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Number of posts : 292
Skill : 37,780
Force Ability : 12,715
Aim : N/A
Strength : 24,285
Intelligence : 13,545
Army : Sith Order
Master/Apprentice : None
Credits : 395
Weapons : Linked Fiber Cord Saber- Yellow
Registration date : 2008-10-21

PostSubject: Darth Bane   Sun Oct 26, 2008 2:15 am

Characters name: Darth Bane

Race: Human

Starting Planet: Tatooine

Class: Sith

Army: Sith Order

Rank: Darth/Lord

Biography of Character- Born on Apatros in 1,026 BBY to an abusive miner named Hurst, the tall and muscular Dessel, who was known as Des for short, was often bullied by his father and the other miners. Dessel's earliest memory was of his father hitting him—Hurst would often blame his son for the death of his wife, who had died during childbirth. His father also took to blaming him for his own miserable life on Apatros, and Hurst considered Dessel to be the bane of his existence—so much so that he took to calling him "Bane" when he was in his drunken rages. It was a nickname that stuck with his father and amongst his miner friends, and for Dessel, it hurt more than any of the physical beatings that his father would give him. In 1,010 BBY, at the age of sixteen, Dessel began to work in the cortosis mines of his world.

In the face of such adversity, Dessel was often forced to fend for himself. He learned to ignore the constant jibes, threats, and insults directed against him by his father and the other miners, and grew into a strong young man as he worked deep in the cortosis mines. Even at this age, he felt the calls of the Force and its dark side, and after one last and particularly brutal beating at the hands of his father, Dessel used its power to kill him unknowingly, envisioning a giant hand squeezing his father's dark heart, literally willing him to die. He would not understand the part he had played in Hurst's demise until many years later when he discovered that it had been his use of the Force which had allowed him to kill his father.

After Hurst's death, his friends tried to continue with their harassment of Dessel, but the young miner now had the confidence to stand up for himself, and after he handed out dozens of beatings to them in the span of a month, going so far as breaking one man's jaw, his father's old friends decided that it would be better if they just left Dessel alone.

The final straw came one day while Dessel worked a double shift, which was coincidentally the fifth anniversary of Hurst's death. One of his father's friends, a man named Gerd, decided that he would put Dessel in his place. In a drunken stupor, Gerd attacked Dessel and blamed him for Hurst's death. After they wrestled each other into a stalemate position, Gerd mocked him by calling him Bane, pushing Dessel over the edge. Putting Dessel into a lock that left him vulnerable, Gerd attempted to gouge out his opponents eye with a thumb. With a premonition granted by the dark side of the Force, Dessel turned his head and severed Gerd's thumb with his teeth.

This fight led to his suspension from his mining job, but luckily for Des, a Republic cargo ship had arrived that day to pick up cortosis supplies. Using his suspension to arrive before the rest of the miners at the company-run casino in Groshik's cantina, Dessel used his gambling talents to clean out the crew of the ship in a game of sabacc. Successfully driving every other player out of the game, Dessel played his final hand against a young ensign, and both ended up with an Idiot's Array, the rarest hand possible. In a final round where whoever was dealt the highest card would win, both players received nine. In the next sudden death round, Dessel got a nine, beating the ensign's eight, and giving him sabacc and the ten thousand credit sabacc pot.

His success, which mixed with the disparaging remarks he made against the Republic during the game, led the ensign and his friends among the crew to attack Dessel as he left the cantina. Easily dominated by the miner in physical combat, the ensign attacked Dessel with a vibroblade. However, Dessel's subconscious use of the Force allowed him to detect the weapon, turning it against the ensign and killing him. Outmatched, the other Republic soldiers fled to alert their superiors. Dessel was forced to turn to one of his few friends, the Neimoidian barkeeper Groshik. Groshik used his contacts to save Dessel from being caught and imprisoned by Republic forces by arranging to have him smuggled off planet to join the Sith Army.

After being smuggled off Apatros, Dessel joined the Brotherhood of Darkness as a foot soldier, rising to the rank of sergeant in a Sith unit known as the Gloom Walkers. Dessel's use of the Force made him an excellent soldier and commander, and he was able to guide his unit away from certain death many times. He used his Force powers to sense enemies and navigate through the wroshyr forests of Kashyyyk during the Battle of Kashyyyk, earning him the trust of the Gloom Walkers over that of the unit's commander, Ulabore. Though Ulabore took credit for his unit's victories, everyone in the company knew it was Dessel who was responsible. The Gloom Walkers soon became one of the most famous of the Sith's infantry units, and they were sent on the most important and critical of missions. However, things changed for Dessel after the Gloom Walkers received an order regarding the Battle of Phaseera, which Ulabore knew to be a tactical mistake but decided to follow it anyway since he was afraid to face the Sith Lord who had issued the order. Dessel mutinied and punched Ulabore in the face, knocking him out cold, and then proceeded to lead the squad into battle. After being blinded by a flash grenade, Dessel could still "see" where all the Republic soldiers were—he managed to kill each soldier with a sniper rifle in the space of a few seconds. Though he did not know it at the time, he had unconsciously used the Force. After the battle, Dessel discovered that Ulabore had informed the Sith Lord Kopecz of his actions. Expecting to be court-martialed, Dessel was saved from this fate by the Dark Lord, who offered to take him to Korriban where he could enroll at the Sith Academy—Dessel accepted Kopecz's offer.

Having been offered the chance to create a new identity for himself, Dessel thought back to the cruelty of his father, and decided to take a new name, one which would signify his new life—Bane.

Class Powers:

Starting Power for Sith-

Skill- 350
Force Ability- 300
Aim- N/A
Strength- 100
Intelligence- 150

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