Child looking for adventure in the stars


Adventuresome Twi’lek Child
Recklessly Young
Raised By The Village
Untapped Potential
Survival Instinct

(Great): Notice
(Good): Deceit, Contacts
(Fair): Stealth, Rapport, Lore
(Average): Empathy, Athletics, Crafts, Burglary

Refresh: 4

Burglary Stunt
Always a Way Out: +2 on Burglary rolls made to create an advantage whenever you’re trying to escape from a location.

Lore Stunt
I’ve Read about That! You’ve read hundreds – if not thousands – of books on a wide variety of topics. You can spend a fate point to use Lore in place of any other skill for one roll or exchange, provided you can justify having read about the action you’re attempting.


Played By: Chloe Grace Moretz or Nathan Kress

Born in a brothel on Nuwisha’s moon to a Twi’lek courtesan, who died in childbirth. Raised by the staff of the brothel and the people of the small mining town, Job got his/her nickname for being a “Hard Job raising you.” A handful of a child, always getting into trouble, but everyone loved you, and you were taught by everyone.

When the Blue Nebula cartel showed up, demanding tributes of slaves, you were the first to recommend going out to get help. When the local system militia turned their backs on your people, you again recommended going to get Jedi.

When no one took your offer seriously enough, you decided to head out into the galaxy you had been reading about since childhood, and find them yourself.

You managed to get to a distant starport, when some local thugs took an interest in you. But there were also Jedi on that starport who intervened, and after learning of your people’s plight, agreed to bring you home and help.

You look up to Jenner, seeing everything you want to be. S/He is only a year or so older than you, and already a Jedi of great power. Master Skywalker says that you have some Force potential, and you wonder if someone like Jenner could possibly train you some day.

You’ve also found a weird kinship with Torgue. Being raised around so many miners in such harsh environments, the older and bitter ex-soldier is a familiar sort of person, and you get along well.


Holding the Line... craytonc