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34 BBY (63)
Devshak Redloc is a NPC character written by CPT Witcher as part of the Hammer Crew Cruise competition. He serves as a Supply Officer, Epsilon Squadron Flight 3 (Missile Boat)).
Origin: Records inconsistent (crypto department detected no sign of forgery, suspected corruption of data through database damage during the rebel insurrection).
Education: No formal higher education.
Marital status: Single.
Material status: Average for his race, age and social situation.
Family background: Records inconsistent (crypto department detected no sign of forgery, suspected corruption of data through database damage during the rebel insurrection).
Motivation for joining the Corps: Employment stability, benefits.
Incident record: 46 bar fights (0 started; always provoked by other party)
Key strengths: Above-average physical strength, even for his species. Above-average intelligence for his species (exceeding (!) average human intelligence).
Known weaknesses: Gambling - occasionally.
Risks and threats: None (that we can identify at this point).
Suggested actions: ISB has not been able to identify any immediate threats outside of gambling (potential addiction, gambling dues, etc.). However, limited available reliable records and a combination of personal traits (intelligent, solitary alien) suggest Corporal Redloc should be under constant supervision and monitoring.
Summary: Relatively quiet, do-his-job-but-not-much-more kind. Nearly ideally average in job efficiency (1.35% OAR). Takes part in most social activities by his co-workers, but rarely takes the lead in anything. His incident record, although suspicious, is valid: witnesses of all incidents said that it was another party who started the incident (most often: “to check rumours on Devaronians being so strong”). While his co-workers and Epsilon Squadron pilots have not noted anything suspicious about Corporal Redloc, as a non- human with very limited confirmed records in databases, Corporal should be monitored for potential subversive activity. Devaronians have a confirmed history of difficulty in following orders and maintaining discipline. This one seems almost too perfect to be real.