• Name: Micah tol Powl
• Political Allegience: The Immortal Sith Emperor
• Status: Currently a prisoner of the Silver Jedi Order
• Race/Species: Cathar (Myr Rho)
• Age: Youngling
• Gender: Male
• Height: 130 cm
• Weight: 28 kg
• Fur Color: Tabby (Orange/Cream/Yellow)
• Eye Color: Amber
• Build: Lithe (Acrobat)
• Homeworld: Bastion
• Occupation: Student, Royal Academy at Bastion
• Force Sensitive: Yes
• Force User Ranking: Initiate
• Voice Sample: Eamon Pirruccello
.:STRENGTHS AND WEAKNESSES
[ + ] Child Mage (Cats Are Magic).
[ + ] Badass Bookworm (Black Mage).
[ + ] Tranquil Fury.
[+/-] Face of an Angel, Mind of a Demon (Wicked Cultured).
[ - ] You Must Be This Tall To Ride This Ride
[ - ] Glass Cannon (Squishy Wizard)
[ - ] Just a Kid.
• Alignment: Neutral
• Class/Subclass: Sith Hopeful (Sorcerer)
• Known Masters: TBD
• Contemporaries: TBD
• Lightsaber: The Lightsaber of Micah tol Powl
• Primary Form: Form I Shii-cho
• Influences: Form VII Juyo | Zhaboka
• HoloStation Switch
• Go Mobile Wristlink
• Zhaboka (Sith Training Saber)
• Sith Spellbook
• Sith Academy Robe
The son of a merchant family that struggled to raise itself from out of the middle class, Micah is both pawn and lynch-pin to schemes that began before he was born.
While still in utereo, the tol Powl family used what resources it had to commission the services of an Imperial doctor in order to bring their fetus in line with their designs for the next generation. Originally, the job was mere midi-Chlorian manipulation, to increase the likelihood that the child would be Force sensitive. When the developing fetus was determined to be female however, the genetic engineering was expanded to include chromosome alteration so that the child would be born male, as a firstborn son was seem as a more auspicious birth than that of a daughter.
The investment paid its dividends three-fold when Micah was determined to be Force sensitive while a toddler. The tol Powl family eagerly handed their child over to the Sith Empire and were rewarded for their loyalty with social and economic incentives that guaranteed their place among the bourgeois elite of Bastion's neo-Imperial families.