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Ayiti Leos

Post by Rocketcat on Fri Aug 11, 2017 8:07 pm

Ayiti Leos was born on Kahje to a poor drell family and trained by the hanar as an assassin under the Compact. Like most Compact assassins, Ayiti made her first kill at the age of 12. Despite the hanar's best efforts, Ayiti was reckless, undisciplined and constantly questioning the authority of her tutors. She was reprimanded several times over her short career as an assassin for stealing valuable items from assassination targets, and her atheism - unusual in a drell, and even more so in an assassin - put her at odds with the majority of the Compact assassins.

At the age of 18 she broke contact with her handlers, stowed away on a diplomatic ship bound for the Citadel and stole a small ship of her own; a move which both upset the hanar enough to dispatch an assassin to either bring her in or kill her, and started her new career as a professional thief. Living aboard her tiny ship for most of the next year, Ayiti targeted high-security museums and art galleries across asari space. Rather than taking heist jobs directly, she preferred to steal things first, and then sell them to whoever was buying. The money was of secondary importance to the fun, and Ayiti charged only as much as she needed for supplies. Once she found out the hanar had sent an assassin after her, she began goading them by leaving them coded messages in place of valuable items she'd stolen. This eventually blew up in her face when the assassin, a drell by the name of Niku Kaek, tracked her to her ship.

Kaek lay in wait for nine hours while Ayiti celebrated her 19th birthday with an ambitious heist on T'mela Memorial Gallery on Illium, returning with an intricately carved marble statuette of the goddess Athame. Catching sight of a reflection of setting sunlight on Kaek's sniper scope, Ayiti blocked his shot with the statuette, deflecting the bullet. Kaek's round destroyed the statuette and blew a sizeable hole in her shoulder, but Ayiti made it to her ship before Kaek could take a second shot. Fortunately for Ayiti, with her head-start on Kaek, she was able to reach the Tasale relay before he could catch up. Finding herself in the Sahrabarik system, Ayiti docked at Omega and sold her ship to a quarian on his pilgrimage looking to leave, hoping Kaek would follow the ship. A young asari doctor, Lexi T'Perro, patched up her wounds and Ayiti found a place to lay low on Ward 23.

She intended to stay a few days, until she was sure she'd lost her tail, but the longer she stayed the more Omega grew on her. The climate suited her, and the constantly warring mercenary guilds gave her plenty of work stealing from the other sides - anything from weapons to information, which she traded under the name 'Drala'fa' (the ignored) as another taunt for Kaek, should he ever track her down again. By the time she reached 21, Ayiti had built up a small, quiet network of informers in most major Omega gangs, using their information to plan risky but small scale heists on whichever group had the most interesting merchandise to steal, and then selling it - either back to the original owners, one of the other gangs, or a third party.

Biotics =
Tech = 1
Guns =
Decryption = 1
Stealth = 2
People Skills = 2
Toughness =
Piloting =

Specialty = Stealth

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Post by Urdnot Rakkor on Sat Aug 12, 2017 11:45 am

Good profile. Nice little tie-in to Andromeda too.

Bit surprised you didn't put a point into Piloting, considering how she lived so long on a ship.

Wonder how my own character would interact with her...

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Post by Rocketcat on Sat Aug 12, 2017 11:50 am

I considered it, but decided to go with people skills instead. Plus, according to that salarian shopkeeper in ME2, you don't have to know what you're doing to use a point-and-go nav interface. I think it suits her, living on a ship for so long but not having a clue how it works because it doesn't interest her

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