BIOGRAPHY

Joined the unit on 1st January 3069
Rank:
Rank
Major
Name:
Valencia
Callsign:
Chyna
Age:
33
Eye Colour :
Saphire
Hair Colour :
Dirty Dishwater Blonde
Height:
5'7"
Weight:
135lbs
Date of Birth :
3044
Languages:
English
Interests:
UAC, 'Mech Piloting, 'Mech Gunnery, Inner Sphere
Race/Culture:
Clan
Gender:
Female
Place of Birth
Ghost Bear Dominion
Planet:
Arcadia
Weight Class:
Heavy
Fighting Style:
Maverick
Gunnery:
2+
Piloting:
2+
Mech:
Supernova SRN
Valencia's Photo

History


Once, Valencia was the pride of her sibko, a ristar with unlimited potential. Her unarmed combat talents were apparent even in the creche. Her exceptional performance attracted the attention of Star Colonel Chou Vong, leader of her Bloodnamed House, who personally awarded her the rank of warrior after her Trial of Position. Valencia graduated into Vong's command and joined the invasion of the Inner Sphere as part of the Colonel's Sixty-Eighth Striker Cluster, where her point participated in a critical strike against a dezgra moon-based monitoring station. That campaign earned her unit a place in the Ghost Bear Remembrance. All that changed on Alshain. In the assault on that planet, Valencia fell in combat and she was taken as a bondsman by House Kurita forces even as they evacuated the world. Her capture earned her the enmity of her former comrades, compounded when she learned of Star Colonel Chou Vong's disgrace and removal from command - her association with Valencia added to her own dishonor. As a bondsman, she dutifully served the Combine until she fell in combat once again - this time against Periphery Bandits. Valencia hasn't been the same since. The Kuritan Doctors call it "post-traumtic stress syndrome." The clans call it cowardice. Declared unfit for duty, the only thing she knew, all that she had lived for, Valencia sank into a deep depression, wandering aimlessly from planet to planet until a Clan-Hating shopkeeper falsely accused her of shoplifting



Personality


Two years in a Combine prison shook Valencia out of her malaise, and a kindly old cellmate taught the poor child that not all Spheriods are hateful. Now Valencia seeks redemption in whatever way she can find it. Though her clan will not accept her back, she believes that there must be worthy masters to serve somewhere, even in the misguided Inner