Spoiler: Base Info
Name: Akila Al-Fakhitah
Face: Too much Makeup
Clothing: Black Caftan
Background: Stationary; Zalos; Firstcome
Icon: The Dancer
Concept: Negotiator; Peddler
Group Concept: Explorers (Salvaging Crew)
Personal Problem: Have a protege that I need to take care of. Relative or friend I owe.
Ramad: Akila would like to say she doesn't care about Ramas' species, but it still takes a moment to adjust every time she looks at him. Despite this she's ever sympathetic to anyone who's suffered under oppression and he can fly the ship well enough.
Hit Points (Strength+Agility): 5
Mind Points (Wits+Empathy): 9
Infiltration (Agility): 1
Manipulation (Empathy): 2
Melee Combat (Strength):
Observation (Wits): 1
Ranged Combat (Agility): 1
Command (Empathy): 1
Culture (Empathy): 2
Data Djinn (Wits): 1
Mystic Powers (Empathy):
Pilot (Agility): 1
Lie Detector (CYB): Requires touch, speech and eye contact. Manipulation +2 (not opposed) to detect lie
The Dancer: Evade 1 attack, giving the GM 1DP, 1/session
Tabula (data-slate) (Light)
Com-Link V (System, light speed) (Heavy)
Kambra (d6 doses; +1 manipulation for a few hours; 2 stress) (Tiny)
Lie Detector (CYB): See Talent
Name: Vulcan Cricket
Akila never much cared for religion, at least not the Martyr's way, she could talk the talk and motion through the actions, endure the righteous flagellation, but she secretly hated all the inhumanities caused in the name of religion in Zalos. Her own faith was quieter, more flexible. Like the Dancer she was born under she flitted between hard and soft, cold and passionate, hidden and visible. She moved cautiously and found some like minded individuals, built a bit of a network. Found she had a knack for getting forbidden items into places they could bring a tidy profit.
Eventually, it had to happen, someone was less trustworthy than she thought, sold her out. It was the excuse she needed to get out of Zalos and somewhere she could practice in peace, maybe even go legit.
She's trying to go as straight as she can, picked up a ship, found some people she can work with. A perpetual thorn in her side is that however good she is at reading people, her niece's attitude is a mystery to her.