Malorva by MioraaNyte ()
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Bounty hunter, pirate, murderess, Champion of the Great Hunt... just some of the titles given to, who many believe, a former noblewoman of the Chiss Ascendancy. Known only by the name Malorva, her true history is a mystery to all. Even her crew, a hodgepodge of slicers, con artists, Mandalorian warriors and other misfits of 'normal' society, don't know or care. They only know that the 'Boss' is as loyal to them as they are to her.
Upon winning the Great Hunt, Mandalore himself made her a Mandalorian and appointed her as his second. Also as a prize, she was given a full suit of the finest Bessmer armor... an ultra-rare material known to be the only thing able to resist lightsaber attacks.
Preferring her natural speed and maneuverability over heavy, bulky armor plate, Malorva had the precious metal reforged into the finest thread possible. With the aid of the greatest synthweavers (not to mention, an emperor's ransom in credits), she was able to obtain a multitude of light weight garments that suited her needs to perfection.
Non-political in her business, her main contracts come from various sources within the Sith Empire. She also has no qualms in accepting employment from other sources, even Republic (though there is a million credit bounty on her head there) as long as it doesn't conflict directly with Imperial interests (Malorva's own words, "the hand that feeds me").
Throughout the galaxy it is known as a solid fact, if the blue woman is after you, dead or alive, you'll be found.
Image Comments (11)
Another GREAT female character with a strong action pose. You really have something cool going on here! I really like the "cinematic gun poses" with them to the side! Very fun. Once more, though, it's the lighting that seems to bring it down a bit. A little more on her hair would help it pop out from the background and add some more nuances to her great skin textures.
Bravo for another really inspiring piece.