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Aken Bosch

Become the Crisis

NAME: Aken Bosch
FACTION: Sith Empire
RANK: Grand Admiral, Imperial Navy
AGE: 60
HEIGHT: 5'11"
WEIGHT: 170lbs
EYES: Green
HAIR: Brown, with a bit of greying
SKIN: White with a modest tan


STRENGTHS AND WEAKNESSES (Required: 2 Weaknesses Minimum) :
+Loyalty: Bosch has served loyally in the Imperial fleet since his induction. His loyalty is, to say the least, unquestionable.
+Tactician: Bosch has been around long enough to work as part of and to command a fleet.
-Fatigue: Bosch is reaching his elder years, and as such will likely be defeated in a physical battle.
-Modest Xenophobia: A traditional Imperialist, Bosch frowns upon, but does not blatantly discriminate against, non-humans.

Iceni (Tulak-Hord-class Star Destroyer)

Aken Bosch was born in 971ABY to a small, albeit relatively wealthy family on Bastion. His zeal for the Empire was unmatched, and he quickly went to the Imperial Academy in order for him to get into the military as a naval man. He passed his tests with relatively high scores and found himself assigned as the leader of the 185th TIE Fighter squadron. His ruthless war on piracy and human slavery rose him up the ranks to captain, and he was eventually given command of the(by now aging) Invictus-class Star Destroyer Royal Jewel to further his war on piracy. His campaign resulted in a 95% drop in attacks on civilian and military vessels by pirates and earned him the rank of Commodore.

Promoted to Grand Admiral by @[member="Gregor Gideon"], leader of the Inquisitorius and direct underling of now-former Emperor @[member="Tyrin Ardik"], the new leader of the Imperial Navy began to swiftly pull out a massive retrofit of the fleet, an attempt to restore and compensate for the distinct lack of progress the navy had made. War on the horizon meant that troubles were just beginning for the new Naval Commander.