|Marital Status:||Involved in a relationship|
|Son:||Jaered Martano TaVolarian|
|Daughter:||Teeana Getz TaVolarian|
Jaydon has a fiery, impatient personality with an instinctive need to question any assumed authority, and an extremely low self-esteem. Prone to bouts of violence and seemingly random changes in behavior she can appear to be very manipulative, cruel even, but to people who she trusts she is a warm and loving individual with a quirky sense of humor.
No Formal Education was received.
Jaydon was born into the Falcor family of Corellia, not the most wealthiest of families but decent enough. The family had made its reputation in imports and exports, however when Jaydon's brother Terak was forced to take over the reigns of the family business the family went bankrupt. In desperation Terak sold off the remaining members of his family, Jaydon, their mother, and 3 family slaves to pay off the debt. Terak then entered the Imperial Navy, putting all thoughts of his family out of his mind.
Jaydon and her mother managed to remain together for a few months before being sold off, Jaydon to a local crime lord, her mother to a group of smugglers operating out of Nal Hutta. Jaydon spent her childhood as an errand runner for the crime lord, learning how he ran his various business and a few other tricks of the trade. During a Corsec raid she was 'rescued' and placed into the Corellian foster system, which she soon escaped from returning to the streets and the only life she knew. It was on the streets of Coronet that she met her first mentor, an old smuggler who took pity on the teen-aged girl. Taking her aboard his ship as a crew-member, he taught her the tricks of the trade and introduced to her many of his contacts. Jaydon quickly developed a reputation for infiltrating a target and priming it for attack.
With the death of the old smuggler Jaydon found herself alone, broke and with nowhere to go. Desperate she began contacting many of the old smugglers friends, only to be turned down one after the other until she contacted a man who would end up figuring heavily in her future. Seeing her potential he took her into his crew, encouraging her violent side, shaping her into a formidable weapon.
Things were going good for Jaydon until an op went bad. The target was a business conglomerate, she was to infiltrate the business headquarters, obtain a layout, locate security points and if possible disable as many of the security systems as possible. She was able to accomplish her goal but in the process of getting out before the strike team attacked Jaydon was caught. Her cover blown Jaydon faced execution for her crimes. With the building coming down around her ears she was able to make it outside and into the streets were she exchanged places with a civilian casualty, leaving trace evidence of her and behind to insure proper or rather improper identification. The news of her death made it possible for her to go underground, hiding with friends from her days as a slave.
Eventually Jaydon tired of living in hiding and decided that it was time to start working again. Looking up her mentor she contacted him and asked for her old job back. But things had changed for him, he was now the owner of an information and news company, a front for an intelligence agency. He offered her a position as his lead intelligence officer and the face of the news company. Through her old mentor Jaydon was introduced to a wide range of people, establishing contacts throughout all walks of life, and eventually discovering that not only was her brother alive but he was a Master Jedi as well. Working closely under her mentors tutelage Jaydon further honed her skills at deception and assignation. The two quickly developed a heated romance, eventually ending in disastrous ruin, and Jaydon in charge of a company she had no idea how to run, and a family she had no idea what to do with.
Struggling with the company Jaydon met and fell in love with a Jedi, marrying him in secret. Things were looking good for awhile but eventually Jaydons lack of business sense drove the company into the ground. Despondent over her failure Jaydon sold her skills to the highest bidder, the invisible army, whose general was an old mercenary friend of Jaydons. Joining the fledgling government Jaydon worked as a security agent, investigating and enforcing the governments laws. The strain of working a legitimate job, combined with the demands of family she didn't know if she really wanted to be a part of drove Jaydon to the breaking point. The last straw came when she believed her marriage to had failed. In a suicidal rage Jaydon destroyed a warehouse district on the IA's home planet of Elom, also killing her lifelong friend in the process, all under the guise of arresting some gun smugglers. Severely injured in the ensuing damage Jaydon was forced to examine herself and her life closely, and she didn't like what she found.
Jaydons work for the IA continued to decline with frequent bouts of absenteeism as she struggled to make sense of her life, ultimately she was forced to leave her position or face prosecution. Turning to her husband she followed his advice and enlisted in the NAO army, becoming a soldier.
However failure seemed to be the hallmark during this period of Jaydon's life. Larry dissolved their marriage in a fit of anger, later trying to rekindle what had been lost between the two. Jaydon failed to succeed as a military officer, failing to motivate her troops and provide them with the experiences and training they ended to remain at their peak. Failing at being a soldier for the Anzatan Peoples Guard Jaydon turned to an old friend who welcomed her into the ranks of the Rangers where she found a place that accepted her unique background, welcomed her skill's and offered her the guidance she unconsciously sought after. Under their tutelage Jaydon learned the reasons for her prior failures, and began to develop a true feeling for working as a member of a team, all of the time not just when it suited her.
Perhaps the only thing Jaydon can be said to have succeeded at is in her second marriage to Wilhelm von Ismay, whom she married shortly after joining the Rangers. Although that success was short lived, their marriage growing into one in which she found herself presented with the idea that Wilhelm was just like all of the other men in her life, Jaydon did manage to successfully give birth to two healthy twin children who soon became the focus of her life.
Becoming concerned about the welfare of her children Jaydon became obsessed with finding a location from which she could work to provide a safe system, or at least safe by her standards, for her young children to grow up within. To this end she commissioned a space colony to be built, with the assistance of her second in command. The plan was to establish a residence in which the families of Shian, Jaydon and other Fed'eykan, the name that had been given to her unit at ANG, could live and grow up safely in. Protected not only by the Fed`eykan themselves but by the combined might of Ailon Nova Guard.
But the dream was short lived, as soon after the completion of the colony Shian met an untimely demise. His demise sent Jaydon spiraling into depression, a depression so bad that she tried her hardest to find ways to get herself killed. In the end she fled ANG, taking the twins to Anzat in search of some sort of safety and comfort from her husband. However, try as she might, schedule as many meetings with her husband as she could, the man never had time for her or her twins. And in her depressed state Jaydon took this to mean that Wilhelm truly no longer cared for her or the twins except as window dressings. Items that he could point to and say see I'm a family man, a compassionate leader just like the rest of you trying to make a safe place for my children to grow up in.
Dissociative Identity Disorder
Unable to tolerate this apparent treatment Jaydon did what she does best, she ran. Taking the twins Jaydon fled to the Aran family mansion where she hoped that maybe the place could quell her nerves and give her the peace of mind she so craved. However that was not to be. Shortly after arriving at the mansion Jaydon was met by an old friend, a former slave master, Wong, the man responsible for most of Jaydon's more specialized training, and a man who had a score to settle with Jaydon.
Taking her captive Wong tortured Jaydon to within an inch of her life, without asking a single question or making any demands of her. He did it simply to make her hurt and to her remind her that her existence was owe in large par to him. In her current frame of mind Jaydon was unable to cope with the emotional stress and physical pain so she retreated into her mind, convincing herself that she had been shot and was dead. And in the process awaking a dormant personality, one that Wong knew well, Frankie Eurydice. Through Frankie Jaydon was able to survive her torture and even give back some of what she received to the man.
In the end she was allowed to escape, with the intention that Wong would track her through an implanted tracking device, and gather evidence to blackmail his favorite pupil with in the future. For Wong he not only wanted Jaydon to suffer physically again, he also wanted to ruin her life. Wong held Jaydon accountable for the recent raid on one of the planet that his group used to train their slaves upon, escaping with a very expensive group of slaves. As far as Wong was concerned this was war, and revenge rolled into one, with the desired result being to destroy Jaydon's life and make her come crawling back to Wong begging for him to take her in once again, so that he could complete his revenge through her slow and painfully prolonged death in his service.
Somehow Jaydon, or rather Frankie now, as Frankie had become the dominant personality as Jaydon's mind fractured, developing dissociative personality disorder, managed to find a way to gain some help, gaining the use of a Bacta Tank to heel the many wounds that Wong had inflicted upon her as well as transport away from Wong's location to Aldeeraan. Frankie awoke on the transport to find herself in the company of an Aldeeraanian woman by the name of Saalia Evas who seemed to have a knack for acquiring guests. During the trip to Aldeeraan the woman picked up not only Jaydon but a fellow employee and a battered hitchhiker fleeing from a dog fight.
During Frankie's tenure as the dominant personality Jaydon was employed in various occupations from miner, to shipper, to transportation of V.I.P.'s until a chance encounter with a force user began the end of Frankie's domination. Through the help of this force user, and many of her old friends, Jaydon was able to reassert control of her own mind and vanquish Frankie back to the depths from which she had risen from.
But this transformation came with a price, Jaydon was now completely cut off from everyone she had ever cared for except for two individuals, her life-long companion Laari and her best friends husband, Nir Wana. Despite this, Jaydon found herself amongst new friends, and a new family in the form of Nir and Anny's children, who were very close in age to her own twins. As always Laari had stuck behind her, aiding her in whatever she was doing and always, protecting the twins. With Nir's help Jaydon regained control of herself, and through herself into her new work, that which she had been trained for, a mercenary in the employ of the Wraiths. Once again Jaydon started over in her life, this time with children to care for, and supporting friends, that she hoped would not turn out to be the same sort of individuals she usually picked as her friends.
While working for the Wraiths the opportunity arose for Jaydon to help govern the Jospro Sector, a Sector which used to house the palace, and seat of governance for Black Sun. It was as if the Wheel was bringing her around full circle, and offering her an opportunity to commit to good deeds, rather than bad ones. So she took the plunge and joined the ranks of Caduceus Province, specifically Jospro-Azurbani Management Corporation. Under the supervision of a fellow HA member Jaydon formed The Canaries, and began to work towards freeing the system of Black Sun's influence.
After working her way up the ranks of the Wraiths, Jaydon found herself forced to make a decision; to either stick with an outfit that did not pay her on a regular basis or commit herself wholeheartedly to JMC, a management company that was formed to govern the Sector of Jospro, which was now being called Azurbani. Weighing into the picture was the fact that her twin children were at a stage in their development that they would benefit greatly from formal education, something for which Jaydon found herself unprepared for. It was the safety of her children that decided her, she left the Wraiths and committed herself to JMC.