Korto Vos

created by John Ostrander.

Template-Jedi Knight. 
DOB-19 years BBY
A Quote-I have come here to finish what I started with my father, to learn what he couldn't teach me and to become a Jedi Knight like him.

Brawling parry 4D, dodge 6D+1, lightsaber 8D+1, melee combat 6D, melee parry 6D

Alien species 3D+2, intimidate 5D, planetary systems 3D+1, (SP) planetary systems: Kiffu 5D+2, scholar: Jedi lore 6D+1, streetwise 4D+2, survival 5D, willpower 6D+2

Space transports 5D+1, starship gunnery 4D+2

Hide 5D+1, persuasion 6D, search 6D+1, sneak 4D+2

Brawling 5D+1, climbing/jumping 5D+2

Lightsaber repair 6D

Special Abilities:
Kiffar can perceive past events by handling objects that were present at those event as though they were present. The perspective is the same as the perspective of the object's wielder; they see, hear, and feel what the wielder saw, heard, and felt, but no more. They cannot, for example, read the writing on a computer screen if the object's wielder did not. They do, however, gain an impression of the wielder's emotions in regard to the event. Using Psychometry requires a Perception check, with the difficulty determined by the object's relationship:


Personal item frequently used 5
Personal item infrequently used 10
Item used by multiple individuals 15
Item handled once 20

Sometimes the impressions granted by Psychometry reflect the influence of the dark side on the wielder of the object being examined. As a result, if the original character gained a dark side point performing the act seen by Psychometry, the character using Psychometry to review that act gains a dark side point as well. The GM should warn the player, just like the original character was warned. ("Killing the prisoner would be an evil act -- so if you continue with your Psychometry attempt, you may gain a dark side point.") GMs should be careful to use this as a warning, rather than an absolute consequence. If the hero wishes to continue reviewing the events and the original character did not gain a dark side point, the hero doesn't, either. The Jedi Order frowns on using Psychometry on dead bodies for this very reason: The emotions at the time of a violent death are often so strong that had the deceased actually lived, he or she would have brushed the dark side -- which means that the hero would, as well.

Force Skills:
Force Powers:

Control: 6D
Concentration, Emptiness, Enhance Attribute, Hibernation Trance

Sense: 5D+2
Combat Sense, Danger Sense, Life Detection, Life Sense, Receptive Telepathy, Sense Force

Alter: 6D

Control and Sense:
Lightsaber combat, Projective Telepathy

Control and Alter:
Force Lightning

Control, Sense, and Alter:
Affect Mind

Sense and Alter:
Dim Other's Senses, Force Wave

This character is Force-Sensitive.
Move: 10
Force Points: 3
Dark Side Points:
Character Points: 13

Robes, lightsaber (5D)

Korto Vos was the son of Quinlan Vos and Khaleen Hentz. Korto was born on Nar Shaddaa shortly before his father was in hiding on Kashyyyk following the Great Jedi Purge. He was named for an alias that Quinlan used during undercover missions. Quinlan trained his son in secret for many years before finally being killed by Boba Fett protecting his family. Korto joined the Jedi Academy to become the man his father always wanted him to be.