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Paris

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Paris is a member of Quorum security in 7360. Described as a standard Tauran with red-tinged skin and dark hair, he is larger than Troy in stature[1].

In 7352, Paris entered the Academy at the same time as Troy. Unlike Troy, Paris was drummed out of the Academy within two weeks[1] by Boomer, who noted that Paris was more apt to crash a Viper than pilot one[2] (RH: Armageddon).

Aboard Agro-3 in 7360, Lieutenant Troy and Ensign Dalton encounter a small cadre of civilians, who have happened across a then-unidentifiable dead body in a field of magna grass. They also encounter Chief Paris, who attempts to interfere in their investigation. However, as the cadaver is clearly mutilated beyond recognition, the Warriors declare it a murder, thus making its investigation under their jurisdiction due to the tenants of martial law[1].

Paris later aligns with the ersatz Ambassador Puck, planting a bomb on a transport shuttle berthed aboard Hephaestus. Encountering Major Boomer aboard in Hephaestus' lounge, Paris and his cohorts vainly fight against Boomer, not realizing that Boomer's very laser pistol is imprinted only for Boomer's use during the fight[3].

Paris is later slain after a shuttle with Major Sheba and a contingent of Warriors slams into Paris, before Paris could kill Boomer[4] (RH: Armageddon).

References

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 Hatch, Richard; Christopher Golden (1997). Armageddon. Byron Preiss, p. 71.
  2. Hatch, Richard; Christopher Golden (1997). Armageddon. Byron Preiss, p. 114.
  3. Hatch, Richard; Christopher Golden (1997). Armageddon. Byron Preiss, p. 117.
  4. Hatch, Richard; Christopher Golden (1997). Armageddon. Byron Preiss, p. 202.