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Clare Barber

Personal Details [Toggle Spoilers]

Full NameClare Amber Barber
Date of Birth20th March 2578
Date of Death13th June 2617
Age39 (HOTK)
EthnicityCaucasian
AffiliationConfederate Secret Service

Clare Barber worked for the CSS for a great number of years and was considered to be one of the best in her field. She was often deployed to handle matters of great significance.

 

Early Life

Barber spent a great deal of time working within the Mitikas Empire, performing intelligence gathering for the CSS. Her work became invaluable to the Confederacy and Independent Worlds during the outbreak of the Imperial Civil War, as the governments worked together to ascertain the severity, cause and solutions to the acts of aggression. She was transported out of the empire in early 2616 when the CSS deemed the situation far too volatile.

 

The Honour of the Knights [Toggle Spoilers]

Barber was dispatched to track down Daniel Sullivan, a petty thief, turned-raider, who had attacked Cardinal, stolen military secrets (amongst them, the ATAF plans) and fled into Imperial space intending to sell them to the highest bidder.

She pursued Sullivan to Arlos Starport within the Phylent system, where she attempted to retrieve the plans from him. In the subsequent fight between the two, Sullivan was killed and Barber was mortally wounded. She swallowed the plans that were stored on the data card Sullivan had stolen.

The White Knights later found her body in the starport's morgue and, having deduced what she had done with the plans, cut her open to retrieve them.

 

The Third Side [Toggle Spoilers]

After revealing the true intentions of Operation Sudarberg and the ATAFs, Chaz Koonan confirmed that Clare Barber was once his handler and that the two had worked together as spies in the Mitikas Empire.

 

 

 

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