Name: Auromae Iselo
Died: 9 ABY, Nevarro
Eye color: Amber
Skin color: Reddish-brown
Affiliation(s): Cloud-Riders, Bounty Hunters' Guild
Brawling Parry: 4D
Thrown Weapons: 3D+2
Vehicle Blasters: 5D+1
Planetary Systems: 4D
Repulsorlift Operation: 5D
First Aid: 3D+1
FORCE SENSITIVE - N
FORCE POINTS 2
DARK SIDE POINTS 0
CHARACTER POINTS 6
EQUIPMENT: Credits: 150
Red and Black robes with red cowl. Silver mask, Red and white belt and black boots. White Blaster Rifle (5D), tuft of hair from a loyal bantha he once used as a mount, Blaster Pistol (4D).
Description: Auromae Iselo was a male Melbu bounty hunter. Possessing a strong sense of justice, his frustration with the number of political targets he was assigned by the Galactic Empire inspired him to pursue and punish violent criminals, joining Enfys Nest's Cloud-Riders gang as a vigilante.
A member of the Bounty Hunters' Guild, his service with the Cloud-Riders had ended by 9 ABY. Around this time, Iselo, along with other bounty hunters including his former Cloud-Riders comrade Chussido, was known to frequent a cantina on Nevarro. He was killed while attempting to reclaim The Child from The Mandalorian.
Hailing from a world that was at some point devastated by the Galactic Empire, the male Melbu Auromae Iselo worked as a bounty hunter during the Empire's reign. After becoming frustrated with the number of political bounties he was being assigned by the Empire, he ceased to work within the corrupt bureaucracy and instead became a vigilante. By 10 BBY, Iselo had joined up the Cloud-Riders, a group led by the human Enfys Nest who opposed the Empire and its criminal allies.
In 10 BBY, Iselo was amongst the Cloud-Riders who accompanied Nest to the planet Savareen in order to find a group of criminals led by the thief Tobias Beckett and associated with the Crimson Dawn syndicate. The criminals had just managed to steal a large amount of raw coaxium from the planet Kessel and were on Savareen to have it refined before handing it over to Crimson Dawn's leader, Dryden Vos.
The Cloud-Riders, who needed the coaxium to use against the Empire, confronted Beckett and his allies in a standoff outside a cantina in a village on the Pnakotic Coast. Initially Iselo and the other Cloud-Riders kept their weapons aimed at the criminals as Nest addressed them, but after a failed bluff by the criminal Han Solo claiming that there were thirty mercenaries waiting to reinforce them, Nest removed her helmet and lowered her weapon before heading into the cantina for a drink and the Melbu and his allies followed suit.
In the cantina, Nest explained the Cloud-Riders fight against the Empire and syndicates to Beckett's gang and appealed to them to join forces against Vos. All bar Beckett were won over by the speech, and after the thief had left the village, Solo and the others worked with Iselo and the other Cloud-Riders to set a trap for Vos and Beckett, who they suspected would betray them.
Iselo and several other Cloud-Riders, including Nest, gave their headwear to the inhabitants of village they were in and then hid nearby as the villagers impersonated the Cloud-Riders as decoys. When Vos arrived on his yacht, the First Light, he dispatched his Hylobon Enforcers led by Aemon Gremm to attack the Cloud-Riders and reclaim the coaxium from them as he had been informed by Beckett that Solo had betrayed him and sided with Nest. The real coaxium however, was with Solo, who boarded the yacht with his allies to meet with Vos.
After the Hylobon surrounded the villagers and reported their apparent success to Vos, they discovered that the false Cloud-Riders did not in fact have the coaxium, at which point Iselo and the other true Cloud-Riders attacked the enforcers. The Melbu rushed at the foe on foot and battle with them, ultimately standing over two of the defeated Hylobon with his blaster on them after the enforcers were overwhelmed.
With the Hylobon enforcers defeated and Vos left undefended, Solo his comrades ultimately killed Vos and Beckett and returned the coaxium to Nest. Once the coaxium was secured on the Cloud-Riders' speeder bikes, Iselo and the others waited by the bikes as Nest exchanged a few final words with Solo. The group then mounted the bikes and waited for Nest to launch first, taking off and leaving the village behind. The Cloud-Riders then traveled to a rendezvous with the leader of the Partisans rebel movement, Saw Gerrera, to whom they gave the coaxium to aid in his fight against the Empire.
Sometime after serving the Cloud-Riders, Iselo joined the Bounty Hunters' Guild. Around 9 ABY, Iselo was present in a cantina on Nevarro that was frequented by fellow bounty hunters, including his former comrade from the Cloud-Riders, Chussido. Iselo, sitting next to a Kyuzo, watched as the Mandalorian claimed a bounty on The Child from Greef Karga, head of the Guild.
Despite successfully retrieving the Child from Arvala-7, the Mandalorian had a change of heart and rescued the Child from the Client, in flagrant violation of the Bounty Hunter Code. The Guild members present on the world were alerted of this through their suddenly-reactivated tracking fobs, and attempted to reclaim the Child under Karga's leadership.
The hunters confronted the Mandalorian as he made his way to his ship, the Razor Crest, with the Child in hand. The situation quickly erupted into violence on the streets of the settlement, where Chussido met her end. While the Mandalorian hid under a speeder during a brief pause in the fighting, Karga signaled Iselo and another bounty hunter to sneak up on him from behind, as he attempted to distract him. The plan, however, did not succeed as they were quickly caught. The bounty hunter accompanying Iselo was electrocuted and incapacitated by the Mandalorian's Amban sniper rifle. Iselo fired his blaster pistol at the Mandalorian but missed, and was immediately shot and killed in return. Though Iselo's death provided a few seconds of momentum for the rest of Karga's bounty hunters, the arrival of the Mandalorian's Tribe allowed the hunter to eventually escape the crossfire with the Child.
Personality and traits
Iselo had amber eyes and mottled green and reddish-brown skin. While serving the Empire, Iselo was frustrated with being given political targets as his strong sense of justice prompted him to seek out and punish violent criminals instead. Iselo also respected the Bounty Hunter Code, however, as evidenced in his participation in Karga's posse which attempted to stop the Mandalorian from leaving with the Child, obeying the Guild leader until his death.
Iselo wore red and black robes while riding with the Cloud-Riders, including a red cowl that hid his Melbu respirator horns. He also covered his face with a silver mask and wore a red and white belt and black boots. The Melbu carried a white blaster rifle and a tuft of hair from a loyal bantha he once used as a mount. During his time with the Bounty Hunters' Guild, he used a blaster pistol.