CZ-198 Application : Research Contributor
1. Please tell us a little about yourself. Why do you want to be a part of the Czerka family?
My name is Drahle, rogue sith warrior, and after planet-hopping as an errand-boy for Darth Baras, I've become accustomed to performing simple to complex (with an emphasis on combat-related) tasks. Rarely has any task been completed without feedback, and I rather relish in relaying my conquests. I would like to join the Czerka family as a Research Contributor because I have many talents that would be best exploited in a community that recognizes commitment, curiosity, and the level of endurance I've acquired for ams, droids, and biological components in my travels. Additionally, I believe that working for a company interested in credits would be more financially sound for my pocket, than chasing the whims of a paranoid sociopath.
2. At Czerka, we pride ourselves on our accomplishments. Please name three of your accomplishments that you are most proud of. (Please do not include family milestones such as marriages or the birth of your children.)
In flight between planets I commit myself to studying various languages and have become fluent in many; nothing seems more droll to me than simple sentences meant to convey entire conversations.
I successfully infiltrated and advanced, rather quickly, up the ranks of an underground cultist movement while simultaneously reorganizing the political climate of the House of Grathan on Dromund Kaas. Both purely out of academic curiosity.
And, for my efforts on the Balmorran Front, I've recently been awarded the proverbial keys to the city, if you will, from Lady Lachris.
3. How did you go about achieving the accomplishments above. Would you say you would do "whatever it takes" for success?
I am a descendant of the Sith, but also of direct lineage from the Kabuki Legacy. By that, I mean to say I achieve greatness by following my passions fiercely but with class. As for whatever it takes for success, therein lies a paradox. For my own success, I believe as long I am able to kick back in my ship once in a while, I've already reached it. For Czerka, I will get the job done. No shortcuts, no loose ends, and, after submitting my status reports, cocktails for breakfast.
4. Would you say you have a strong moral compass? Do you think this could get in the way of your job, should you be asked to do something...questionable?
I try to keep my moral compass on a blue tangent. I've worked with many Gree and they will attest to my tendency to earn my credits. This will absolutely affect my job; if I'm hired, I'll have a job. To the get the credits, I'll need to do it.
Achieving success through questionable means is a folly only to those who lack thoroughness. Again, if there are no loose ends, there should be no questions.
5. You are about to enjoy our wide variety of complimentary cocktails and snacks, when you notice that your esteemed colleague's newest experiment is likely to break out of their confines while you are gone. How would you handle this situation?
Naturally, I would bring the experiment with me. After all, what proper gala would be complete without a demonstration of current production. We could all revel in the state of affairs, speak candidly of the direction of the experiment and have a jovial brainstorming. Unless it was unsubduable, then I would have to put it down, and holo-call my colleague to save me a drink. Or if it were odiferous, too. No one wants to be the smelly one at a party.