Disease and Death wrapped in Darkness and Silence (D&D wiDS)
Navigator of poor disposition
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Talents: Autosanguine, Chem-Geld, Ambidexterous, Jaded, Light Sleeper, Resistance (Fear)
|Death World (Catachan)||Unnatural Origin (False Man)||New Horizons (Seeker of Truth)||Darkness (Dark Secret)||Fear (Tormented by the Unspeakable)||X|
|6’0"||215 lbs||Muscular / Bodybuilder|
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Clothing Appearance: Mohinder maintains a very arabic-styled appearance, occasionally wearing a turban, but preferring poofy, light clothing. Usually of high quality cottons or silks.
Equipment Appearance: Mohinder carries little equipment, unless needed.
Mohinder Farkaas, Navis Nobilite scion of a wealthy house. The ill-favored son, he was sent at a young age to Catachan, hoping it would teach him proper fear and respect. It only made him more rebellious and angry, however.
He was press-ganged, quite by accident, into the Imperial Navy as a mere voidsman. His bandanna hid his warp eye. For years he was forced to menial tasks and labors, until he got word to the ship’s navigator, Prakor Felix.
Unfortunately for him, this navigator was from an enemy house. He took the opportunity to lift him from his bondage to become a full navigator, years before he was ready. Felix pretended to be Farkaas’ mentor and friend. Ultimately, when the Farkaas house tried to reclaim their scion, Mohinder resisted. When they excommunicated him from the House, Praktor Felix abandoned him in Sector Calixis. Mohinder managed to get a “gig” with House Neral, a failing house desperate to get their last capitol ship fit for duty.
Mohinder Farkaas has a dim view of leadership, especially of organizations of which he is familiar (Navy, Nobelite). He reacts poorly to commands, and is not out to make friends. In fact, all this information came from his sworn bodyguard, later to be traitorous heretic, Jak Aubray, and is therefore highly circumspect.