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La'tâ Qoji

Physical Characteristics

  • Height:130cm1)
  • Mass:63kg2)
  • Measurements:

Build and Skin Color: Underneath her fur is a light small form with brown skin. Because she as a Tula has low body fat the little muscle she has is somewhat noticeable when exposed, but her body is still fairly soft to the touch since her muscle lack definition.

Eyes and Facial Features: She has sharp narrow eyes with pale blue irises that have an orange ring around them

Ears: her ears are triangular and point upwards with blackish fur at the tips, The fur extends further than the ear much like a lynx's ears.

Fur Color: Her fur is average length but dense with a sinopia undercoat and rich brown main coat with tawny 'stripes' through out it.

Distinguishing Features:

Psychological Characteristics

Personality: While not a perfectionist, La'tâ has a lot of trouble accepting the outcome of something when she did not put her best effort into it. She knows she has to learn to accept life as it is but it is still hard for her. Usually though she is a very polite and well mannered person, hardly ever showing open distastes for something. Having trained as a retainer, she tries to constantly be up-building and positive, always wanting to add something positive if she is going to speak.

  • Likes:La'tâ enjoys taking time to sit down with a cup of Yâty when she has a break to unwind and relax.
  • Dislikes:She has never been able to understand lazy people, being someone who's always enjoyed working herself.
  • Goals:To be considered a person of worth, not for herself, but so she does not stain her family's reputation.



  • Father: Jotâ Qoji3), Qital Qoji, Be'qa Qoji
  • Mother: La'mu Qoji4), MuFa
  • Several bothers and sisters


The Qoji family is a family in good standing in the Muiqor house, and most family members choose to live as retainers. Because of this La'tâ grew up seeing her family perform many task as retainers and taking pride in it and she decided at an early age she wanted to be a retainer. La'tâ made this clear to her parents after her Yogate'ka ritual and they were more than willing to support her. When she got home from school her parents would give her further lessons on the job of retainers and rolls.

Though she went through different internships in school it was just so La'tâ could better discover what kind of retainer she wanted to be, as well as a suggesting from her mother, to make sure she was choosing what she really wanted. Soon the young Tula settled on studying medicine with the Otâmovi Wiy Jael and took in as much as she could. La'tâ expected to immediately start work as a retainer once she graduated however she was not assigned to work for any specific family, there was no need for any more retainers. So La'tâ fully embraced the Otâmovi Wiy Jael to learn and study, picking up every thing she could, even things that were frowned upon.

Still having no request as a retainer, La'tâ found her self joining the Wotanu Abokatinka Poku where she has just completed her training, planning to explore space and gain as much experience as she can for when someone finally needs her.

WAP Yome Ismâopate

Whom Fortune Favors

La'tâ was assigned to work on the Yome Ismâopate as a Wapoin'a (Tender). After just barely making it to the ship on time, she was accepted after giving her oath to Jaqsi Yaobas. She was deployed on a training exercise using the Stako with other the other Sâvyjo on board.

The planet for the exercise was Âmuar (Dream) which had already been colonized by the clan and was deemed relatively safe and a good place for the new recruits to get used to operating a stako in natural environments. The squad was sent to check out an old Siama'bu Soujo (Defilers of Dead) instillation that had been abandoned. There were reports of possible activity but it was assumed to be nothing and a perfect location for the rookies. On approach they soon lost contact with the other squad that was heading around the other way and had to improvise their own methods to investigate.

Inside the structure they found that Siama'bu Soujo were still present and operating the facility and recruits decided to eradicate them, and hopefully the noise from their weapons fire would alert the other team as to the presence of hostiles. It was a long and difficult battle for the young ones, La'tâ even had to take command temporarily while Keyul Aaeas's radio was not working and he could not command them. The recruits managed to fight their way through everything though and meet up with the other squad and clear out the establishment of the Siama'bu Soujo.


Knowledge: Clan Lore

La'tâ since starting at the age of 5 was taught at the Ruohui Giba'te (Academies), the history of the clan, basic clan law, and traditions. They also received training in the history of their Ruoka (House) and Punla (Family). While at the Ruohui Giba'te (Academies) they were schooled in social interaction, customs and etiquette of their people.


La'tâ received initial training in Veltin-daho'te (Knife Fighting) in their home, and while at the Ruohui Giba'te (Academies). Their proficiency was measured in the Baqnor (move from youth).

Common Skills

La'tâ received compulsory training in mathematics, finances and the basic operation of command clan equipment and basic use of Kynjodau'tajo Aorq'ka (Information Technology).

Shipboard Life

All members of the clan spend time on ships, their world station is essentially a ship so these skills apply there.

Vit'taka (Plant Speech)

La'tâ's Tula blood gives her an affinity towards plants and allows her the use of Vit'taka (Plant Speech). She is able to use the Sense, Sense II and Telepathy abilities, and is skilled in the use and care of common Jodauvit (Think Plant).

Wapoin'a (Tender)

La'tâ is trained in Poku Saeruo Degonjo emergency medical procedures and equipment. They underwent a training program which included classroom and hands on training. La'tâ is capable of performing triage, and performing medical treatment to stabilize and prepare injured people for transport to medical facilities.

Niopaw'a (Harmer?)

5)There is a shadow to every light. The good of medical care has it's uses, but sometimes medicine must be used for less than honorable purposes. La'tâ learned how to use poisons and medicines to do harm along with heal. She also learned how to keep an eye out and detect poison. This was all learned to be of use to who ever her master becomes in the future.

Goa'a Âbime (Shadow Walker)

La'tâ being a retainer does not draw undo attention to herself and has trained to stay out of sight when not needed. She can conceal her presence much like a hunter would, but her skill goes beyond that to being able touch people without being noticed if they are not paying attention.

Obekâ'a (Servant)

Having received retainer training along with her medical training La'tâ is capable of taking care of household chores ranging from simply serving guest to giving massages and even to child rearing. Of course without much practice she is not great at these things, but she has enough knowledge to not bring shame to her master.


La'tâ is capable of handling the basic operations of a Goa'ismâ (Scout) Stako Yanuto. While not well versed in melee combat with the stako, she is a rather steady shot with a HS-EW1-1a Rotygo Akko Stako (Coil Rifle Frame) and the built in Phased Plasma Canon.




These items will be either generic or may have the individuals Punla (Family) colors and crests

  • 1 Lapur (belt)
  • 1 pr Bapaumati (sandals)
  • 1 pr Bapawotai (boots)
  • 2 Umatsai (robes)
  • 2 Hodiwota (trousers)
  • 3 Jendomu (tunic)
  • 5 Niomse (underwear)


The following specific items a member of the clan will have for performing their Kâbo'kai (Occupations).

  • Lapur (belt) utility to hold tools or weapons.
  • Moqbapa (footwear) depends on the job, or task.
    • Bapaumati (sandals)
    • Bapawotai (boots) worn when foot protection is required.
  • Umatli (Kilt) worn by all members
  • Hapuwotai (gloves) are used in some professions to protect the hand.
  • Jendomu (tunic) Normally worn to distinguish ranking members, from lower echelon. Rank is worn on the left side, and the house and family on the right.


All clan members will have the following for wearing to special events.

756(D) Duty Uniform

  • 2 White Hodiwota (trousers)
  • 2 White Duinjen (shirt) short sleeve or sleeveless
  • 2 Maroon long open Jendomu (tunic) with gold trim
  • 1 Red Lapurnium (sash) wrapped around the waist
  • 1 Wide Red Lapurnium Onet (Neck Sash) wrapped around the neck and draped down the back
  • 1 (Optional) Black Shoulder Lapurnium (sash) for wearing Afirmui Gely (Honor Crests)
  • 1 Black sandals or boots

756(F) Formal Uniform

  • 1 White Umatli (Kilt)
  • 1 White Duinjen (shirt) short sleeve or sleeveless
  • 1 Maroon waist length open Jendomu (tunic) with gold trim
  • 1 Red Lapurnium (sash) wrapped around the waist
  • 1 Black leather Lapur (belt)
  • 1 Wide Red Lapurnium Onet (Neck Sash) wrapped around the neck and draped down the back
  • 1 Black Shoulder Lapurnium (sash) for wearing Afirmui Gely (Honor Crests)
  • 1 pr Black boots



Afirmui Gely (Honor Crests)
Crest Name Reason
Otâmovi Wiy Jael (Silver Moon Sect) Completion of Training for the Otâmovi Wiy Jael (Silver Moon Sect)
Wotanu Abokatinka Poku (Clan Defense Fleet) Completion of WAP training.
Fau a-te (First blood) Engaged in live fire combat.


La'tâ is a Sâvyjo'sa and receives 120 Gold OW monthly Kâbolelpa (salary).

Total savings Addition Subtractions Reason
1,000 OW Starting Funds
2,000 OW 1,000 Awarded share/Promotion
2,120 OW 120 11/755 Salary
2,240 OW 120 12/755 Salary
3,680 OW 1440 756(YE37) Salary


This character is NOT up for Adoption

biological father
head and biological mother
Degonjo Ta'a (Hidden Speaker) subskill

character/la_ta.txt · Last modified: 2019/06/21 12:37 by wes