|Voice actor:||Holly Fields|
A native of distant Sarkhai and daughter of Senator Tobas Grell, Nadia Grell is a newcomer not only to the Republic, but to the entire concept of space exploration. Surrounded by new species and strange cultures, Nadia is eager to experience everything she can. She has become interested in the intricacies of galactic diplomacy while traveling alongside her father, and often acts as his assistant during talks.
As she revealed on Attis Station, Nadia is also strong in the Force; unusually strong, in fact. As Force sensitives are relatively unknown on Sarkhai, Nadia's untrained powers left her shunned and feared by her own people. Senator Grell's decision to take her with him when he left Sarkhai was motivated by the hope of finding others like her in the Republic, and perhaps discovering some way for her to control her incredible talents.
Likes: Learning, helping the weak, charity, mercy, testing her powers
Dislikes: Cruelty, Dark Jedi, insulting authority
Nadia Grell prefers Cultural Artifact gifts.
|Nadia Grell Preferences|
- A package from Sarkhai
(ed. missing first sentence or two) One of my cousins back home sent me some... well, the Sarkhai term means "gifts of bonding and happiness." They're usually given out as wedding presents. I dont know how she found out about us, but I'm going to have some very searching questions for her later!
I suppose it was a nice thought. They're beautiful gifts, too. It's nice to see things that were created back home, and to know that my relatives are wishing me well. I've studied the Council's doctrine on attachment backwards and fowards since we've been together, but I still can't see anything wrong with being part of a family. Please share these with me; they're yours, too.
Except this bottle of thesum-bark syrup. It's my favorite, but i hear if your're not from Sarkhai, it tastes a lot like medicine.
I've been meditating on something, If we marry and start a family--yes, I know thing are hectic right now, and there's a lot of decisions to be made, but if we ever do-- I wouldn't want to keep it a secret.
Almost everything I've studied about the "perils of love" seems to be written by Jedi who've never expierenced it themselves. They talk about "uncontrolled passion" and "fear of loss" like they're poison. But these jedi never discuss devotion, patience and compassion. Loves taught me more about those then the rest of my training combined. Those Jedi just dismiss love as "obsession," when love's the opposite and they don't seem to know it.
If the masters are going to claim that emotional attachment is flat-out wrong, I want to know that...(ed. missing last paragraph)
- Patch 1.0.0 (13 Dec 2011): Added.