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Offline apygoosTopic starter

Re: looking for interest- Star Wars: Rogue Squadron
« Reply #25 on: April 25, 2015, 06:56:13 PM »
What you might be looking for is a gunship simmilar to this
They wouldnt always have a use for it though. Their signature ship would be the Xwing Starfighter, and an Xwing CAN be outfitted to have more support type equipment. As a support type character, when not in an Xwing or gunship i see him or her favoring a Y-Wing. Slower, but heavier shields, bombs and ion cannons.

Ships one may assume Rogue Squadron has at their disposal:
Vwing airspeeder

this is not a "final" list, there could be other ships added to this list as necessary.

Online Vergil Tanner

Re: looking for interest- Star Wars: Rogue Squadron
« Reply #26 on: April 25, 2015, 07:01:34 PM »
Haha, I wasn't quite thinking on the size of a Gunship per say. I'm not sure about the relative sizes, but I was more thinking about a light-freighter sized ship (kinda like the HWK-290...or hell, the Millenium Falcon! THAT was a modified/upgraded light freighter, and it was a LOT faster than the X-Wings) that had more room for subsystems on it. I mean, yeah, X-Wings can be outfitted with a couple more systems, but they're still one-man fighters that have extremely limited room. Something like a light freighter would be able to at least limp behind the X-Wings....and besides, it was my understanding that X-Wings weren't long-range fighters. They have to dock in a bigger ship to travel long distances, and when won't they have the need for slightly heavier firepower/boosts and supports? I mean...this is the Rogue Squadron, the elites of the entire New Republic, right? One would assume that they had a lot more resources than when they were the aces of a disparate rebel faction, y'know?
« Last Edit: April 25, 2015, 07:02:56 PM by Vergil Tanner »

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Re: looking for interest- Star Wars: Rogue Squadron
« Reply #27 on: April 25, 2015, 07:09:02 PM »
Hang on hang on hang on, hold the phone, just found a site that gives me the actual sizes of the various ships!

I have some reading to do! Let me find out exactly what the size differences are. >.>

Offline apygoosTopic starter

Re: looking for interest- Star Wars: Rogue Squadron
« Reply #28 on: April 25, 2015, 07:16:24 PM »
Rogue Squadron is stationed on a mobile command center, a frigate known as the Rogue Shadow
Currently Captain Rendar has the Outrider and The Outrunner for the kind of things youre talking about. The Falcon is presently not with Rogue Squadron. We were trying to be careful of "special ships, since we already have The Outrider and the Outrnner.

Online Vergil Tanner

Re: looking for interest- Star Wars: Rogue Squadron
« Reply #29 on: April 25, 2015, 07:23:04 PM »
Oh, I'm not asking to be a special little snowflake that gets to have a heavily modded Slave-1 or Millennium Falcon level ship, I just...I dunno, I'm kind of "X-Winged Out," you know? It's an iconic ship for a reason, but I kinda wanna play something different. Every Star Wars RP I've been in, I've had to play with an X-Wing, which just gets boring after a while. I don't want a huge frigate for my character, or a massive heavy-artillery gunboat. Just...something maybe a touch bulkier than the X-Wing that is sent out with the Squadron for in-the-field support. Maybe it has an external shield generator. Maybe it has some repair bots on board for field repairs. Maybe it has more powerful computers that can't be fitted on an X-Wing, so it can give a few fighters in range extra information that lets them gain target locks faster. Maybe it just has a slot for a slightly bigger gun. I'm not talking MF or Slave-1 sized. Maybe just a two person ship that is more designed for support than dogfighting. *shrug* Is that at all possible, or did you want to keep everybody in the Squadron as a dogfighter?

Offline apygoosTopic starter

Re: looking for interest- Star Wars: Rogue Squadron
« Reply #30 on: April 25, 2015, 07:37:41 PM »
we would need to see what ship options there are. In general we want people to be the dogfighters/in ships that can stick in formation well.
we gotta see what options are ultimately available to us to see what can be swung. a non dogfighting support may be better tagged as a Rogue Shadow crew member, and not necessarily a Rogue Squadron member [even though that's not out of the question].

here was a thought Ashley had:
his ship could be a mobile repair ship, using small droids. or could rearm ships. and maybe not a member of rogue squadron, but a civilian member of it. non enlisted and all

the Rogue Shadow crew members are just as important as Rogue Squadron themselves, something to keep in mind.

Online Vergil Tanner

Re: looking for interest- Star Wars: Rogue Squadron
« Reply #31 on: April 25, 2015, 07:55:48 PM »
Well, I was thinking that my character would be a...not a mechanic, since you need to...y' qualified to call yourself a mechanic, but she would know the inside of an engine or computer system like the back of her hand due to a somewhat spotty past. Ex-smuggler, etc etc. Therefore, she would like to tinker and mess around with stuff and modify her ship in little ways just to see what would happen. Nothing major, but...well, it wouldn't be sleek and organised, y'know? It would be a mess of wires and computer systems inside, and she would probably be fiercely protective of "her baby." It would probably be one of the first ships she got upon joining the New Republic, and that she has managed to keep ahold of.

Basically...if she were to be a part of Rogue Squadron, I would probably ask that she be allowed to have a B-Wing/E:
But modified (by her) so that the gunner position behind her was handled by an Astromech or simple AI program (like, see hostile target, shoot at hostile target) and the rest of the space a normal human would have taken is rigged up with little wires and computers that give her - for example, as Ashley suggested - little repair droids, or enhanced sensors or something. So technically, she's not doing the shooting, she's just flying and providing field repairs or ammo refills (Since I think the B-Wing/E has a small storage space as well) to the ships. It makes her kind of a dogfighter, but keeps her in the support role I originally envisaged.

Or she's - as Ashley suggested - a civilian recruit, and has maybe an old HWK, or maybe a modified GAT-12h (since they were sold to the private market) or something similar.

Just a question; if she were a civilian non-enlisted member, what would her rights on board the ship be? What would her pay be like? Quarters, privileges, etc etc?

I would prefer the former, but I can work with the Latter. If neither are acceptable, I'll scrap the idea and try to think of something else.

If it helps, I was thinking of using Jewel Staite as my characters Faceclaim..... *innocent face*

Also, question:
In your list of ships above, you didn't list E-Wings. Are E-Wings a thing in this chronology? I didn't want one, I'm just curious, haha.
« Last Edit: April 25, 2015, 07:57:21 PM by Vergil Tanner »

Offline apygoosTopic starter

Re: looking for interest- Star Wars: Rogue Squadron
« Reply #32 on: April 25, 2015, 08:09:24 PM »
a ship like that is more than possible, i see no problem with it.
as for Ewings, iirc they ended up flopping overall compared to the Xwing, so they ended up not really used.
Non enlisted, though employed, members on the ship would have limited access on the ship, aka mission rooms, restricted access in privileged information, etc. most of the members of the Rogue Shadows crew though ARE enlisted. Rogue Squadron members are minimum Ensign in the Alliance Navy. Rendar is the only Captain
« Last Edit: April 25, 2015, 08:14:14 PM by apygoos »

Online Vergil Tanner

Re: looking for interest- Star Wars: Rogue Squadron
« Reply #33 on: April 25, 2015, 08:11:42 PM »
Wooooooooooo!!! I'll start whipping up a bio :D It's 2am here, sooooo I might end up falling asleep before I finish it. >.> I'll have it up by the end of Sunday at the latest. :D

It was Jewel Staite that swayed you, wasn't it? *winkwinknudgenudge*

Thank yooooou! :D

As for E-wings...according to the sources I've looked at, they initially flopped so didn't replace X-Wings, but once the kinks were worked out, they did see widespread use. Hang on, I'll see if I can pull up the page...


"Despite the initial problems, improved models of the E-wing would see wide spread use by the New Republic, particularly by the Fifth Fleet, and later by the Galactic Alliance. They would play a significant role in every engagement from the Black Fleet Crisis, through the Yuuzhan Vong War, and beyond.
By the time of the Second Galactic Civil War, the E-wing had matured into an excellent starfighter design and equipped several elite squadrons of the Galactic Alliance. However, it never achieved the same popularity or wide spread use as the X-wing."

And I think Rogue Squadron did have some E-Wings at some point. I think. It's up to you, obviously, I was just under the impression that there were E-wings here and there, even though the X-Wings were more popular. It depends where in the chronology we are, though, I guess. Haha.

And ah, okey dokey! Yes, I would prefer my little tinkerer to be enlisted, haha. So I shall whip up a bio for her and her modded B-Wing/E at some point in the next day or so. :D
« Last Edit: April 25, 2015, 08:15:31 PM by Vergil Tanner »

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Re: looking for interest- Star Wars: Rogue Squadron
« Reply #34 on: April 25, 2015, 09:45:28 PM »
You know what I realised after all of that? That Ashley's character is also a mechanic. D'OH! Shoulda read the concept bios more closely. Well, I reworked her concept a little bit so that although they overlap, they're not the same character. So instead of mechanics - like Ashley's character - mine is more of an engineer/computing tinkerer. Keeps the spirit alive, and hopefully doesn't clash too much. Sorry Ashley!

Player Name: Vergil Tanner, but please call me Vergil. Or "Master." Either/or.
Character Name: Kayda Vendar [Note: May not actually be her "real" name. She's used so many, she's forgotten which one was her original one...but she likes Kayda, so she's sticking with it!]

Faceclaim: Jewel Staite

Specialty: Kayda is...strange. She was never formally trained as an engineer or mechanic, and as far as she knows, neither of the people she thinks were her parents were mechanics or computing engineers or even DIY specialists, and yet...she loves to tinker. She likes to open things up and try and figure out how they work, and even if she can't, she'll then try to put it back together just to see if she can, or what would happen if she did it slightly differently. She's not about to say that she can "see" how everything fits together or how it all works, because she can't; she has to take something apart to try and see how it all works, and even then, sometimes she can't. But it's all about the experience, and the more she does it, the more she learns. What she would say she specialises in is tinkering and "customisation." Every piece of equipment she has with her has likely been opened up and fiddled with several hundred times to try and put something new into it, or to tweak its systems, or even just to see what makes it tick. This makes her well-versed in engineering, but....well, don't let her near anything you want back. Sometimes the things she tinkers with work. Sometimes they catch fire. Either/or.
When out in the field, Kayda specialises in Heavy Support; her ship is more durable than most others, and even though she isn't that good a shot, she's rigged an AI program up to do that sorta thing for her so she can focus on what she IS good at; making sure her friends don't get themselves killed. Her modded starfighter has on hand a couple of unique little systems (the ones that didn't explode upon being switched on) that help her friends and comrades in the field, and she isn't shy about handing out help liberally. She does expect some thanks later on, though! Whether that takes the form of a pudding pot or a "thank you work out" really depends on the person.

Ship: Kayda flies "Scrappy," A modified B-Wing/E, a two-seater version of the standard B-Wing. Whilst faster and more durable than its counterpart, it's notably less manoeuvrable which makes it a little harder to handle in a dogfight. Luckily for her, the Gunner Seat is occupied by her long-time friend and co-pilot, R5-J03 (or "Joe" for short), a modified R5 series Astromech that she found early in He has been her constant companion for years, and thanks to extensive tinkering and modding (a few fires notwithstanding), she has managed to install a surprisingly advanced AI system into the originally budget little guy. She flies, he shoots...and the extra space that would have been taken up with a human is instead linked up to a whole mess of extra computers and wires that interface with Joe's subsystems to provide extra functionality to the starship and the computing power required to activate her uniquely added extra systems. These can vary depending on how she's tinkered with it recently, but the more common systems are a small host of repair bots - installed to both provide personal basic repairs and to help patch up damaged fighters in the field - extra energy for certain types of weapons stored in the cargo hold, or advanced sensors that can help nearby ships gain a target lock a little faster. Whereas everybody elses ships may be sleek and pristine, the inside of Kayda's ship is a forest of wires and screens...but there is some method to her madness, and she always seems to know exactly where everything is.

Personality: Kadya is supremely bubbly, cheerful, energetic and outgoing always ready with a joke or a flirtatious comment to attempt to lighten the mood. Though she suffers bouts of disappointment or petulance if things don't go her way, expect her to soon bounce back with a brand new round of sunniness and cheer that could make a rainbow vomit from nausea. She is friendly, cheerful and fiercely loyal to her friends, and surprisingly free with her sexuality; as she says, "it gets cold out there, so what's the harm in keeping warm with somebody every now and then?" Her cheerfulness can start grating sometimes, but she never lets those pouty-pants dampen her bubbly nature...when things get bad, just grin and find a way to fix it all! Getting sad and angry never helped anybody, after all. :-) Always look on the bright side! :D

Brief history: Perhaps surprisingly for such a youthful and cheerful individual, Kayda wasn't always a member of the New Republic. She spent her early life as a street urchin on one of the many Pirate Dens that sprung up in the aftermath of the fall of the Galactic Empire after her parents were killed by a local mobsters Enforcer for not paying their "Protection Money." She managed to evade their capture and spent her life in the gutters of the small Den until she was eventually caught stealing some food from a passing "Merchant" when in her early teens. It turned out, the merchant was actually a smuggler who trafficked in "Human Cargo," and who was on his way to a business dealing elsewhere. He caught her, bundled her into his ship and took off with the intent to add her to his sale as a "Special Extra..." and that's if she was lucky. After a journey spent cramped up with the rest of the unfortunate souls, they landed at their destination and were hauled off the ship and into line to travel to the Slave Markets. Just as they were entering the market proper....all hell broke loose. Gunfire erupted, people started to scream, sounds of fighting emerged from the centre of the grounds and smoke began to rise from ahead of her. Panicked, Kayda took the distraction of the guards for the opportunity it was and bolted as soon as she could, having been working on the locks on her manacles for months. She later learned that the New Republic had learned of the slave auction and had decided to "crash the party," but she was too far away by the time it ended for them to find or free her from captivity. So, panicking, she darted into a side street and just kept running, hoping against hope that she wasn't being followed. After what felt like hours of running, she stopped, looked around...and realised that she was alone, in an unfamiliar place, penniless and defenceless. This time, however, she wouldn't just be a thief and a beggar. She would at least find some way to defend herself.

After spending several weeks scoping out the city and making sure she knew her way around, listening in to conversations and watching the movements of the city carefully, she identified a low-to-mid level Streetboss known as "Jacknife" who was in the middle of a turf war and was looking for new recruits. Figuring that her only other option was to die on the streets from starvation...she joined up. There, her talent for stealing and her propensity for tinkering with anything she could find earned her a reputation for surprising people, and her surprisingly sunny disposition accompanied by her developing looks earned her a future in the gang. She grew from her early teens to her early twenties running with the Streetgang, stealing and breaking into homes and selling spare parts and pretty much doing whatever she had to to survive, getting good at fooling people with her hands, learning how to hotwire vehicles and how to tamper with engines and machinery and how to take things apart and put them back together, how to jerry rig parts out of seeming scrap and how to make do when you didn't have the tools you needed. Life was rough, it was dangerous and she didn't know from one day to the next whether she was going to survive another week...but that was liberating, in a way. She was free, she was with friends and you didn't worry about tomorrow. You smiled, you laughed, you fought, you got hurt...and you picked yourself up and carried on going as best you could. Yeah, it wasn't the best life, but it was the best one she had known. It was during this time that she found Joe scrapped in the back of some backalley skip...she and the gang were hiding from the local authorities after a job had gone south, when she moved her arm and ended up elbowing him. The clang almost got them caught, but Kayda saw the little Astromech and instantly fell in love. After the group had escaped, she circled back, fished the little droid from the trash, and ended up working on him every night she could. She got him working on the eve of her 17th birthday, and he has never left her side since. Life was...ok. She was content.

Until, one day...she slipped up. The group had gotten desperate; the growing power of the New Republic had led to a crackdown on crime, making it harder for the group to steal what they needed to survive. Every week, more and more of them were getting caught and incarcerated, and the numbers were dwindling. Jacknife himself had taken a laserblast to the side just the previous month and died of his injuries. Things were getting bad. So....they decided to hit something far more daring and dangerous than ever before. They hit a weapons shipment coming in from the manufacturers from a nearby colony with the intent of selling them on to the local mob boss in exchange both for credits, and for protection and work. If they could get in good with the crimelord, then maybe they would be given new direction and protection from dwindling further. Kayda was a young woman now, pretty and fairly charismatic. So her job was to distract the guards while her friends stole whatever they could carry, then slip away before they noticed. Everything was going well...until Troya, a younger member of the group, accidentally tripped an alarm. The rest of the group got away....but Kayda wasn't so lucky. When fleeing, she accidentally took a wrong turn and ended up facing a dead-end. She was dragged before the authorities...and was confronted with a New Republic Captain, whose weapons shipment she had tried to steal. She had thought herself destined for prison...until the Captain offered her a deal. Apparently, the New Republic was starting an experimental rehabilitation program that would take in first-time offenders (since she hadn't been caught yet, she was technically a first-timer in the authorities eyes since they couldn't connect her to anything else) and streetkids and attempt to give them marketable skills. It was either that, or prison. And since the only prison on the planet was unisex...well, she enjoyed sex, but she didn't enjoy it enough to relish the thought of being one of the only women in a low-security building with hardened criminals. So she accepted. She was shipped off world...and found a new life. She threw herself into the new opportunity, doing her best to hone her skills - though she never lost her penchant for tinkering, and always had Joe with her, by her side - and not get kicked out...and she loved it.

Several years later, she finally graduated the rehabilitation school as one of the first successful graduates from her Sector, with a lot of fond memories and good friends from the Rehabilitation Academy. Now in her mid-twenties, she could go anywhere with a glowing recommendation from the Academy and a host of new, basic-level skills and a proper education. And what did she decide to do? Well, after everything the New Republic had done for her - and the fact that she was already used to a life on the move with a tight-knit group of fighters - she joined the Republic Navy. She joined as an Ensign, then rose up the ranks to Lieutenant and after proving herself a rather adept pilot - and proving that her modified Joe wasn't just a hunk of junk - she was given authorisation to pilot a B-Wing/E that had recently become available after its last pilot had been promoted away from the frontlines. She took Scrappy happily, and swiftly turned it into the mess of wires and extra parts it is today...and, after being transferred to the Rogue Squadron almost a year ago, she's the happiest she's ever been in her life. She's young - she hasn't even hit thirty yet! - she's pretty, she has the ability to tinker whenever she wants, she has her own quarters, she has her best friend of over a decade by her side, and she's surrounded by hunky military men and women. So what's there not to like?! And THAT'S why she's always cheerful...she knows that it can be worse, and no matter how bad it is, she'll always have Joe and she'll always have the knowledge that she could easily have been somewhere far, far worse.

There we go! Hope that's to your liking! It's pretty late, so I had to cut it short in places. I'm gonna go to bed, then expand on it at a later date. :-)

Let me know if it's acceptable please, or whether it needs changing! :-)
« Last Edit: April 25, 2015, 09:57:06 PM by Vergil Tanner »

Offline MaiMizzu

Re: looking for interest- Star Wars: Rogue Squadron
« Reply #35 on: April 25, 2015, 09:50:42 PM »
I very much appreciate you augmenting your character so we don't overlap to much. They would actually work together a lot, I would suspect.


I love the fact Kaylee is now in Rogue Squadron! Shiny!

Online Vergil Tanner

Re: looking for interest- Star Wars: Rogue Squadron
« Reply #36 on: April 25, 2015, 10:01:54 PM »
You're very welcome :-) I didn't want to step on your toes or overfill any positions, so I figured a re-focus was in order. :-)

So do I! I reckon Tifa would be the person they go to to get their stuff fixed, and if she got stuck or needed fresh eyes, she'd ask Kayda. Nobody would go to Kayda first; there's a fifty fifty chance that what you want fixed would burst into flames because she wanted to see if she could add a waffle iron to a watch or something silly like that. XD

Seriously, though, I agree. They have slightly different areas, but they're very similar in that they like to tinker. Maybe Tifa helped Kayda fix Scrappy when it started having some power issues due to some faulty wiring somewhere? That would be a good bonding exercise, especially for Kayda...normally, she doesn't let anybody except Joe touch Scrappy. :P

And lol, I know, right?! :D I was thinking "I want a bubbly, upbeat, tinkering mechanic/engineer..." and then I instantly thought of Kaylee! Let's hope nobody gags her and bundles her into the hold for a month, though. That would be so totally not shiny. >.>

Online Orange Marmalade

Re: looking for interest- Star Wars: Rogue Squadron
« Reply #37 on: April 28, 2015, 12:54:02 AM »
I should have something up for this soon! Found my old character from the Ravenstar :)

Ships one may assume Rogue Squadron has at their disposal:
Vwing airspeeder

Would the StealthX variant of Xwings be available? They were mostly used by Jedi but with the right setup could probably work with Rogue Squadron as well. Figured it'd fit in well since my character will be pretty stealth based in general.

Offline apygoosTopic starter

Re: looking for interest- Star Wars: Rogue Squadron
« Reply #38 on: April 28, 2015, 05:29:30 PM »
StealthX would be a variation/modification that would definitely be available to them.
I was reminded of the Kwing  in a PM as well.

Offline apygoosTopic starter

Re: looking for interest- Star Wars: Rogue Squadron
« Reply #39 on: April 30, 2015, 09:18:46 PM »
ooc and ic are up! post your approved characters in the character sheet thread!

Offline Caradoc

Re: looking for interest- Star Wars: Rogue Squadron
« Reply #40 on: May 06, 2015, 06:07:31 PM »
Hugely interested, I'll put up a character description later tonight after I get back from Rifftrax.

Offline Landshark

Re: looking for interest- Star Wars: Rogue Squadron
« Reply #41 on: May 10, 2015, 01:08:56 PM »
love my SW. Still room and if so are none movie races allowed? Such as ones from books, RPG and comics?

Offline apygoosTopic starter

Re: looking for interest- Star Wars: Rogue Squadron
« Reply #42 on: May 10, 2015, 05:09:15 PM »
yes, any race is allowed if it has existed in the EU or movies

Offline Landshark

Re: looking for interest- Star Wars: Rogue Squadron
« Reply #43 on: May 11, 2015, 12:52:47 PM »
Character Sheet:
Player Name:Landshark
Character Name: Jamus Piett
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  (Tobias Eaton, Face Claim)
Specialty: Lightning calculator. (Jamus can compute numbers almost as fast as a computer. He made his way up the ranks by calculating bombing runs in his head for maximum effect before ever stepping into a simulator or field run.)
Personality: Jamus is actually a very nice guy but he keeps it hidden due to all the trouble the name Piett gets him into. He assumes people wont like him because of his family history so he tends to be short and blunt with people until he has plenty of time to get to know them. Hard to anger but long of memory Jamus doesnít fight he retaliates. Guarding his friends with a fierceness that is seldom seen from a ďnoblemanĒ.

Brief history :
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Even after the fall for the Empire the Piett family was able to hold a position of privilege. Their many varied interest and wide spread finances kept the family from going under. Sure they lost almost all positions of power but the family survived. Still holding a minor title of nobility they were able to work what influence they had into a strong financial foothold and to this day are known as chief financiers of many small and up coming companies.

Jamus was born into the family at its new height. Not the military power it had once been but that didnít seem to bother most of the core family. Many of the branches had changed their name as they found it too difficult to get by with the stigma left behind of their recent ancestor. Jamus is the great great grandson of Admiral Firmus Piett, commander of what was known as the Imperial Death Squadron and Captain of Lord Vaders Flag ship. Jamus was not allowed to forget his heritage as everyone was more than willing to remind him of it. Even though his family had been loyal republic citizens for over 50 years they were still hated and kept under suspicion by many.

Knowing he didnít want to be just another desk jockey at Piett and Associates, he took his leap into the military. He knew it would be harder than anything he had ever done. Only some people knew the family name out in the world but in the academy most everyone would. They still taught the battle of Endor in strategic classes after all. Jamus discovered that the exile and ridicule actually drove him though. Surpassing most of his classmates he graduated second in his class and had his choice of deployments. He could have gone into exploration but with his name he doubted they would jump at the chance to have him be part of any kind of first contact. He could have been assigned to bridge command on a number of vessels but once again he doubted he would ever rise above lieutenant. Then at the bottom of the list was Special Operations. Jamus knew what his choice was.

Over the next year he learned to fly everything from planetary drop ships to boarding vessels including a wide array of fighter craft. What he excelled at though was the bomber. With his head for numbers and strategic overlay it was a perfect fit. The B-Wing had gone through a host of upgrades over the last few decades and Jamus knew that no one would hold his lineage against him as a fighter jock. This was where he needed to be if he ever wanted to make his own name.

Two years later Jamus found himself one of the most called up bomber pilots in the fleet. His name, though still not popular, was asked for by wing commanders on assignment and he was a flight chief in training. Thatís when a pilot with no rank or identifying badges showed up and offered him a chance to be one of the best. What could Jamus say but yes. Twelve hours later he was being reassigned and shuttled away to get his shot at Rogue Squadron.

EDIT: just noticed we have a b-wing pilot already. Would you preffer i switch him to an recon x-wing? Super fast less guns.
« Last Edit: May 11, 2015, 02:28:17 PM by Landshark »

Offline Landshark

Re: looking for interest- Star Wars: Rogue Squadron
« Reply #44 on: May 11, 2015, 12:56:04 PM »
Hope this is to your liking. I also had an idea about a logistics support character who is a squib. If that seems to weird lemme know. Basically would be the go to guy. Whatever you need he can deal,trade or simply aquire it more than likely.

Offline Landshark

Re: looking for interest- Star Wars: Rogue Squadron
« Reply #45 on: May 17, 2015, 09:34:56 AM »
Sooo...I guess this is full then? Dead? Characters not approvable?

Offline apygoosTopic starter

Re: looking for interest- Star Wars: Rogue Squadron
« Reply #46 on: May 19, 2015, 08:05:30 AM »
sorry, ive been extreamly busy in the past week. The character looks good to me. As for the game im still waiting on people to get their first post in before i push us full steam ahead.

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Re: looking for interest- Star Wars: Rogue Squadron
« Reply #47 on: May 19, 2015, 08:24:41 AM »
So is this still open? Id love to toss in an A or Y wing pilot.  :-)

Offline apygoosTopic starter

Re: looking for interest- Star Wars: Rogue Squadron
« Reply #48 on: May 19, 2015, 09:15:58 AM »
it is :D

Offline Landshark

Re: looking for interest- Star Wars: Rogue Squadron
« Reply #49 on: May 19, 2015, 04:40:18 PM »
So can i stay with the B -wing or would you preffer an adaption to an x-wing recon?