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RODRIGUEZ, OFFICER

Captain of the USCSS Montero

FULL NAME: Emanuel Rodriguez
AGE:

PERSONALITY: Thrifty

You're tired of being a corporate cog and want out. If you could finally get enough money to get your own ship, you could start controlling your own destiny on the Frontier. The company has offered you a lease-to-buy option on the Montero, but that doesn't make any sense unless you can afford to overhaul her for better cargo runs. Without an engine upgrade to allow her to tractor bigger loads, you are losing thousands of dollars every day. You need to find a way to make enough money to lease the Montero and upgrade her, or better yet, go independent and replace her with a newer ship.

 

SIGNATURE ITEM:

BUDDY:

RIVAL:

STRENGTH 4
AGILITY 3
WITS 2
EMPATHY 5

HEALTH: ❑❑❑❑

STRESS LEVEL: ❑❑❑

SKILLS:

Ranged Combat: 1
Mobility: 1
Piloting: 2
Observation: 2
Medical Aid: 1
Command: 3

TALENT: Pull Rank

RANGED COMBAT (AGILITY)

If you have a gun, you can take down your enemy from a distance without getting your hands bloody. Use the RANGED COMBAT skill to fire all types of ranged weapons. Read more about ranged combat in Chapter 4.

FAILURE: The shot misses your target. Maybe it hits something else? And the sound of gunfire could attract unwelcome attention…

SUCCESS: You hit, and inflict damage equal to the weapon’s Damage rating to your opponent.

STUNTS: For every extra you roll, choose one of these stunts:

You inflict one more point of damage. You can choose this stunt multiple times if you roll several.

You pin down your enemy. They need to make an immediate Panic Roll.

You position yourself and get to exchange your initiative score with your enemy, taking effect next turn. You can’t go back to your earlier initiative.

Your target drops a weapon or another hand-held object. You choose which.

Your opponent falls to the ground or is pushed back, for example through an airlock.

TAKING COVER: When bullets start flying, it's often a good idea to seek cover behind something sturdy.