Queen Nara Gale
Though she is the queen of Ligra's Lion-people, Nara Gale is not one of them. No, she is, in fact, a completely normal human, lacking special powers of any stripe. While she conceivably has access to the Lion-People's advanced technology, she never seems to make use of it.
Hindrances / Augmentations:
Leadership (w): perhaps the reason the Lion-people of Ligra chose an alien to be their monarch, Nara undoubtedly has some sort of skill related to the command and inspiration of others. Should she find herself leading others in battle, she grants their actions a +1 bonus.
As the undisputed leader of the Lion-people of Ligra, Nara may naturally rely upon her many leonine subjects for assistance in just about anything she should ask for. Should she journey to earth, she could possibly acquire aid from relatives still extant on that world.
Majesty: whether it was her upbringing before she came to Ligra or after, Nara has an inherent respect for positions of royalty. She has demonstrated that she takes the responsibility of ruling others most seriously, and strives to lead by dint of fair and good example.
The Queen of the Lion People does not really go adventuring all that much. However, she does wear fanciful and ornate dresses as a function of her leadership position amongst her subjects. Her official gown appears to be white, with various accessories and jewels to accent it.
As the leader of the Lion-people, Nara takes her responsibilities to them very seriously. She does her level best to rule responsibly and fairly, and wants nothing more than to see her people live long, fruitful lives, free of the scourge of evil!
Real Name: Nara Gale
Occupation: Queen of the Lion-people
Legal Status: citizen of the United Kingdom, ruler of the planet Ligra
Marital Status: single
Alias(es), if any: none
Group Affiliation: none
Height: 5' 7" (estimate)
Weight: 125 lbs (estimate)
Other Distinguishing Characteristics: none.
Nara Gale's story, like that of most humans, began on the planet earth. Her father, a British inventor by the name of Sir Ron Gale, was decades ahead of his time. Having invented a functional spacecraft, Sir Ron loaded his wife and daughter into the vehicle, and made for the stars!
The first habitable planet he discovered, Ligra was rather similar to the earth - it was even occupied by sentient beings! Sadly for the Gale family, the first sentient species on Ligra they encountered was the highly hostile Dragon-men, who slew Sir Ron and his wife outright.
Young Nara, however, escaped the fate her parents suffered. Rescued by members of Ligra's other sentient species, the Lion-people, Nara was raised by them from a very young age. In time, she grew to become an exemplar of their culture, and they made her their queen!
Taking her job as royalty very seriously, having been born in a land inundated with nobility, Nara continued the Lion-people's peace and prosperity during her short tenure, though both were interrupted by one of the Dragon-men with delusions of grandeur: King Jago!
Having abducted Professor Zog and his creation, the Marvel of the Age known as Electro, Jago forced both to help his armies overthrow the Lion-people. With Electro at his side, Jago easily routed his foes, and captured Queen Nara in an attempt to seize her royal jewelry.
When she refused, Jago decided to kill her with a giant octopus-like creature, but by this time Professor Zog had eluded his Dragon-men captors. Ordering Electro to turn on them, he quickly reversed the ill tidings he'd brought to Ligra, and may or may not have killed Jago in the process.
With the Dragon-men routed once more, Queen Nara resumed her place as the ruler of Ligra's Lion-people - and by extension, Ligra itself. Having made Zog an honorary Knight of Ligra, she watched as he stole one of the Dragon-men's space craft, and used it to return home.
What she's been up to since has yet to be revealed.
Aside from his elevated ability scores, Gor is otherwise a conventional Lion-person of Ligra. Thus, he benefits from inherent Claws, Fangs, Resistance to Cold (intensity 4), and Super Senses / Hearing, Sight and Touch (intensity 3). Oh, and he has a Q-ray emitter.
As a Knight of Ligra, Gor readily took up arms in the battle against the Dragon-men when they invaded his homeland. While it seemed that Gor was killed in action fighting Jago, it wasn't clear if this was him or some other Knight in similar garb. So Gor may or may not still be around.
But if he still lives, Gor likely continues on as Nara's body guard / assistant / whatever.
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