What is good in life?
"To crush your enemies,
see them driven before you,
and to hear the lamentations of their women."
OUT OF CHARACTER INFORMATION
- Intent: A badass Gamorrean
- Image Credit:
- Mandalorian Mercs Krayt Clan Emblem by Mercs.Firespray
- Source: https://www.artstation.com/artwork/oYl4
- Gamorrean Warlord by Dio Mahesa
[*]Role: Bareesh Kajidic Elite Enforcer
- Age: 40
- Force Sensitivity: Force Sensitive
- Species: Gamorrean
- Appearance: Tall as a young tree, the barrel chest Hundredman embodies the typified visage of a Gamorrean, if that Gamorrean were buffer than a Bull Rancor. His skin is the pallor of rough cut jade and he sports a bare, gleaming dome.
- Name: Ronun Hundredman
- Loyalties: Bareesh Kajidic
- Wealth: Only what he carries with him.
- Notable Possessions: A big metal club.
Bodily Enhancement: Ronun, though untrained, naturally uses the Force to increase his physical prowess a hundredfold, thus his name: Hundredman.
[*]Personality: Despite his foreboding appearance, Ronun has an amiable personality. He likes to make new friends and has a soft spot for children, since he has several young nieces and nephews back home on Gamorr. He is exceptionally polite, but once roused to wrath he is quick to bring ruin.
- Weapon of Choice: A big metal club.
- Combat Function: Ronun is an avatar of battle. He slathers himself in dye from the Norris root every morning before donning his durasteel armor and vambraces. He is obscenely strong and faster than one would expect, but he has no skill with ranged weaponry. In fact, if he was stuck fighting at a distance, his only recourse would be to throw something very large and very heavy at the enemy and hope that it hit.
By the time Ronun Hundredman came into Gorba's service, he was already a legend. On Gamorr, they tell tall tales of his adventures throughout Hutt Space: on Ylesia, Ronun once punched out a charging bull reek with his bare hand; on Tatooine, he buried his vibroaxe so deep in the skull of a Krayt dragon that it took ten men to pull it out; in the desert of Nar Kreeta, a sarlacc swallowed him whole, but Ronun cut his way free. Or so the stories go.
Eventually, Gorba could no longer stand hearing tales of this Gamorrean Giant and sought him out. Strangely enough, Ronun Hundredman seems happy to serve at the Hutt's behest, though Gorba is paranoid that one day the green king will simply decide to kill him. Worst of all, Gorba is not quite sure how he would be able to stop that from happening.