Star Wars: Fate of the Old Republic
Heavy Weapons Guy
Viktor Reznik is a military man of sometimes questionable morals. He is always looking out for his own interests first when it comes to money, but when it comes to watching his teammate’s asses, he is an exemplary member of the team.
His father was a military man since he was old enough to enlist, and Viktor followed in his footsteps. He is a Soldier, through and through. He has a love for Explosives and Heavy Weapons, and it shows. Viktor is 6 feet tall and built like a brick shithouse, he has short black hair and remarkable bright blue eyes. It doesn’t appear that he cares about anyone at first, but he grows quick bonds for his “Brothers of War”.
A commanding officer wrote in a report from one of Viktor’s missions:
“This man is completely psychotic! He blew up 5 speeders, 3 advertising droids and would have blown up an entire city block had the Thermal Detonator gone off… Fortunately enough for myself and the rest of the squad, we were BEHIND Viktor when the Rodian insulted him.”
Viktor’s nature can sometimes lead to him being the center of attention, and not necessarily in a good way.
Recently, when his father went on a special ops mission and never returned, Viktor started asking questions. Anyone in the Empire knows that questions can get you killed, but Viktor just doesn’t care because now he is out for blood. Viktor respects his father more than any other man in the galaxy and is willing to go through anything to see him alive again or bring him home in a bodybag. All soldiers deserve a proper funeral.
Now, he is waiting to see what happens on his newest assignment. This transport job better be worth it… On the last 3 missions that he has been on, he has been nearly killed because of misinformation. Now he has to “transport a package” from Nar Shadaa to Lord Mayghost, a Sith Lord.
If something goes wrong, Viktor has no moral compunction to stay true to the Empire. Those bastards have witheld information for the last time, the pay is shit and he is tired of the miles of red tape. This is it. Which straw will be the one to break the bantha’s back?