CHARACTER NAME - Tsoklo
Height: 1.79 meters
Mass: 72 kilograms
Eye color: Black
Skin color: Green
MOVE - 10
Repulsorlift Operation: 4D+2
Computer Programming/Repair: 4D+1
Droid Programming/Repair: 3D+2
First Aid: 4D+2
Vibroblade (Str+1D), Blue Jacket, Light Pants, and Brown Boots FORCE SENSITIVE - N
FORCE POINTS - 2
DARK SIDE POINTS - 0
CHARACTER POINTS - 4
Description: Tsoklo was a Rodian male who resided on the planet Lothal several years prior to the Galactic Civil War. Tsoklo served as factory worker, but also worked for the Galactic Empire as an informant who reported to Supply Master Yogar Lyste. In exchange for protection, Tsoklo would report to Lyste on the activities of unproductive workers and law breakers. The Rodian also operated a fruit stall in the city of Kothal, and at one point sold his supply of imported meiloorun fruit to Lyste.
During the Empire Day holiday, the Imperials set out to find a Rodian named Tseebo, an Imperial Information Office worker who deserted the Empire after stealing a large number of Imperial files. Tsoklo was apprehended twice by Imperials—first by a trio of TIE fighter pilots and later by Agent Kallus of the Imperial Security Bureau—who compared Tsoklo to a picture of Tseebo to verify whether or not Tsoklo was the Rodian the Empire was after. On both cases the Imperials realized that Tsoklo was not their Rodian. Tsoklo later visited Old Jho's Pit Stop for a game of sabacc, where he lost to the human Lando Calrissian and the Lasat Garazeb Orrelios.
Later during the Siege of Lothal, Tsoklo was imprisoned and enslaved on a Mining Guild ore crawler that was stripping the planet of its natural resources. Overseen by the Trandoshan foreman Proach, Tsoklo and several others worked in the murky conditions of the crawler until they were saved by the Spectres rebel group when they hijacked the crawler in the name of the Rebellion, after which Tsoklo himself pledged to fight the Empire.
Personality and traits
Although he worked for the Empire, Tsoklo nonetheless congratulated Sabine Wren, by holding his hands together and bowing repeatedly, for attacking an Imperial air base and blowing up a TIE fighter. In addition, he was harassed by Imperial authorities during their hunt for Tseebo, which left him visibly shaken after each encounter. However, after his confrontation with Kallus, his mood was lifted after a series of fireworks lit up the Imperial parade on Empire Day, which also caused him to smile and applaud.
After losing a game of Sabacc to Calrissian and Orrelios, Tsoklo was visibly distraught, and after throwing his cards onto the table, he stormed off. When Bridger and Orrelios realized they would have to obtain a meiloorun fruit from the Empire, Tsoklo laughed at the possibility of them simply buying one of the fruits, but he wished them luck anyways.
Tsoklo was a braggart and a bully, and tended to harass others with the fact he had an Imperial friend. However, Tsoklo's relationship with Supply Master Lyste was merely a mean of protecting himself. If cornered by his Imperial allies, however, Tsoklo's belligerent nature would falter, giving in to cowardly throwing himself at his superior's mercy. He could also resort to a panicked flail.
Tsoklo's fear also peaked while enslaved by the Mining Guild. Upon believing the Jedi Jarrus to be a Mining Guild agent, Tsoklo cowered behind equipment in Crawler 413-24's boiler room and armed himself with a tool. However, after witnessing the Rebel's heroic actions during the following hour, Tsoklo bravely pledged to fight against the Empire.
A Rodian with green pebble-textured skin, Tsoklo had black eyes, stood at 1.79 meters, and weighed 72 kilograms. Unlike some Rodians, Tsoklo did not exhibit spines on the top of his head.
Tsoklo kept a utility vibroblade for personal defense. Generally, Tsoklo wore a blue jacket, light pants, and brown boots during his daily activities, such as when he went to Garel, moved about Capital City, or operated his fruit stall in Kothal. Tsoklo also had a house.
After being enslaved by the Mining Guild, Tsoklo was fitted with a vest in the guild's blue and yellow color scheme. He had access to his ore crawler's tools, one of which he prepared to use as a defensive weapon.