Name: Darth Salvis
Rank: Dark Councillor
Tier: Low 1
Background: Darth Salvis was a Sith Lord and a Dark Councillor in the Eternal Empire. His family were a part of the Kissai caste, which was the case for those who used Sith Sorcery. He was raised on Zakuul, with a family who lived in exile, due to the people of the Red Sith species being hunted. His family kept quiet about their force powers, as to not attract unwanted attention which lead to him not being trained as a kid.
After the death of his parents, he joined the Eternal Empires academy, and due to being force sensitive, became a Sith Acolyte. Because of his books about the powers of the Kissai caste, and Sith sword combat, he was able to learn different abilities that the other acolytes, which eventually got him a seat on the Dark Council.
He was part of the attack force leading the Korriban attack, and spent many weeks on Korriban gathering knowledge from different tombs and holocrons.
Speed: Middle C
Abilities: Mastery in Sith Sword Combat, Mental Shielding, Zakuul Hand-to-Hand, and Ground Vehicles.
Notable Force Abilities: Extreme Mastery in Force Blast and Odojinya. Mastery in Waves of Darkness and Qâzoi Kyantuska. Highly Proficient in Dark Side Tendrils, Dark Energy Trap, False Light Side Aura, Sith Alchemy, Sith Sorcery, and Sutta Chwituskak. Proficient in Standard Dark Councillor Abilities. Begun training in Psychometry.
Balance = Pragmatic Fallen. Midichlorian Count = 14,264.
Equipment: Salvis’s armour; Salvis’s Sith Sword; Sith Robes.
Weaknesses: Salvis is almost reliant on his Sith Sorcery and Magic, and thus he requires a lot of preparation and time to cast many of his abilities. As such, attacking him on one’s own terms, and pushing an aggressive front is key to defeating him; as he is lacklustre in the standard methods of fighting. Salvis underestimates all his opponents greatly, due to his extreme prejudiced views, and thus many combatants can get the jump on him for such attitudes. His goal, making the Sith species great once more, could easily be twisted to the point of turning against his allies; if one were a skilled enough manipulator to make him believe so.