Name: Laze "Fixer" Loneozner
Hair color: Brown
Skin color: Light
Brawling Parry: 3D+2
Vehicle Blasters: 4D+2
Repulsorlift Operation: 4D+2
Droid Programming/Repair: 4D+2
Repulsorlift Repair: 5D
Character Points: 3
Force Sensitive: N
Force Points: 1
Blaster pistol(4D), Comlink, Toolkit, T-16 Skyhopper
Description: Laze Loneozner, better known as Fixer, was a skilled mechanic and one of Luke Skywalker's childhood friends from Tatooine. He was the husband of Camie.
The Human male Laze "Fixer" Loneozner grew up on the desolate world of Tatooine. He often passed time with his friends Luke, Biggs, Windy, Deak, and especially his girlfriend Camie.
In 6 BBY, Loneozner and Janek Sunber were old enough to drive landspeeders, and they raced in the canyon south of Ja-Mero Ridge. They flouted at Windy Starkiller and Luke Skywalker, who at that time were not old enough to join them.
When Fixer had to take the qualifying test for the Imperial Academy, he walked in, filled out his name, and walked out.
Not much before Biggs Darklighter was about to leave Tatooine for the Imperial Academy, Owen Lars's Treadwell, WED-15-77 broke down. Skywalker took parts of the droid to Fixer, but he had a weeks backlog on the Tosche Station, so he couldn't begin working on the Treadwell, but eventually the droid got repaired.
Fixer had a job at Tosche Station in Anchorhead. Since the owner, Merl Tosche, was rarely around, and neither were many customers, Fixer pretty much ran the place himself. He and his friends usually worked on their skyhoppers or landspeeders there. Fixer had a five-engined landspeeder, and he was also secretly rebuilding a podracer that he planned to sell for a very high price in Mos Espa in order to have enough money to throw a huge wedding for him and Camie.
At one point, not much before Darklighters' return, Fixer and his friend gathered in Beggar's Canyon. By the time Skywalker and Windy arrived on the former skyhopper, Fixer, Camier and Deak were already there, enjoying malt juices. Fixer had a race with Skywalker down Beggar's Canyon in their skyhoppers. During the speed run, Deak rode with Fixer and Windy accompanied Skywalker. Fixer figured his route through the Bottleneck, which he thought to be the perfect route, which would earn him new record time around Beggar's Canyon. However, Skywalker took a dangerous maneuver: he flew through the Stone Needle, lost a stabilizer, but eventually beat Fixer.
Immediately afterwards, he engaged in a non-lethal dogfight, which he also lost, much to his dismay.
The day Biggs Darklighter returned home from his training at the Imperial Academy and went to Tosche Station, Fixer and Camie were lounging around when Luke Skywalker, whom they more often referred to as "Wormie," walked in to tell everyone about the space battle he had just seen. The four of them walked outside to check it out, but while the other three all looked through a pair of electrobinoculars, Fixer wasn't interested enough to look, and instead kept his attention on Camie. As they went back inside, he told Luke that he doubted if the Galactic Empire would even fight to save the Tatoo system. Not much later, Fixer joined his droids in performing repairs in the station's repair bay.
The next day, Imperial stormtroopers hit on the Lars homestead and killed Owen and Beru Lars, and this way they forced Luke Skywalker to join Jedi Master Obi-Wan Kenobi in his quest for the Rebellion. Everyone, including Fixer thought that the Tusken Raiders hit the homestead and Skywalker died along with his relatives. Sometime later, after the Battle of Yavin, Fixer and Camie got married. Fixer quit his job at Tosche Station when the House of Tagge came to Tatooine and brought up a lot of moisture farms. The Tagge outfit set him and Camie up at the Darklighters' old home and made Fixer a caretaker for their new properties, one of which was the old Lars homestead. Fixer was at the Lars house one day when he caught Skywalker, who he thought to be a thieving scavenger snooping around. He pulled a blaster on Skywalker, but when he had him toss his own blaster, Skywalker spun around and destroyed Fixer's gun with his lightsaber. Recognizing his old friend, Fixer told Skywalker about his new business, but when Imperials showed up, Skywalker fled with his droids. Fixer and Camie felt they had to do whatever he could to protect their job. Since they suspected Skywalker of being a Rebel, they sold him out to the Empire. However, Fixer searched for Skywalker and caught up with him in Chalmun's Spaceport Cantina in Mos Eisley to warn him of their treachery.
At one point during the time of the rebellion, Fixer was serving ale at Tosche Station when the worst sandstorm in a decade hit Anchorhead and a group of Rebels, local citizens, and stormtroopers took shelter inside. After the troopers arrived, a firefight broke out.
Personality and traits
Fixer tended to be highly defensive of Camie. While they were watching the battle above Tatooine, Fixer gave Skywalker a hard look when the latter complained about Camie's lack of care when she grabbed his binoculars away. However, he didn't care for her opinion when it came to her admiration of Darklighter. His opinion of Skywalker was much lower, he gave the boy derogatory nicknames such as small fry or Wormie.
He was good at repairing droids, which Skywalker knew, leading him to once bring a broken Treadwell to him for repair. However, he could occasionally act immaturely, in Camie's opinion, in that he'd sometimes steal parts for his repairs to his Skyhopper.
Fixer envied Darklighter's piloting skill, and was eager to match his records. However, he wasn't so keen on entering the Imperial Academy due to his preference for being his own boss. He even went so far as to sabotage his qualifying test to enter the academy. He also didn't care about the possible political repercussions of such a move against the Empire, or politics in general.
Darklighter found Fixer smart enough to know that the man was better off being the big noise in a small room than to hide in the background.