Name: Rumi Ikaruga
Rank: Sith Apprentice
Tier: Low 2
Background: Rumi Ikaruga, is a Sith Apprentice hailing from an Outer Rim planet, his parents sent his sister away to the Jedi temple when he was very young, and he secretly began to work with the force himself as his father trained him in the noble disciples of his warrior culture. Many years after Rumi and his sister separated, she returned to the village as a Sith.
She sought revenge on her parents for the crime of sending her away, and this revenge extended to the entire village, bar Rumi and his wife and child. They escaped but Rumi returned to the ruins of the village to seek out his sister. Seeing her burned corpse being looted by bandits was the final straw and Rumi slaughtered them all. Later feeling shame for his actions, he left his wife and daughter to seek out his sister's killer and learn the truth behind her fall.
10 years later he now serves Kes Okari and the Eternal Empire, using his blade skills to aid their cause and his own.
Speed: High D
Abilities: Beyond Peak Human Durability. Mastery in Shii-Cho. Highly Proficient in Improvised Sabre Combat and Survival Skills. Proficient in Mental Shielding, Throwables, Animal Handling, Makashi, and Form V.
Notable Force Abilities: Proficient in Force Speed and Force Weapon. Skilled in Force Healing.
Balance = Pragmatic Fallen. Midichlorian Count = 14,474.
Equipment: Rumi’s Lightsabers; Family Sword.
Weaknesses: Rumi has next to nothing in offensive or defensive Force Abilities, and a skilled Force user will kill him and laugh as they do so if Rumi cannot close the distance. This reliance on speed and close-quarters combat not only cripples him from a combat encounter standpoint, but also a tactical standpoint. It is not that Rumi does not want to use offensive Force abilities, it is that he literally does not have the capabilities to do so. This is something once can plan for, and easily dispatch him without much effort if planned right. His focus on his goals, and his family heirloom is also a crippling weakness. Likely removing the sword from his possession will cause his to falter at minimum, giving one an opening for a laughably easy kill.