Inquisitor Lady Lumiya

created by Jo Duffy with stats by Michael Mikaelian.

Template-Dark Jedi.
Weight-160 lbs (With cybernetics)

A Quote-"I will return in eight weeks to witness your dramatic progress. Failure will not be tolerated!"

Blaster 6D, Brawl Parry 8D, Dodge 6D+2, Lightwhip 10D*, Melee Combat 6D+2, Thrown Weapons 5D+1, Vehicle Blasters 5D

Alien Races 5D+1, Cultures 6D+1*, Intimidation 6D+2, Languages 7D+1*, Planetary Systems 7D*, Streetwise 7D, Survival 7D*

Astrogation 5D, Beast Riding 5D, Repulsorlift Operation 6D, Space Transports 5D, Starfighter Piloting 5D, Starship Gunnery 5D, Starship Piloting 3D, Starship Shields 3D

Bargain 4D+2, Command 5D, Con 6D, Forgery 5D, Hide/Sneak 6D, Persuasion 6D+2, Search 6D+2

Brawling 7D+1, Climbing/Jumping 4D+1, Lifting 4D, Stamina 5D+2, Swimming 4D

 Computer Prog/Rep 5D+1, Demolition 3D, First Aid:5D, (SP) Medicine 5D+2, Droid Prog/Rep 3D, Security 7D*, Starship Repair 3D

* Denotes skills that have been artificially enhanced by mnemonic drugs.

Special Abilities:
Biological Engineering
Cyborging - After her near-fatal encounter, extensive cybernetic replacement was the only way to save Shira Brie's life. She receives +1D energy and +1D+1 physical to resist damage to all locations except her head. She has blasters incorporated into her hands (5D damage, ranges 3-10/20/50). Also Shira Brie's life systems have been artificially engineered to   allow her to ignore pain and to increase her  stamina and strength.  When rolling for  natural healing, Shira adds +1D to her STR roll.  Shira may attempt to heal in half the  normal time, but loses the +1D bonus.  She can
also Control Pain as per the Force power, but  increases all difficulties to Easy for Wounded or Stunned, Moderate for Incapacitated, and  Difficult for Mortally Wounded; she rolls her STR.

Force Powers
Absorb/Dissipate Energy, Accelerate Healing, Control Pain, Hibernation Trance, Reduce Injury, Remain Conscious, Resist Stun, Rage

Combat Sense, Danger Sense, Life Detection, Life Sense, Sense Force.

Injure/Kill, Telekinetic kill

Lightwhip Combat, Farseeing

Force Sen.?- Yes
Force Points: 7
Dark Side Points: 12
Skill Points: 15

Lightwhip (5D damage, range of 5m, Increases the difficulty of all parry attempts by one level unless using one weapon to counteract the energy nature of the weapon and another to counteract the physical nature of the weapon)

Lumiya has directly under control three Star Destroyers (Behemoth, Fury and Rampage), two Nebulon-B Frigates (Revenant and Spectre), and four Corellian corvettes (Wolf-Pack, Borealis, Firestorm, and Scorpion IV). Each Star Destroyer carries 72 TIE ships and each frigate carries 24 TIE ships. The corvette Firestorm has been modified to carry 4 TIE ships for ambushes. The corvette Scorpion IV has a missile launcher turret in its tail section. Of the four platoons of stormtroopers under Lumiya's command, two squads were selected from the Emperor's Royal Guardsmen, and are distinguished by their red Stormtrooper armour.

 Most of Lumiya's life has been spent serving the Empire. Born Shira Elan Colla Brie, she was a native of the beautiful planet Coruscant, and was raised on an estate belonging to Senator Palpatine. Shira was gifted in all the ways a child should be: She was beautiful, intelligent, fast and strong. As a teenager, Shira was chosen for COMPNOR, a program for adolescent indoctrination. She quickly became the top inductee, and demonstrated an unwavering allegiance to the Empire.

As a result, she was admitted into an Imperial program of a similar nature. Shira's success in all areas of training attracted the eye of Darth Vader, who recommended that she be trained as an Imperial Intelligence operative. Her fighting skills and allegiance to the Empire were already exceptional, and her body was biologically altered to match.  The Emperor's scientists raised Shira's pain threshold to its highest level, and gave her an accelerated healing rate.
The Empire's defeat at the Battle of Yavin, in which the first Death Star was destroyed, was a harrowing blow. Afterward, a plan was put into action to insure that the Rebel Alliance would never gain the upper hand again. By providing Shira with a carefully fabricated history, Darth Vader arranged for her to infiltrate the Rebellion as a pilot. The city of Chinshassa on Shalyvane was resistant to Imperial rule. The entire city was razed to remind its inhabitants to fear the Empire, and to provide Shira with a credible background.

Shira had little trouble joining the Rebellion after the Battle of Hoth. The Rebels were desperate for pilots, and she proved to be an exceptional one. Months passed, and no one ever suspected her true agenda. In her final mission for the Rebel Alliance, Shira flew a stolen TIE fighter. The Rebel TIE squadron was especially equipped with transmitters that would enable them to recognize each other. The target, a Star Destroyer fitted with an experimental comm. system, rendered the transmitters useless. In the resulting chaos, Shira's TIE was destroyed by another Rebel pilot. The surviving Rebels succeeded in destroying the communications prototype and returned home, believing Shira had been killed. However, because of her altered physiology, she did not die.

Shira was rescued by the Empire and returned to Coruscant. There, the Emperor's scientists used their most advanced cybernetics to save her. Soon after her recovery, Lord Vader began training her in the ways of the Force. Shira boldly embraced the dark path Vader laid before her, and began a new life. From that moment on, Shira Brie ceased to exist.
She became Lumiya.

While a desperate battle raged above the forest moon of Endor, Lumiya had begun the final test of all Jedi. Traveling to the far reaches of the galaxy, she uncovered an ancient Sith tome that spoke of a weapon forged of "biting metal and stinging light." That served as the basis for her lightwhip, a more difficult weapon to use than a lightsaber.

After the death of the Emperor, Lumiya tracked down the former Rebels with the help of an alien species called the Nagai, and later their enemy, the Tofs. During the final conflict of that encounter, Lumiya was wounded and left for dead again. Yet, again, she managed to survive - only to return stronger than ever.

Lady Lumiya's one encounter with the Mutt Squad came after she had Jaliib Brandl kidnapped in an attempt draw his adopted brother Kae Caballa out into the open. The plan worked and then backfired when she killed Jaliib in an attempt to push Kae' to the darkside of the force. All she managed to do was get herself killed when she attacked him and he parried her lightwhip back into her face.

She died alone and bitter on Hoth.