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PROFESSION/TEMPLATEAGE
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Xeno Laborer / Criminal26
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CHARACTER STATS
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5INTELLIGENCE2EDUCATION
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8COOL20STABILITY
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8REFLEXES20.625RUN (in meters)
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7ATTRACTIVENESS1.71875JUMP (in meters)
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12EMPATHY5.15625LEAP (in meters)
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5TECH ABILITY8STUN
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25LUCK120LIFT (in kg)
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6.8757MOVE ALLOWANCE8EV
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10BODY TYPE30mTHROW (in meters)
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1D1012-4567-89-10
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LOCHeadTorsoRight ArmLeft ArmRight LegLeft Leg
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SP Cur00000
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NAME: Kati Viccero (Kah-ti^ Vih-chair-oh)SP Mx000000
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MA Penalty:0.125IP:0Hits Cur812121212
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Weight Total:
1Hits Mx8FALSE12121212
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EQUIPMENT# ofWTCOSTWEAPONWARANGEDAMAGESHOTSBVCONCWEIGHT
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Monosword11600 (300)Monosword124d6+2L
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SKILLLVLIPTOTALSKILLLVLIPTOTAL
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Leadership416
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Streetwise412
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Human Percep.214
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Expert (Ag)27
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Expert (Tech)16
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Survival16
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Athletics312
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First Aid16
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Basic Repair27
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Pick Lock27
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Blade513
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Intimidate19
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Stealth412
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Seduction416
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For Lifepath see Sheet 2.
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Kati’s family moved to the Solarian systems when she was a child, and she has only a few memories of her homeworld. her whole family settled together in a sharecropping settlement and, of course, fell into the trap of corporate-imposed poverty. She lived her whole life growing up in that area, with the local town school full of other Roni children (and some poor Solarian humans), where she was given at least some form of basic education, enough to read and write and speak Basic fluently.
When she was in her late teens, her parents got very sick, and were no longer able to work; now they spend most of their time in the little shanty shack, completely delusional, only remembering the oldest of the 6 siblings – Kati not included. So all of the siblings pitched in to keep the family afloat, despite growing tensions among them. Her favorite sibling, and the one she was closest to, her twin brother Moti, worked alongside her and admired her greatly, as he always saw her as the secret leader of the family (a sentiment not everyone shared, especially younger brother Harlo). After a few years of hard labor, barely pulling their family's weight, the unfathomable happened; while Kati was in the fields/mines, doing some extra overtime on account of her younger sister being pretty ill, she returned to find that all of her siblings had disappeared. Only her parents were left, as sick and delusional as ever, and of course they were of no help. Kati waited for a few days. Then days turned to weeks. Then weeks turned to six grueling years of lonesome labor. Nobody knew where her family had disappeared to. Or, at least, they wouldn't tell her if they did.
She decided she needed to find answers. And most importantly, she needed to find her family. And so, she got up and left.
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Infamous (but relatively small-time) smuggler ring leader, Griggs Bellatoni, is upset with me when I refused to murder on the job. Humiliating him in front of his men (some of which were already starting to respect me more than they respected him) and also damaging his business, he's never let the grudge go. He's not actively looking for me (a waste of resources, really), but if we ever met again, bullets and knives would undoubtedly be exchanged.
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Family:
Older sister (likes me) - Janine Viccero
Older brother (dislikes me) - Ifril Viccero
Older brother (likes me) - Jakir Viccero
Younger brother (hates me) (oh) - Harlo Viccero
Younger sister (Neutral) - Lagave Viccero
Twin brother (hero worships me) - Moti Viccero
You are stable and serious. The thing you value the most is your word.
Your most prized possession is a photograph, a picture of all your siblings
posing in front of your parents. Those were the good old days, weren't they?

Your most valued person in the world is your twin brother.
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