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Template: Rebel Saboteur

Character Name: The Name Chart can be used
Gender: [M][F]
Species: Human
Age: 30+
Height: m
Weight: kg
Force Sensitive: [Yes][No]
Force Points: 1 or 2
Dark Side Points: 0 or up to 5 (based on background)
Character Points: 10
Extra Character Points: 20+ (+5-10 based on background, 10 per Dark Side Point, 5 per Cyber point)
Cyber Points: 0 or up to 6 (based on background)
Move: 10 (varies if not human)
Place of Birth:

Background: Required
Physical Description: Required
Personality: Required
Objective(s): Required
Quote(s): At least one is required

Dexterity 3D+1: Blaster, Dodge, Grenade, Melee Combat, Missile Weapons, Running
Perception 3D: Con, Forgery, Hide, Persuasion, Sneak
Strength 3D: Brawling Combat, Climbing/Jumping, Lifting, Stamina, Swimming
Knowledge 2D+1: Alien Species, Bureaucracy, Streetwise, Survival
Mechanical 2D+2: Ground Vehicle Ops, Hover Vehicle Ops, Repulsorlift Ops
Technical 3D+2: Computer Program/Repair, Demolitions, Droid Programming, Droid Repair, First Aid, Security

Hold-Out Blaster: Damage: 3D+1, Range: Ammo: 6 (2 extra clips)
Demolition Charge: Damage: 12D, Blast Radius: 0-2/5/8/12
3 Forged ID's: (Security rolls of 27, 24 and 22 to detect)
Civilian Clothes (4 sets)
Mouse Droid (equipped with spy camera and comlink)

Credits: 200 or variable if chart is used

MSE-6 Repair Droid
Manufacturer: Rebaxan Columni
Model: MSE-6
Class: 5th Degree
Equipped With:
-Auditory sensors
-Retractable heavy manipulator (+2D to lifting)
-Retractable fine manipulator (+1D to lifting)
-One skill matrix programmed with one of the following skills: bureaucracy 3D, sensors 3D, hide 3D, search 3D, armor repair 3D, blaster repair 3D, capital ship repair 3D, capital ship weapon repair 3D, computer programming/repair 3D, droid programming 3D, droid repair 3D, security 3D, starfighter repair 3D
Move: 5
Size: 0.3 meters
Cost: 350 credits
Source: Cynabar’s Fantastic Technology: Droids, Dark Force Rising Sourcebook (pages 102), Death Star Technical Companion (page 93), The Thrawn Trilogy Sourcebook (page 197), Rebellion Era Sourcebook (page 27), Arms and Equipment Guide (pages 51-52)

"Lastly, we have a complaint from the Aar'aa regarding their order. Apparently, the MSE droids skittering underfoot are making them uncomfortably… hungry."
-Rebaxan Columni executives, product testing the MSE-6

The MSE-6-series repair droid, sometimes referred to as the mouse droid, was a small, box-shaped, wheeled general purpose MSE-series droid often used for delivery and maintenance purposes. MSE-6 units were most notably on Star Destroyers and both Death Stars during the time of the Galactic Empire.


The MSE-6 stood about 25 centimeters tall and ran on four wheels. Although programmed with multiple capabilities, the droid was designed with only a singular function. A modular circuit matrix was installed beneath the droid's boxy shell, and contained programming for one skill. Commonly, mouse droids carried out cleanup and basic repair duties, and could serve in security and communications fields. Since each droid possessed only a single skill, multiple mouse droids could chain together to pool their resources for more complex assignments. Trains of MSE-6 droids could often be seen guiding troops through military installations; this kind of duty required mouse droids to be programmed with complete readouts of their assigned areas. In addition, due to their use in military outposts, MSE-6 units were rigged to melt down if captured, giving the droids a strong self-preservation instinct.


The MSE-6 was developed by the Chadra-Fan at Rebaxan Columni, based on the earliest MSE design, the MSE-1T droid. Rebaxan produced billions of the droids, heavily promoting them in over four hundred sectors and marketing them as "cute"; the general public instead considered them irritating, and some considered them similar to annoying vermin. Many MSE-6 droids were used by the Republic Navy during the Clone Wars. The Confederacy of Independent Systems also maintained a number of these droids and MSE-4 droids, a similar but smaller model, in the Separatist Council War Room on Mustafar at the end of the Clone Wars.

Rebaxan Columni became desperate to sell the massive collection of droids they had built, so they sold the entire lot of them to the Empire for work in the Imperial Navy, which was desperate for droids, before bankruptcy. MSE-6s became common on the Death Star.

Gara Petothel and her R2-series astromech droid Tonin used the MSE-6 droids of Warlord Zsinj's flagship Iron Fist to attempt to destroy it by reprogramming them and replacing their wheels with magnetic strips. The droids severely damaged the hyperdrive, trapping the vessel at the Selaggis system so that General Han Solo could come and engage it. She also used the droids to alter holocam feeds, hack into the ship's main computer, and gain access to restricted levels of the ship.

A while later, at the height of the Yuuzhan Vong War, the Galactic Federation of Free Alliances modified a number of mouse droids into YVH-M droids, which served as mobile surveillance units to root out infiltrators on Mon Calamari.