C H A R O N
Intent: To create the director of Operations for Balmorran Arms
Image Credit: Dune Wiki
Role: Caretaker and Operational Director of Balmorran Arms
Force Sensitivity: Non-Force User
Species: Human, Balmorran
Appearance: Short and Stout. Roughly 1.68m and 97.5224kg
Name: Illyns Phaygus
Loyalties: Balmorran Arms
Notable Possessions: -
Skills: Engineer, Mechanic, Technician, Businessman
Personality: Extremely business oriented, somewhat apathetic to intergalactic affairs. If it doesn't benefit Balmorran, he's unlikely to want to be involved.
Weapon of Choice: Dirty Tricks, Ranged Weaponry
Combat Function: Preferably command or support.
Business Acumen: Shrewd negotiatior, fantastic with money, great at watching the market.
Innovator: Great at finding solutions in abstract situations and overall problem solving.
Brilliant Engineer: Able to solve complex mathematics quickly without a computer to aid him, and very good at working with technology.
Aging: Older than he used to be, Illyns is physically slow and often gets around via repulsorchair.
Morbidly Obese: Due to irregularities in his genetic code as well as tragedies during youth that left him physically frail and unable to exercise, Illyns is extremely overweight.
Born on Balmorran, Illyns was groomed nearly from birth to sit the head position at one of the Galaxy's most prestigious Arms Companies. It had changed hands many times over the last millennia, but his family remained heavily ingrained in its operations for generations. While they initially found great disdain for how it was handed off to an offworlder once he assumed the majority shares, Illyns came to embrace Alkor Centaris' hands off manner because it left everyday factory life to the people who knew it best.
They came to work closely together, with Alkor using his proclivity for wandering to close business deals for Phaygus, who was rendered largely immobile during his younger days.
Phaygus spent his best years studying all manner of mechanics, engineering, and honing his skills to be an operator himself; alas, fate dealt him a poor hand, and the man became largely confined to a management role. Having never reproduced, and with no likelihood of ever passing his family name on, Illyns treats Alkor like the son he never had.