Star Wars – Adversary Data File
Nemesis – Spaceport Administrator
Spaceport Personnel – Spaceports are a common haunt for galactic travelers and adventurers of all sorts. Anyone who makes part of his life or livelihood aboard a starship will spend a significant amount of time in spaceports on one planet or another. Whether they are located in the desert, on a glacier, in a grand city, or hovering above the planet on a space station, there are certain commonalities that most spaceports share, and personnel is one of the most significant.
From Edge of the Empire
On some worlds, a spaceport is like a tiny kingdom unto itself. On others, it is merely one cog in a vast bureaucratic machine that spans entire systems. Regardless, the ultimate authority for the administration of a spaceport typically falls to a single being, at least in the short term, and that individual is authorized to make whatever decisions must be made for the good of the installation when trouble arises. A spaceport administrator can be an incredible ally for a pilot and his crew or he can make their lives so miserable that they avoid certain spaceports at all cost.
Fantasy Flight Games Rules – Spaceport Administrator [Nemesis]
Source: Edge of the Empire – Core Rules (sw-ffg-ee-cr-398)
Spaceport Administrator [Nemesis]
Brawn 2 – Agility 2 – Intellect 4 – Cunning 4 – Willpower 3 – Presence 3
Soak Value 2 – Wound Threshold 14 – Strain Threshold 13 – Melee/Ranged Defence 0/0
- Skills: Charm 2, Coercion 2, Cool 2, Deception 2, Perception 4, Ranged – Light 2, Streetwise 3, Vigilance 3
- Adversary 1 – Upgrade difficulty of all combat checks against this target one time.
- Nobody’s Fool 1 – Upgrade difficulty of Charm, Coercion, or Deception checks targeting Spaceport Administrator once.
- Plausible Deniability 2 – Remove two Setback (Black) dice from all Coercion and Deception checks.
- Spaceport Leader – Spaceport staff add Boost (Blue) dice to all Vigilance and Perception checks when in the Spaceport Administrator’s presence.
- Light Blaster Pistol (Ranged – Light; Damage 5; Critical 4; Range Medium; Stun Setting),
Game Master Notes
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