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Race Human
Dynasty Alexander
Player Mark
Araquiel of Baal

Name: Rafe "Araq" Araquiel

Dynasty: Alexander

Notable Traits: the majority of his body is mechanical of not-quite-Imperial tech with many non-documented combat features and qualities, trained mechanic, trained cogitator support, trained EOD.


Information Known by Arkangel Society


  • Born on Baal to parents of no especial note.
  • Has an older brother & sister, who each passed the aspirant trials into the Blood Angels. Their current status is unknown.

Known Associates



  • "I am the weapon." - Araquiel
  • "Anyone willing to do what he does is worth all the thrones in the Imperium, I once saw him doing maintenance." - Maximillion
  • "A competent hard worker if prone to boredom and more intelligent than his demeanor lets on. He also has far more cybernetics than when I first met him some years ago in a field Hospital... " - Lieutenant-Surgeon Schwarzkappel
  • "He doesn't say a lot, but when he does it tends to be to the point. He's an excellent guy to be a moderate, not-too-close distance from in a scrap." - Mac
  • "Everyone will point out his capability and hard working demeanour. I'll just tell you that if you don't think that man has a wicked sense of humour then you're not paying close enough attention." - Victrix
  • "Who?" - Ambrose Cordell Tollman
  • "Dependable chap" * - Cartwright
  • "I spent about an hour in the canteen trying to figure out how to fix Data-Smith Mekenzo, when I got back it turned out Araq had already sorted it. I am both impressed and frustrated by his competence" - Oberarzt Azrael Schwarzekappel
  • "I have yet to see Araquiel in battle. I should like to." - Thunder
  • "His abilities are impressive. I suppose when he decides he is ready to talk again I may have more time." - Ed'wari
  • "Ruthless respect for ones own time? I like that." - Ambrose Cordell Tollman

OOC Information

Player: Mark Fairbrother.

Inspirations: Adam Jensen & the Deus Ex universe/stories, Major Kusanagi & the Ghost in the Shell universes/stories.

Soundtrack: music by Imagine Dragons.