Zannis

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Zannis is from an old money noble Zabrick family that lives on the race’s home world of Iridonnia. Her grandfather is Zon Kooth, a man known for his business acumen, racial pride, and iron will. Her grandmother is Masu Kooth from the Noth family. The Noths are also an old family that went from major noble status to minor three generations ago due to bad investment decisions. The Noths are hoping to regain their former power through the marriage of Masu. Masu was uniquely suited to this task. She had an uncanny ability to persuade people into seeing things her way. Grand mama has a cruel, practical side powered by a Dark Side score equal to her wisdom. She welds The Force like a finely tuned violin, although she is totally unaware of her powers. Masu is the true power behind Zon, content to let him and the rest of the world think he controls the family. The couple has four children: Xenia is first female, Tonga is second female, Tang first male, and Jote second male. Their first three offspring are cut from the family cloth. Jote, however, is the white sheep of the bunch. He is a kind, sensitive soul. Masu often chastised him saying, “You are just like my worthless brother. Noth males can be weak, soft, and unworthy of their horns. You’ll never bring this family honor.” Jote knew his mother’s words were true; he would never be comfortable within the families’ shadow. He was making plans for his future about the time that father purchased a new slave. It was a young female human from Vevay the Hutt of Nar Shaddaa. Vevay had a large selection, his gang having breed slave stock for several generations. Maybe it was her delicate features, or her silent grace, or her soulful eyes but whatever the reason Jote immediately was drawn to girl #3. The Family never called slaves by a name, just their rank in the household. Masu noticed the attraction and was furious. This was a low she never expected, even from her disappointment of a son. If she couldn’t talk decorum into Jote, then she’d address this problem in another way. Masu asked Zon to return or resell the girl. He refused, even after his wife turned on her “charm”. Next she had #3 sent to another job, making her #14. Jote started personally supervising the air scrubbing crew in order to see her. Masu, running out of options, severely beat the girl in a fit of anger. This was totally out of character. Masu knew the value of a credit and under ordinary circumstances would never damage the merchandise. Jote needed to act and quickly. His plans were far from ready but he must move now or C’nati (the slave’s proper name) might die. He gathered all the credits he could find, mom’s jewelry, and a few valuable family heirlooms. The two left that night. The young lovers ran for four years. They married, had a baby girl, and started an abolitionist organization with the plundered family wealth. It all came to an end on a cold, rainy night when Zon’s hired bounty hunter found the small family, killing the couple. Their child, Zannis, was saved by a neighbor. The bounty was for a live capture of Jote, and Zon was devastated over the death of his youngest son. Family rumor said that perhaps it wasn’t an accident. Masu and her daughters had no love for Zon’s soft son. Life would be easier, and the inheritance larger, if he never returned. There was only one very small detail to clean up. Surely it would be easy to find one small half breed girl child…………

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