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"It's not enough that we do our best; sometimes we have to do what's required." - Beviin Kabur
Biography[edit | edit source]
Early Years[edit | edit source]
Born on Concord Dawn, his family moved to Mandalore when he was a little boy. He joined his late father Ijaat's mercenary group Tracyn Battalion at a young age, his father having died at Galidraan. One of his brothers, Aden, also perished in that battle. Bardan Cadmir lead the Battalion, until Beviin came of age and took command as his father had wished. He continued to lead Tracyn Battalion for a short while until it was disbanded a month after the start of the Clone wars, with only a scarce handful of the original members remaining. Most having died years prior at Galidraan, or left/been KIA in the years leading up to the Clone Wars. Working solo for a short time after the disbandment of his old unit, he later joined the Mandalorian Guild led by his old friend Aloquar Ordo. After Alouqar retired, Beviin was given command of the Guild, taking the title of Al'Ori'Ramikade, as Aloquar had before him.
Clone Wars[edit | edit source]
"My duties require me to stay with the Guild, and I do not believe siding with either faction in this war is a good choice. If this war should end and you need us, we will come. " - Beviin Kabur, to Mandalore the Resurrector, Spar.
For the first year or so of the Clone Wars, Beviin continued his fight against the Death Watch, while serving under Aloquar Ordo alongside the rest of the Guild. Later on, he also secretly aided the Mandalorian Protectors allied with the CIS fighting against the Republic, using a false name and plain black set of Beskar'gam.
Beviin was severely injured after a small skirmish with a group of Death Watch near the end of the Clone Wars, losing the better part of his leg. While undergoing surgery receiving a prosthetic replacement, the Doctor overseeing the process used Kaminoan technology to secretly make a copy of Beviin's memories. The memories were then modified, and implanted into the brain of a clone of an un-identified Togruta that had been kept in stasis for many years, his creators waiting for a suitably different subject from which to clone memories from. About a year later, Beviin found the Togruta while on a scouting operation on Mylok IV. The Togruta had also been named Beviin Kabur, causing a bit of confusion at first. Beviin took the Togruta (now nicknamed Atin) under his wing, after first having him examined at a neutral medical facility to insure there were no tracking or recording devices implanted in him. While Atin's flash training had been adequate, it was not up to par. After bringing his combat skills to the same level as most of the rest of the Guild's, Atin was placed in an un-official second-in-command position, often taking charge when Beviin was un-available.
Post Clone Wars[edit | edit source]
"An Imp occupation? legalized slave trading? it's a pity we didn't start fighting sooner." - Beviin Kabur, to Mand'alor Fenn Shysa
Some time after the end of the clone wars, Beviin and a large number of former Guild members joined Mand'alor Fenn Shysa and his reformed Mandalorian Protectors fighting against the imperial occupation of Mandalore, and later aiding the Alliance to Restore the Republic to a lesser extant following the Mandalorian's victory over the Imperial forces on Mandalore. He continued to serve with the Protecters under Shysa, and later under Mand'alor Boba Fett, until retiring from active combat in approx. 15 ABY.