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Hitman: Unraveling The Plot
by: Blank | July 18, 2001

The Players

The entity which is known as "47" is a post-human. That is to say that it is an enhanced clone from several sources of genetic material. These sources are as follows:

Lee Hong

Hong, Lee - "Served in the French Foreign Legion for five years in Vietnam, before returning to Hong Kong. Two weeks after arrival he poisoned his Uncle and stepped in his shoes as the leader of the Red Dragon Triad. Has ruled large parts of Hong Kong for three decades. Is known publicly as 'The man with no conscience.'"

Pablo Belisario Ochoa

Belisario Ochoa, Pablo - "Born in Cali, Colombia, 1932. He had two choices - roll over and die, or become wise to the tricks of the trade in crime-infested Cali. At the age of 18 he already had several convictions, as well as being charged with the manslaughter of a rival who was interested in his girl. Exploiting his already vast network of connections, he managed to kill the judge and escape to France, where he joined the French Foreign Legion. After serving his contract with the Legion, he went back to Colombia in 1955, and started to build up his own criminal empire. As a consequence of extremely bloody battles between the Colombian cartels, Ochoa was forced to retreat to a stronghold in the rainforest. People in the region are convinced that Ochoa has nine lives. All efforts to catch or kill him have failed."

Frantz Fuchs

Fuchs, Frantz - "Frantz Fuchs was born in Linz, Austria in 1929. During the 2nd World War he was encouraged by his father to join different youth organisations which gave him a uniform, instilled hatred in his mind and gave him guns to play with. He had the thrill of his life for as long as it lasted - but his whole word crumbled when the Nazis were crushed by the Allied forces. Young Frantz, feeling the noose tightening around his neck, fled to Marseilles where he joined the French Foreign Legion. Back in his true element, he soon rose through the ranks, improving his childhood skills to become an explosives expert and stealthy assassin. After leaving the Army in 1955 he established a worldwide reputation as one of the worlds most dangerous mercenaries. During these years, he has kept in contact with his former legionnaire buddies."

Arkadij "Boris" Jegorov

Jegorov, Arkadij (aka "Boris") - Arkadij Jegorov was born in Semipalatinsk, Kazakhstan in 1930. Growing up in very poor circumstances, constantly controlled and monitored by local and loyal Apparatchiks. He learned to hate the Communist regime. At the age of 15 he began to steal weapons and ammunition from the Soviets, which he then sold to the Cossack Nationalists. When his father turned him into the police, he hid in the mountains and eventually made his way to Marseilles. He served five years in the French Foreign Legion, from 1950-1955. In late 1955 he established a gunrunning route through Turkey and Iran. He sold arms to anyone in the Soviet Union fighting the regime. In the mid 1980's he went into business with the Russian mafia and scaled up his operations to cover most of the world.

The Legion

The French Foreign Legion is unique among military units. It serves the French government yet persons of any nationality are able to join. The applicants must be 18 years of age, but that is the only stipulation. Recruits are given the option of changing their name, and any misdemeanours in their past are overlooked They are each given a Swiss bank account in a false name in which their pay is deposited. This has made the Legion a hive of wanted criminals, and the romantic days when men would "leave for the legion" are long gone. Material theft is rife, and the unit has the highest percentage of deserters in history. The soldiers, however, are tough and resourceful.

In the years between 1950 and 1955 the individuals mentioned above served in the Legion. Each were attempting to escape their past and wait for an opportunity to become wealthy and powerful.

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