Alaaya Castus – The Progenitor


Character – Alaaya Castus – The Progenitor – Mercenary

Submitted by – EpicEpicofEpicness




PieceNameColor Matched?Dye/Crystal Color(s)
HeadNone & None
ChestNone & None
HandsNone & None
WaistNone & None
LegsNone & None
FeetNone & None
WristsNone & None
WeaponChoose crystal color
OffhandChoose crystal color

Where to Obtain:











Born and raised into a life of combat in the rolling frontiers of Concord Dawn, the hardened Mandalorian warrior Alaaya Castus, last of the formidable Clan Castus is truly an unparalleled dreadnought of war. Clad in beskar’gam forged a century ago, she carries with her a searing inferno in both weaponry and attitude alike. On her shoulders is the legacy of a fallen aliit whose very spirit lives on, culminating in a skilled combatant of both honour and fury.
Alaaya’s path has been long and treacherous despite her youth. Her enigmatic nature directed her to a life of the lone wolf, with only the aliit Castus being an oracle of guidance and nurturing. When Castus was no more, the dangerous, grief stricken warrior was unleashed into the galaxy with nothing but Alaaya’s own Resol’nare as company. Finding a battle wherever she could reach, from Jedi, to the very Hutt Cartel that eliminated her aliit. The impressive onslaught brought the attention of the paramilitary Nestinar, but even they were embroiled in an unrelenting blaze.
Now a willing weapon of the Empire, Alaaya remains poised to travel the galaxy, contending new foes and establishing new relationships. Her resolve unbroken, shereshoy, lust for life insatiable and wanting. On the surface, flowing ginger hair, emerald eyes – the mando’ade’s youth and jauntiness can be especially alluring to many. Yet those unfortunate enough to cross swords with Alaaya experience the full-blown brutality and rending wrath she keeps well cocooned within.
Alaaya is indeed like fire, in many respects can be comforting and snug to be around when handled correctly, but get on the wrong side of her – let’s say the burns can be indelible.