Caleb Davion

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Caleb Hasek-Sandoval-Davion
Born 3099
Died 25 June 3144
Affiliation House Davion
Profession/
occupation
First Prince
Parents Harrison Davion (father)
Isabella Hasek (mother)

Caleb Hasek-Sandoval-Davion (b. 3099[1] - d. June 25th, 3144[2]) was the First Prince of the Federated Suns and a noted tank commander.

Character History[edit]

Born an only child to First Prince Harrison Davion and Isabella Hasek, the struggle that came with his conception made his mother treasure him all the more, which his father did not care for. The relationship between Caleb and Harrison became even more estranged when Caleb failed to become a MechWarrior at the esteemed New Avalon Military Academy. In order to fulfill his military role to gain the future title of First Prince, he was accepted into combat vehicle training.[1]

Caleb's relationship with his father got even worse when his mother died in 3130 and Harrison was quick to have a relationship with Khan Sterling McKenna of the Raven Alliance. Matters reached the tipping point when Harrison was attending the funeral of Victor Ian Steiner-Davion and Harrison told Caleb when they were alone that he was going to choose Julian Davion as the heir of the Federated Suns and not Caleb.[3] In his anger, the Caleb pushed his father over the edge of the chalet's balcony were they were staying. Harrison survived the fall, but badly injured with head trauma, fell into a coma and later died.[citation needed]

Ascension to First Prince[edit]

With the death of the First Prince, the Privy Council elected Caleb as the new Prince. He had to be quickly groomed with all the important matters within the Suns' realm. During his grooming, Caleb carried on a relationship with Khan McKenna, as his father had done, to ensure an alliance with the Ravens.[4]

Due to his hatred of Julian, he used his powers to strip him of the rank of Prince's Champion and put Julian back in command of the 1st Davion Guards. Where he was quick to leave Terra and abandon them.[5]

Obsession[edit]

During his conquest of Republic worlds, information became known that the Capellan Confederation was also on the warpath. Video replay showed a Centurion BattleMech which had an oddity to it that Caleb could not put his finger on. Once Caleb realized that it was the infamous Yen-Lo-Wang, he knew that it was none other than Danai Liao-Centrella who was piloting the 'Mech. His obsession with her culminated in a meeting on New Hessen with him raping her [6] [7], after she had rescued them from a chaotic three-way battle between Davion, Liao, and Republic forces.[8] Danai, in private, promised to kill the First Prince the next time they met, but Caleb, having interpreted Danai as willing during the rape due to his mental illness, looks forward to meeting again. Ultimately, the arrival of SwordSworn troops lead by Erik Sandoval-Groell turned the tide of the battle and Caleb was rescued. Erik was appointed as Caleb's new Prince's Champion and ordered to reclaim any former Davion worlds from the Republic.[citation needed]

Death and Legacy[edit]

Caleb Davion was killed by Combine forces the 25 June 3134 on Palmyra, and was succeeded by Julian Davion. During Julian's return from Lyran space, Erik Sandoval-Groell acted as regent. [citation needed]

Vehicles[edit]

Caleb piloted a Marksman M1 tank during the battle of New Hessen.[citation needed]

Notes[edit]

Caleb developed paranoid schizophrenia at a young age which caused him to hallucinate a best friend, Mason Lambert, who acted as an impulse for all of Caleb's base instincts.

Titles & Positions[edit]

Preceded by
Harrison Davion
First Prince of the Federated Suns
3135-3144



Succeeded by
Julian Davion
Preceded by
unknown
Duke of Taygeta
3135



Succeeded by
unknown

References[edit]

  1. 1.0 1.1 Era Report: 3145, p. 92-93, "Caleb Davion profile"
  2. Era Report: 3145, p. 24, "Timeline of Events"
  3. Fortress Republic[citation needed]
  4. Fortress Republic[citation needed]
  5. Fortress Republic[citation needed]
  6. Fortress Republic, p. 261-262
  7. Principals of Desolation, p. 31
  8. Fortress Republic[citation needed]

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