Name: Markus Dorivonn

Rank: Jedi Knight

Tier: High 3

Background: Markus Dorivonn was a force-sensitive individual who served as a Jedi Knight in the Galactic Republic. Born to Lyra Dorivonn on the planet Naboo in 37 BBY, Markus was found in a search for force users, taken in, and given training under Jedi Master Shaak Ti. During his training, he befriended Master Plo Koon. The death of his friend and Master scarred him for life and he was never the same. He was a member of the 104th Battalion under Plo Koon as a Padawan to begin his training in a combat setting.

Just before he completed his training, he first handed watched the Day of Chaos unfold and his Master, Shaak Ti was killed. The event scarred him for life and he was never the same.

Speed: Middle D

Abilities: Mastery of Shii-Cho and Throwables. Highly Proficient in Mental Shielding, Temple Hand-to-Hand Combat, Ataru, Camouflage, Slicing, and Survival Skills. Proficient in Soresu, Form V, Espionage, Mechanical Mind, Ground Vehicles, and Crafting. Skilled in Makashi and Environmental Conditioning.

Notable Force Abilities: Mastery in Force Push and Pull. Proficient in Standard Padawan Abilities.

  • Balance = 43. Midichlorian Count = 11,192.

Equipment: Jedi Robes and Tunic; Markus’s Lightsaber; 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 Lightsaber Repair Tools; 2 RSKF-44 Blaster Pistols with Holsters.

Weaknesses: Markus is extremely unwilling to participate in high-casualty battles, the effects of the Day of Chaos still weighing down on his consciousness. Manipulating a combat scenario where Markus is exposed to a high number of casualties, especially those he is aligned with or responsible for, will have devastating psychological effects that can be exploited in a fight. The death of his master, Shaak Ti, is a sore spot for him, and this should be brought up where possible to cause him to lose control in combat. Markus’s blaster deflection/reflection forms are weaker than his offensive forms, so overwhelming blaster fire is a recommended strategy.