Name: CA-4012 "Reaver"
Tier: Low 2
Background: CA-4012 or CT-4012 "Reaver" was originally a normal clone trooper and fought with the 327th during the early stages of the Clone Wars. He was noted to have a talent with heavy and melee weapons, often carrying axes into close quarters combat.
He appeared to prefer the heavy E-WEB in medium range engagements, citing overwhelming firepower as being the fastest solution to most problems. CT-4012's talent with such brutal weapons as well as his reportedly aggressive personality led to his nickname, Reaver. During one particularly scarring battle after Reaver's entire squad had been decimated by an enemy ambush he received a 'vision', or more likely an adrenaline induced hallucination.
It was this 'vision' that led to his zealous loyalty to the republic, as well as his extreme religious tendencies. His ramblings about the republic led to him being discharged from the 327th, after which his talent was eventually noted by the Clone Assassin Division and he was trained into the least assassin-like assassin of the entire unit. Recently Reaver participated in both the Salteract campaign and the Bunduki campaign, demonstrating his loyalty to the republic and his fanatic desire to deliver justice to all he deems as having broken its laws.
Speed: Low C Combat Speed
Abilities: Mastery in Teras Kasi, Blaster Cannons, Blaster Carbines, and Martial Weapons. Highly Proficient in Deception, Hunting/Tracking, Mental Shielding, Espionage, and Arm Vibroblades. Proficient in Traps, Blaster Pistols, Sniper Rifles, Throwables, Jetpacks, Chemistry, and Blaster Rifles. Skilled in Cloaking Devices and Ground Vehicles.
Equipment: Clone Assassin Armour; 2 Arm Vibroblades; 2 Vibroaxes; DC-17; Reaver’s Blaster Carbine; Poison Kit; 2 Smoke Grenades; 2 Flash Grenades; Utility Belt with: Ammunition, Grappling Hook, Basic Medical Supplies, Multitool; Reaver’s Prayer Book.
Weaknesses: Reaver is extremely loyal, to the point of impotence on occasion. If one were to manipulate him over this, and get him to betray the Republic, it would utterly crush his spirit, regardless of if it took place in a combat scenario or not. His prayer book is extremely precious to him, and destroying it or targeting it in a combat scenario is likely to cause him to become distracted and to leave his guard open. Insulting his religion is likely to have the same effect. Reaver often picks the easiest and most direct solution. Not only does this make him easy to predict on occasion, but it can be used to place him into a scenario upon which he may not survive.