Roll Call: Jocasta Laeda, “Swan Queen”

Name: Jyo’castor’laeda (“Jocasta Laeda”)

Species: Chiss

Alias/Titles: Major, Dr

Class: Trooper-Commando

Home Planet: Csilla

Alignment: Neutral/Light

Age: 28

Eyes: Red

Hair: Grey

Marital Status: Married

Relatives: Aric Jorgan (Husband) Cad’kreon’iyrah (Twin Brother) Jenaraa (Adopted sister)

Distinctive Features:

Jyo’castor’laeda (Jocasta) grew up on the Chiss homeworld with her family, including her twin brother Cad’kreon’iyrah. Her parents later adopted Jenaraa, a human child left abandoned on the snowy plains of Csilla. Her parents both had strong medical backgrounds, and were being approached by both the Empire and Republic for assistance with projects that would be crucial in their upcoming campaigns. Under threats from the Empire if they did not collaborate, the family made arrangements to get away into Republic space safely. Jocasta’s mother was captured by the Empire during their escape, and Jocasta became determined to find a way to rescue her from their clutches.

Jocasta, Kreon, Jenaraa and her father started their new life in the Republic on Coruscant, and their father always emphasised that they should be grateful for their new life. Jocasta enlisted in the Republic army as soon as she was old enough, though her background made her somewhat an outsider, and she was often underestimated due to her petite frame. Nonetheless, she trained twice as hard as anyone else in her class, and graduated along with the rest of them. Years of suspicious behaviour made Jocasta somewhat sarcastic and snarky, a trait shared with her adoptive sister Jenaraa. Jocasta aimed to follow in her parents’ footsteps and specialise in medicine out in the field, and made her father very proud.

Jocasta quickly rose through the ranks of the Republic military, where she met her partner Aric Jorgan, whom she later married (despite her constant flirtation with Jonas Balkar) She took Aric to meet her father, who greatly approved. She and Aric are planning a rescue mission for Jocasta’s mother, who she is convinced is still alive.

When doing everything by the books didn’t get people to take her seriously, Jocasta look a more glib approach to life and became the first to retort with something witty and sometimes cutting. She grew sick of the suspicion people treated her with, which allowed her to empathise strongly with her squadmate Elara Dorne. Jocasta is sarcastic and it’s hard to tell whether she’s taking you seriously, but if there’s a cause she agrees with, or you’re someone she cares about, she’ll always have your back.

Tomorrow’s notes:

When I made Jocasta, I didn’t think I would enjoy playing her as much as I did. She was different to Aquerple, and quite different to my other toons, too. The Aric romance was really interesting as well, since I’d never done it. I was worried that they wouldn’t ‘click’ but they bounced off eachother quite well. I nicknamed Jocasta the “Swan Queen” (from the mythology of Leda and the swan) and also because of her character development and the way she transformed the more I played her.

I liked the idea of her being a combat medic, and it was enjoyable to play (if not challenging at times!).

That being said, if it wasn’t for Aric’s return in KOTFE, I probably wouldn’t consider doing more story with her, and lean towards levelling her for use in Ops etc. But we shall see!

 

 

Thanks for reading yet another Tomorrow Ramble xoxox

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