Will<br>
 
'''+3''' Athletics, Will<br>
 
'''+2''' Knowledge, Fight, Rapport<br>
 
'''+2''' Knowledge, Fight, Rapport<br>
'''+1''' Provoke, Notice, Pilot, Contacts<br>
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'''+1''' Provoke, Notice, Pilot, Contacts, Lore<br>
  
 
===Stunts===
 
===Stunts===

Revision as of 05:39, 3 June 2021

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Aspects

High Concept: Force-Sensitive Exiled Duelist
Trouble: Indifferent to Danger
Elegant and Civilized
Jaded and Cynical
Blaster for Hire

Joth's every day, "going to the office" outfit.

Status

Fate Points/Refresh 3/3

Stress:
Physical OO
Mental OOOO

Consequences: None

Skills

+4 Shoot
+3 Athletics, Will
+2 Knowledge, Fight, Rapport
+1 Provoke, Notice, Pilot, Contacts, Lore

Stunts

Shootist - Gain +2 to create an advantage with Shoot when firing a pistol.
Gunsmith - Use Shoot to repair and modify blasters.
Unimpressed - When someone tries to intimidate you, and you succeed with style on your Will defense, you can choose to deal a 2 shift mental hit to the attacker instead of getting a boost.

Extra: Masterwork Dueling Blaster - Twice per session, when attacking at a range of 1 zone or more, you can re-roll a failure with this weapon without spending a fate point.

Background

Dueling is, of course, illegal on the rain-swept archipelagos of Ancos. Single combat with blaster or blade is most certainly not a substitute for legal action or a spectator sport. While the Great Houses do sometimes take on the scions of impoverished lesser houses as retainers, they would never train them in combat to serve as their champions on the field of honor. What happened to that young man the Imperial governor had her eye on was murder, pure and simple. It's unfortunate the culprit fled the system, but he won't get far. The scum and villainy of the Outer Rim understand only violence, and he has no skills they might find valuable.