Meet the Iconics: Navasi

Monday, May 1, 2017

The countdown to Starfinder has officially begun, and to kick us off, we're highlighting the iconic characters and core classes that appear throughout the pages and covers the Starfinder line. Today we meet Navasi, the iconic envoy!

Illustration by Remko Troost

Born into a prominent family on Absalom Station, the envoy who calls herself Navasi spent much of her childhood avoiding her parents in their "sky-villa," as they called their sprawling, six-story home in the Nyori Palisades. Navasi's mother had designs on her canny-but-headstrong daughter inheriting the family's business. Her father had visions of a queenly young woman sitting in silk among the station's most prominent socialites.

Navasi wanted neither. A quip on her lips, she eschewed glitzy playdates and family soirees in favor of zipping through Absalom Station's streets with her best friends, the children of the household employees. She'd take the rush of riding a screaming hovercycle over the pompous sniggering of the wealthy any day of the week.

As she befriended more and more stationers from less-privileged walks of life, Navasi's irritation with her parents and their deliberate aloofness from the rest of society turned into outright disgust. The inequities of Absalom Station, where the rich lived in fortified enclaves and the poor lived in little more than metal boxes, pained her. Simply giving away her pocket money didn't seem like enough. She began to dream of a fairy-tale life in which she could steal the affluent's unearned wealth and give it to those truly in need, and idolized the Free Captains of the Diaspora—pirates living by their own rules. Navasi could only imagine the fun she'd have with such freedom—and the good she'd do, of course.

On the eve of her eighteenth birthday, Navasi sat in her plush quarters, staring at the gold-fibered holo-gown that was to be her debut dress. Two choices stood before her. She could don that false uniform, attend the gala, and accept her mother's gift of an executive position in the family company. Or she could leave.

It took less than an hour for Navasi to slip out of the manor and stow away onto a ship bound for the Diaspora.

Navasi arrived on Broken Rock with a pocketful of stolen credsticks and a gleam in her eye. She quickly signed up as a "procurement specialist" with a contracting firm called the Sixth Finger—little more than a starfaring thieves' guild—ready to use her new position to steal from exploitative corporations and make herself a hero to those in need.

The reality of life in a pirate enclave hit her like a meteorite. Having quickly blown through her money, and too stubborn to return home in shame, Navasi found she no longer had a choice in which jobs she took. Under the guildrunners' threats, she roughed up innocents, stole from the less fortunate, and worse. Though she never completely lost her egalitarian beliefs, she hardly recognized the naïve idealist she'd once been. A few years in the streets showed her how much of her former life she'd taken for granted, and taught her that if she wanted to take care of others, she first needed to take care of herself. That, at least, she was good at, and she quickly gained a reputation in the gang as the best fast-talker and facewoman around, spinning bold plans and quick wits into fat paydays.

Now a jaded young woman, Navasi found that the wealth from her scores brought little joy without friends to share it with, and she took comfort in the hardscrabble survivalists and secretly softhearted rogues she recruited to her crews. Yet it was in one particular woman that Navasi truly found herself again. Purple-haired and tattooed, with eyes like blue supergiants, the newcomer was outspoken against those in power. She bucked the pirates' authority and operated alone, pulling the sorts of righteous jobs Navasi had once dreamed of. She was the bravest, most exciting woman Navasi had ever met, and despite Navasi's continuing allegiance to the Sixth Finger, the two quickly became inseparable.

That all came crashing down the day the Sixth Finger arranged to knock over a medship full of supplies bound for Absalom Station. To the gang's leaders, the ship's mission—aiding refugees of a wartorn star system—was inconsequential compared to the valuable drugs in its cargo bays. Navasi's objections were overruled.

It was the final straw. Together, Navasi and her partner formulated a plan, alerting the medship to the imminent heist and carefully sabotaging the fighters the gang had designated for the assault. It all might have gone unnoticed, had the gang's resident technomancer not decided to check the security cams one final time. In the ensuing ambush, Navasi and her partner were pinned down, their backs to the sole spaceworthy ship—a single-seat fighter with only enough life support for one of them. Unwilling to leave her companion, Navasi prepared for them to go out in a blaze of glory—only to have her partner shove her into the cockpit and slam the canopy. As Navasi scrabbled with the latch, the other woman winked, pulled the pins on her grenades, and sprinted straight at their ambushers.

The wealthy scion of Absalom Station died that day, as did the pirate she'd become. As she made her way back to Absalom Station with the medship, knowing that neither the Sixth Finger nor her spurned family would ever stop looking for her, she forsook both of her previous incarnations. Abandoning her old identity, she took the name of her fallen love—Navasi—and swore that henceforth she'd carry on the fight they'd started together, only stealing from those who deserved it, putting her finger in the eye of anyone who thrived on exploitation, regardless of which side of the law they were on. Knowing she'd need a new appearance as well, she continued borrowing from her partner, dyeing her jet-black hair purple and adding a single blue contact. Yet when she considered mimicking the original Navasi's tattoos, she was shocked to learn that they were symbols of Weydan, the god of discovery and equality, famous for taking mortal form. Though her partner had never spoken of religion, Navasi took it as a sign, and even holds out some hope that perhaps her companion might have been more than she seemed, though she recognizes that such thoughts are probably just a manifestation of her grief.

Today, Navasi has built a reputation—perhaps more than is truly wise for a woman with a price on her head—as a talented freelance captain, putting together crews for adventures ranging from planetary scouting and private security to her old talent for "procurement," though she's careful about what sorts of jobs she and her friends take on. Navasi still believes in freedom for all, spreading the wealth, and taking plutocrats down a peg—but she also knows the value of earning credits, and takes pride in the ability to take care of herself and her crew (though she still has a sometimes inconvenient tendency to empty her pockets for those in need). As a scoundrel, a fast-talker, and a brilliant negotiator, Navasi is happiest when the chips are down and lives hang in the balance, as that's when you truly know who your friends are. Above all, she knows to always look beneath the surface, for like Navasi herself, nothing is ever quite what it seems.

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I recommend you take this talk to the Comrades. That said, I have friends and family members who strongly believe in this political philosophy, and they are far from stupid or immoral. You are insulting them, and I don't appreciate that. They believe in a philosophy you disagree with. That doesn't make them stupid, any more than it makes you stupid to disbelieve it. There are many arguments for and against communism, and this isn't the thread for you to derail complaining about it.

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I guess it's just a weird coincidence that all communist societies have required secret police, political prisons, mass murders of the preceding political class, a certain degree of ongoing murders of dissidents, and sharp limits on emigration to even minimally function.

If you actually tried to name a communist nation that has done this, a dozen communists would emerge with arguments on where those nations went wrong, or how they weren't really communist, or the underlying factors (famine, war, US interference) that caused them to derail. Kinda like how when I point out that the USA did pretty much all of those things you name, you can argue that the USA simply fell short of the capitalist egalitarian dream. ;)

I point this out not to encourage argument, but to simply balance out the skew in perspectives (as you're taking quite a few potshots in here). If you really wanna hash it out, arrange a cage fight with Doodlebug Anklebiter. I'm just the milquetoast centrist scab. ;D


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This has really gone far from talking about Navasi, the spacefaring envoy or really Starfinder at all. I don't think Navasi is an economist. Let's maybe try discussing the backstory we've been given. There's still plenty of cool stuff shown. We now know hovercycles exist in the starfinder universe. Holograms also seem to have some presence in the setting. If the Diaspora is frequented by space pirates, what might have become of the sarcesians who live/lived there?

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I'll go explain to my grandpa that he was wrong his whole life, he didn't run for his life with only the clothes in his body from communism - You see grandpa, they weren't REALLY communists. Maybe he should've run from the fascists instead, then no one would try to justify his suffering.


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EDIT: Y'know, I'm actually done derailing this thread. The further this goes, the more likely it is that the mods will have to scrub it. Suffice to say I disagree with your interpretations.

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My question is how soon till the cloning vats can start shipping out copies to the local SFS chapter? Our current patch of fodder is rather outdated, and they don't seem to function well off planet (although to be fair some of them seemed to be pretty incompetent on planet as well).


I seem to remember purple and orange are complimentary colours - probably not a coincidence that all the decoration in her outfit seems to have that
I wonder if transhumanism will be represented in starfinder - human augmentation is represented in the technology guide, I wonder if any of the iconics will be cyborgs?


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I really liked this backstory...sure it is a little cliche...but what story is Not?

I liked it because of the little glimpses it gives to the world of Starfinder. Really great example of world building.


dharkus wrote:

I seem to remember purple and orange are complimentary colours - probably not a coincidence that all the decoration in her outfit seems to have that

I wonder if transhumanism will be represented in starfinder - human augmentation is represented in the technology guide, I wonder if any of the iconics will be cyborgs?

I would love to explore something like that but there havent been too many hints so far... we do have machines with souls and true AIs though so there is some possible link between organic and non organic life.

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Cybernetics in some form have been confirmed, but accessibility, price, level of augmentation available, etc., all remain unknown.


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I actually think the backstory is interesting. I have no issues with it all. I would applaud the diversity it represents, and it makes people feel included so much the better. If Paizo uses the Iconics for that then I would applaud them. I strictly though they were marketing tool. Never really gave them much thought. So, I guess was wrong about them if they make people feel included great, so much the better!

I have to be Dave2 though, Pretty please could we get preview of Personnel Combat in Blog like you did Starship Combat, I am Leaf in the Wind?

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Freehold DM wrote:
Wei Ji the Learner wrote:


tries to sound out Weydan, and it keeps sounding 'Whedon' to him. Does FreeholdDM know?

...

sounds it out

...Hey...

Freehold DM, do you know what that means?

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If you want to discuss the communism tangent, please take it to another thread.


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A bit tropey, but hey, Starfinder is aiming for the pop scifi crowd, and what's tropier than Star Wars or Star Trek? I do like that although she lost her idealism a bit, she found it again - good change from most versions of that arc.

I did sigh a little bit that the girlfriend died, though. I get why you did it, but I tend to come to Pathfinder to ESCAPE stuff like the dead lesbians trope.


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I don't know why people think she's carrying grenades. Those might just be a couple cans of soda.

Great job on the story! Really excited to read more about the iconics.


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Pepsi cans are proven weapons in the diplomatic arsenal.


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xrayregime wrote:

I don't know why people think she's carrying grenades. Those might just be a couple cans of soda.

Great job on the story! Really excited to read more about the iconics.

Ha!

Maybe Mountain Dew?

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Archmage Variel wrote:
Ashanderai wrote:
Archmage Variel wrote:
Swashbuckles wrote:
Did anyone else notice Weydan kind of rhymes with Cayden? Just sayin'.
While not a core deity of Starfinder, according to James Sutter, Cayden is still alive. Although he did say that he might have passed out. You'd think a god would find a way around getting black out drunk. I can only assume this means that alcohol is more powerful than the gods. All hail beer, the greatest of the gods.

So, if we include Weydan, we now know that the Starfinder core 20 are:

1. Pharasma
2. Abadar
3. Iomedae
4. Sarenrae
5. Desna
6. Urgathoa
7. Zon-Kuthon
8. AI God (has the name been revealed yet?)
9. Weydan
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So, we still don't know who 11 of the gods are yet, huh? But, we do know about Xenowardens (space druids), so I wonder what "nature god" they might worship since we know Gozreh didn't make it?

The A.I. god's name has, at least for now, been revealed as triune (although I haven't seen it spelled out and am only doing it as I would guess it would read in the english language). There also seemed to be some hinting that triune was comprised of multiple a.i., and that multiple races worked in conjunction in order to create it. It is also the reason we have access to the Drift.

Seeing at least one of the eponymous Iron Gods would be amazing; it could even potentially provide a link to Golarion's past.

On another note, how bardy are envoys? Is Navasi secretly an actress or yodeler or something?


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Said it before, I'll say it again- I LOVE how all of her gear looks personalized.


Are all the LGBT iconics female so far? I haven't read that closely, but I know about the rogue, cleric, and shaman...


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RocMeAsmodeus wrote:
Archmage Variel wrote:
Ashanderai wrote:
Archmage Variel wrote:
Swashbuckles wrote:
Did anyone else notice Weydan kind of rhymes with Cayden? Just sayin'.
While not a core deity of Starfinder, according to James Sutter, Cayden is still alive. Although he did say that he might have passed out. You'd think a god would find a way around getting black out drunk. I can only assume this means that alcohol is more powerful than the gods. All hail beer, the greatest of the gods.

So, if we include Weydan, we now know that the Starfinder core 20 are:

1. Pharasma
2. Abadar
3. Iomedae
4. Sarenrae
5. Desna
6. Urgathoa
7. Zon-Kuthon
8. AI God (has the name been revealed yet?)
9. Weydan
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
18.
19.
20.

So, we still don't know who 11 of the gods are yet, huh? But, we do know about Xenowardens (space druids), so I wonder what "nature god" they might worship since we know Gozreh didn't make it?

The A.I. god's name has, at least for now, been revealed as triune (although I haven't seen it spelled out and am only doing it as I would guess it would read in the english language). There also seemed to be some hinting that triune was comprised of multiple a.i., and that multiple races worked in conjunction in order to create it. It is also the reason we have access to the Drift.

Seeing at least one of the eponymous Iron Gods would be amazing; it could even potentially provide a link to Golarion's past.

On another note, how bardy are envoys? Is Navasi secretly an actress or yodeler or something?

I don't think Envoys will be Bard-like in flavor, but I do think their game mechanics will be. I am hoping they are more like the Mesmerist class, though, with de-buffs to whammy the enemy while you buff your allies. I am hoping their flavor is more political intrigue, diplomacy, and military commander than song and dance entertainer.

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One thing of note: it seems like every sci-fi setting has the "Diaspora". I'm wondering what that looks like in Starfinder's setting?

Likewise, Navasi seems awesome and I really hope that's a divine gun. That would be sweet.

PannicAtack wrote:
Are all the LGBT iconics female so far? I haven't read that closely, but I know about the rogue, cleric, and shaman...

Hi, have you met Seltyiel, the iconic magus?


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Ah, yes, Seltyiel, the best representation money can buy. ;P


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Settings offering a diaspora tend to have some hope and a lot of potential for exploring different areas. That plus space is big. Seems like a very appropriate choice for StarFinder.

Ascension, Limitless, Minority Report and Inception weren't really diasporas. I'm sure that I could come up with more examples given time.

I think Navasi's story is pretty good. As others have stated, it gives a good glimpse into the worlds she came from -- plural because she was significantly shaped by more than a single local. I look forward to seeing how the mechanics fits into the story background and vice versa.


Loving her history, especially everything we've learned about the world around her. Dying to know if the Sixth Finger is a Princess Bride reference, and can't wait to read the rules of hovercycles. Ooo, maybe racing could be a thing in Starfinder.

Big question is, which iconic will we see next?

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Ah, yes, Seltyiel, the best representation money can buy. ;P

okay first of all


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"The Diaspora" actually is the name of the asteroid belt in Golarion's solar system.


all I will say is that while I like the piece of art, the character doesnt do anything for me ....... but then again... neither have a good deal of other characters either...

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John Kretzer wrote:
I really liked this backstory...sure it is a little cliche...but what story is Not?

I kind of think it was intentionally genre-appropriate, instead of something so gonzo and out-there that it wouldn't really be 'representative' of any sci-fi character trope, and therefore be kind of useless as an 'iconic' anything.

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I liked it because of the little glimpses it gives to the world of Starfinder. Really great example of world building.

Indeed! I hope all or most of the backstories drop some tantalizing hints as to the lore of the setting.


Actually, looking over the art again, She might have three regular pisotls, that or the artists at work on her have changed some details around between pieces.

As seen here she is maining a wood handled space-revolver. Maybe some some kind of super long holo-sight up top, an exposed accelerator coil and super long flash supresor on the barrel and then a... umm, extension/barrel shroud and bayonet piece underneath? all of that on a hammerless revolver. It must be freakishly heavy and unbalanced.... well, until you factor in some super tech piece to shift weapon mass and recoil impulses into a pocket dimension at least. She has this pistol in this piece which is used in three or so places but its all the same art added to different backgrounds, and this pistol also looks to be on the Core Rulebook where she has her archaic looking sword.

On the cover of First Contact and Incident at Absalom Station however she instead has a pistol that looks to be based off a semi-automatic design without the earth toned grips and with an overall more purpose built look than the garage-custom look seen here. Her secondary pistol seems to be consistent across art however which just makes it all the more interesting as it doesnt seem to fit the design of anything else we've seen.

Still curious to know what is up with Navasi's sword and how well it would parry a blow from that Vesk Lightsaber-Tonfa... (also, lots of Vesk with evergy based melee weapons now, at least three different ones i think, whats up with that?)

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Slothsy wrote:

One thing of note: it seems like every sci-fi setting has the "Diaspora". I'm wondering what that looks like in Starfinder's setting?

Likewise, Navasi seems awesome and I really hope that's a divine gun. That would be sweet.

PannicAtack wrote:
Are all the LGBT iconics female so far? I haven't read that closely, but I know about the rogue, cleric, and shaman...

Hi, have you met Seltyiel, the iconic magus?

Also, Quinn, the iconic investigator, is homosexual.


Steelfiredragon wrote:
all I will say is that while I like the piece of art, the character doesnt do anything for me ....... but then again... neither have a good deal of other characters either...

Well, unless people go back through the blog archives, the art in the books is pretty much all they interact with. So the art is what really has to sell the setting.


too true , too true


I like her. I didn't want to like her, but I do. She's human, the one race I am unlikely to play, and an Envoy, the class that interested me the least, but her story got me. Not all the tropes that have already been mentioned (reminds me of the Thief Lord), but all the little details in it. I want to know more about Absalom Station now, first of all how freaking big is it? Weydan, a god of Exploration; is he depicted as a young idealist, a dreamer looking to the horizon, or is he the Old Man of the Void, who claims spacers who die aboard a ship as his own? Looking at the guns, one is definitely a personal flamer / heat gun (Northwest Smith-style, thank you Leigh Bracket for the image :) ), but the one on her hip looks like it might be some form of projectile weapon and not a beam gun of any description. Did it come from her late friend / lover? who knows? If the other Iconics do this well at making me want to know more about the setting, I'll probably need a straight-jacket before the release date of the book. :)


it's possible she either has different guns to use in different missions or that they're of different lvls where she has different guns with better abilities at higher lvls


dharkus wrote:
it's possible she either has different guns to use in different missions or that they're of different lvls where she has different guns with better abilities at higher lvls

That is kind of what i was thinking, she has clearly different melee weapons in different art and aparently different main pistols which both match up well to the idea of a level based tier system, except for that one, far more interesting, big iron on her hip.

Creative Director, Starfinder Team

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Just a heads-up that Amanda and I have belatedly edited this blog for clarity, as there were some miscommunications during the original editing process, and then I was incommunicado for a week on vacation. Navasi's relationship with her partner was intended to be read as romantic, and that should hopefully be clearer now.

Also, can I just say how happy I am with both the art and backstory for this character? From the beginning, I've been saying that we needed our human iconic to have Malcolm Reynolds' heart and Lando Calrissian's fashion sense, and Amanda and Sarah delivered 200%. :D


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This is seriously beautiful stuff. I keep hearing the soundtrack to Treasure Planet reading this story over again. Come to think of it, I might use Captain Amelia as a character reference in case Navasi pops up in one of my campaigns someday. Capital character ya'll have made. If you ever decide to give Navasi's backstory the comic book treatment, I will buy that thing in a heartbeat - and I doubt I'm alone in this sentiment. Thanks so much for making such an inspiring game.


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James Sutter wrote:
Malcolm Reynolds' heart and Lando Calrissian's fashion sense...

This is possibly the best combination of a thing ever. And I agree that this was most definitely delivered!

Also, YAY FOR GAY!


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I know I'd love to see a comic one of of all their origins. Would be a fun way too test waters on interest in a comic for them


TheGoofyGE3K wrote:
I know I'd love to see a comic one of of all their origins. Would be a fun way too test waters on interest in a comic for them

Ohh, yeah! i have really been digging the setting details, i want to see a comic take a turn through a massive nation sized space station, run out to a pirate infested asteroid field and then even further through the drift! ... err, i guess i want more Saga then? still, i'd subscribe to a Starfinder book :)


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Freehold is concerned that whedon may have changed his name and seduced paizo staff to become some kind of diety.

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James Sutter wrote:

Just a heads-up that Amanda and I have belatedly edited this blog for clarity, as there were some miscommunications during the original editing process, and then I was incommunicado for a week on vacation. Navasi's relationship with her partner was intended to be read as romantic, and that should hopefully be clearer now.

Also, can I just say how happy I am with both the art and backstory for this character? From the beginning, I've been saying that we needed our human iconic to have Malcolm Reynolds' heart and Lando Calrissian's fashion sense, and Amanda and Sarah delivered 200%. :D

*hugs*

*hugs Amanda by proxy*


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Freehold is concerned that whedon may have changed his name and seduced paizo staff to become some kind of diety.

You're practically a living incarnation of Winter, and you're worried about Whedon apotheosizing before you?! I can't tell if this is Stargate or American Gods bleeding into our reality.

I'll bet it was probably pesky adventures using some artifact like a "Berenstein Key" to unlock the walls between unrealized realities. And here I am without a Farscape-1 module.


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MORE GAY SPACE LADIES


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Freehold DM wrote:
Freehold is concerned that whedon may have changed his name and seduced paizo staff to become some kind of diety.

In Whedon we a trust,

Hallow be his name,

Though we walk through a valley of TV Shadows,

The Great Whedon guide and protects us,

;)


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Cap'n Navasi, what'd you say would be the "theme" to your professional background? I've heard tale of a legendary Lashunta Technomancer named Raia what called herself a Xenoseeker for her love to discover new cultures and alien life. Any hints as to what manner of thematic career made you the swashbuckling heroine ya're today? This is an important life lesson we all need to know!


Opsylum wrote:
Cap'n Navasi, what'd you say would be the "theme" for your professional background? I've heard tale of a legendary Lashunta Technomancer named Raia what called herself a Xenoseeker for her love to discover new cultures and alien life. Any hints as to what manner of thematic career made you the swashbuckling heroine ya're today? This is an important life lesson we all need to know!

She sounds a bit like she fits the outlaw background, but I'd like to know for sure too.

Scarab Sages Developer, Starfinder Team

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Yep, outlaw.


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Julie Navasi Mao


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Julie Navasi Mao

NOOOOOOO! I like Navasi!

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