Campaign of the Month: January 2012
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The reptilian Trandoshans are known for their great strength and warlike natures. Many of these beings dedicate themselves to martial training, and some follow the path of the hunter on their native world. A few have even become renowned (or infamous) bounty hunters in galactic society. Trandoshans have a long-standing enmity with Wookiees, and the two species have fought often over the centuries.
Trandoshans (who refer to themselves as ‘Tdoshok’) have supersensitive eyes that can see into the infrared range. They shed their skin several times in the span of their lives and can even regenerate lost limbs, but their clawed hands have difficulty with fine manipulation of objects.
Personality: Violent, brutal, and driven, Trandoshans love to compete but can show compassion and mercy as the situation warrants.
Physical Description: Trandoshans range from 1.8 to 2.1 meters tall. Their scaly hides offer additional defense against attacks.
Language: Trandoshans speak, read, and write Dosh and Basic
Example Names: Bossk, Fusset, Krussk, Ssuurg, Tusserk
Adventurers: A Trandoshan adventurer craves the thrill of battle. Some leave Dosha to become bodyguards or mercenaries. Others set out to find new places to hunt and explore. A few use their warrior traditions to become soldiers, some even developing into bounty hunters as time goes by.
- Fitness 3(5)
- Strength +2
- Coordination 2(5)
- Dexterity -1
- Intellect 2(5)
- Presence 2(5)
- Empathy -1
- Psi 0(5)
- Force 0(5)
- Essence 0(5)
- Culture: Trandoshan 2(3)
- History: Trandoshan 1(2)
- World Knowledge: Trandosha 1(2)
- Craft: Any 1(2)
- Planetary Survival 1(2)
- Tracking 2(3)
- Language: Dosh (Fluent/R/W) (+4)
- Language: Galactic Basic (Accented/R/W) (+3)
- Enhanced Vision: Infravision (+2)
- Limb Regeneration
- A Trandoshan regrows a lost limb in 2d days. At the end of this time, all persistent penalties associated with the loss of the limb are removed.
- Natural Armor 2 (+1)
- Bloodlust (-2)
- Species Enemy: Wookiees (-3)