Gunslingers are the hired runners of the galaxy. They are the ones doing all the dirty work for anyone that can afford their services. They are usually bounty hunters or mercenaries. Gunslingers normally operate solo, are generally well connected, and are quite knowledgeable. Although they prefer ranged energy weapons, as the name would allude, they are equally skilled in hand-to-hand combat and in the use of melee weapons. Gunslingers tend to be dependable, as they always try to fulfill the terms of their contracts. Gunslingers are generally nomadic, never bothering to set roots, as work keeps them mobile and makes it very difficult to make lasting relationships. They spend most of their time earning new contracts, but it doesn’t stop them from having fun or fulfilling their own personal desires.
Star chart of current star system (1)
Common Credits: 10D100+10D12
Government Credits:(Character Level)D100
Gunslingers spend very little time learning new skills that don’t directly help them in their work-for-hire lifestyle. They are rather content. When you reach 8th level, and again at 16th level, you can gain expertise in one skill in which you are proficient.
Experience With Kits
Gunslingers don’t have a need for kits like most others. They rely primarily on their wits and their weapons. When you reach 6th level and 18th level, you can gain proficiency in a kit or expertise in a kit you are already proficient.
Skills: Choose two from the following: Astronomy, Deception, Intimidation, Investigation, Perception, Stealth, and Survival
Kits: Stellar Cartography Kit and one more of your choice.
Armor: Light, Energy
Weapons: Energy Ranged
Ability Score Improvement (ASI)
Always facing danger, meeting new people, and gaining new experiences, Gunslingers mature rather quickly. When you reach 2nd level, and again at 6th level, 9th level, 15th level, and 20th level, you can increase one ability score by 1.
All Gunslingers have specialty points, which they use to determine how many times they can perform special actions. Gunslingers specialty points are based on your Charisma score (Bounty Hunter) and Dexterity score (Mercenary).
Dexterity Score = Accuracy Points
10 + Dexterity Score = CR
Bullseye: When you engage with a ranged energy weapon, you can use one accuracy point to automatically hit the target, so long it is within your weapon’s range.
Point-Blank: When you engage with a ranged energy weapon, you can use one accuracy point to make the engagement roll a critical hit if it is above a 10. If you are within 5 feet of a target, you do not suffer a penalty on a ranged energy weapon.
Warning Shot: On your turn, you can use an action and one accuracy point to roll an Intimidation check with advantage. This becomes the CR. The target must make a Wisdom check against the CR. On a fail, the target must use its full movement to get away from you and can’t take any action against you. The target can move in any direction, but can’t be forced into an unsafe space. The target can provoke opportunities while moving, but not from you.
Immobilize: When you engage with a ranged energy weapon, and after you roll damage, you can use one accuracy point to reduce the target’s movement to 0 until the end of its next turn.
Mortar: When you engage with a ranged energy weapon, and after you roll damage, you use one accuracy point to force the target to make a Strength check. On a fail, the target is pushed back 15 feet, regardless of the terrain, and knocked down. On a successful check, the target is pushed back but not knocked down.
Bounty Hunters move to the beat of their own drum, yet always ready for their next job. They are experienced and well traveled and don’t mind traveling with others, however it’s hard for them to develop long term relationships because at any point the person they care about could be their next bounty. For them, it’s never personal, it’s just business. Still, they are generally charismatic and have as many friends as they have enemies. They almost always owe as many favors as they are owed.
Mercenaries are individuals who take part in military conflict for personal profit, are otherwise outsiders to the conflict, and are not members of any other official military. Mercenaries fight for money or other forms of payment rather than for political interests. Mercenaries can also be hired as hitmen or assassins. They are expensive but you can rest assure that you will get results. Unlike bounty hunters, mercenaries don’t engage with people they haven’t known for a very long time, like prior to becoming a mercenary. They work alone and in the shadows. They are fearless and cunning. They are excellent hand-to-hand combatants and highly skilled in virtually any weapon they can get their hands on.