Name: Arden Ramis
Homeworld: Nar Shaddaa/Nal Hutta
Occupation: Former slave/Pilot
Height: 1.57 meters
Weight: 46.72 kgs
Marital Status: Single
Family: None known
Ship: The Free Flying Soul
Weapon of choice: DL-44 heavy blaster pistol
Arden is an ace Pilot. Since she became a part of the Durga’s gang, she has been learning to shoot and has become quite adapt at it. She is till not the best hand to hand combatant in the world, and would rather use a blaster than her fists. She is a passable mechanic and is good enough at it to affect simple repairs. She can understand Rodese, and Huttese.
When she was a slave, Arden was quiet, unassuming, and shy. If the past few years of freedom have done anything, they have completely brought her out of her shell. Arden is now much more sarcastic. She borders on the side of bratty and petulant. She is very protective of the people she cares about (which is roughly just Trey and Bralor). Arden tends to think before she acts, and this tends to get her into trouble at times.
Arden was born into slavery. She never knew her parents, all she knew was that she was there to serve the crime-lord Reelo Baruk. When she was ten years old, she and several other child slaves were used in a series of secret underground podraces. She quickly proved to have a great knack for it, winning race after race. When she was fifteen, Reedo decided that Arden was just too good and he was beginning to lose money. To get her out of the way, he sold her to Durga Besadii Tai the crime lord from Nal Hutta. When she first arrived it was as a pleasure slave, but when Durga’s personal driver was killed in an assassination attempt and she took the wheel of the speeder to save them both, Durga made her his personal driver. Arden served Durga well, even to the point of on her eighteenth birthday, he gave her conditional freedom by making her an official part of the gang. She is now a valuable member of the gang to Durga, much to the disappointment of several other members of the gang. Some have started a campaign behind her back to remove her from the limelight. So when a young smuggler named Trey Vullif, came to the Hutt looking for a loan to purchase a ship, one of them by the name of Tiila Sadi talked the Hutt into sending Arden with him to protect his investment. Arden felt like it was another form of slavery, but accepted it. Over the next year, her and Trey became friends and confidants.