"Everything I did in my life that was worthwhile I caught Hell for." "I try to take one day at a time, but sometimes several days attack me at once." "Courage is the most important of all virtues, because without it we can't practice any other virtue with consistency." "You don't get to choose how you're going to die. Or when. You can only decide how you're going to live." "Why did God make man before he made woman? Because he didn't want any advice on how to do it." (Heh heh xD). Avatar/Pic thingy made by Arcones. A few quotes, credit where credit is due, and... Well, nothing about me. Meh, never liked bios anyway. I'm too modest to list the great and awesome things I've done in life... xD.
History: Captain Karis is an Imperial veteran, having fought at the Battle of Mon Calamari and the Battle of Bastion.
At the Battle of Mon Calamari, he participated in one of the many boarding operations to capture the massive orbital facilities over the planet. He survived the close quarter combat, and received a promotion to Sergeant.
He then further proved himself on Bastion, holding his position with his men on one of the flanks of an Imperial assault force, allowing them to attack without having to deal with enemy flanking forces. He participated in a further 4 major confrontations and countless minor skirmishes.
He was promoted to Captain after the battle, and was chosen to serve with an undermanned Clone Legion, quickly gaining the respect of his fellow soldiers. His current whereabouts are unknown, though it is rumored that he and the Clone Legion he serves in vanished from records soon after Emperor Tarl came into office.
Those in the know know that Karis serves Tihr, and leads Tihr's men into battle, providing protection and support to the young Sith.
Personality: He has a sharp wit, a foul mouth and quick reflexes. He is respected both by his men and by Tihr, who recognizes Karis' natural leadership ability.
He keeps morale up with witty remarks, sarcastic comments and an extraordinary calm and confidence when faced with the enemy. He is a good soldier, though, following most orders without question, though may try to crack a joke at them.
He is also rather moral for an Imperial, knowing that Law and Order must be enforced with an Iron Fist but reluctant to be that fist, and may disobey orders to kill civilians for no reason.
Can sometimes question immoral orders
Dislikes killing civilians for no reason