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re: Companion Backrounds

Here is what I came up with that "Karson" had a great idea for of all the companions that intertwined with each other I have only came up with a few so far but pls feel free to add others that I may have missed.

Qyzen Fess

It turned out that Qyzen did bounty hunting for a short time with Braden and Mako. Mako stated that if he hunted criminals and not animals, that he would have been a household name.
Mako soon came to see Braden's crew as her first real family and grew to love the code of honor and underground culture of the bounty hunting world. For a short time, the Trandoshan hunter Qyzen Fess was a bounty hunter who worked for Braden and Mako.

During her time with Drayen, Ce'na, now calling herself Vette, learned several tricks to get in and out of places she wasn’t supposed to. She even befriended Drayen's daughter, Risha, and they became as close as sisters.
Despite her biting sarcasm and general selfishness, one can never shake the feeling that Risha would be a better person if only she knew how. Years spent among the galaxy’s dregs have fostered layers of personal self-defense mechanisms and a cynical shell around her. Only the most persistent friend (Vette ) has any hope of meeting the "real" Risha hiding beneath the surface.

Kira Carsen

Carsen discovered she could not recall days or weeks of time, and realized that she too had been taken. She became a Child of the Sith Emperor, meaning that the Emperor could possess her mind and body at will. Fearful of what the Emperor could do to her, she stowed away on a cargo ship headed out of Imperial space

Sith Emperor
The Children of the Emperor came from many different worlds across the galaxy, consisting of individuals from a great number of species and backgrounds.[9] As infants, they were stolen from their parents by the Servants of the Emperor's Hand[10] and brought before the Emperor[9] on Korriban. There, the children were subjected to various rituals and alchemical machinery in the depths of the Sith Academy while the Imperial Guard watched over them,[5] and then they were brought before the Emperor himself.[9]
The Emperor infused part of his strength within the infants, creating a mental link[9] that could only be broken by an immense exertion of the light side of the Force


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