From The Old Republic Roleplay
Class: Bounty Hunter
Class focus: Bodyguard (Healer)
Primary profession: Mercenary
Secondary profession: Field Medic
Tertiary profession: Sabateur
Weight: 143 lb
Eye color: Red (natural)
Hair color: Blue (dyed)
Skin color: Blue (natural)
Marital status: Married
Relatives: Alah'vera'nuruodo (Daughter; Deceased); Alah'thomm'nuruodo (Husband; Deceased)
High tolerance to pain; projectile weaponry expertise; weapons fabrication; computer expertise
Varied per contract; fondness for wrist mounted weaponry, and dual-pistols
Alhavina is known to carry no personal items on her person's. All attempts to access her ship have failed.
I'm here for fortune, and fame, in that order. ~ Said By Alhavina upon landing on Nar Shaddaa for the first time.
Alhavina (pronounced: AH-LL-HAVE-EE-NAH) is a former officer of the Imperial Navy who now works throughout the galaxy as a bounty hunter. (On The Ebon Hawk server of Star Wars: The Old Republic)
Outside of official Imperial documentation, very little is known about the subject's life prior to bounty hunting. She graduated from the most prestigious Imperal Naval Academy, and was recruited immediately into active duty aboard logistical vessels within the fleet where she excelled. While keeping the notion that Officers and Crewmen can get along, Alhavina retained leadership and discipline qualities. She was reported as being understanding, but demanding, of those placed in her charge. When a high ranking Admiral came across her file, he demanded to have such an officer on his own vessel. However is intentions were to use Alhavina as his own personal cabin girl, she refused his advances, placed him under arrest, and reported him immediately. In doing so, she commandeered the vessel she was thereby stationed on, continued it's mission, and upon completion, reported directly to the High Admiral. Impressed by her action, leadership, and assertiveness, Alhavina was given the rank of First Mate among a front line Imperial-class cruiser. There she remained, second in command. At the peak of her career, Alhavina married Alah'thomm'nuruodo, an officer aboard another vessel. They infrequently spent time together, and showed very little affection for each other in public as reports indicate they had never been seen embracing, or even holding hands. Some reports suggest they showed no affection for each other at their wedding. Evidently they did at some point, as roughly a year after their wedding, Alhavina was given leave from duty for maternal reasons, giving birth to a healthy Chiss baby girl.
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Sergeant Alah'vera'nuruodo was among the casualties whose bodies were found and returned home for proper funerals.
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Sources indicate nearly thirty-thousand people were killed when an eighty storey apartment building collapsed. Witnesses reported several explosions coming from the lower storeys, likely the cause of the failure in the structure that collapsed. Among the survivors was a woman who lived on the 84th floor who was jettisoned from her bedroom through the window during an explosion. Investigators said the woman was lucky to have landed on a passing speeder, though her injuries are severe, it's possible she'll survive.
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To: Imperial Intelligence Officer <Classified>
From: Doctor <Classified>
I've completed my analysis of the <subject>. I feel it is necessary to encourage you to withdraw <the subjects> files. It is highly unlikely the she will ever recover to the full extent of service as prior to the <incident>.
Signed, Doctor <Classified>
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To: Doctor <Classified>
From: IIO <Classified>
Subject: RE; <Classified>
Thank you, Doctor, for your analysis of <subject>. Imperial High Command agrees with you, and starting immediately, <subject>'s status will be terminated, and all benefits revoked.
While medical personnel at the infirmary where Alhavina was being kept did as little as they were permitted to do to make her as comfortable as possible, an unknown scout for the Mandalorian Enclave and Bounty Hunter Guild came across the woman. It was decided that should she recover, she could be of great use to the BHG, and the Mandalorian Enclave, and as a result, they decided to fund the reconstruction for Alhavina, as little as possible, of course. Alhavina was given none of the expensive bacta or kolto treatments, or even anesthesia during operations unless it was absolutely necessary. She would make a full recovery. Eventually.
Current History and Status
Rage is a hell of an anesthetic. ~ Said By Zaeed Massani
Upon recovery, Alhavina has gone on to compete in a Great Hunt. She travels amongst the galaxy picking up pretty much any job that offers credits.
Her methods are unorthodox, often sparing people just to please her little slicer companion with motives unknown.
Several reports are on file regarding burn victims about a crazy Chiss woman matching the subject's description setting them ablaze via wrist mounted flamethrower over 'innocent' flirtations.
Alhavina has unknown affiliations at this time outside of picking up contracts for the Mandalorian Enclave, or the Bounty Hunter Guild. She appears to be freelance, and taking jobs from anyone willing to pay her the proper sum of credits based on her work.
Alhavina is tricky in that her mood tempers her. While on the job she remains calm, and collected, with a mind for strategic take downs of targets. Team members known to have failed to co-operate in strategic execution of missions have been known to be abandoned the moment a mission was completed. Military training makes Alhavina a very adaptable warrior, customizing her own combat methods to accentuate those of her comrades on larger contracts. Still recovering from wounds sustained prior to the start of her career as a bounty hunter, Alhavina is known to be easily agitable, particularly when recieving medical treatment. Due to past history, Alhavina has a high threshold for pain; feeling it and ignoring it, is not the same as not feeling it at all. While Alhavina retains honor for her prey, failure to capture or kill on the first attempt results in Alhavina returning with the goal of succeeding, nearly regardless in what it takes. Subtlety is not a strong suit of Alhavina's.