Eye color: Gray
Skin color: Blue
Cybernetics: Cybernetic left hand
Distinctions: 3 eyes, four leg-like tentacles, lighter-than-air physiology, mushroom-shaped heads, produce intense electrical fields, skinny arms
Alien Species: 4D
Scholar; Artificial Intelligence: 7D+1
Battle Station Repair: 5D+2
Computer Programming/Repair: 8D+1
Droid Programming/Repair: 8D
Electrical Fields: Notable abilities of Parwans are their ability to "float", produce electrical fields, and depending on the blood type, able to withstand electrolytic serum. This gives a bonus +1D to resist Electrolytic Serums, +1D to Sneak, +2D to avoid ground based traps, +1D to Sense Electrical Fields, and a (Str+1D) electrical attack they can make against opponents touching him.
Force Sensitive: No
Force Points: 1
Dark Side Points: 0
Character Points: 4
Credits: 850, Comlink, Datapad, Toolkit, Goggles with Microscopic magnification (+1D to fine work)
Description: Gubacher was a male Parwan doctor who served the Galactic Republic during the Clone Wars. He was an artificial intelligence specialist and operated a research and development lab in the Jedi Temple on Coruscant, working closely with the Jedi in designing spy droids.Gubacher was a part of the Republic's Strategic Advisory Cell, and worked with many other members of the Cell in constructing a massive mobile battle station for the Republic, which would later be known as the Death Star.
In the second year of the Clone Wars, Gubacher outfitted the astromech members of D-Squad, who were to steal an encryption module from a Separatist cruiser, with various upgrades to aid them on their mission. At the end of the Clone Wars, the Republic was transformed into the Galactic Empire, which continued work on the battle-station project. Gubacher was still involved with the project during the early years of the Empire's reign.
Death Star Project Edit
Gubacher was a Doctor who worked for the Galactic Republic during the Clone Wars, and worked very closely with the Jedi Council. During the war, Doctor Gubacher was part of the Strategic Advisory Cell, which worked on creating a massive mobile battle-station for the Republic, which would eventually become the Death Star by the end of the war.
In the second year of the Clone Wars, the Jedi Council assembled of astromech droids, all of whom belonged to members of the Jedi Order, in order to steal an Encryption module from a Separatist Dreadnought, so that the Republic could crack a new code used by the Separatists. Prior to their mission, the droid team, that was dubbed D Squad and placed under the command of Republic Colonel Meebur Gascon, visited Gubacher at his laboratory on Coruscant. The droids, R2-D2, M5-BZ, QT-KT and U9-C4 were all taken in to recive generous upgrades to assist them on their mission, however the Pit droid WAC-47 was not to receive a single upgrade, as Gascon had Gascon him the role of pilot. The other droids, all reocved their upgrades from Gubacher. R2-D2 was given drastic improvements to his rocket thrusters, that would allow him to be more mobile in the air, and remain airborne for longer periods of time.
Gubacher gave QT-KT a deploy-able magnet, which could draw in potentially hazardous objects and nullify them. U9-C4 was given an energy weapon to use for defensive purposes. Finally, M5-BZ's memory bank was removed to make room for a mobile command center for the tiny Colonel Gascon, to allow him to remain undercover on his mission. Their upgrades complete, Gubacher sent D-Sqaud on it's way, but not before expressing giddy enthusiasm over each upgrade he gave, as well as sympathy for BZ's loss.
Gubacher was still a member of the cell working on the Republic's battle station project when the Republic was swiftly transformed into the Galactic Empire by the once Supreme Chancellor turned Emperor Sheev Palpatine. In the early years of the Empire's reign, Gubacher was still significantly involved in the project that became the first Death Star.
Doctor Gubacher was a male grey-skinned Parwan, who, in fitting with his species' biology, possessed three eyes and four tentacles with which to maneuver himself. He also possessed a three-fingered cybernetic left hand.
Gubacher was a brilliant scientist who specialized in artificial intelligence, a skill that served him well as a leader of the Jedi Temple research and development lab. He visibly derived great joy from his work, and, unlike many, Gubacher displayed empathy and respect for droids.