Name: Peli Motto
Hair color: Brown
Eye color: Brown
Skin color: Light
Brawling Parry: 4D+1
Starship Transports: 5D+1
Starfighter Piloting: 4D
Repulsorlift Operation: 5D
Starship Gunnery: 5D
First Aid: 5D
Space Transports Repair: 7D+2
Droid Repair: 5D
Equipment: 750 Credits
Brown Jumpsuit, Black and Brown Gloves, Brown Boots, Blaster Rifle (5D), Techscanner (+1D to Starship Repair/Starfighter Repair), 3 DUM-series Pit Droids.
FORCE SENSITIVE - N
FORCE POINTS 3
DARK SIDE POINTS 0
CHARACTER POINTS 6
Description: Peli Motto was a human female who managed Bay three-five at the spaceport of Mos Eisley on the planet Tatooine. In 9 ABY, the bounty hunter known as the Mandalorian landed his gunship, the Razor Crest, in her hangar, in desperate need of repairs. After discovering he did not have enough to pay Motto for the necessary work, the Mandalorian left to earn some more credits to pay her with.
While the Mandalorian was gone, Motto discovered he had left the infant known as the Child alone aboard his starship and began caring for it, hoping she could charge the Mandalorian more for this service. After learning of a bounty on the Child and the Mandalorian, the rookie bounty hunter Toro Calican captured Motto and the Child and held them hostage when the Mandalorian confronted him in Docking Bay 35. The Mandalorian outsmarted the rookie and killed him, after which Motto searched for the Child to ensure it had not been harmed. After finding it safe, the Mandalorian paid Motto all of the credits that Calican had been carrying and left Tatooine.
Peli Motto was a human female who ran Bay three-five in Mos Eisley spaceport on the planet Tatooine during the reign of the New Republic. In 9 ABY, the gunship known as the Razor Crest was directed to land in Bay three-five and upon the vessel landing, Motto's three DUM-series pit droids gathered their tools and approached the ship to see what repair work was needed. The ship's owner, the bounty hunter known as the Mandalorian, emerged and scared off the droids by firing a blaster bolt at them. Annoyed at the treatment of her droids, Motto yelled at the bounty hunter from her office area and emerged to inspect the ship herself.
While examining the ship, Motto found a fuel leak and various other repairs that were needed, as well as signs of a recent battle. The Mandalorian made clear that he did not want the droids working on his ship, and offered five hundred Imperial credits for the work to be done. After consulting her droids, Motto explained that the credits would only be enough to cover using the hangar, so the bounty hunter promised to return with more and left to find work.
While waiting for the Mandalorian to return, Motto played sabacc with her droids, betting three bolts and a motivator on her hand. Before they could continue the round however, strange noises began emerging from within the Razor Crest. Ordering one of her droids to fetch her blaster rifle, Motto began cautiously approaching the ship and yelled a warning to whoever was inside, but lower the weapon when the infant known as the Child emerged alone. Picking up the child, she began talking soothingly too it and ordered a pit droid to fetch the child some food.
Motto worked on the Mandalorian's ship, slowed by the fact that her droids were forbade to help her, and started repairing the fuel leak before encountering several issues she needed to discuss with the hunter. She then eventually managed to get the Child to fall asleep and also dozed off herself within the hangar. When the Mandalorian returned, having found work with a rookie bounty hunter named Toro Calican, he discovered the missing baby and angrily woke Motto. The hangar owner scolded him for leaving the child alone and updated him on her repairs before following him outside, where Calican was waiting.
Motto looked after the Child while the two bounty hunters left to track their target, but Calican returned before the Mandalorian, having learned that there was a bounty on the other hunter and the Child. The rookie captured Motto and the Child and waited with them inside the Razor Crest for the Mandalorian's return, emerging with Motto at blaster point and the infant in his arms once the Mandalorian entered the hangar. The Mandalorian dropped his blaster and surrendered as Calican threatened Motto, after which the rookie hunter ordered her to place the Mandalorian in binders.
As she followed his orders, the Mandalorian revealed that he was still holding a flash charge to her which he then fired off, blinding Calican. Motto used the opportunity to hide behind some crates, while the Mandalorian avoided Calican's blaster fire and shot him dead, causing him to tumble off the Razor Crest's ramp while still holding the Child. Motto and the Mandalorian rushed to check if the Child was alright, but discovered it had crawled away to safety behind some crates. After she cradled the infant and soothed it after all the excitement, the Mandalorian paid her with what credits Calican had been carrying. As the bounty hunter boarded his ship and left Tatooine, Motto ordered her droids to remove Calican's body from the hangar and dump it in Beggar's Canyon.
Personality and traits
Peli Motto was protective of her droids due to what it would cost to repair them, and consulted them about repair work that needed to be done. She complained about the Mandalorian not being able to pay enough up front, but began repair work on his ship before learning that he had been able to acquire paying work. Upon encountering the baby she cooed over it and cradle it in her arms, making sure it was cared for and fed, but also pleased that she could charge the Mandalorian extra for watching over it.
Motto scolded him for leaving it alone and warned that he needed to improve his parenting skills. She initially thought of the Mandalorian as a "womp rat", but complimented his strategy during the fight with Calican. After the fight she feared for the Child's safety, and was relieved to see it unharmed. Motto had brown hair, fair skin and brown eyes.
Peli Motto wore a brown jumpsuit with black and brown gloves and brown boots. She owned a blaster rifle and a scanner capable of analyzing vessels for damage, as well as three DUM-series pit droid that cost her a large amount of credits to keep active.