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Class focus: Mercenary
Primary profession: Clan Chieftain
Secondary profession: Engineer
Tertiary profession: Mercenary
Height: 1,94 metres
Weight: 95 kilogrammes
Eye color: Blue
Hair color: Gray (formerly black)
Skin color: Tan
Faction: Mandalorians, Sith Empire
Birthplace: Concord Dawn
Marital status: Married
Relatives: Clan Fergo
Skilled electircal engineer and mechanic
Bedraal Fergo was born on Concord Dawn to Melida Tir, a former martial arts instructor and a Teräs Käsi master. Melida, a native of Panatha, worked around the galaxy with her lover; a mercenary named Lio Zak. As civil unrest broke out in the Geris system, Lio was hired as security detail by a govenment official on Geris VI. A few days after they arrived, however, Melida discovered she was preagnant. To remain close to Lio but safe from harm, she moved to the neighbouring planet of Concord Dawn.
On Concord Dawn, Melida lived in the home of Vollan Kar'ta, a Mandalorian blacksmith and a former collegue of Lio's. As she waited for Lio to return, she took it upon herself to take care of Vollan's household. In weeks, the two became close, and Vollan even taught her the fundementals of Mandalorian life. Feeling guilty about her emotional involvement with the Mandalorian, Melida attempted to contact Lio, but to no avail. In three month's time, news reached the Kar'ta household that Lio Zark and his security team had been killed in action.
The Great War
Blockade of the Hydian Way
The Sith Empire
Compelled by the resol'nare to follow Mand'alor when called upon, Bedraal eagerly joined the clans on Geonosis for the event not seen for generations: the formation of a fighting force rallied by a sole leader. Although reluctant to accept the alliegience between the Mandalorians and the Sith Empire at first, the promise of glorious battles ahead outweighed the partial loss of independence.
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