Young Human Sith Sorcerer [Casca1967]
I am GMing a Star Wars Saga Edition Campaign currently running during the Great Hyperspace War. I have written a most intriguing character, a re-occuring villain.
The idea is that Naga Sadow, in preperation for the invasion has been rounding up (not him personally) force sensitive children and introducing them to the arts of Sith Sorcery. The things these children are subjected to are horrid and those that survive the process become the deadly pawns of the Sith Lord, who takes a direct hand in the forming of these children.
Since few have survived this horrifying transformation there is no unifying aspect to these children, other than their loyalty to Naga Sadow. Some are simply rabid and primal, drawing from the raw essence of the Dark Side. Others simply take a childish joy in pain, destruction and fear; to control the elements that most likely controlled their lives for so long.
This one girl in question is almost catatonic in her normal motions; her emotions only coming forth when she calls upon the Dark Side of the Force. There is a real passion for fear and pain that manifests itself in hauntingly controlled eyes, her sneer and laugh. She is loyal to the Dark Lord not out of fear or love but simply because that is the existence that she now lives in, an existence she not only accepts but also thrives in.
She would be around 9 or 10 and there needs to be an almost "immaculate" appearance about her. Almost like Wednesday Addams but rather than a humorous undertone, its a sinister one - she's no longer a child.
A challenge indeed but I'd love to see someone take a crack at it. Hopefully a chance to add a new layer to the "Dark Side of the Force"
To me the Dark Side during the Rebellion Era/Clone Wars is about espionage, subtlety and manipulation. The Dark Side of the Old Republic is about brute force and strength of will, to break what doesn't bend. The Dark Side of the Great Hyperspace war, and those who have read the Dark Horse Tales of the Jedi comics will agree, is primal, super natural and borderline horrific - in short I love that feel.