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CHARACTER NAME – Ganner Krieg
SPECIES - Human
TEMPLATE TYPE - Imperial Knight
GENDER - Male
HEIGHT - Unknown
MOVE - 10
Brawling Parry: 5D
Melee Combat: 5D
Melee Parry: 5D
Missile Weapons: 5D+1
Scholar (Jedi Lore): 6D+1
Scholar (Sith Lore): 5D
Repulsorlift Operation: 4D+1
Space Transports: 5D+1
Starship Gunnery: 5D
Star Fighter Pilot: 6D+2
Starship Shields: 5D
Computer Programming/Repair: 4D+2
Lightsaber Repair: 6D+1
Repulsorlift Transports Repair: 4D
Space Transports Repair: 3D
Equipment: Lightsaber (Silver) 5D
Imperial Knight Armor (+3D Physical, +2D Energy)
FORCE SENSITIVE - Y
FORCE POINTS 15
DARK SIDE POINTS 0
CHARACTER POINTS 10
Absorb/Dissipate Energy, Accelerate Healing, Concentration, Contort/Escape, Control Pain, Emptiness, Enhance Attribute, Hibernation Trance, Rage, Resist Stun
Combat Sense, Danger Sense, Life Detection, Life Sense, Magnify Senses, Sense Force
Control and Sense
Control and Alter
Accelerate Another’s Healing, Control Another’s Pain
Control, Sense and Alter
Affect Mind, Projected Fighting
Sense and Alter
Charcter Bio - Ganner Krieg was a male Human Master of the Imperial Knights during the Second Imperial Civil War. As a Knight of the Empire, Krieg was loyal to and mindful of the oath he had sworn to Emperor Roan Fel, as well as to Fel's daughter, Princess Marasiah Fel. Willing to obey orders, Krieg was nevertheless very aware of the Imperial Knights' policy which stated that they only served an Emperor who himself served the light side of the Force. Krieg was a trusted friend of fellow Imperial Knight Antares Draco and was more often than not paired with him on missions during the war. As a more level-headed foil to his brash friend, Krieg possessed certain traits that Draco did not, such as respect for the abilities of Jedi.
In 137 ABY, Krieg accompanied Fel as he retook the world of Bastion from the Sith Lord Darth Krayt's Imperial forces, the world having been wrested from Fel's control following the conclusion of the Sith–Imperial War seven years prior. Soon after, Krieg and Draco journeyed to Vendaxa in an attempt to rescue Marasiah from the clutches of the Sith. Escaping the planet on the Mynock, a ship belonging to the bounty hunter Cade Skywalker, Krieg and Draco were able to return the Princess to Bastion, but at the expense of their Emperor's trust, as Fel had expressly forbidden them from rescuing her.
Krieg was later paired with Draco on missions to the Wheel, the Jedi's Hidden Temple, and Had Abbadon; the latter mission saw Krieg doubt orders issued from his Emperor which he saw as skirting the dark side of the Force. Krieg stood by his convictions, refusing to attempt to obtain the ancient Sith artifact known as the Muur Talisman, despite the conflict that this brought him into with Draco. Following the conclusion of the mission, Krieg accompanied the Emperor to Agamar along with several other Imperial Knights in order to conduct peace talks with the Jedi Order. The meeting was interrupted by forces of the One Sith, whom Krieg helped fight off before the Jedi and most of the Imperial Knights ferried the Emperor safely away from the planet. Marasiah Fel was among those left behind, and was taken to Korriban by the Sith. Krieg and the Jedi Knight Shado Vao joined Draco in rescuing her from the Sith stronghold, although Draco remained onworld to allow
his allies to escape. While departing the planet, Krieg was shocked to feel his friend's death in the Force.
As an Imperial Knight, Krieg was mindful of the oath of loyalty he had sworn to the Emperor, but also placed stock in friendship; his dedication to his trusted friend Antares Draco saw Krieg disobey a direct order from his Emperor when he accompanied Draco to Vendaxa in an effort to rescue Marasiah Fel. Noted for his calm and serious demeanor, and a level-headed foil to the brash actions of Draco, Krieg had reservations about killing Imperials who served Darth Krayt's Empire and was far less critical of the Jedi than his friend, to the point of praising Shado Vao's skills with a lightsaber. Krieg saw folly in Draco's dismissal of Vao's abilities and was willing to point it out to his friend. He also believed that Draco's anger was unbefitting of the leader of the Imperial Knights, and advised his friend to master it.
In addition to his oath of loyalty to the Emperor, Krieg was dedicated to his having sworn to protect the Princess, and fiercely fought legions of Sith after they struck her down on Vendaxa. He also believed in the value of promises, reminding his Emperor that Marasiah had promised Cade Skywalker safe passage from Bastion and that Fel had honored that promise.
While it was said that the first loyalty of the Imperial Knights was to the Empire as personified in the Emperor, Krieg maintained that it was ultimately the Force that the organization owed their allegiance to. He was very mindful of the policy which stated that they only served the Emperor if he himself served the light side of the Force and was very skeptical of being asked by Fel to obtain the Muur Talisman, an ancient Sith device that held devastating powers. This skepticism, coupled with his allegiance to the Force, saw him verbally quarrel with a dissenting Draco, whom Krieg saw as letting his feelings for the Princess cloud his judgment during their mission to Had Abbadon.
Krieg had romantic feelings for fellow Imperial Knight Azlyn Rae, but was willing to consider the possibility that her loyalties were divided between the Imperial Knights and the Jedi. During their mission to Had Abbadon, Rae informed Krieg that she was aware of his feelings and that she cared for him too, but that she felt their duty as Imperial Knights would always keep them apart. Despite her doubts, Krieg defended her from Antares Draco; when Draco suspected that her actions might compromise their mission, he remarked that he would have to kill her, prompting Krieg to remark that Draco would have to kill Krieg first. Krieg later restrained Draco from physically attacking Rae during the ensuing battle with the Sith, although unbeknownst to Krieg, Rae had recently rekindled her old romance with Cade Skywalker. Krieg's feelings for Rae led him to question the meaning of his duty as an Imperial Knight following the Battle of Had Abbadon, and to feel
agonized over what he believed to be her death.
As an Imperial Knight, Krieg was part of an organization that was said to be among the most talented and dangerous Force-users in the galaxy. He was confident in his abilities and demonstrated them on several occasions, aiding in fighting off legions of Sith on Vendaxa, Agamar, and Korriban. Sith fell to his blade during all three skirmishes. He also showed some prowess as a pilot, having flown a TIE Predator at Had Abbadon.
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