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Infinity: PanOceania Father-Officer Gabriele De Fersen (Hacker, Spitfire)
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"We don't give or ask for quarter! Kill them all, God will recognize his own!"
Attributed to Father-Officer De Fersen, Action of the Horns of Hessen, Paradiso.
de Fersen was a young, successful programmer who enjoyed a life full of
depravity and excess. However, after suffering a dramatic naval
accident in which he almost died, he reconsidered his behaviour. De
Fersen found God and decided to ask for admission to the Holy Order of
the Temple. The Order offered him a way to sanctify his eagerness for
excitement, dedicating his efforts to the works of God and allowing him
to serve through his technical knowledge. De Fersen devoted himself body
and soul to prepare for the holy war in the tough instruction monastery
of Santiago of Neoterra, in Aquila. With the last of his savings he
paid for a combat implant, of Templar manufacture, that allows him to
activate accelerated combat routines. De Fersen became a disciplined
Templar Knight who received his baptism of fire in the final death
rattles of the NeoColonial Wars. On the battlefield he proved to have
bullet-proof faith and confidence, as well as a touch of indomitable
aggression. At the end of the conflict, he returned to Neoterra where he
continued polishing his military and battle programming abilities. At
that time, he had already forged a fearsome reputation as a warrior
intelligent as he was fierce.
After the order of the Temple's
dissolution and the investigation into its heresy by the Holy
Inquisition, De Fersen was subjected to deep questioning and scrutiny to
find if he was involved in the blasphemous plot. He had to face a court
martial and voluntarily underwent an ordeal, a trial by God, from which
he emerged victorious. Once declared innocent of the charges of
apostasy and artificial intelligence programming, he was allowed to
transfer to the Order of the Hospital. Nevertheless, his former link
with the Temple is considered as a fault and a stain on his spirit and
record, meaning he will never be promoted inside his new Order beyond
his current rank.
During the Ariadnan Commercial Conflicts, De
Fersen was posted to the Mercy Units, those responsible for recovering
the wounded from the battlefront and rescuing prisoners. The missions
undertaken by the Hospitallers of Mercy are risky in the extreme,
requiring maximum precision. De Fersen proved capable enough to take
tactical command of these units, managing to the last detail the
preparation and execution of missions. The name of De Fersen passed into
the annals of the Order in the Horns of Hessen, on Paradiso, where he
ambushed and destroyed a reinforcement column of the EI's Combined Army.
The time bought by De Fersen's small Unit of Mercy allowed PanOceanian
troops to destroy the main Morat force's rearguard, rescue numerous
prisoners, and capture important technical and strategic information.
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