Name: Evaar'la Mereel
Rank: Mandalorian Protector
Tier: Low 1
Background: Evaar'la Mereel was a Mandalorian Protector and the leader of the Mandalorian Protectors after 20 BBY in the Universe of Prophecy. He was a Zeltron male trained by the Protectors for most of his lifetime, eventually mastering their unique hand-to-hand style after years of grueling training and trials. Evaar'la was defined and well known for his mix of defensive and aggressive combat, using Protector hand-to-hand with his other gadgets and weapons, which made him a formidable foe to many. He was dedicated to Mandalore's protection and was willing to sacrifice whatever he had to keep Mandalore and it's people safe, he would let no one stand in the way of Mandalore's safety...
Speed: Low B Combat Speed
Abilities: The Master in Mandalorian Protector Hand-to-Hand. The Mastery in Mental Shielding and Espionage. Extreme Mastery in Mandalorian Hand-to-Hand, Mandalorian Sabre Combat, Weapon Instinct, and Aerial Hand-to-Hand Combat. Mastery in all weapon types, Throwables, Jetpacks, and Ground Vehicles. Highly Proficient in Explosives and Echani Hand-to-Hand Combat. Proficient in Deception and Survival Skills. Skilled in Camouflage and Traps.
Equipment: Evaar’la’s Beskar Armour; Z-6 Jetpack; Extreme Mastery in Wrist Rocket Launchers; GALAAR-15 Blaster Carbine; WESTAR-35 Blaster Pistol; 4 Thermal Detonators; Ancient Single-Blade Lightsaber; 1 Scout Probe Droid.
Weaknesses: Evaar’la is more protective over the Mandalorian people than any other Protector, willing to kill anyone and anything that threatens the Mandalorian people. As such, creating or manipulating combat scenarios that seriously threaten or danger the Mandalorian people will cause him to become either foolish or distracted. Though one must be careful for a non-Force User version of the Boomerang Effect. Evaar’la is somewhat reliant on the invulnerability his Protector Hand-to-Hand provides, so will not be expecting an overwhelming physical force, so this can catch him off guard and thus turn the tide of a battle against him.