Bartholomew Petit - personaggio per Icarus - run italiana [Terre Spezzate] Gestionale Terre Spezzate

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Bartholomew Petit, The scientist supremacist - #66

Bartholomew Petit
#66 - The scientist supremacist

Personaggio de [ character for ] Icarus - run italianaInterpretato da [ played by ]: V. M.

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Motto: Those that break the rules and regulations are scum. But those who abandon their comrades are even worse than scum.
Work Group: Mars Commission

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“Cooperating is often tougher than leading”
Icarus is a privately owned mining facility, but past events and an unstable political situation require a closer look on the mining operations. Both Earth and Mars sent their own delegations to keep a stable and trusted presence on the asteroid. Their main task is to ensure the extraction of precious fissile material proceeds as planned, and to see the agreed royalties are paid in full each month. Both commissions are made up of top level personnel selected among the elite of their planet: high-tiered Diplomats in charge of the delicate inter-planetary relationships, Military personnel appointed to oversee security and Scientists entrusted with supervising studies in the Labs. Being part of one of such delegation means representing one of the major powers operating in the Solar System, someone prepared for any challenge.
LOYALTY - CUNNING - VISION - DETERMINATION

Teaser: Born in a family or renowned scientists and true believers in the Martian dream, Petit was raised and trained to follow the family tradition. Loyal to the Red Planet, brilliant and motivated, when B. finally completed the training there were no doubts about the field to commit to: the development of emerging technologies for use by the military. Some years ago on Ceres, Petit met the one scientist who managed to truly impress this uppity Martian for the first time: D. O’Malley, a researcher stationed on old Icarus Station. They became good friends because their field of investigation was similar - and even if O’Malley was a Belter, Petit respected her work and her dedication to science. Petit wasn’t -and still isn’t - used to be disappointed, so when O’Malley stopped sending news about her project, B. got furious, then worried. It took a while to figure out that something bad had probably happened, and that’s when an unfamiliar feeling kicked in: sadness. Since the accident, Petit has been obsessed with O’Malley's last days and studies, so when the chance to visit the new Icarus popped up, B. asked to be part of the Martian Commision. Unfortunately, Kowmang's silly policy filled the asteroid with the scum of the Sol System - probably OPA hotheads included. Petit's ideas about the inferiority of Belters has costed the Martian scientist some trouble since the very beginning of this mission. Petit doesn't like those sloppy belters, can’t stand their lack of a real education, and is deeply sickened by their arrogance. Petit doesn't lose any chance to show Belters Martian supremacy and to point out their inadequacies, whatever the cost.

Relations: Hayfeld is a name you somehow remember from your past, but you are absolutely sure you never met that earther in person. Maybe that name was connected to some kind of development or acquisition of new technologies, but you are not sure.
Perrin doesn't seem very good at this job. You could teach a thing or two.
On their first day on Icarus you were attacked by some hothead Belter named Cruz when you were speaking about your opinion of belters. Cheng had to intervene to divide you. The Marine just did what was expected, of course, but you still would like to buy a drink to the Cheng and enjoy the company of a true Martian. Also, Cheng could be good asset to help you understand what happened to O’Malley.
Leandros is in charge of the Omega shift: a respected captain, of course, but too soft, diplomatic and open-minded
Suri was born and bred on Earth, that’s why you cannot fully trust this “soldier”. But Suri has ties with Star Helix and could be a good asset for finding the truth.
Dove is a legend on Mars and is the one to look up to on this shitty asteroid, too bad “the hound” is in charge of the other shift and the occasions to talk are scarce. Iris is still a mystery to you.
Moretti and you became friends a while ago and begun a strong relationship.
Frienemy with Van Dez. 81 doesn't understand why 66 is so obsessed with Icarus

- Origin: Martian - unisex - - Advices: - Shift: Omega

Altri membri del gruppo Mars Commission: [ characters in the same group ] Cassius Dove (38 ) interpretato da [ played by ] Lorenzo L; Nikolay Vodyakin (37 ) interpretato da [ played by ] Alessandro R; Ananke Higashi (36 ) interpretato da [ played by ] Valentina D; Keith Suri (67 ) interpretato da [ played by ] Simone M; Hercule Leandros (68 ) interpretato da [ played by ] Matteo M;

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