Human Female Nobel
Lady Neera Garren is a human female noble. She was born to a wealthy noble family in the Outer Rim, and after enjoying a privilleged offworld education Neera decided to form her own business at a young age, founding the Perlemian Sirens, a team of professional bounty-hunters.
Neera met with great success early on, and attracted a very high class of clientele and built a reputation for delivering on bounties in a quick and efficient timeframe. Over the years Neera employed a great many fellow female bounty-hunters, always proudly boasting that she had never once lost a single fellow bounty-hunter in the line of duty.
The subrepeating blaster was by far her favourite of the two as it could match the firepower in short bursts of a much larger repeating blaster, providing ample opportunity for cover fire and distractions alike.
Encounters with the Player Party
The player party first encountered Neera Garren and the Perlemian Sirens on the planet Ando exactly one year following the end of the Clone Wars. There they were undercover as a gladiatorial team, which Kalko the Colossal wagered on and won a large amount of credits.
Following the assassination of Imperial Governor Craz Oduur and the party’s subsequent framing for the murder, the Sirens took up the bounty.
Months later they were contacted by a woman named Tyrnia Masak who told them that she had located the party on the Outer Rim world of Dantooine, and that though she wanted nothing more than revenge against the party she would split the bounty of five-million credits a head with the Sirens. Neera accepted the deal, and a plan was hatched to travel to Dantooine in their respective starships and capture the party one at a time to avoid engaging them as a group.
Though they were able to aprehend Akira, an attempt to capture Kalko failed, and the Sirens starship was heavily damaged by the player party while they attempted to flee Dantooine. Akira managed to escape during the fighting, and after the Sirens surrendered the party following their ships destruction, he later advocated sparing the captured Siren’s lives rather than execute unarmed prisoners. He was able to convince Aidan to accept his plan rather than execute the women as proposed by Kalko.
Akira and Nyla would later take the prisoners to see the The Wise Old One, who chose to whipe the women’s memory of the party and the events on Dantooine, thereby protecting the party’s hiding place for the time being.
Tyrnia Masak however escaped Dantooine in her own starship and could not be found.