In the middle of the chaos of the Clone Wars a Republic cruiser intercepted a distress signal from a damaged slave barge owned by an influential Hutt. The slaves had revolted and taken over the ship in transit to Nar Shadda, killing the slavers. The slavers damaged the controls of the ship before the end, and the ship was adrift in space with limited food and power. The Republic cruiser assisted the former slaves in repairing the ship. The ship was under the command of Jedi General Plo Koon. He directed the survivors to a remote colony world far from the conflict. Among the hundreds of slaves was a pregnant Klatooinian woman.
The ship landed on the new colony world a good distance from other colonies. The slaves worked together to build a democratic society, with aid from neighboring towns. Safe from the Hutts the slaves flourished. And the pregnant Klatooinian woman gave birth to a healthy son. She named him Barada, after the Klatooinian hero Barada M'Beg, hoping her son would get some of the wisdom of M'Beg.
The colony thrived in the following years. Barada showed little inclination to study, instead joining hunting parties from the colony as a scout, and later hunter. He roamed the countryside and was respected as a hunter and a provider. For him the hunting combined the excitement and danger of the wilderness and the ability to provide for his mother as her health failed.
When his mother died, Barada started looking for a prospective mate. As he visited other settlements he started hearing reports of the Empire coming to the planet. He later heard that there had been a rebel listening outpost on one of the planet's moons, and that the sector Moff thought that the locals had aided the rebels. This brought the attention of the Empire on the sparsely populated planet. And representatives of Imperial Mining close to the Moff persuaded him to allow massive mining operations on the planet.
The locals protested, but nobody listened. Baraka banded together with a group of hunters who wanted to do more than protest and write letters. They started sabotaging mining equipment, but soon fought skirmishes with troopers sent to quell this little uprising. They thought that their knowledge of the land would protect them, but did not realize that the sector Moff was at the time visiting the new Imperial Mining headquarters on the planet, and took the raids as a personal affront. He ordered his commanders to spare no expense in stopping the raids before the insurgents grew bolder. His commanders sent the ground forces from an entire Star Destroyer, with plentiful air support, to deal with the problem.
With the level of support from the air, and the number of soldiers and equipment on the ground, the resulting extermination of the band of hunters was inevitable. They scattered and fled. Most got caught fast, but Barada got as far as to the capital, where he was hounded by a squad of Storm Troopers as he sought a way off the planet. As the Imperials closed in the young Klatooinian was rescued by a human off-worlder who hid him in the back of his speeder.
The old man was part of a small team of rebels investigating the situation on the planet, and with the aid of his rebel friends he got Barada smuggled on to a freighter, and away from the small colony world where he had spent his entire life.
After his experience with the cruelty of the Empire, and the noble fight of the Rebel Alliance, Barada saw only one option open. He joined the rebellion, vowing to use his skills as a hunter to hunt down Imperial soldiers where ever and when ever commanded by his superiors. After going through basic training he was sent on a mission to the jungles of Onderon.
Barada has been a hunter since he was but a pup, and finds great thrill in pitting his wilderness skills against aggressive and dangerous creatures. After joining the Rebellion he gets the most thrill out of hunting Imperial troops, the most dangerous pray of all.
Belief: Species Rights
Barada was raised in a colony formed by former slaves of all species, and is very open to all species. He is personally offended by the Emperor's Human first policy and wants none-humans to have the voice they deserve.
Duty: Combat Victory 
Although he is a hunter at heart, in the military machine of the Rebel Alliance Barada is a foot soldier.
Barada is a tall, fairly athletic Klatooinian at 1.87m and 92kg. He has dark-brown skin, wrinkled after constant exposure to the elements, making him look older than he should at 22 years old. He wears a soldier's armor and carries a blaster rifle with a scope with a broad knife in his belt.