A Quote:Ever eaten lobster? Well, shooting Stormtroopers is almost as good
Blaster:6D, Dodge:6D+1, Melee Combat:5D.
Space Transports Piloting:5D.
Bargain:3D+1, Command:4D+2, Gambling:4D+2, Sneak:4D+2, Bribery:3D+1
Climb/Jump:4D+1, Brawling:5D, Swimming:3D+2
Computer Program/Repair:4D, Droid Program/repair:5D, Demolitions:4D, Gadgetry:5D, Security:5D
**Note that these are the stats for Beowulf "Thrusty" Thrustspeare in the Mutt Squad game and that neither the stats, nor anything that he's done here have any influence on Mark Hudson's game whatsoever. It should be further noted that other then the name and some basic statistics that this character is probably completely different then Mark's version.
A portable computer, Blast vest (+1D vs. Physical, +1 vs. Energy), a blast helmet (+1D vs. Physical, +1 vs. Energy), Repair kit (+1D to all repair rolls), A blaster pistol (4D, 3-7/50/75, Ammo:100) and a Cutlass (Str+1D)
Thrusty had a normal life until it was destroyed by the Empire. The Imperials killed his wife and child. He somehow find his way to the Rebellion and joined up with the hope of being able to kill every Imperial he saw shortly thereafter. Since then he's been seeing a therapist. It was Kirby Connin that gave him the nickname 'Thrusty'. He worked as a republic operative with 'The Gang' until well after the battle of Endor. Rumor has it that Thrusty has written a data-book about his experiences as a Rebel operative and is rolling in the cash or that he finally succeeded in his mission to kill every Imperial that he saw. None one is really sure whatever happen to him.