A young man with a peircing gaze. He is collected and calculating beneath a furrowed brow.
Class: Jedi (4)
(+ = ability increase @ lvl. 4)
FORCE POINTS: 7
Initiative: (Use the Force)
Knowldge (Galactic Lore): +10
Knowledge (Social Sciences): +10
Perception: (Use the Force)
Use The Force: +15
Force Training **
Skill Focus: Use the Force
Strong in the Force (d8s instead of d6s)
Weapon Proficiency: Lightsaber, Simple
Force Perception (UTF Instead of Per)
Force Inuition (UTF Instead of Int)
- Rough-Spun Clothing
- Lightsaber (2d6)
- All Temperature Cloak
- Bandolier (Liquid Dispenser (15m), Basic Datapad, Short Range Comlink, Mesh Tape)
Crosser’s first memory is waking up in the home of Drax, a kindly Jedi Master. Crosser was ten years old, but had no memory of that decade. Over the next ten years Drax trained him, along with Rasha Raan, in the ways of the Order of Jedi Knights. Just seven months ago, Crosser, Rasha and Drax all took part in the final battle against the Stranger on Hadrian IV. Two days prior the start of the adventure to the Northern Pit, Drax died of old age, and his work on Hadrian IV passed to his disciples.
Crosser has an extraordinarily strong connection to the force. While he is an able combatant, his true strength is in the the insight he gains from his trust in and control over the Force. From an early age, Rasha has relied on his physical senses and strength, while Crosser has focused his energies towards full mastery of the Force.
Because of this focus, Crosser feels things very acutely. His increased sensitivity to all situations and beings has developed into his seeming emotional detachment. In truth, he struggles with his emotions, constantly trying to suppress his feelings overflowing. His Force training both exacerbates and mitigates this. He is highly attuned to the flow of the Force, but must sometimes cut himself off, or meditate for long hours to keep from boiling over.
Crosser has a powerful interest in his past, where he came from and why he cannot remember the first years of his life. His master always emphasized that the important place to live was in the moment, not in the past. Crosser’s believes this and lives this, but somewhere in the back of his mind, there is a desire to explore his past. With his master now dead, it is yet to be seen if he will be able to resist the lure of his personal history …