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Adrienne ‘Spartika’ Miller Edit

One of the Aux Slaves assigned to Aux Team Beta while Arun, Madge and Springer served their temporary time in Aux servitude. She is known as Number 87 by her Hardit overseers, a moniker she embraces because she wanted no reminder of her previous life that had been so painfully taken from her. When she later emerged as the local leader of the human survivors after the civil war erupted throughout Tranquility, she decided to take on a name that was neither the Miller of her old life nor the 87 assigned her by the hated Hardits. Taking a cue from ancient Earth history, she renamed herself Spartika. While she never lost her bitterness at the loss of her former lover to the cruelties of the system she was born into, after the successful completion of Operation Clubhouse she regained her inner spark and takes on a leadership role for Aux Team Beta after the completion of Arun/Madge/Springer’s time as temporary Aux Slaves. She so inspired Arun with her keen eye towards the future, which was a remarkable change after her previous morose behavior. When we later encounter her leading the resistance to the Free Corps Mutineers and the Hardits during the First Tranquility Campaign in Renegade Legion (Book 3) under the banner of The Resistance, she has become someone who inspired others to keep fighting. Even though her group only consisted of the 50 survivors of the battles with the Free Corps Mutineers and later the Hardits, they were enough to harass the local Hardit tyrants and inspire others to do the same. When they first encounter the Human Legion the Resistance fighters are a disorganized and disheartened mess and it is clear to the Human Legion Commander that they need new and more efficient leadership. The leader that the rest of the Resistance leaned on was captured during one of her combat patrols and is ultimately rescued by the Human Legion because of the inspirational effect she had on her people. It was hoped that Spartika could inspire the rest of Tranquility’s human population to become allies of the Human Legion, but such was not the case. After she had recovered enough to assist in the defense of Detroit, she participated in the Second Battle for Detroit City where she abandoned Lt. Brandt and his team to die so she could escape. This decision would greatly anger Lt. Nhlappo and foster an animosity between the two of them that would last a lifetime. When the remaining civilian refugees and Marines flew off and attempted to escape she agreed to cover their rear, but never fired on the threatening Hardit who shot down the aircraft. It is possible that she abandoned these Marines as well, though we can’t know for sure. The Human Legion encounters her again, fully outfitted in ACE-2 Combat Suit, when she reappears with some serious weaponry as the Escape from Tranquility is underway and Lt. Xin Lee is leading the action to collect fuel for the shuttle that will take them back to the Beowulf. In the end Major McEwan has her arrested for desertion and she is placed under armed guard.

Annalee Vanderman Edit

We first meet her during the period described in the Renegade Legion (Book 3). She was one of the guards that the Human Legion encountered in its first aggressive action of the First Tranquility Campaign. She was captured, but refused to cooperate until Nhlappo recognized her from her days as a Marine Novice. She was booted from the Human Marine Corps while she was still a novice by Nhlappo for lacking the killer instinct, meaning that she couldn’t be counted on to pull the trigger when situations warranted it. When we meet her, after she was captured by the Human Legion, she would be around 18 years old. Given what was known of her, should be a great asset for the Human Legion because Nhlappo also described her as “very intelligent, loyal and utterly fearless.” During the fighting which occurred before the Human Legions arrival she lost her hand and relied instead on a crude prosthetic. Further, she killed the traitorous Free Corps Marine who shot it off, proving that Nhlappo was wrong. During the Beta City Retrieval Raid she, Pak and Kraevoi participate in Phase Guinshrike. They ride in a shuttle firing chaff with the sole intent of drawing enemy anti-aircraft fire for their blinder missiles to take out. Once they took out all of the SAM batteries, they were to put on a show of prepping for a land attack to keep the Hardits guessing.

Cliffie Edit

A human Aux Slave who controls Gamma Team Aux unit, the one that is made up of the strongest humans who steal extra food from the other weaker teams. While many Aux are starving, he is fat and seated on a throne made up of the stolen articles taken from other Aux personnel. Later, during Operation Clubhouse, Arun leaves the transceiver for the radio network in Aux Team Gamma’s area so the signal can be boosted and to implicate Cliffie as its instigator. However, it is unclear if he ever gets the justice he so richly deserves but what is clear is that the rest of the Aux won’t continue to take his abuse anymore.

Curtis Edit

She is a resistance fighter under Spartika’s command who was liberated as a result of the Battle of Labor Camp 3. During the fight at the Battle of Rest Stop 1 he is able to warn Arun McEwan that they are being attacked from their rear which gives him time to react, but at the cost of her own life. She was gutted by Hardit claws, but fought to her last breath.

Diop Edit

He is one of the Human Resistance fighters found dead at the patrol base that was rigged as an ambush. He was approximately average in height and wore a bright orange scarf.

Esther Edit

She was a human Aux Slave assigned to the Alabama Depot Agri-Aux and ran the facility as the senior human Aux Slave. During Arun McEwan’s time as a Marine Cadet (Book 1), when he was a temporary Aux Slave, she helped him organize Operation Clubhouse and provided beer and food to the starved Aux from the mines. Sadly, during the disaster that was the First Tranquility Campaign, she was captured by the Hardit New Order and executed as a way to motivate Arun and his Human Legion holed up in Detroit to surrender. She was able to break away and defiantly tell Arun that the Hardit plan called for the extermination of all humans on Tranquility. She urged him not to surrender, and instead to avenge all those killed by the Hardits.

Jennifer Boon Edit

She is one of the sub-leader of the Human Resistance who Arun and the Human Legion negotiate with. During the course of her resistance to the Hardits she has become bitter and given up that success was possible and mostly kept going day to day out of inertia, much to the disgust of the Human Legion Marines. She believes that the resistance is finished, but she keeps going out of loyalty to Spartika. However, when she leaves the Detroit base she becomes someone the Marines admire, presenting an aura of someone who gets the job done. When not in Detroit, wearing what the Human Legion Marines consider to be rags, she wears long sleeved fatigues which allow her to blend in with the terrain around her. On her head she wears a peaked olive green kepi that protects her face from the effects of the sun’s rays, though it did nothing to camouflage her among the purple foliage that abounds on Tranquility. She was kicked out of the Marine Cadet training regime for disobeying direct orders and was lucky to avoid an immediate death sentence. It is presumed that she is having a relationship with Amadou McKenzie. She is known to have a clever tongue and a lithe body capable of bending others to her will, an asset she used to her detriment and then later to her gain. While a cadet she used to love to sow discord among her fellow cadets for the sheer spite of seeing them go at each other, which young horny male cadets had to easily fallen for. She was often cited by Lt. Nhlappo as to why you needed single sex Marine Corps units. She would go on to participate in the Second Battle for Detroit City where she, along with Joel Deacon and Spartika, would abandoned Lt. Brandt and his team to die so she could escape. This decision would greatly anger Lt. Nhlappo and foster an animosity between the two of them that would last a lifetime. When the remaining civilian refugees and Marines flew off and attempted to escape she agreed to cover their rear, but never fired on the threatening Hardit who shot down the aircraft. It is possible that she abandoned these Marines as well, though we can’t know for sure.

Joel Deacon Edit

We first meet him during the period described in the Renegade Legion (Book 3). He was one of the guards that the Human Legion encountered in its first aggressive action of the First Tranquility Campaign. He was captured, but refused to cooperate until Nhlappo recognized Annalee Vanderman from her days as a Marine Novice. When she comes back to tell him who the Human Legion is led by, the same Arun he remembers as having successfully completed Operation Clubhouse and run rings around the Hardits, he agrees to help in whatever way he can. He leads Arun and his Human Legion to their command center where they meet his leader, Spartika. Joel is only 22 years old, but looked much older due to scarring he suffered as a result of his role in carrying out the dirtiest and most toxic tasks in the maintenance of Detroit’s shuttle port. He tells Arun that he had failed the final year of Novice School, and so had never made it to Marine Cadet. When Lance Corporal Del-Marie Sandure gets to Detroit City, they are able to use their combined electronic and technical skills to jerry-rig the aviation munitions scattered around Detroit for use against the incoming Hardit Janissaries. Together they accomplished miracles and turned leftover scraps into a tiered defensive warren. He would go on to participate in the Second Battle for Detroit City where he, along with Jennifer Boon and Spartika, would abandoned Lt. Brandt and his team to die so he could escape. This decision would greatly anger Lt. Nhlappo and foster an animosity between the two of them that would last a lifetime. When the remaining civilian refugees and Marines flew off and attempted to escape he was with Spartika when she agreed to cover their rear, but never fired on the threatening Hardit who shot down the aircraft. It is possible that he abandoned these Marines as well, though we can’t know for sure. He reappears with Spartika and Jennifer Boon in the minutes of the Escape from Tranquility, making it safely back to the shuttle, only to be arrested for desertion with Spartika and Boon.

Kalynda Edit

One of the female Aux Slaves who assisted in the successful completion of Operation Clubhouse during Arun’s tenure as a Marine Cadet (Book 1). She was a petite girl from Aux Team Alpha, who willingly swapped clothes with a member of Aux Team Beta to facilitate the machinations required for Operation Clubhouse to be a success.

Remus Edit

The human baby who was found with the mother ginquin after his mother died when the aircraft they were fleeing in was shot down. He was named by Lieutenant Nhlappo, after she recovered him from the ginquin nest, because his mother thought it would be bad luck to name him since longevity wasn’t a certainty. Lieutenant Nhlappo then decides that she will raise him as her own son in an effort to quench her grief at the loss of her biological son Zug. He was named as a not so subtle nod to Earths past, some story about Romulus and Remus being raised by wolves. This story, only half remembered by the Marines in the Human Legion, reminded Nhlappo of the ginquin who protected him after he survived the shuttle crash.

Rohanna Edit

We first meet this woman during the Renegade Legion (Book 3), where she is attempting to protect her infant son from the depravities of life under the yoke of Hardit slavery. The human mother of one of the infants discovered during the battle for Labor Camp 3. She ultimately dies when the craft she tried to escape Detroit City with is shot down and crashes into the middle of a Hardit infested area.

Romulus Edit

The human baby who was found with the mother ginquin after his mother died when the aircraft they were fleeing in was shot down. He was named by Lieutenant Nhlappo, after she recovered him from the ginquin nest, because his mother thought it would be bad luck to name him since longevity wasn’t a certainty. Lieutenant Nhlappo then decides that she will raise him as her own son in an effort to quench her grief at the loss of her biological son Zug. He was named as a not so subtle nod to Earths past, some story about Romulus and Remus being raised by wolves. This story, only half remembered by the Marines in the Human Legion, reminded Nhlappo of the ginquin who protected him after he survived the shuttle crash.

Rossi Edit

He is one of the Human Resistance fighters found dead at the patrol base that was rigged as an ambush. He was tall and had a repeatedly broken nose.

Shelby Edit

We first meet this woman during the Renegade Legion (Book 3), where she is attempting to protect her infant son from the depravities of life under the yoke of Hardit slavery. The human mother of one of the infants discovered during the battle for Labor Camp 3. She ultimately dies when the craft she tried to escape Detroit City with is shot down and crashes into the middle of a Hardit infested area.

Spartika Edit

See Adrienne Miller.

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