Name: Standard Cuy'val Dar

Rank: Cuy'val Dar

Tier: Middle 2

Background: The Cuy'val Dar were a group of one hundred individuals summoned by Mandalorian bounty hunter Jango Fett, to come to the watery world of Kamino to train clone troopers for the Galactic Republic. Of these one hundred males and females, seventy-five were Mandalorians like Fett, and in the Mandalorian language Cuy'val Dar meant "those who no longer exist"—a name stemming from the need for these individuals to disappear to Kamino without contact with the outside galaxy due to the secrecy surrounding the developing Grand Army of the Republic.

For close to ten years, these one hundred training sergeants trained the Grand Army's ten thousand clone commandos until their deployment at the Battle of Geonosis in 22 BBY, which sparked the galactic Clone Wars. With their contract up, many of the Cuy'val Dar trainers went back to their lives, but a small number continued professional relations with the Republic, returning to train further generations of clones on Kamino, and later cross-training standard clone soldiers with commando skills.

Speed: Low C Combat Speed

Abilities: Mastery in Jetpacks, Throwables, Mandalorian Hand-to-Hand Combat, All Weapon Types, and Camouflage. Highly Proficient in Weapon Instinct, Manipulation, Hunting/Tracking, Mandalorian Sabre Combat, Projectors, Survival Skills, Energy Shields, Espionage, Traps, Explosives, Mental Shielding, Deception, Slicing, Ship Boarding, Vehicle Boarding, and Ground Vehicles. Skilled in Treatment & Aid.

Equipment: Mandalorian Beskar Armour; Z-6 jetpack; Mastery in Flamethrower and Wrist Rocket Launchers; GALAAR-15 Blaster Carbine; WESTAR-35 Blaster Pistol; 4 Thermal Detonators.

Weaknesses: The Cuy’val Dar do not wish to put themselves in too great of a spotlight, and the few that remain do so because the life of the Cuy’val Dar is what they have known for so long. As such, in a combat scenario, one can expect they will do what they can to draw attention away from themselves; something that can be exploited by a mindful combatant. Most of the Cuy’val Dar care greatly for the troops they trained, and as such, can be manipulated over their familial feelings towards their charges.

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