Wraith(The irony of "Wraith" the Spectre isn't lost on him)Age:
Citadel Special Tactics and ReconnaissanceWeapons: M-11 Suppressor
, Phaeston Assault Rifle
, Telescoping Monomolecular BladePowers:
Throw(Telekinesis), Tactical Cloak, Barrier, Reave, StasisPersonality:
Partially raised in almost complete isolation, Marshall is a bit of an introvert. He has no problems working alone, and is a bit guarded when meeting new people. He's not against working with people or a team though, and once you do get to know him, he's a personable and pretty social person.
He has a somewhat grim sense of humor due to being in the military for so long. Joking about death, torture, dismemberment, and other heinous things is second nature to him at this point. He's a loyal soldier, and will never leave a man behind if he can help it.
And if he can't he'll shoulder their sacrifice for the rest of his days. He is also dedicated to his job, and bribing him is nearly impossible. Even if he accepts, chances are he's just doing so to put himself in a better position before bringing the hammer down. Marshall is a consummate professional, and always strives for perfection from himself and others.
Failure is not an option, but it is an inevitable circumstance. As long as he and whoever he worked with did everything in their power to succeed, then he won't be too upset by a loss. He is a habitual flirt, and pretty damn charming. He once wooed an Asari Matriarch just to prove he could...those were a wonderful few months. Background:
The man known as Marshall Kennedy was born as a result of humans not being able to shed who they were before leaving Earth. What that means is, despite the races being closer than ever, and all the things that everyone has been through...humanity still wants to be the best. Human Biotics were good, but on more than average, Asari Biotics and Krogan Battlemasters were just better.
Attempts had already been made at making an amazing human biotic; like Biotic Acclimation and Temperance Training(BAaT), also known as Brain Camp. As well as the experiments that led to the powerful, but highly unstable Subject Zero, and the Ascension Project. But failure was only the inspiration for tomorrow's breakthrough, and success was merely a stepping stone to perfection. Which meant that the journey to making a better biotic continued. Terrance and Paige Henson were a couple who volunteered for the Alliance's top secret research base crew.
And Paige unknowingly volunteered to be subjected to extremely high amounts of Eezo while in utero. She and about 2 dozen other women all volunteered" to see if abnormally high exposure would induce any increased effects beyond what had become the standard. The people living and working on the base thought they were all just doing highly classified research. The people monitoring the base from the outside knew better, and performed tests on them without their knowledge.
Many of the babies didn't make it; most of the rest came out deformed or ill in some way. Marshall was the only one to come out happy and healthy, but his birth had been one of the last, so his parents knew something was wrong before he came. His father found out the truth and went AWOL with his budding family, so Marshall wouldn't be raised as a human weapon. His parents had done a lot of things for a lot of people, so disappearing and starting fresh wasn't too hard. And on the plus side, Marshall's Biotic levels were also incredibly potent.
He was fitted with his implants when he was the right age, and began training immediately. A unique side-effect from his heightened biotics was a strange red coloration of his energy as opposed to the normal blackish-blue. Over the years it would come to light that Cerberus had infiltrated the Alliance and the entire Manifest Unity project was reported directly to the Illusive Man.
This massive breach of security caused the Alliance to reimburse a majority of the people who had worked there to cover their own asses, and it allowed Marshall and his family to come out of hiding. Although he was given a different last name to keep him safe. He continued to train until he was old enough to enlist at his parents behest. You might think it strange that after getting him away from the Alliance, they'd throw him right back. But there was a method to the madness. If he joined the Alliance, he would just be seen as a highly skilled Biotic, and they could never have enough of them.
No one would ever think he was the son of the one couple that had no birth records from the "Manifest Unity" station, and suddenly disappeared. From the moment he left boot camp, Marshall was on the fast track to success and rapidly climbed the ladder. He made N7 in a few short years, and was considered for being chosen as one of the first human Spectre's; however another candidate, Beverly Kendricks was also put forth.
It would be a competition as to who would become the first Specture to represent humanity. Marshall was mentored by Nihlus Kyrik for a year and a half, while his counterpart was mentored by a Salarian Spectre. When the training was finished, a joint mission was undertaken by Marshall and Beverly with Nihlus overseeing it. The job was to find a terror cell that had been bombing civilian cruise ships after looting them, leaving the people aboard to float in space if the ship wasn't obliterated.
Nihlus had been chasing them for a while and when he finally found them, he figured taking them down would be a good test for his candidates. Things went routinely at first, until reinforcements came and the three of them got cornered in a warehouse. Nihlus and his candidates were much better in a fight, but the terrorists had heavy ordinance and numbers. They couldn't break through to get them, so they decided to just bring the whole place down.
An explosive barrage against a supporting pillar weakened the integrity of the warehouse, and the three got separated. The terrorists took advantage of that and tried to escape. Marhsall was the only one who could get to them, but he disobeyed a direct order to complete the mission to save both Nihlus and his opponent from a collapsing roof.
But not before slipping a tracer on one of the terrorists they'd been hunting. Because of his quick thinking, he not only saved both of them but they now had a way to track the group back to their main base of operations. When they found it, the three of them cleaned house and called in a crew to handle the leftovers.
A few weeks later Nihlus' report was read over several times and Marshall was made the first human Spectre. His proficiency and Nihlus' glowing report began to open the Council's eyes to how much they'd been underestimating humanity, and already more humans were being considered to be made Spectre's.Ons:
Rough Sex, Hair Pulling, Anal, Oral, Seduction, Foreplay, Public Sex, Domination, An aggressive partnerOffs:
Scat, Watersports, Gore, Vore, etc...Connections:
Marshall stands at about 6'3, and he weighs roughly 240lbs, which is far more muscle than not. A lifestyle of constant activity and murder will do that for you. He's not pale, but he's not quite tan either. He's lived in space more or less all his life and it seems his skin will never feel the kiss of the sun. He's got brown hair which he styles(right now he's got the sides of his head shaved), and a scruffy beard/goatee combo thing goin' on. His biotics and eyes glow red as a result of the far beyond "safe" levels of eezo he was exposed to in utero...he thinks it's pretty badass, and very helpful when it comes to intimidation. He's got a tongue piercing, and he speaks with a distinctive South London accent as that's where his parents are from(Brixton).Ship:
- The Laurentian is a frigate class vessel; a bit sleeker in design than standard, but it doesn't lack for weapons and armor. In fact it has a bigger punch and a tougher hull than most would expect from a craft that size. Where the Laurentian really excels though is speed and maneuverability as well as it's stealth capabilities. Wraith needs to get places quickly and quietly; and his job means sometimes he has to blow up ships while avoiding getting blown up himself. It's a tough job, but his baby and his crew are always up for the task.