Name: Tarre Vizsla

Rank: Mand'alor the Divine

Tier: Low 0

Background: Tarre Vizsla was a Force-sensitive human male who, as a child, was eventually inducted into the Jedi Order, becoming the first Mandalorian to do so. According to legend, Vizsla created the Darksaber during his time as a Jedi. The Darksaber became the symbol of leadership for House Vizsla of Mandalore; Tarre Vizsla led his people with the saber, eventually becoming his planet's Mand'alor. Tarre ended up in the future, similar to all the others who have done so, and now seeks to understand the newest position of Mandalore and its people.

Speed: Middle B

Abilities: Superhuman Strength and Durability. The Mastery of Mandalorian Hand-to-Hand. Extreme Mastery in Weapon Instinct, all standard Hand-to-Hand combat types, and Shii-Cho. Mastery of All Weapon Types, Ataru, and Form V. Highly Proficient in Mental Shielding and Mandalorian Protector Hand-to-Hand. Proficient in Crafting and Mechanical Mind.

Notable Force Abilities: THE Master of Force Body. Extreme Mastery in Force Valour. Mastery of Force Weapon. High Proficiency in his own version of Crucitorn, Valetorn. Valetorn is similar to Crucitorn except it focuses on the self, allowing one to ignore their pain. Proficient in Force Suppression, Plant Surge, standard Knight Light Side abilities, and Force Breach. Skilled in Force Crush and the Telekinetic Lightsaber Technique. Training in Ionize.

  • Balance = 96. Midichlorian Count = 15,788.

Equipment: Tarre’s Lightsaber; Tarre’s Beskar Armour; Tarre’s Beskar Vambraces

Weaknesses: Tarre has almost no offensive Force Abilities whatsoever, his powers focusing on honing the body to be better suited for combat. However, one must watch out for his Force Breach. His combination of Force Valour, Body and Valetorn means Tarre can ignore all pain or injuries to keep fighting, however, once he enters this state, he will likely not know when it is time to retreat due to not feeling pain. Use this against him by driving his body to the brink of physical collapse without him being aware of it. Tarre has utter belief in the Mandalorians and their way of life, and if one could find a way to weaken or shatter this in combat, he would become extremely unfocused and easy to kill.