Name: Litia Solis
Position: Priestess
Assignment: Abraxas Station

Race: Romulan
Gender: female

Fitness 2
Strength +1
Coordination 2
Intellect 2
Perception +1
Presence 2
Empathy -1
Psi 0

Administration (Religious) 2 (3)
Athletics (Running) 1 (2)
(Swimming) (2)
Computer (Research) 2 (3)
Culture (Romulan) 2 (3)
Dodge 2
Energy Weapon (Disruptor) 2 (3)
First Aid (Romulan) 2 (3)
Intimidation (Interrogation) 0 (1)
History (Romulan) 1 (2)
Romulan 2
Law (Romulan Civil Law) 1 (2)
Personal Equipment (PADD) 2 (3)
Persuasion Oratory) 2 (4)
Planetside Survival (Urban) 2 (3)
Planetary Tactics (Small Unit Tactics) (1)
Primitive Weaponry (Knife) 1 (2)
Psychology (Detect Lies) 3 (4)
Security (Security Procedures) 1 (2)
Shipboard Systems (Communications) 1 (3)
Social Sciences (Criminology) 2 (3)
(Anthropology) (4)
Stealth (Stealthy Movement) 0 (1)
Systems Engineering (Forcefields) 0 (1)
Theology (Romulan) 3 (5)
Vehicle Operations (Shuttlecraft) 1 (2)
(Ground Vehicle) (2)
World Knowledge (Romulus) 1 (2)

Fearless; Code of Honor (Romulan); Duty (Romulan Empire); Sense of Duty (Romulan Empire); Acute Hearing

Other Statistics
Courage: 3
Renown: 23
Aggression: 0
Discipline: 5
Initiative: 5
Openness: 10
Skill: 3
Resistance: 2

Background Notes:
Birthplace: Romii

The wife of Tal Solis, Litia Solis is a priestess of the Way of D'Era. She maintains a small shrine on the station, and takes frequent trips to the surface of the planet to tender to the needs of the small congregation of devout followers there. Her husband Tal Solis himself is not religious, but respects his wife’s beliefs. They are generally happy together, but worry much about their daughter.

Litia began her career many years ago as a police officer like Tal Solis, but left the service to enter the ministry twelve years ago. She has a strict sense of Romulan morality, which her husband accepts but which sometimes rubs other Romulans (including her daughter) the wrong way.

Appearance and Personality:
Height: 1.8m
Mass: 70kg
Complexion: light olive
Hair: black
Eyes: brown
Distinguishing Marks:

This character was converted from the writeup in the game GURPS Prime Directive, by the Amarillo Design Bureau.

This page © 2012 Owen E. Oulton