Campaign of the Month: January 2012
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Personality: Mirialans are somewhat isolationist, and very tradition-centered. They insist that all Mirialan children are brought up in their own traditions, no matter what other sort of life they may lead (i.e. as a Jedi – a Mirialan could only learn the Force from a Mirialan Jedi). Mirialans often decorate their faces or bodies with tattoos of beautiful and intricate patterns that denote ideals, lifestyles, or professions. (Luminara Unduli has a purple diamond pattern on her chin, which denotes her dedication to physical disciplines.)
Physical Description: Near-humans with olive-colored or dusky yellow-green skin and hair colors ranging from light brown to black. Their large eyes are spaced slightly farther apart than baseline humans, and have startlingly intense color – usually brilliant, luminous shades of blue or violet.
Example Names: Luminara Unduli and Barriss Offee are Mirialan Jedi at the Battle of Geonosis. Jana Lorso is a Mirialan employee of Czerka on Telos.
Notes: A long line of Mirialan Jedi endured for several hundred years, ending with the rise of the Galactic Empire. Mirialans often wear headdresses to conceal their sensitive extrasensory organs. They have their own spoken and written language, called Mirialan, but also use Galactic Basic as a native language.
- Fitness 2(5)
- Coordination 2(5)
- Dexterity +1
- Intellect 2(5)
- Perception +1
- Presence 2(5)
- Psi 0(5)
- Force 0(5)
- Essence 0(5)
- Culture: Mirialan 2(3)
- History: Mirialan 1(2)
- World Knowledge: Mirial 1(2)
- Athletics 1(2)
- Acrobatics 1(2)
- Language: Mirialan (Fluent/R/W) (+4)
- Language: Galactic Basic (Fluent/R/W) (+4)
- Double Jointed (+2)
- Extrasensory Organs (+2)
- Mirialans have a heightened awareness from extrasensory organs on their heads, and can perceive movement behind them (but they can not actually see in that direction). Their extrasensory organs are sensitive to dryness, and in dry environments they lose these bonuses.
- One Extra Courage Point (+4)
- Code of Conduct: Traditionalist (-1)