Name: Kit Fisto
Rank: Jedi Master
Tier: High 1
Background: Kit Fisto was a renowned male Nautolan Jedi Master in the waning years of the Galactic Republic. In 41 BBY he took Bant Eerin as his Padawan. He later trained Nahdar Vebb as his Padawan to knighthood as well. During the Clone Wars, he served as a Jedi General in the Grand Army of the Republic, as well as a member of the Jedi High Council.
Fisto participated in and survived the Battle of Geonosis and led a team in the assault during the Battle of Mon Calamari. Fisto was also present at Kamino, where he pushed the limits of the Jedi Code with his relationship with fellow Jedi Aayla Secura, whose life he saved during the battle. On a mission to recapture Trade Federation Viceroy Nute Gunray, Fisto came face to face with General Grievous, nearly defeating the Jedi killer. However, the tide of the battle changed when Grievous activated his personal droid bodyguards and then slew Fisto's newly Knighted former Padawan, Nahdar Vebb.
Kit Fisto was later promoted to the Jedi High Council, where he has since served over the last 2 years.
Speed: Low B
Abilities: The Master of Shii-Cho. Extreme Mastery of Form V, Jar’Kai, Environmental Conditioning, and Ataru. Mastery of Martial Weapons, Mental Shielding, and Temple Hand-to-Hand.
Notable Force Abilities: The Master of Force Water Orb. Mastery in Standard Council Light Side abilities, Tutaminis, Biological Telepathy that allows him to sense fear and uncertainty in those around him. Skilled in Malacia and Crucitorn
Balance = 51. Midichlorian Count = 13,882.
Equipment: Kit Fisto’s Lightsaber; Jedi Robes; Utility Belt with: Survival Rations in the form of capsules, a Hush-98 comlink, a Fibercord Grappling Hook and/or a Grappling Spike Launcher, a Holoprojector, a Holomap, an A99 Aquata Breather, a Jedi Beacon Transceiver, a Glowrod, and Lightsaber Repair Tools.
Weaknesses: Being mostly a Form I user, Fisto does not do well against a singular opponent. As such, it is expected that stagnated attacks (with significant time between them) from multiple opponents could work, with a subbing out system allowing combatants to recover while Kit does multiple one-on-one combat sessions. The Form being quite aggressive as it has a lot of moves that would be fatal if the user does not hold back, and as such, one can expect Kit to hold back somewhat in combat. As such, an aggressive front should be put forward, in order to put the Jedi Master on the backfoot.