What i have....
Specs: sleeper agent/(eventually: imp cadet and analyst)
Specializes in tactical and strategic considerations.
He is an accomplished Dejarik champion player having held a top twelve ranking in the Corellian system during Academy. Earning him the nick name "the General".
His first real job was at Sorosuub, where he befriended a sullistan with a knack for underground piloting. They used to field a team in an amateur Sullistan racing league. He helped plot the course and assist the mechanics analyse results. They've kept in sporadic contact every since.
Later he is employed as a statistician for the corellian shipbuilder's union. From their he made a minor name for himself having provided the winning prices of evidence in more than a few cases defending Union actions.
While the Republic still had a few who saw it as worth defending, he was recommended for a position in the republic controlling corruption through audits and investigations during the clone wars, though much of his time was spent loaned out to logistics departments sorting out screwed up supplies problems.
He ran a betting ring on the outcome of military strategy and different battles.
However he was used to digging deep, he squirreled away what time he could and slowly started uncovering evidence of a grand conspiracy that seem to reach the highest seat of power.
One day he was cautiously reprimanded by a supervisor who encouraged him to apply for a promotion, one that would coincidently get him far away from his investigation... The boss implied it was for his own good in a way that was more than just professional concern but a warning. He applied for it, his last day before switching to the new job he disappeared along with his terminal, guns and a bunch of office datapads and flimsiplast files. He left.
His supervisor without knowing exactly why, took the risk to cover the loss of of files.
Rebellion, to overthrow the growing corruption and tyranny in the galaxy.
Obligation 20 (+10xp)- Maintain cover story/constant planning
He frequently has to dip out or detours to maintain a multitude of ongoing cover stories and false identities he uses to get access or collect information.
He has routed a number of seemingly innocuous positions to his com, logistics officers, booking agencies etc.