Species: Human (Genetically defective clone)
Height: 1.93 meters
Hair color: Brown
Eye color: Brown
Skin color: Tan
Brawling Parry: 4D
Vehicle Blasters: 4D+1
Alien Species: 4D+1
Planetary Systems: 5D+2
Repulsorlift Operation: 6D
Space Transports: 6D+1
Starship Gunnery: 5D+2
Starship Shields: 5D
Walker Operation: 4D
Armour Repair: 6D
Capital Ship Repair: 5D+1
Capital Ship Weapon Repair: 5D+2
Computer Programming/Repair: 8D
Droid Repair: 7D+2
Droid Programming: 8D
First Aid: 6D+2
Space Transports Repair: 6D
Starship Weapon Repair: 7D
Weapon Repair: 6D
Force Sensitive: No
Force Points: 4
Dark Side Points: 0
Character Points: 14
Modified Katarn-Class Clone-Commando Armour (+2D+2 Physical, +1D+2 Energy, -2 Dexterity, Built in Computer Terminal)
2x BlasTech Industries DC-17 hand blaster (4D+1)
BlasTech Industries DC-15A blaster carbine (5D)
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Description: Tech was a clone commando who served in the Grand Army of the Republic during the Clone Wars as a member of Clone Force 99, also known as the "Bad Batch," and who later deserted the Galactic Empire. Due to his genetic mutations, he appeared leaner, fairer, and younger than his fellow clone troopers.
Tech served as the brains of his squad and was a valued asset in this regard, using his high intellect and mastery of technology to ensure their operations were successful. Even so, he was no less skilled in combat than the other three members.
Tech deserted the Empire shortly after its proclamation, along with the human female clone Omega and the other members of the Bad Batch, except for CT-9904 "Crosshair," who remained loyal to the Empire and soon started tracking his former squad. He and the Bad Batch became mercenaries for the Mantellian Trandoshan Ciddarin "Cid" Scaleback but were forced to come back to Kamino to rescue their fellow clone brother Hunter, who had been captured by the Empire. Tech then witnessed the destruction of the Kaminoan capital Tipoca City and was thought to have died during its fall. However, he and the Bad Batch survived and sought to avoid drawing the attention of the Empire, while continuing their mercenary missions.
After Clone Force 99 learned that the Empire had destroyed Tipoca City to gain control over its cloning technology and created the Advanced Science Division, a clandestine scientist program experimenting on clones, Tech and his squad infiltrated Raven's Peak on Eriadu during an Imperial summit to learn the whereabouts of Imperial Doctor Royce Hemlock and locate their brother Crosshair. However, the clones were quickly overwhelmed and Tech sacrificed himself so that his squad could escape.
Personality and traits
Tech made use of a heavily modified suit of Katarn-class Commando Armor with a specialized visor that acted as a computer display. A computer terminal was installed into the forearm portion of his armor, enabling him to access a number of versatile functions, such as trajectory calculation, translation of alien languages, and recording and replaying sound effects. Tech's advanced data analysis skills allowed him to solve technical issues at speeds even faster than some droids.
Personality-wise, Tech was very talkative and communicative; one of his major quirks was his eagerness to dispense trivial knowledge about any given subject without hesitation or reason. He did this regardless of whether anyone was listening to him, or whether anyone else cared about what he was saying, as Wrecker pointed out at one point. When confronted with a task which demanded his full concentration, he tended to become oblivious to what was going on in his surroundings, unless it was a matter of life and death. Tech could often miss the intention behind a question someone asked him, such as when Omega asked him what the Clone Wars were like. Like the rest of the Bad Batch, Tech became protective of Omega and acted as a mentor for her.
He also made an effort to record all sentient sounds he encountered, which Hunter described as a "hobby" of his. On one occasion, this helped the squad, alongside Jedi Knight Anakin Skywalker, CT-7567 "Rex", and CT-1409 "Echo" escape from an enemy base. Tech was also very calm and non-confrontational, and rarely grew angry. When his squad-mates would argue with each other, he would frequently walk away and not participate. Much like Hunter and unlike his other two teammates, Tech was mostly civil and respectful to his fellow clones. However, although he was not quick to anger, he could become slightly annoyed with his squad-mates, specifically Wrecker, due to the latter's recklessness. Tech could also be sarcastic or passive-aggressive at times, specifically when he was irritated. Sometimes, his pragmatism made him fail to take into account the feelings of other members of his squad, like Omega.
Able to comprehend and notice things easily, Tech occasionally had a habit of unintentionally keeping important information secret, assuming that his teammates would notice it on their own, such as Omega's true nature, which he described as being "obvious," or the clones being programmed through inhibitor chips.
Tech's primary weapons were two DC-17 hand blasters, with which he was very proficient, and during a mission in Corellia, he carried a DC-15A blaster carbine. He wore a modified Katarn-class Commando Armor with a unique helmet. The helmet was equipped with a translation visor that was capable of translating various languages.