Here is the character, right after character generation finished:
Jackson Law Age 22 7A87B5 Ex-Army Captain
Tactics-4, Rifle-1, SMG-1, CG Vehicle-0, Carousing-0
|Our good Captain. Still a young pup. That will change.|
Quite the junior tactician, eh? But out of the service after only one term. What's that about? Was it because of his low SOC that the other officers didn't approve of the young man? Well, could be a lot of things.
Skip ahead 20 years.
Now, during that period, Jackson adventured a lot. He also used the Experience rules to polish up his skill set. He also saved up enough to take a Sabbatical, and garner a brand new skill.
Unfortunately, his health suffered from years of adventuring. He passed through three aging rolls and lost 2 points from each of his physical stats by the age of 42.
Now, at the mature age of 42 (equivalent of 6 terms) let's have a look at him:
|Not a young pup anymore. Now far more capable and dangerous.|
Tactics-4. Leader-2, Rifle-2, SMG-2, CG Vehicle-1, Carousing-1
Gear: TL11 Speeder, Combat Armor, Custom Rifle w/Electronic sights
Team of 6 Henchmen (seen in photo below) all Rifle-1
Team Law at a training event
|At the head of a well-oiled machine.|
This is a character who can be a force for good; someone who has made a mark on the subsector. At 42, he's still got years of adventuring time left as well. Maybe his next 4-year cycle will be Physical Fitness to counter the degradation of his stats. We'll see.
Author's addition 8-1/19: I forgot to include Jackson's list of Contacts. The first 'year' of play I went with mostly random-roll encounters. There were lots of patrons on small jobs, and many Random Encounters. Several of those got Reaction rolls of 10+, and a few 12's. One of those was a Scout character and the two of them did odd jobs together for a while. They parted ways but stayed friends. After 20 years of adventuring, Jackson would have accumulated a long list of allies, friends and yes, enemies. The top name on the list is the ruler who gave him the Knighthood, but plenty of other grateful Patrons may respond with aid is Jackson were to call on them to return the favor.