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Section of Site: Weapons D6Belongs to Faction: Subtype: YUUZHAN VONG WEAPONS AND EQUIPMENTEra: New Jedi OrderCanon: EU

Shaper Headdress
Type: Yuuzhan Vong biot implant
Effect: +1 Intimidation. Any character making a roll where the mood of the wearer plays a part receives an additional +1D after a successful Moderate Biotics (Yuuzhan Vong unique skill: See species stats) skill check.

Special: Yuuzhan Vong Biot: Yuuzhan Vong Biots, like themselves, are completely indetectable through the Force, and cannot be directly affected by it (inderect methods, such as throwing a rock at the biot, still work, but powers such as Lightsaber Combat, Detect Life or Telekinesis do not work).

Description: The Shaper Headdress was more an object of status than it was a practically necessairy biot. The headdress was implanted into the skull of members of the Shaper caste of the Yuuzhan Vong. The headdress had snake-like appendages growing out of them, which had a basic connection to the wearer's mental state. The headdress would often reflect the true mood of the wearer, making it difficult to hide their emotions from anybody who understood the subtle movements of the 'headsnakes'.

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