Chaste’s exact origin is unknown. While she is clearly a Felinoid, she was discovered living alone in the wild jungles of Kaneon-9 by the crew of the FSS-CH13. She eventually was given a special appointment to the Cosmic Hellcats forces by Admiral Otto Solace and now serves as Armsmaster aboard the FSS-CH9. Perhaps the most feared combatant in the Squadron, Chaste has a no-nonsense “shoot first and let Ceiling Cat sort them out” attitude. While on the surface she is distant and mean-spirited towards her fellow shipmates, she is extremely protective of them and considers them her family – the only family she has ever known. Extended Bio
Of all the crew of the FSS-CH9, Sarah probably wants to be there the least. A brilliant scientist and leading authority on rocket science and physics, her intelligence and technical ability are rivaled only by her libido and hedonistic nature. Born a flower child to hippie parents, she finds herself constantly torn between the worlds of free-love and semi-conductor mechanics. While she is well respected in her field and throughout the Kingdom for her brilliance, her carefree attitude and lack of discretion landed her a court martial and got her “sentenced” to active duty with the Hellcats. While she loves her crewmates, she’d greatly prefer life on firm land to the isolation of deep space. Extended Bio
Tybalt Prince served as a cadet amongst the legendary CH-13 along with Amaya and Chaste. A stickler for the rules, he garnered something of a reputation as a teachers pet and a stick in the mud. These assessments were fair. Tybalt went on to graduate at the top of his class and was quickly promoted through the ranks due to his exemplary service and was eventually given command of his own smartship, the FSS-CH1. Col. Grendel continues to respect Tybalt’s organization, dedication and adherence to policy and as such has allowed him to maintain a crew of rookies, just out of the academy in the hopes that he can turn them into perfect soldiers. The rookies, for their part have lost some respect for Tybalt after seeing the behavior of other crews, most specifically the CH-9.
Vixen grew up as an orphan, being shunted from one foster home, orphanage, or juvenile detention center to another, when she wasn’t running away and getting into trouble with the law. At 15 after being arrested for her part in a in a string of hovercar thefts, the repeat offender was given a choice by the magistrate. She could be sentenced to adult prison or she could enroll in the Academy for Science Soldiers in one last attempt to make something of herself. The discipline of the military seemed to agree with her, as she was able to channel her rage constructively. She graduated with honors from the Academy and was assigned to the CH-1 where she acts as first mate and weapons master.
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Tybalt’s always useful…as secondary ammo.
He’s useful for tons of stuff… like… uh… and… uh… err… um… well, he knows all the rules and regulations in the Hellcat Handbook. That has to be useful for something.
someone has to.
True, but he’s usually the first to accidentally open the airlock without checking the pressure first.
Oh, he’d never do that. He’d be the guy who’d take an extra hour to open the airlock because he’s following every minute detail of the status checks. That’s probably why they were late getting to the fight in the first place.
Now I’m thinking about a line from ME3’s Citadel DLC. “We want to leave we have a half hour checklist and these guys can just gun it and go?!”
“Most of the checklist is just to make the captain feel better.”
Huh… that’s funny. I’ve never actually played Mass Effect. But I guess, “great minds…”
He’s good for hammering in nails and tightening screws and aaaall sorts of things 🙂