Brawling Parry: 4D
Melee Combat: 4D+1
Melee Parry: 4D+1
Thrown Weapon: 5D+2
Beast Riding: 4D
First Aid: 2D
Primitive Construction: 4D+2
Thrown Weapons: bow, rocks, slings to use: one round. The character may take the base skill and/or any of the specializations.
Glider: Time to use: one round. The ability to pilot gliders.
Primitive Construction: Time to use: one hour for gliders and rope bridges; several hours for small structures, catapults and similar constructs. This is the ability to build structures out of wood, vines and other natural materials with only primitive tools. This skill is good for building study houses, vine bridges and rock-hurling catapults (2D, speeder-scale damage).
Skill Bonus: At the time the character is created only, the character gets 2D for every 1D placed in the hide, search and sneak skills.
Skill Limits: Beginning characters may not place any skill dice in any vehicle (other than glider) or starship operations or repair skills.
Smell: Ewoks have a highly developed sense of smell, getting a + 1D to their search skill when tracking by scent. This ability may not be improved.
Protectiveness: Most human adults will feel unusually protective of Ewoks. Because of this, humans can also be very condescending to Ewoks. Ewoks, however, are mature and inquisitive โ and unusually tolerant of the human attitude.
Equipment: Spear (STR+1D), Leather backpack, Club (Str+1D), Blaster Rifle (5D)
Force Sensitive: No
Force Points: 1
Dark Side Points: 0
Character Points: 3
Description: Warok was a male Ewok from the forest moon of Endor. He lived in Bright Tree Village with his family: wife Batcheela, son Teebo, and daughter Malani. Warok was a fierce warrior and one of the best at piloting the Ewok hang glider.
When his children were both still young, a band of Duloks led by Vulgarr convinced Warok that his daughter had been kidnapped by a giant monster. Warok led a band of Ewok warriors to recover her. They encountered a Dulok named Ulgo, whom Warok accidentally killed while trying to release some lantern birds that the Dulok planned to eat. Realizing that they had been tricked, the warriors found Vulgarr and his band and discovered that in their absence, Vulgarr had kidnapped the children of Bright Tree Village. Warok led the charge against the Duloks, driving them off and rescuing the children.
Years later, Warok was among the many Ewoks who helped the Rebellion defeat the Galactic Empire in the Battle of Endor.