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Section of Site: Characters D6Belongs to Faction: MandaloriansSubtype: Non-Player CharacterEra: Post EmpireCanon: Yes




Name: Mandalorian Judge
Move: 10

DEXTERITY: 2D+2
            Armour Weapons: 5D+1
            Blaster: 5D+2
            Brawling Parry: 5D
            Dodge: 5D+2
            Melee Combat: 5D+1
            Melee Parry: 5D
            Missile Weapons: 4D+2
            Vehicle Blasters: 3D+2
PERCEPTION: 2D
            Command: 4D+2
            Investigation: 4D+1
            Persuasion: 3D+1
            Search: 4D+2
            Sneak: 3D
KNOWLEDGE: 2D
            Planetary Systems: 3D+1
            Scholar; The Way: 5D
            Streetwise: 4D+2
            Survival: 5D
            Tactics: 3D+2
            Willpower: 4D
STRENGTH: 3D+1
            Brawling: 5D
            Climbing/Jumping: 4D
            Stamina: 4D
MECHANICAL: 2D
             Space Transports: 4D+2
            Jetpack Operation: 5D+1
TECHNICAL: 2D
            Armour Repair: 4D+2
            Blaster Repair: 4D+1
            Jet Pack Repair: 3D+2
            First Aid: 3D+2
            Security: 3D+1

Force Sensitive: No
Force Points: 2
Dark Side Points: 0
Character Points: 4

Equipment: Blaster pistol (4D), Mandalorian Armour (4D vs Physical, 3D vs Energy, -1D Dexterity), Jet Pack, Rocket Dart Launchers (located in kneepads): (Malkite Them Far 3D, FEX-M3 4D, molecular acid, stun agent, or explosive tip ammo)), Zip Line Vambraces (Ammo: 5, Range: 1-3/8/15m, Damage: (4D strength grapple))

Description: A Judge was a member of a Mandalorian covert on a rocky desert planet. There, he was present for the foundling Ragnar's swearing of the Mandalorian Creed and the dinosaur turtle attack that interrupted it. The judge also watched the former Mandalorian apostates Din Djarin and Bo-Katan Kryze be declared redeemed and welcomed into the covert.

Later on, the judge oversaw training matches between Mandalorian younglings, including Ragnar and the infant alien Grogu, though he had been doubtful with Grogu's size. He guided children to safety when a Raptor snatched Ragnar, later watching Ragnar's return after being rescued. Sometime after, the judge was present when the New Republic pilot Carson Teva passed on news of a pirate siege on the planet Nevarro, Djarin when gathering the covert and convincing them to intervene.

Biography
Turtling
Around 9 ABY,[3] the Mandalorian was a member of a Mandalorian covert which was part of the[4] Children of the Watch, a sect of Mandalorians that followed the ancient Way of the Mandalore.[5] The covert resided on a rocky desert[4] planet,[6] where the Mandalorian was a judge for training fights between foundlings.[2] One day, the judge joined a ceremony for the foundling Ragnar's swearing of the Mandalorian Creed on a beach beside the covert's cave. The Mandalorian stood with a blue banner with white symbols while Ragnar received his helmet from the covert's leader, "the Armorer." During the swearing, however, a[4] dinosaur turtle[7] attacked the covert. While many of the adult Mandalorians began firing on the creature, the judge began guiding a Mandalorian youngling towards the cave, with the Heavy Infantry Mandalorian Paz Vizsla,[4] Ragnar's father,[2] ordering the rest of the young ones to get inside.[4]

As the fight with the dinosaur turtle continued, the Mandalorian judge remained at the entrance to the cave, firing with his blaster pistol, while other Mandalorians tried to use grappling lines. The judge made a slow advance with other blaster-drawn Mandalorians as those using the lines were thrown around. The covert was forced to recede their line of defense when the creature was able to advance forward, but they were saved when the apostate Mandalorian Din Djarin arrived with his N-1 starfighter, killing the beast with his proton torpedos. With the threat over, many Mandalorians began gathering to see Djarin land.[4]

Djarin's redemption
After speaking with the Armorer,[4] Djarin traveled to the planet Mandalore, the homeworld of the Mandalorians, to bathe in the Living Waters in the mines of Mandalore in order to redeem himself for removing his helmet in front of others. He successfully bathed in the waters, with the help of the Mandalorian Nite Owl and revolutionary Bo-Katan Kryze, who had to rescue him when he fell into a deep part.[8] The pair then returned to the covert on the desert planet.[9]

As Djarin and Kryze arrived, the judged joined a group of other Mandalorians which came out to see them, led by Vizsla. The Heavy Infantry Mandalorian attempted to turn the visitors away, but Djarin offered proof that he had bathed in the Living Waters inside a flask, the judge turning to his comrades as the apparent apostate made his claim. The group thus went to the Armorer to test the proof. The judge watched as the Armorer confirmed that the flask carried some of the Living Waters, making Djarin and Kryze redeemed. The Mandalorians congratulated the pair afterwards.[9]

Mediations
Later on, the covert trained in combat on the beach. There the Mandalorian judge mediated one-on-one fights between Mandalorians, announcing the winner when one submitted or was defeated. After the judge oversaw a fight where Ragnar defeated another youngling, he spoke with another Mandalorian until Djarin came and offered his foundling, the alien Grogu, as a challenger. The Mandalorian judge claimed Grogu was too small, but as the foundling's ward, Djarin insisted he proceed. The mediator then asked what weapon, Djarin giving that choice to the challenged, Ragnar. Ragnar chose darts as the challenge, and so the Mandalorian judge told his comrade to bring the training darts.[2]

When the darts arrived, the Mandalorian judge had Grogu and Ragnar arm themselves. He then explained the rules of the game: each contender had three darts, which they could fire in any order, and the highest amount of direct hits won. The judge said when to begin, Ragnar firing a direct hit on Grogu for the first two times. At the third go-ahead, though, Grogu leaped to dodge the shot before firing into Rangar's chest thrice, outplaying the other youngling. The judge announced Grogu as the victor, and Ragnar walked off towards the shore. That was when a Raptor swooped down and snatched the losing youngling, taking him away. The judge joined other Mandalorians in retreating into the cave while Vizsla, Djarin, and two others made pursuit of the creature.[2]

Kryze was able to track down the Raptor's nest, and led a group of Mandalorians including Djarin and Vizsla to rescue Ragnar. When Kryze's Gauntlet starfighter returned from the mission, the Mandalorian judge was with a youngling and went over towards the ship with the other Mandalorians of the covert. Vizsla came out of the Gauntlet starfighter with Ragnar, and the covert cheered for them, the judge among them. The Mandalorian judge also watched three Raptor younglings get brought out of the Gauntlet, as their parent had been killed in saving Ragnar. Watching the creatures be brought out, the judge spoke with another Mandalorian, shaking his head.[2]

A call for help
Sometime after, the New Republic pilot Carson Teva located the covert after tracking Djarin's astromech droid R5-D4. When the pilot approached the covert's cave, the Mandalorian judge and some of his comrades came out, led by Vizsla. The judge watched as the Heavy Infantry Mandalorian told Teva to clear out. Djarin also came out, passing the judge, and Teva gave Djarin a message he had received from the latter's friend, High Magistrate Greef Karga of the planet Nevarro, explaining that Karga's world had been invaded by pirates.[10]

Seeking to help Karga, Djarin help a meeting with the other Mandalorians around a fire in the caves. Seated at the right side of the audience, the Mandalorian judge watched Djarin call on the covert to help Nevarro, offering an opportunity to settle there afterwards and stop being in hiding. The judge conversed with a Mandalorian during the talk. Taking the stage, Vizsla raised the question of why they were laying their lives down for Nevarro's people, the Mandalorian judge nodding in response. The Vizsla went on to explain that it was because that they were Mandalorian, citing Djarin and Kryze's efforts to rescue his son Ragnar and giving his support to help Nevarro.[10]

Personality and traits
The Mandalorian judge could be regularly seen consulting Mandalorian younglings and mediated training matches between them.[2] In events of attacks from creatures, he guided younglings to safety first and foremost.[4][2] When Djarin offered Grogu as a challenger for the training matches, the judge was doubtful of the foundling's size, but was prompted to proceed when Djarin identified himself as Grogu's ward.[2]

Equipment
The judge wore Mandalorian armor plating painted with maroon, light gray, and orange colors and fitted over a gray jumpsuit. He also donned brown boots, a dark green cape over his left shoulder, and a brown belt that holstered a blaster pistol on his right hip. The Mandalorian had an orange helmet and jetpack, as well as green and gray vambraces and a white kneepad rocket dart launcher on his right knee.[2]


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