Delta-3

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Delta-3
Biographical Information
Homeworld:

Gamuslag

Date of Birth:

28 ABY

Physical Description
Species:

Human (clone)

Gender:

Male

Hair:

Brown

Eyes:

Brown

Personal Information
Fighting Style(s):
Chronology & Political Information
Position:

Adjutant

Era(s):

Dark Jedi Brotherhood Era

Affiliation:

Dlarit Special Operations Group

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Captain Cresh

Delta-3, or D-3, was a captain in the Dlarit Special Operations Group. D-3 was one of thirty four Delta-class Advanced Commandos grown in secret on Gamuslag in 27 ABY. D-3 was given the name Cresh after his designation. When the DACs first entered service in 28 ABY, Cresh was assigned as Adjutant to Viceroy Astronicus Aurelius Sadow, the Overlord of Clan Naga Sadow.


Biography

Clan Naga Sadow's Summit had their own picks of the DACs; however, Astronicus was given first pick as his position of Overlord entitled him. He chose Cresh along with his brother Dorn. The two seemed to meld well together and were some of the finest in particular fields that Astronicus favored.

Cresh's particular prediliction for administration stems from the variations exhibited by all of the DAC troopers produced by the program that was launched 27 ABY. While the DAC troopers all came from the same original prime clone they are not entirely identical. Each exhibits a number of individual traits, having been allowed to maintain a degree of independence compared to the regular DSOG troopers. The method of cloning employed also causes the clones to exhibit various phenotypes, leading to a certain amount of inherent variation between them such as hair and eye color. Cresh is still, however, a more than capable soldier, retaining the same combat and tactical skills inherent in each of the DAC troopers.

Astronicus has trained Cresh and Dorn both in forms of combat that he has learned over the years, including some formal instruction in saber fighting - though for one without proper force training saber techniques are harder to learn.


Behind the Scenes

The name Cresh comes from the 3rd letter in the Aurabesh alphabet after Delta-3's numerical designation.