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Pilot Garrus


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Once the former Pilot of the Thespian, Garrus now is stranded with a few remaining Crewmembers and is under the command of newly Promoted Captain Blackholm, his only friend from the Thespian-Days.

Garrus, the ships pilot and go to guy for all things related to technology. Despite being obnoxious and short-tempered, the pilot means well with those around him going so far as to cultivate a relationship with Nathan. His general lack of interest and selfishness stems from his belief that life really holds no meaning, to him life is just as a free-for-all and that there is no point in attempting to do more than get by. Negative and often times over-bearing, Garrus acts as a foil to Nathan, finding himself as the brunt of jokes and often the receiver of any anger that the Captain has to put out.

He was educated on Thoth. Thoth being a planet where only the most prestigious minds in the galaxy are accepted, in conjunction with have the most exuberant tuition fees in existence. Tesla, the only other Crewmember knowing of this information of Garrus' Life now questions Garrus's background and wonders what all he is hiding from the crew; however, because of the detonation device implanted on his tongue, no one can pry. As a pilot though, they all know there are few more skilled than he is and won't be trying to replace him anytime soon.

Original Character Idea by Wanzer
Illustration by me


Everytime I see this guy's eyes I (for some reason) remember concept art for the first Fable. And that's a good thing.

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Hisares-Sama responds:

ah, yes. the crystal blue Eyes of the first Fable Hero :)
Good times

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Oct 12, 2012
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