NAME - Hamato Xiono
MOVE - 10
Planetary Systems: 6D+2
Repulsorlift Operation: 4D+2
Computer Programming/Repair: 5D+2
Droid Programming/Repair: 4D
First Aid: 4D+1
CREDITS - Vast personal wealth
Comlink, Senatorial Wardrobe
FORCE SENSITIVE - N
FORCE POINTS 1
DARK SIDE POINTS 0
CHARACTER POINTS 12
Description: Hamato Xiono was a human male senator in the New Republic Senate and the father of Kazuda Xiono. During the latter years of Republic rule in the galaxy, Senator Xiono facilitated his son's entry into a New Republic military academy which, in turn, led to Kazuda's service in the New Republic Defense Fleet's Starfighter Corps.
Senator Hamato Xiono was a politician who served in the Galactic Senate of the New Republic years after the conclusion of the Galactic Civil War. He was also the father of Kazuda Xiono, whose service to the Republic Hamato facilitated by supporting his son's enrollment in a New Republic military academy. He then ensured that Kazuda's training was put to use by helping him join the New Republic Defense Fleet, allowing Kazuda to pursue his aspirations of becoming a highly skilled pilot.
In 34 ABY, Kazuda contacted Senator Xiono shortly after his rendezvous with the Resistance during the waning months of the cold war. Believing the First Order, a successor state to the Galactic Empire, threatened the Republic's place in the galaxy, Kazuda decided to join the Resistance but also felt compelled to inform Hamato about his decision. However, Kazuda ultimately changed his mind, deciding to keep his new connection a secret from his father, who regarded General Leia Organa as a leader of extremists.
Sometime later, the First Order rose from the Unknown Regions and proclaimed the end of the New Republic, firing Starkiller Base's superlaser and destroying the Hosnian system. Upon witnessing this, Kazuda became horrified, fearing that his father was gone, along with his friends and the Senate.
Personality and traits
Hamato Xiono was a human male. Coming from a position of wealth and influence, the senator was able to support his son, Kazuda Xiono's aspirations to become a New Republic pilot. Although Hamato was willing to aid Kazuda in his endeavors, he felt that his son relied on him for everythingā€”from entering the academy to joining the New Republic Navy.
Senator Xiono regarded the Resistance as a band of extremists and was disturbed by his son mentioning their organization. Ultimately, Kazuda kept his relationship with the Resistance a secret from his father, hoping to achieve something on his own without the senator's help for once.