Name: Tusken Raider Warrior
Died: Between c. 5 ABY and c. 9 ABY, Tatooine
Species: Tusken Raider
Brawling Parry: 6D
Melee Combat: 6D
Melee Combat; Gaffi Stick: 7D
Melee Parry: 6D+1
Melee Parry; Gaffi Stick: 7D+1
Projectile Weapons: 5D+2
Projectile Weapons; Cycler Rifle: 7D+2
Beast Riding: 5D+1
First Aid: 3D+1
Born Survivors: Sand People are raised in the desert and tempered by it, making them capable of surviving in environments far tougher than most species can. This gives them a bonus +2D to all Survival checks.
Dry: The Sand People manage their water use because of the arid environment they come from, only requiring 50% of the water that most species require.
Technological Distrust: Stories from ancient Storytellers of the Tusken speak from a disaster on Tatooine long ago, the Tusken had made there living under the surface of the planet and returned as survivors to the desert. As a result Tusken distrust High-Tech and get a strong survival feeling of unease around it.
Masked: Due to their harsh environment, Tusken Raiders always go masked and robed to save every drop of water. This has become almost religious to them, as they cover themselves at all times and do not show their faces except at very special times such as marriage and child birth.
Equipment: Gaffi Stick (Str+2D damage), Robes, Breath Mask, Cycler rifle (5D damage)
Force Sensitive: No
Force Points: 3
Dark Side Points: 1
Character Points: 7
Description: A female Tusken Raider warrior was a member of a tribe of Tusken Raiders on the planet Tatooine around 4 ABY. When the prisoner Boba Fett attempted to escape the tribe's camp, the warrior defeated him in a duel, allowing the rest of her tribe to recapture their captive. After Fett killed a Tatooine sand ape, he was accepted to the tribe. The warrior instructed Fett how to fight with a Gaderffii stick.
After the newly-initiated Boba Fett left to see the Pyke Syndicate in Mos Eisley, the Pykes massacred the tribe, including the warrior. They painted the symbol of a speeder bike gang known as the Kintan Striders to put the blame on them. Per Tusken tradition, Fett gathered all the bodies and weapons and burned them at a funeral pyre. Fett later attacked the Kintan Striders, killing several of their members, in revenge.