Nasurn Ghan Dinest Karaten Nadarr Narok Tazen
Race: Salarian Appearance:
Atypically of most Salarians, Tazen is defined by both his tall stature, standing at 6’5, and his -for a Salarian’s body- muscular physique, a product of the training he has undergone since a young age. Years of work in both the Union’s military and the STG have left a number of scars through the whole length of Tazen’s body, the most evident being the prosthetic left leg that is grafted to his body.
Outside of combat, Tazen wears the standard Initiative fatigues for Salarians but coloured white so that it might go along with the deep green colour of his skin. The only notable thing is the fact that Tazen refuses to wear a shoe on his prosthetic left, arguing that he feels it is uncomfortable for himBackground:
Born in 2160 CE in the planet Nasurn to the Narok clan, Tazen’s early life was defined by the achievements of his forebears. The Narok clan had long ago defined itself for its contributions to the Salarian Union’s military, with many members of the family joining the Special Tasks Group. Expecting to follow in the footsteps of his ancestors, Tazen’s youth was molded by both a combination of intense studies -so as to better prepare him for, what was expected to be, a long career in STG- and arduous physical training. The training imposed upon the young Tazen molded him into a sharp minded individual, one who also excelled not only due to his intellect but also because of his physical prowess. Eventually, following the expectations that his family had for him, the young scion of the Narok clan enrolled into the Salarian Union’s military at the age of 11.
To the delight of his family Tazen quickly distinguished himself within the Union’s army, steadily gaining recognition from his higher ups as had been expected of him. However, despite the acclaim heaped upon the young Salarian by his superiors, it seemed like a place within STG became more and more unlikely as time passed and Tazen wasn’t chosen to join the famed intelligence service, a fact that he -and by extension his family- would have easily known, even before any sort of official announcement, due to the Narok’s clan connections to the renowned Special Tasks Group. As such, as the years went by and no place within STG seemed forthcoming, influential members of the Narok clan, a few Dalatrasses and a small number of high-ranking members of the STG, started pressuring Tazen into taking a more active role in securing a place within the Special Tasks Group, be it either by discreetly sabotaging potential rivals or taking greater risks in pursuit of greater recognition from his superiors; the heads of the clan had decided that the young scion of the Narok clan no longer would wait passively to be awarded, what was seen as, rightfully his.
An opportunity latter presented itself in the year 2176 CE when the Salarian colony of Na’Kesh, located near the Terminus Systems in the Attican Traverse, was attacked by a joint force of Batarian and Krogan slavers. Tazen distinguished himself during the battle for the colony when he commandeered a squad of his fellow soldiers to go behind enemy lines and attempt to take out the leadership of the raiding forces so their offensive would crumble under the lack of proper, cohesive, guidance. Unfortunately the plan concocted by Tazen was soon derailed when their attempt on taking on the Battlemaster in charge of the Krogan forces soon drew the attention of the leader of the Batarian forces, his fellow soldiers quickly dying under the onslaught of the two outlaw leaders forced Tazen to quickly adapt his plan so as to salvage their failed operation to collapse the leadership of the slaver forces.
With little to no options left for him and his forces, Tazen took a risk and ordered his remaining men to focus their efforts on the Krogan Battlemaster over his Batarian counterpart. The scion of the Narok clan had done this in a deliberate attempt to induce a bout of the infamous krogan Blood Rage, hoping to use himself and his men, if the plan worked, as a lure to draw the berserker Battlemaster towards the rest of the slavers and hoping that in his crazed state the Krogan leader would be unable to identify between friend and foe and as such would attack its own forces. Fortunately his plan worked and the Battlemaster became blood-enraged, the krogan letting out a scream of rage as he charged at Tazen’s diminished squad.
Unfortunately Tazen had underestimated the terrifying strength of a blood-crazed Krogan as the now-crazed Battlemaster reached them far faster than what he had anticipated. The terrifying tales of Krogans under the thrall of the Blood Rage, which Tazen had dismissed most of his life as mere exaggerations from overly-terrified individuals and boastful krogan mercenaries, came to life in front of his very eyes as two of his remaining squadmates were easily butchered. Fear gripping their hearts, Tazen and his fellow soldiers ran away madly towards the nearest combat zone between the forces of the Union’s army and the invading slavers. Unfortunately, or fortunately depending on how one looked at it, Tazen’s plan had worked and the crazed Krogan Battlemaster chased after them, the sudden appearance of the berserker krogan upon the battlefield catching both fighting forces unaware. What followed shortly afterwards was a descent into chaos as the crazed Battlemaster tried to chase Tazen and the surviving members of his squad began hurting both allies and foes in his attempt to catch his quarry; the invading slavers soon turning upon each other as someone shot the enraged leader of the krogan forces, causing a domino effect among the slavers as numerous clashes erupted between the invading forces.
Details of what happened next are blurry for Tazen as he collapsed shortly after the fight had turned into a three-way battle between the divided slaver groups and the Union’s army, as a loose shot from a Striker assault rifle blew up his left leg under the knee his already damaged armor unable to withstand the damage. After that event he was pulled from the conflict on Na’Kesh and placed on a hospital in his home city of Karaten on Nasurn. There, as he was given a prosthetic leg and went through rehabilitation so he could get accustomed to his new limb, Tazen reflected on what had led him to act in such a way during the conflict in Na’Kesh, his original plan had been risky, if sound in its logic, and was unlike him to take such types of actions, not to mention that his follow-up plan to try and salvage the situation had been a life-or-death gamble that, in the end, he was unsure if it had been successful. The only fact he knew for a certainty is that his plan had seven of his fellow soldiers out of the ten of them that had took part in its attempt. Slowly the realization sunk in that his actions that day had been borne out of a sense of superiority that had gone unnoticed by him until this moment of introspection, indeed looking back he could see that many of his prior actions -both during his training days and as a full member of the Salarian Union’s military- had been guided by this internalized sense of superiority and what mere months ago had seemed to be peerless feats of military acumen that only he could have accomplished -and easily at that- revealed themselves to be merely foolish risks that he had taken due to his inflated ego, risks that had accomplished little and that smarter, and undoubtedly superior, soldiers than him would have easily avoided and accomplished far more. Alongside this he also realized that the pressures recently put upon him by his clan had only worsened this tendency, if they had not been the cause of it in the first place. In that moment Tazen vowed to himself that he’d never hold himself above anyone, no longer he’d allow his ego to cloud his vision and cause him to take unnecessary risks under the belief that he could accomplish anything he set his mind to do.
Striving to become a better soldier, and person, Tazen focused wholeheartedly on his rehabilitation so that he could re-join the Union’s armed forces, feeling it necessary for him to overcome his personal flaws completely and to make amends for those lives he had put at risk with his previous conduct. Things were not to be so simple however for, when the day finally came for Tazen to leave the hospital in which he had been treated, the scion of the Narok clan received a digital letter. It’s contents indicated that he was to attend a military court to explain his actions during the slaver attack on the colony of Na’Kesh, the letter ending with the digital signature of the Dalatrass currently in charge of the city of Karaten. The dreaded date came in the blink of an eye and Tazen suddenly found himself facing a military court; he recognized a few of the faces gathered, his commander among them along with the leader of a squad that had been attached to their unit before they had been deployed to Na’Kesh and the Dalatrass currently in charge of Karaten. Charged with disobeying orders and breaking formation, Tazen was ordered to recount his actions after breaking formation and to provide an explanation as to why he had done so.
As he recounted his actions and provided his reasoning for attempting them Tazen was sometimes interrupted by inquiries from the leader of the extra squad. The minutes stretched by as the pattern continued to repeat itself: he would relay a piece of his tale and the mysterious Salarian would question him about one subject or another. After what felt like hours, but which had been at most half an hour, Tazen finished his tale, being ordered to leave the room in which they had gathered almost as soon as he was done speaking. Once more the minutes stretched by as Tazen waited outside, listening to the muffled sounds of discussion and the occasional sound of a fist hitting a table. Eventually the doors leading to the room opened and, much to Tazen’s surprise, the gathered members filled out one by one without so much as addressing a word to him until only him and the Salarian who had questioned him as he told his tale remained.
The mysterious Salarian approached him and presented himself as Lieutenant Colonel Certan Amnor of the STG. Amnor quickly explained to him that he and his team had been attached to Tazen’s battalion upon receiving a tip regarding the invasion of Na’Kesh, especifically that the slaver’s raid upon the colony might hid a deeper motive than a mere smash and grab of slaves by raiders. Certan continued on by stating that Tazen’s plan had given him and his team the perfect distraction to sneak into the building that the raiders had claimed as their base, there he and his squad had discovered information that had proven the truth of the tip that they had received. Dumbfounded by the sudden rush of information and the fact that all members of the hearing had left without coming up to a consensus in regards to his actions in Na’Kesh, Tazen could only think to ask why was he being told all this information, how did it relate to him in any way, and why the sudden departure of the rest of the members presiding over his military court?
Letting out a soft chuckle, and shaking his head slightly, Certan bade Tazen to take a deep breath and relax. Once it was clear that Tazen had calmed down Amnor began explaining things to the scion of clan Narok. To answer Tazen’s first question, Certan merely reiterated what he had said before; that Tazen’s little plan had helped him and his team sneak into the building that the slavers had been using as a base of operations, in regards to the second query Certan merely said that he felt he owed it to Tazen to thank him in person for the help he had provided, however unintentionally, to his team. When it came the time to answer the third question, Certan explained that he had been responsible for that last fact. After he had been told to leave the room, the discussion among those gathered to precede over the military court had turned to the fate of Tazen’s position in the Union’s military. There were a few members that proponed that he be commended his his quick-thinking skills which allowed him to salvage the disastrous attempt to assassinate the slaver leaders. Another group petitioned for him to be stripped of his rank and dishonorably discharged from the military forces, a few of the members of his team that had died had been from influential clans like Tazen himself and they have been, quietly but surely, clamoring for either reparations from the Narok clan or for Tazen to face some sort of punishment for being responsible for the deaths of the scions of those important clans. In light of this impasse Certan, who thought similarly to those clamoring for Tazen to be commended, proposed a compromise, the Narok clan would enter into negotiations to determine what reparations they’d have to pay to those other clans who clamored for them.
At the same time he also proposed that Tazen be incorporated into STG, Amnor being certain that the greater flexibility of operations enjoyed by the Special Tasks Group would better suit Tazen and allow him to operate more effectively. This proposition appalled those who leaned in favor of Tazen being punished for his disobedience, and was responsible for the small outburst of commotion that Tazen had heard while waiting outside, believing that allowing Tazen to join STG was a ridiculous proposition at best and an insulting one at worst. In their eyes, Tazen had proved that he wasn’t ready for such a prestigious position when he had gotten over half of his team killed. In an effort to placate them, Amnor had made a compromise: Tazen would join him on a mission so as to prove himself as being worthy of joining STG but were he to fail he’d be dishonorably discharged from the Union’s military and the Narok clan would be forced to pay reparations to those clamoring for them. Both sides had agreed that Amnor’s amended proposition was reasonably enough and as such had accepted it, leaving him the task of telling Tazen what was to happen to him. Shocked by the sudden reveal Tazen somewhat numbly accepted Certan’s offer, accepting the Amnor’s outstretched hand in an automatic reflex as his mind processed all the sudden revelations.
The days following his hearing were spent preparing Tazen to join STG, Certan’s invitation to join his squad not being quite enough to secure the young member of the Narok clan a position within the prestigious organization. Numerous tests were performed to ensure that he was in good health, both physically and mentally, along with a few rounds of tests to ensure that he was accommodating to the new leg prosthetic given by him to STG, one built specifically to comply with the types of challenges faced by the members of the Special Tasks Groups; once Tazen was done being tested he was formally, if briefly due to an urgent mission, introduced to Lt. Col. Certan’s team. With the introductions out of the way Amnor began with the meeting properly, for Tazen’s benefit he began at the start: the tip they had received about the raid on Na’Kesh. The Lt. Col. related how the wider raid on the colony had been nothing more than a smokescreen for a much smaller, precise, attack on a biolab on Na’Kesh, the hope being that the widespread looting done by the combined Batarian and Krogan forces would be enough to mask that particular raid as just a wider part of the invasion of the Salarian colony. As Amnor explained it, the minds behind the raid could be tracked back to the Grimnar krogan clan; a clan that had distinguished itself for its extremist nature, similar to other krogan organisations such as Clan Weyrloc or certain bands of the Blood Pack.
As Certan explained it, Clan Grimnar had been part of those krogan clans that wished to continue fighting even after the deployment of the Genophage on Tuchanka. A short series of attacks, perpetrated mainly thanks to elements of the clan that hadn’t been on Tuchanka and which had managed to appropriate a small number of vessels, led the krogan clan to the brink of ruin, seemingly vanishing from the face of Tuchanka shortly afterwards. However, if the tip received by the STG was any indication, Clan Grimnar had merely gone underground in order to recoup its strength and to prepare for a new wave of Krogan aggression, the key to this being the captured Salarian geneticists which the extremist krogans hoped would deliver them from the clutches of the Genophage and allow them to position themselves as undisputed leaders of Tuchanka. However the main danger possessed by Clan Grimnar wasn’t their ambitions in and of itself, indeed Certan mentioned that it’d take them hundreds of raids and kidnapped geneticists -along with information kept safely guarded by STG itself- to be able to achieve their goal of reversing the Genophage and as such their plan was practically doomed to failure, but rather that their dangerous ideology could expand itself to the wider Krogan population in Tuchanka. The STG was worried that a unified Krogan populace, unified and motivated by the ideology of Clan Grimnar, could pose a grave threat both to the Citadel races and to the Krogans themselves.
The plan to neutralize the extremist krogans consisted of a cover insertion into Tuchanka, utilizing the sand and ash storms that took place on the planet as cover to insert each member of the team separately via shuttles and with intervals of weeks between each insertion. The drop point itself consisted of what was, according to the limited intelligence the STG could gather, what was speculated to have been a small vehicle depot, located a few clicks away from the main compound used by Clan Grimnar for their operations. The choice of the drop point had been based only partially due to its, relative, proximity to the compound belonging to the clan of extremists, the other factor in the decision had been the hope of finding a Krogan vehicle they could use in their approach to the compound. The intent behind that part of the plan, as Certan had explained it, was twofold, in one hand it would allow them to move closer to the compound without arousing suspicion until they were ready to strike; on the other hand, the hope that was that the use of such a vehicle would mask their involvement and make it seem like the demise of Clan Grimnar had been a result of a conflict with another clan.
Unfortunately their arrival to the vehicle depot heralded the first of many troubles that would accompany them during the mission, for while there were vehicles in the depot all of them were in different -but nonetheless- severe states of disrepair that left them unusable. As such the months trickled by as Narok and the rest of the team struggled to repair one of the tomkah’s, being forced to cannibalize the other nonfunctioning vehicles in the depot in an effort to get a working vehicle that could allow them to reach the compound of clan Grimnar. The preparations that had been made in case of an emergency allowed the group to survive in the precarious conditions that were common to the Krogan people, but as time went on the group of Salarians were forced to venture out to hunt for food and to find drinkable water.
The second roadblock found by Lt. Col. Certan’s group was when they were suddenly found by a small group of Krogan, who had come to check the abandoned vehicle depot when they noticed one of the hunting parties that were sent out to gather food and water. Panicking the Salarians opened fired as soon as the Krogans had left their vehicle, fearing that they had been found by members of clan Grimnar before they even had a chance to put in motion their mission. The sudden attack allowed the Salarians to win, but not without taking casualties among the team with one dead and two wounded members. Rummaging through what few possessions were carried by the Krogan group, and what was inside the Tomkah they had been using to travel, it was learned that they belonged to clan Terdak, who’s main compound was near that of clan Grimnar.
Having lost one member of the team, with two others incapacitated due to their injuries, it was collectively decided by the rest of the group to change the course of the plan. Instead of a traditional assault on the compound, as had been the original plan, it was decided that the team would split in two, one group would procure two of the vehicles kept in the compound along with sabotaging the rest of the tomkah’s while the other team would infiltrate deep into the compound and set numerous bombs through the compound with their ultimate objective being to prime the main reactor of the building to explode. That way it was hoped that, along with the other explosives planted, a chain reaction would be set off that would destroy the building. The final phase of the plan consisted in approaching the compound of Clan Terdak, its location obtained from the tomakh they had captured, and using the turrets from the tomkah’s pilfered from clan Grimnar to give the illusion that the later was attacking the former.
Narok was assigned to the group in charge of securing the vehicles needed for the plan, while Certan was in charge of the team planting the explosives and sabotaging the reactor powering the compound. Things seemed to go in their favor for once, as Narok and the rest of his team managed to isolate the part of the compound were the vehicles were kept before they engaged what few krogans were left taking care of the tomkahs in the compound. What followed was a battle against the few guards that had been posted to keep an eye on the vehicles, the battle resulting in a few wounds on account of the fact that they had managed to take the krogan by surprise due to them not expecting an ambush inside of their compound. The next few minutes passed by as Narok and the rest of his teammates waited for Lt. Col. Certan to return after he had accomplished his mission.
Things quickly turned for the worse when they received a burst of static through their omnitools, quickly followed by the sound of gunfire and screams. Quickly opening the doors that led to the interior of the compound Tazen and the rest of his teammates saw Certan’s team, already down by one member, rushing towards their position, a group of armed -and clearly angry- krogans chasing behind them, letting loose a few shots in the general direction of the area where the vehicles were kept. Moved by the spur of the moment, Tazen ordered the rest of his comrades to take positions at each side of the door and to provide suppressing fire for Certan’s team, in the hope of dissuading the Krogan from continuing their pursuit of the Lt. Col. Unfortunately one more member from Certan’s team fell under the intermittent volleys of fire loosened by their krogan pursuers, but the Lt. Col himself and the remainder of his team managed to reach the area that Narok had secured along with his comrades. Once Certan had reached their position, Tazen closed the gates that led to the vehicle area, ordering one of his teammates to fry the circuits of the door so their krogan pursuers would be forced to cut through it before they could reach them.
As soon as they were sure that the door wouldn’t be opened by nothing else than brute force, Certan ordered Narok and those who remained to board one of the tomkahs with the Lt. Col. himself taking the wheel and driving out of the compound. As Certan drove the tomkah away from the Grimnar compound, Narok commandeered the vehicle’s turret; spinning the gun in the direction of the compound he shot towards the direction of the garage, focusing on collapsing the vehicle’s exit so that the krogans couldn’t pursue them with the vehicles that remained inside of the building. Once they were far enough from the compound Certan remotely detonated the explosives that had been planted in the reactor and in the rest of the compound. The series of explosions soon became evident to the embattered STG team, but with that came a new question: what were they to do now?
The assault on the compound had cost them the lives of more of their teammates, and morale was running low through the whole team. Not only that, but it was also obvious that they had overestimated their capabilities and any further action could result in further casualties, even if said actions merely consisted of approaching the compound of clan Terdak and firing at it with the tomkah’s mass effect accelerator cannon. In the end it was decided, upon Narok’s suggestion, to return to the abandoned vehicle depot and to destroy the pilfered vehicle, and to hope that the destruction of the compound of clan Grimnar would be attributed to the constant violence that engulfed Tuchanka.
After that it was only a short time before they were picked up by their extraction shuttle, which carried them to nearest Salarian colony from which they could make their way towards Nasurn in a ship better suited for travelling between systems. Once they had reached Tazen’s home planet what followed was a short time of R&R before the higher ups at STG called in their team to a meeting so that they could relay what had transpired during the course of their mission. The meeting itself went as smoothly as it could have been expected after the complications that had aroused during the mission, the one thing that truly surprised Tazen being Certan’s praise and his endorsal of a small command being given to Narok. According to what the Lt. Col. thought he possessed good qualities for a leader, qualities that -in his mind- would only wilt away as a subordinate; to this end, Certan proposed that Narok be given command of a small group of STG members to be given a chance to prove himself as a leader. What followed from Certan’s announcement was a brief discussion between the higher ups in which they debated back and forth on the merit of the Lt. Col’s words. In the end a consensus was achieved when someone proposed that Narok be given an undercover assignment in the Attican Traverse. Certain elements within STG wanted to monitor the situation in the Traverse, especially the heavy colonization efforts undertaken by humanity, and the assignment itself was deemed to be easy enough to give Narok a fair chance to prove himself as a leader.
The mission to the Traverse proved itself to be a boon in disguise to Tazen, for while it came with its share of hardships it also presented him with an invaluable opportunity: a chance to extricate himself from the Union’s military and, more importantly, from the web of influence that his clan had built inside of it, which had seemed to dictate his life ever since he had been born. Having been sent undercover as the leader of a small group of military contractors, most of the work performed by Narok consisted of helping small, fledgling, colonies to set up their defense systems in case of attacks from Batarian raiders. The easy work, at the very least in comparison to his prior experiences, gave Narok ample time to reflect, especially on his life experiences and how they all seemed to be dictated by that political play that had seen him shepherded into the Union’s military and which had pushed him to take risks to get into STG. The more he thought on the matter the more he saw that reflected everywhere in the galaxy, breeding a deep -if subdued- contempt for the power and political plays that seemed to dominate the Milky Way. Along with this also came a deep appreciation for the unknown, a desire to see new planets and to explore beyond what was known blossoming in Tazen’s mind as he saw the colonists working on their new settlements. There was, as he came to realize, a sense of liberty from the society that he had become dissatisfied with, even if said society loomed ever-constantly in the background.
Finally, and most importantly, it was during his assignment in the Traverse that Tazen heard for the first time about the Andromeda Initiative. The thought of leaving behind the Milky Way, of exploring a new frontier in the Heleus Cluster, appealed immensely to Tazen, but he still had his obligations and, as such, he kept those thought to himself and continued with his assignment in the Traverse. Eventually he was recalled and returned to Union space and to his work with STG, but the thoughts that had first manifested during his time at the Traverse never died down and only kept building up in the background of his mind and Tazen continued with his obligations to both the Union and to the rest of his clan.
However, such a situation couldn’t last forever and Tazen left the services of STG during 2184 CE. Taking the monetary compensation given to him by the Union’s government for his years of service, Tazen used part of his funds to enroll into the Andromeda Initiative aboard the Nexus. Such an action prompted confusion amongst the rest of the clan, and many people begged him to reconsider his decision; that he try to return to his old post at STG, trying to convince him by saying that the prestige of the family, and its influence inside the Salarian Union, would be destroyed were he to leave the STG, especially for something as outlandish and foolish as the Initiative. Tazen wouldn’t be deterred however, years of quiet frustration propelling him further on into his chosen path, and such a fact ended up costing him whatever bonds he had toward his birth clan.
The following year Tazen went into cryo aboard the Nexus, sending an message through the extranet towards his family to bid them goodbye before he went to cryosleep. When Tazen was woken up in Andromeda it wasn’t to help with the colonization effort of the Heleus Cluster, but rather due to a mistake as a result of the panic that had seized the Nexus as a result of the loss of leadership amongst the Initiative due to the Scourge. Staying on the sidelines, Tazen did as much as he could to help the Initiative weather the complications brought on by the perils they had unexpectedly encountered in Heleus; however all of that would change with the onset of the mutiny aboard the Nexus. His time amongst the STG provided Tazen with the skill-set to help organize against the mutineers actions, and in the wake of their exile those same skills also helped to identify some of the sabotages done either by them before they were forced out of the Nexus or by their sympathizers .
Realizing that the threats to the Initiative’s future were far from over, Tazen volunteered to join the newly-created APEX militia. While reluctant to rejoin a military force, he knows that his skills would be best put to use amongst the APEX teams and that, through his service there, he might yet make the dream that serves as the cornerstone of the Initiative a reality.Personality:
Tazen, as a general rule, prefers to avoid interpersonal conflict at large, leading him to behave in a generally subdued manner so as to avoid conflicts in general. This also means that he rarely manifests his opinions in discussions, preferring to keep his thoughts to himself most of the time unless the situation calls for him to give his input. In combat Tazen is much more assertive, having no trouble making his voice heard if he believes it’ll help to accomplish the mission, but still takes the time to listen to the input of his teammates.
One issue that usually manages to break through Tazen’s subdued facade is that concerning the Initiative’s future, being a passionate believer in Jien Garson’s vision of creating something new in Andromeda Tazen is easily incensed when it comes to such things that may threaten the Initiative’s future or when he sees how things seem to be shaping in a similar way to the society in the Milky Way.
Outside of all this, Tazen is a simple man who’s only true hobby is exercising, preferring to stay away from most other forms of entertainment in his spare time. However, if unable to exercise, Tazen is more than content to enjoy the peace and quiet, taking the chance to stargaze if at all possible.Reason for being awoken from Cryo (Specific jobs, skills, and Initiative Application):
Originally woken by accident shortly after the Nexus’s first encounter with the Scourge, Tazen originally volunteered to help with the many menial tasks involving repairing the damage done by the Scourge and other such work that’d help keep the Nexus operational until the Arks arrived, following the mutiny Tazen volunteered for the security teams and used his STG experience to try and limit the damage done by the mutiny itself and it’s aftermath.Equipment:
*Heavy Melee mod
*Long barrel mod
Elanus Risk Control Services Duelist medium armour
Chameleon Model Omni-Tool
*Standard omni-blade replaced with an forked blade model, further modifications have been made to the blade so that it can be electrified at a moment's notice.
*Outfitted with a hidden combat knife holster.
- Assault Turret
- Trip Mine
- Cryo Beam
- Tactical Cloak